“Elji and the Galrass appealed to me as a light fantasy with Tolkienesque elements and some large-scale magic that reminded me of Zelazny’s Chronicles of Amber. It wove together many familiar tropes in the genre – a boy with a destiny plucked from obscurity, a Manichean contest between forces of hope and darkness, magic artifacts and ancient civilizations. The story moved quickly in drawing the cast of characters together and immersing them in a detailed cosmology. As a tale within the fantasy genre, it hits the right notes, with brisk pacing and mythic world building. I felt that it stayed comfortably within the conventions of fantasy, but I recommend it for fans of the genre.”

Anthony C. Wray

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