The Eagle's Flight - Completed Epic Fantasy Novel
This is the link to the book on RRL: The Eagle's Flight
Since the book is completed, I can guarantee updates every week without delay until it is finished.
So what's it about?
Conflict is always lurking beneath the surface in the realms of Adalmearc. Power is scattered amongst many in its multiple forms: the authority of kings and noblemen, the military might of the knight order, the spiritual influence of the priesthoods, and the economic control of the guilds. With the death of a king, all are free to pursue their own agenda, and each is the hero of his or her own story. In the end, only one may remain: one winner, one hero, one story.
I hope you'll give it a chance!
12/23/2016 12:29:46 AMLoco15 Wrote: [ -> ]The link you have on your post is the link for your fiction from your profile, meaning, people can't access it. The one on your signature is the right one though. You should fix that.
That is some quality advice, and not the first time I made this mistake. Thanks!
"The Eagle's Flight is a work of art, the likes of which have never been seen on this site. It reads like something that I would pull off the shelf of a bookstore. The grammar is there, as well as the spelling and formatting. There's nothing else to be said. Regarding quality, it is probably the best work of fiction that I have ever read on Royal Road."
"The pacing is slow. This fiction is clearly not designed with wish fulfillment in mind. It is a solid, well-written work of fiction that slowly fleshes the world and its residents out. Though slow, it is not to the point of being dull, and even in the exposition-laden first chapter, the author manages to progress the plot, all the while seamlessly revealing information about this meticulously detailed realm. "
"Characters are smartly written. The dialogue is both smart and charming. The author shows rather than telling, and each exchange provides new insights into the motives and temperaments of the characters. They are of all different backgrounds. Even roles that are usually riddled with tropes such as princes and knights manage to distinguish themselves as unique, believable, individuals."