The Lore Anthology

The Lore Anthology

by John Klobucher


Choose Expedited Shipping at checkout for guaranteed delivery by Monday, February 25

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781312099494
Publication date: 04/13/2014
Pages: 214
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

The Lore Anthology 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Jamie_Adair More than 1 year ago
The Lore of the Underlings is a fantastic epic fantasy series that I would recommend for anyone who loves musical language, great world building, and adventure. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very nice. These stories almost sing to you.
Panda-D More than 1 year ago
A whole new world in classic words... If you're a fantasy-fiction fan looking for something new and exciting, you should really check out this collection of the first five "Lore of the Underlings" episodes. I've been reading these stories in ebook form since they first started appearing a year or two ago. Glad to see they are now in print. These fresh but classically told tales are worth lingering over in a comfortable chair or under a shady tree. This is a poetic and beautifully presented little book. I hope it's the first of many to come!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
[Note: the B&N site is acting up and not letting me choose a pen name at the moment. My name is Joe Wood, and I own this book, but.. I have to post this anonymously in order to post it at all.] It's often difficult to find a new author to follow once you've exhausted the works of your current favorites, but I've now added John Klobucher to my must-follow list. If you're wary of tossing a whopping ten bucks at someone new, note that the first couple of episodes are freely available. However, as a fan of those episodes, I purchased the paper form simply because it's my preferred medium… and it’s inexpensive enough to get in addition to the ebooks. If you want a little more background on the author before diving in, Google "John Klobucher Underlings" to find the author's site (I'm not sure if we can post direct links here) - you'll find a lot of interesting tidbits as well as hints about when the next chapters will come out. Anyway… on to the book. Mr. Klobucher has a very personable and unique way of writing in which he successfully delineates the narrator from the many characters through style and manner of speaking; this makes it easy to feel who is saying what, despite the depth and richness and intermingling of dialog and story. I’ve too often read authors who end up leaving me confused about who said what, or who made everyone sound the same. In Lore, you’re never confused. The storyline itself is deep and nested and full, and you’ll often find yourself taking a break to enjoy the mental imagery and to put yourself into the tale; to me, this is a sign of a good author telling a good story, and I don’t find myself doing it often enough in many books. This is, at a high level, another group-assembles-to-find-help-elsewhere story. However, the people who compose the group(s), the way(s) they assemble, the place(s) they go, and the travails they face are unique, and well worth your hard-earned money to follow. Like me, you’ll keep checking to see if new chapters have been released. Again, the first episodes are free. Read them, love them, buy the book.