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Spirit Walker by James Galloway (Fel)

 

Kyven Steelhammer, a crystal cutter who can see spirits. But if people in his village find out, his life is forfeit. Follow his Spirit Walk as he finds courage and reason to live.

Note: Spirit Walker contains some graphic violence.


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Listed: Feb 24, 2010

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I think it might be interesting, but then I went blind.

By capriox, member

Feb 28, 2010: I have a huge problem with this author’s formatting, just like I did for his other story. Although this time it’s a consistent format, it’s literally a wall of small font text with no line breaks between paragraphs or anything else to make it easier to read. Just glancing at it gave me eyestrain.

Although I refuse to read the whole thing until it’s been tweaked so as not to cause a headache after reading the first chapter, it does look [more . . .]

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By zesh, member

Mar 3, 2010: I have read this story 2 or 3 times now and have thoroughly enjoyed it.

Fel tends to avoid the short ‘blog’ fiction type of writing and writes his books as if they were a novel. The story follows a stone cutter’s journey right through to eventually becoming a shaman and the trials he faces, some of them being disturbing.

I have read all of Fel’s other books the subjugation series and [more . . .]

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