Archive for September, 2012

Fan Art for Destiny of the Wulf

September 27, 2012 Leave a comment

A local budding young artist has taken a shine to Destiny of the Wulf and has created a few images for me in line with images and themes in the book.

I can’t say enough how wonderful his work is, and I hope you get as much enjoyment from his work as I do.

Thanks Aiden.

Check out his work below.

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Destiny of the Wulf – Revision Two

September 25, 2012 Leave a comment

Harrison Davies (@HarrisonDavies)
Now released: Revision two of Destiny of the Wulf. Accessed through Manage My Kindle on the Amazon website (See image)

Note: iBooks purchasers can already re-download the latest revision. 

Thanks for your patience. 
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From a fan…

September 20, 2012 2 comments
A fan, Lorraine, liked my book so much, she took a picture of herself reading it. I know for a fact she’s also a top rated French to English/English to French translator. Check out her site. FrenchTranslationsUnlimited
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Review by first time fantasy reader

September 3, 2012 Leave a comment

I have never read a fantasy novel. Every time I tried I got as far as the synopsis and gave up. I bought Destiny Of The Wulf for my teenage daughter on a friend’s recommendation and, I confess, judged it mostly by the cover and the title – both had me hooked. My curiosity got the better of me and I sceptically settled into reading this unknown genre.

The plot is best left to the reader to discover so I`ll limit my comments to what stood out for me.

The characters are subtly portrayed and convincing, not only our two heroes and other key players but those on the periphery who never struck me as mere “walk- ons” to pad out the plot. The scene setting was superb yet succinct. I knew exactly what I was hearing, seeing, smelling……….without pages of preamble. Harrison doesn’t lead you by the hand, he just puts you right there in the midst of the action.

How would I rate this as a fantasy? I’ve no idea, however aren’t all novels fantasies?

How would I rate this as a teenage read? Having read many of my daughter’s teenage books I’d say it will stand its ground and meet the high expectations of younger readers looking for unpatronising adventure. I’m wholeheartedly recommending it to my fourteen year old daughter.

Destiny of the Wulf is the most refreshing book I’ve had the pleasure of reading in a long time the only downside being my shock when it ended. I was so engrossed I didn’t see it coming! I’m looking forward to book two and the development of those tantalising threads introduced in this one.

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Another 5 star review on Amazon

September 2, 2012 Leave a comment
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