Wil has arrived at his sixty-fifth birthday after a directionless, purposeless, friendless lifetime. In the little village of Wisdom which sits close against the Old Forest, the last refuge of the elves before they departed this world many centuries before, he finds a place where he finally feels at home working as the assistant of the village swineherd, Scrubby.
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By Daniel B. Conrad
Dec 9, 2011
Well, I’ve missed two deadlines because of this book. I’m usually very careful to avoid books you can’t put down. Just so you know, if I lose my business, end up a destitute misfit standing unwashed outside Albertson’s holding a shopping bag and screaming about socialism, it’s all the fault of this book. Seriously, this is the best of the genre I’ve read. You’ve produced something new in the fantasy genre - a good story written with just the right mix of classical flamboyance and contemporary economy, innocent wonder and adult content. Honestly, it surpasses T.A. Barron’s Merlin epic in every way and betters James Patterson’s Maximum Ride series in subtlety and credibility.
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