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Morgan Howell
Writing fantasy is as fun as reading it. It's a heady business crafting worlds and filling them with complicated characters. But there's a serious side, too. The supernatural evokes what's primal. Destiny, the afterlife, and faith are all matters that fall outside the sphere of science yet... show more

Writing fantasy is as fun as reading it. It's a heady business crafting worlds and filling them with complicated characters. But there's a serious side, too. The supernatural evokes what's primal. Destiny, the afterlife, and faith are all matters that fall outside the sphere of science yet are core to the human experience. My goal is to create compelling stories that leave readers with something to ponder.I've written two fantasy trilogies, QUEEN OF THE ORCS and THE SHADOWED PATH. Women figure prominently in both because throughout history they have been at a disadvantage, possessing few rights and considered inferior to men. A heroine has more to overcome than a hero, and that makes her struggle more interesting. Neither do I write about privileged women. As one of my characters states, "princesses incline toward vanity and indolence." My heroines triumph the hard way, through their intelligence and courage.Go to morganhowell.com to learn more about my books and me.
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The better to see you, my dear
The better to see you, my dear rated it 9 years ago
Lost steam. ... and was actually getting mighty uncomfortable *shrug*
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 9 years ago
This is book #2 of the Queen of the Orcs series and is slightly less dark as the first book. Dar and Kath-Mah become closer although there's really no hope of them ending up together. There's a confrontation rather than a battle between the Orcs and King Kregant, but this ends without a lot of blo...
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