Storywalker A multiverse hopping quest fantasy with big characters worlds that leak people and creatures and mythologies back and forth several flavours of diversity warrior dragons and abandoned people build

  • Title: Storywalker
  • Author: DavidBridger
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A multiverse hopping quest fantasy with big characters, worlds that leak people and creatures and mythologies back and forth, several flavours of diversity, warrior dragons, and abandoned people building families of friends.

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    • Jess Crafts says:

      The story follows Molly Mathews who suffers from an illness called ME. Through her illness she has relied on books to comfort her specifically her favourite series of books called Tamass the Fearless written by Paul Best.When a particularly bad day for Molly ends with her actually inside her favourite story she learns that these stories aren't just fictional ideas Paul has written, but a real place. Part of a multiverse that connects our own world of water with the world where Tamass the Fearles [...]

    • Margaret Fisk says:

      Originally posted on Tales to Tide You OverI am a long-term fan of David Bridger’s writing, as you might recall from previous reviews of his work. Storywalker marks his second debut, this time as an indie author, and as much as any of his previous works, is a wonderful tale full of complex characters and world building. Even more so, Bridger once again provides unlikely heroes and a non-traditional approach to what could have been a simple story in another author’s hands.Storywalker has a la [...]

    • Angel Graham says:

      I loved this book. that the heroine isn't suddenly cured when going to new worlds. she's real and she's strong.

    • Jenny says:

      I really enjoyed the intriguing concept of this book, and got very caught up in the characters, especially Molly, the librarian dealing with a terrible illness who nonetheless remains strong. I enjoyed the idea of being able to literally lose yourself in a book. This isn’t my favourite of David Bridger’s books (he’ll have to go a long way to top The Honesty of Tigers for me) but it was a fun read.

    • Joey Paul says:

      Fantasy is not my usual genre, but the premise of this book interested me. The ability to travel in the pages of a story? As a writer myself, it really seemed like something that would be a great story. Add to that the main character having M.E (which I also have) and I couldn't help but feel the need to read it and managed to devour it in a few days. The story starts with us meeting Molly, a young woman with M.E who is struggling to balance her life and her illness. She lives alone and has a st [...]

    • Maddy Barone says:

      An innovative fantasy story. I started it and then went to Lori Foster's Annual Reader & Author Get Together and I had NO time to read! It's a good thing I was so busy or I would have gone crazy wanting to read. This is the kind of story that sticks in your head. I couldn't wait to fine out what would happen next. When I got home last night I jumped in the finish it.Our two main characters are Paul (a fantasy author who has been an a writing hiatus even tho the tenth book of his series is wa [...]

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