Sunday, August 7, 2011

Review of The Necromancer's Apprentice by R.M. Prioleau

 Jasmine Na'Darod lived a simple life with her parents and older sister on the family's farm. She never strayed far from home until the ill-fated Blood Moon arose, basking the country of Caristan with a terrible, sickening drought.

When her mother falls ill, Jasmine and her family are forced to leave home in desperate search of a cure. During their journey, a series of tragic events will change Jasmine's life forever.


       About  The Necromancer's Apprentice
A morbid fantasy that goes into question the unknown of death. Was sort of short but wove a sort of likeable story. It wasn't anything too amazing but a small fantasy tale. I will say this, it had its charismatic moments. It's important to note this is a short novella and has a darker take in paranormal fantasy. Other than that a very good read.
                           Overall: Not good, not bad
                Genre: Gothic fantasy, Dark fiction

                                                   My Star Review  3 of 5 stars
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Available as: Amazon's Kindle Edition
Recommended Ages: 15 and Up   
Published: June 28th 2011 by Decadent Publishing (first published June 26th 2011)

                                                  For This Review:*Self-Provided Copy*

                                                          About the Author 
R.M. Prioleau is a game developer and artist by day; and a dangerous writer by night. Since childhood, she’s continued exploring new methods of expanding her skills and creativity as she delves into the realm of literary abandon. R.M. can often be seen lurking about many great writing communities like NaNoWriMo.




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The Reading Momster said...

SOunds like an intense read. Never heard of this title.

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