Book Review: Merchant of Alyss

Merchant of Alyss, by Thomas Locke is 354 pages of fantasy — an epic battle between good and evil, light and darkness. Lovely heroines, romance, gallant heroes, otherworldly threats — if this is the sort of novel you enjoy, there’s much here for you.

The author has both deftly created an enticing story world. He also draws the reader in within a short few pages. You’ll be wanting to read on once you sample his gripping descriptions, get an idea of the stirring of the plot, and begin to cheer on the hero.

If you’ve read Emissary, the first book in the Legends of the Realm series, you won’t want to miss this exciting offering.

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