All The Turns of Light

All The Turns of Light

by Frank Tuttle

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BN ID: 2940150531062
Publisher: Sizzling Lizard Press
Publication date: 11/16/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 586 KB

About the Author

Frank Tuttle first began writing under the woefully mistaken impression doing so would release him from the burden of ever doing honest work. �It turns out writing is hard,� said Frank as he pulled out great handfuls of hair. �That was never mentioned in Strunk and White�s Elements of Style.� Frank�s first published works appeared in print magazines such as Weird Tales and Marion Zimmer Bradley�s Fantasy Magazine in the late 1990s. Since then, Frank has published seven Markhat novels and a variety of shorter works. Frank rarely resorts to hair-pulling these days, preferring to weep inconsolably while affixing his toupee. Frank invites you to visit his website www.franktuttle.com.

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All The Turns of Light 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
wazi More than 1 year ago
All The Turns of Light by Frank Tuttle Meralda is a wonderfully intelligent young mage who refuses to compromise her character or magic. She also has the patience of a saint when given what seems like impossible demands from the King of Tirlin. Before liftoff of the airship, Meralda receives a warning message from Phillitrep’s Thinking Engine about the possibility of a final Cosmic Event that will be caused by her in the near future. The whole mission starts off with a series of mishaps that almost lead to devastation of the Intrepid before she even gets out of the hanger. Luckily, Meralda is able to keep a cool head and averts disaster. The King is sure that the Vonat’s are out to sabotage the Intrepid on its maiden flight and takes extreme measures to thwart their efforts. When strange magical things start happening around Meralda, she slowly starts losing her grip on reality. It is all she can do to keep her head straight and maintain the Intrepid as chief maintenance officer. The last thing she needs is Mrs. Wedding Primsbite, chief penswift for the Tirlin Times, requesting interviews with her. Then Donchen, Meralda’s ever devoted ex-Hang boyfriend who stowed-away onto the airship, learns about an ancient Vonat prophecy that directly affects Meralda and everyone on the Intrepid. The characters are all well rounded, the dialogue is outstanding, and the non-stop events on board the airship are suspenseful. Luckily, Mug is keeping a journal and is able to keep us up to date on all the other minor details at the end of each day. I loved that his cage now has its own flying coils and he can make himself mobile to travel around the airship as he pleases. He just needs someone to open doors for him occasionally. He is a wonderfully intelligent character that is full of snark and sees truths about Meralda that even she has a hard time admitting. This is an exciting story full of adventure, danger, and untold magic that will keep you reading late into the night. Mrs. Primsbite turned into quite a unique character that I really enjoyed and I expect Meralda to keep her as a friend and confidant. She needs an older female figure around that she can trust in this male centric wizarding world. Even though the Intrepid has succeeded in crossing the Great Sea there is still the mysterious Arc that Meralda feels she must find answers for. And the adventures in Hang territory are just beginning. FYI: This is book two in Paths of Shadow series, and I would recommend reading All the Paths of Shadow first. Format/Typo Issues: I found no significant issues in proofing or formatting. **Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy.** January 31, 2015
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