The Holtur Enigma (The Holtur Trilogy, #1)

The Holtur Enigma (The Holtur Trilogy, #1)

by Cameron Wayne Smith

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The monsters you fear are nothing compared to the ones you do not.

With the threat of a monstrous army arising, Vivian has set off towards the town of Holtur. His job is to conscript the toughest men he can find, in a location known for producing some of the best monster slayers around. The problem is that Holtur has its own issues, and helping this stranger is far from a priority.

Will Vivian convince the people of Holtur to help his cause? Or will he fall victim to the beasts, wyverns, or horrors that surround the town? It doesn't take long for him to discover that he was nowhere near prepared for this godforsaken land.

Sticking to his action packed style of writing, Cameron Wayne Smith merges horror elements into his fantasy world. Bringing you The Holtur Enigma.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154306871
Publisher: Cameron Wayne Smith
Publication date: 04/24/2017
Series: The Holtur Trilogy , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 410,850
File size: 3 MB

Customer Reviews

The Holtur Enigma 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
AvayaRose01 More than 1 year ago
I first read this book on Wattpad. I immediately fell in love with the author's writing style and voice, loving how the plot pulled me in right away. The author does a great job of introducing the action right away, not making you wait for eighteen billion chapters. Another thing that the author did well was the descriptions. They're vivid, and yet Cameron doesn't have a description of a dead stick take up twelve pages. Overall, it's a fabulous read, and I can't wait to finish it. One thing that I would recommend, is to have better character development. Many of the characters were great, although the main character was a bit lacking and didn't seem to have much of a use. I too had this problem with one of my books, and I fixed it two ways. My problem was that my readers actually hated the main character, so, I made that character into the villain. Another thing I did was make the previously "filler characters" into actual main characters too. That way, the story didn't revolve around this character you never really liked. Again, great book. I'd absolutely recommend it for those who enjoy reading short stories, high fantasy, and anything awesome. Great job!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago