Long ago in distant lands, a great explosion struck the heart of the Daggar Mountain range, causing every race and city, as well as nearly all animal and plant life, to collapse.Seven-hundred years later there are very few who dare venture to the Winterlands. The elves massed a great evacuation going eastward across the ocean, and the Dwarves tunneled their way undergroundLong ago in distant lands, a great explosion struck the heart of the Daggar Mountain range, causing every race and city, as well as nearly all animal and plant life, to collapse.Seven-hundred years later there are very few who dare venture to the Winterlands. The elves massed a great evacuation going eastward across the ocean, and the Dwarves tunneled their way underground in a ten-year mass effort called the great migration. The humans by and large tried to adapt but couldn't. Some left, others starved, a scant few continue to persevere.The main population of the Winterlands is now large clans of Orcs and Goblins who eat flesh of any they find, including other such races as themselves.The Winterlands are a cold and desolate place, but those creatures and races with a keen mind and strong will are able to find a way to survive.Hunt the Winterlands is a dark fantasy anthology featuring bone-chilling tales from K. N. Porter, Kurt Wilcken, Nate Barlow, Josh Brown, Gina Wood, Michael May, Alex Ness, Joe Monks, and Marc N. Kleinhenz. Cover by Scott P. Vaughn.Ice Blind by K. N.PorterSpitting at the Sun by Kurt WilckenSkonjac Woke Up by Nate BarlowFrozen Flame by Josh BrownThe Other End by Gina WoodIce Monster by Michael MayDogh-Arr’s Honor Restored by Alex NessThe Lost City by Joe MonksElision by Marc N. Kleinhenz...
|Title||:||Hunt the Winterlands|
|Number of Pages||:||109 Pages|
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Hunt the Winterlands Reviews
I liked this book and the concept of all the stories occurring in the same area of the Winterlands, with many of the same creatures. Something unique to this anthology, but granted I haven't read many. My favorites were: Frozen Flame, The Other End, and The Lost City. Some of the stories felt like just they were just the beginning of a story, Ice Blind and Skonjac Woke Up, and I was more intrigued by what was going to happen instead of occurred in the story. There were some misspelled words and some the spellings of characters name changed which I found to be a little distracting. Overall, it's a quick read at only 138 pages, and definitely enjoyable collection of short stories.
This is a good book. Some what of an uneven book because of potential unfulfilled and disparate views.