Ambercore by Troy Williams

Ambercore by Troy Williams: Like most self-published books, the main problem here is one of mechanics. The often awkwardly constructed sentences are littered with errors both typographic and grammatical. Underneath all that, however, is a germ of a promising story. The land of Ambercore is at once beautiful and dangerous, and full of surprises. Its varied inhabitants have richly detailed histories and relations. I won’t lie to you: Ambercore is an extremely poorly written book and I would definitely not recommend it. However, given enough time and a good editor, Williams has the potential to churn out some decent fantasy. I’ll be on the lookout for his next work.

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