Hall of Heroes (Fellowship of Fantasy, #2)

Hall of Heroes (Fellowship of Fantasy, #2) Twenty Seven Thrilling Tales From Amazing Fantasy Authors Whether They Are Unwitting, Plucky, Or Just Plain Epic, Heroes Capture The Imagination And Rescue Us From Everyday Life With Stories Set In Fantastic, Magical Realms, Gritty Urban Landscapes, And Fairytale Kingdoms, Our Heroes Stand Fast As Defenders Of Good Struggling Against Evil Governments, Wicked Demi Gods, Wrathful Nature, Supernatural Con Men, And Their Own Insecurities, Each Must Find The Strength To Triumph And The Will To Persevere In The Second Anthology From The Fellowship Of Fantasy, Twenty Three Authors Explore The Theme Of Heroes, Covering Genres Ranging From Steampunk And Fairytale To Urban And Arthurian These Are The Heroes You Ve Been Waiting For Enjoy Heroes A Fellowship Of Fantasy Anthology And Join The Adventures I have been on a three day adventure, reading the 27 tales in this anthology based on enchanting worlds and incredible characters you will care about long after you finish the stories I only hope I can do justice to the authors in my Hall of Heroes review I found the writing to be well edited, clean, strong, and professional This 419 page collection will delight you from beginning to end.All of the stories will satisfy your love of fantasy and the wonderful creatures we have
The overall quality of these stories is really great, but I did have a few special favorites Alancia s Dance was my favorite of the collection, with Cry of the Cave Lion a close second, but I also especially liked The Hero Feat of Hannah Helstrom, In Plain Sight, The Demon Monkeys, Sweet Basil, A Fiery Gift, and Sacrifice to the Iara The best thing about this anthology is the variation of stories in the hero theme, so there will be something to appeal to all tastes A few of the stories were v The overall quality of these stories is really great, but I did have a few special favorites Alancia s Dance was my favorite of the collection, with Cry of the Cave Lion a close second, but I also especially liked The Hero Feat of Hannah Helstrom, In Plain Sight, The Demon Monkeys, Sweet Basil, A Fiery Gift, and Sacrifi
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review The Hall of Heroes A Fellowship of Fantasy is an anthology detailing the harsh struggles of nameless heroes as they endeavor to prove themselves and to others that heroes aren t just people you read about in fairytales.All the stories in the anthology have a magical realism to them Whether it be about slaves breaking free from their confinement, or teenagers rescuing others from burning buildings, these protagonists show the worl I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review The Hall of Heroes A Fellowship of Fantasy is an anthology detailing the harsh struggles of nameless heroes as they endeavor to prove themselves and to others that heroes aren t just people you read about in fairytales.All the stories in the
My favorite stories were Alancia s Dance, Superhero Publicist, Gem, Teamwork, and Not Quite a Hero They not only kept my attention all the way through, but I really enjoyed them and thought they were well written I also liked Sweet Basil, The Tale of Sir Ronan of Camelot, A Fiery Gift, and Boy of Sand and Sky The Love Talker was definitely well written and kept my attention, but my personal taste doesn t care much for for that type of story I ll remember these ones, and will likely re read My favorite stories were Alancia s Dance, Superhero Publicist, Gem, Teamwork, and Not Quite a Hero They not only kept my attention all the way through, but I really enjoyed them and thought they were well written I also liked Sweet Basil, The Tale of
First, let me preface by saying that all of these stories were excellently edited I also must say you get A LOT for your money here These are not superficial stories these are in depth and complex worlds that you will find.As a whole, and especially for someone who prefers suspense or YA realistic fiction, I enjoyed some of the stories, though some I appreciated a bitthan others, and some I didn t relate to at all Here is a breakdown of my experience.1 Alancia s Dance The story had s First, let me preface by saying that all of these stories were excellently edited I also must say you get A LOT for your money here These are not superficial stories these are in depth and complex worlds that you will find.As a whole, and especially for someone who prefers suspense or YA realistic fiction, I enjoyed some of the stories, though some I appreciated a b
Awesome set of stories Each of these authors has provided a great story you will not be disappointed I ve found several new favorites here. Come meet 27 interesting heroes Don t miss this awesome collection of 27 very different fantasy stories Each one tells a unique story about some sort of hero Some are traditional heroes although I don t recall if any actually wore capes Some are reluctant heroes And some might cause you to question whether the hero is actually a hero The thing the I found most fascinating about all the stories was that each one kept me engaged even though it was short I enjoyed reading it
If you re looking for a fun anthology of short stories, this is the book for you Each of the 27 stories in this anthology features a hero of some sort, whether they re heroic friends or warriors or parents, and since it s written by the Fellowship of Fantasy, all of them include some form of magic, superpower, or fantas
I have been a fan of one of the authors featured in this anthology for a few years now, Arthur Daigle It was because of this that I picked up this work and I am glad I did so I was delighted by many of the stories and plan to seek some of these authors out in the near future Just a few of the stories that made a deep impression was Alancia s Dance, The Wooden Ruler, and Teamwork.Not every story amazed me, but that was to be expected in a collection such as this What impressed mewas the I have been a fan of one of the authors featured in this anthology for a
It s hard to review a collection of short stories, as of course each tale is as individual as the writer who penned it All of the stories merit at least three stars, and several four or five Several made me laugh out loud Superhero Publicist comes to mind and I was pleased to s

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  • Paperback
  • 422 pages
  • Hall of Heroes (Fellowship of Fantasy, #2)
  • H.L. Burke
  • English
  • 23 April 2017
  • 1548275336 Edition Language English Series