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Schedule: Minimum of one chapter a month.
Note: Book 1 will be published in quick succession (3 chapters a week) in preparation for its publication in June. 90% will be taken down at that time due to contractual obligations. Book 2 will continue here on RR, though at a much slower pace to give me some buffer, as I work on a few projects at once (some not suited for the reader base here on RR).
Note 2: This series may end up with a harem/poly relationship later. It's not been decided for sure at this time. An update will come about if it is added.
The Oracle's Path series is not a clean read, containing profanity, violence, substance use, love scenes (including LGBTQ pairings) and other adult situations.
The twisted dragon queen stirs…
Half-elf Oracle Aviana is no stranger to prophecies. With a strong connection since birth to the dragon god, Akorith, the dissonant whispers of fate have followed her from the beginning. And when an ominous warning foretelling of the destruction of her clan comes her way, she isn’t sure what to make of it.
But when her younger sister needs to be prepared for her coming of age trial—a task that will test the woman’s fortitude and innocence—Aviana is the one tasked with showing her the world outside their secluded town. Her hands full with her sister’s childish nature, a foreboding prophecy is the last thing Aviana needs on her mind.
The signs of the prophecy, however, appear: pirate attacks, a fight with a dragon, and crossing paths with a cheerful dwarf and stunted, lecherous elf—and Aviana can’t ignore them. Things go from bad to worse, and she’ll have to trust her intuition and the most unlikely of allies to make it through, or the world will be plunged into chaos...
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The whole thing feels like a first work. Don't get me wrong, everyone needs to start somewhere. It has some awkward and perhaps even experimental phrasing that really show the author trying to stretch and see what works. The story is meh. I don't want to be insulting, just trying to let potential readers know that this does not read like the work of an experienced writer, but this is Royal Road, amateur writing is the bread and butter of this sight. It's strange this story is even here since only ten percent of it can be posted. Don't get your hopes up. This is probably not one of those hidden gems we all hope to find. It's readable. Once again, meh. It's not bad either, just not to my tastes or standards. Some may really like this, but it will probably be a fifty-fifty kind of thing. So try it. You may be part of the group that actually enjoys this style.