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Memory of the Sun by S. F. Clarion

A fantasy woven of sorrow, loss, and redemption. 

Memory of the Sun is a serialized work of fiction about an unlikely group that must venture to a desolate and forlorn city, forsaken by all that so much as hear its name, for a purpose that only one of them truly understands.

Note: Memory of the Sun is unfinished, and will likely remain so.  It contains some harsh language.


An abandoned series

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Listed: Jun 3, 2010

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By Linda Schoales, editor

Jun 2, 2010: The first part is well-written and conjures images of the tales of the Thousand and One Nights. The city is baking in the heat when a mysterious stranger appears at the caravan master’s tent with an unusual commission.

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Memory of the Sun is, sadly, only a memory

By ubersoft, author of A Rake by Starlight

Aug 20, 2011: This story appears to have stopped updating in June of 2010, only 5 chapters in. That’s a shame because these five chapters are excellent, setting up an interesting story populated by interesting characters, and I really wanted to know what was going to happen next. What’s there is great fantasy, there’s just not a lot there.

Only two and a half stars because it seems to have been abandoned by its author, but the quality of the writing is high enough that it’s almost worth a look despite the futility.

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