The Myth Of Men by Chase Tucker (Fantasy) #41

 THE AGE OF MEN IS OVER. All that remains of the old world is Abarku, a human, residing amongst the elves who have returned to the lands they once called home long before men ruled. All welcome him graciously, except for one fierce hunter named Quith. Peace endures until an outsider arrives, bringing them death and uncertainty. Misfortune strikes and Quith’s beloved suffers a grave wound – with his only hope a mysterious magic from the ancient kingdom of Kror, long since erased from history. Quith reluctantly accepts Abarku’s knowledge about the kingdoms of old, as they must travel together and survive the journey through the magical woodlands, encountering sinister beasts and worse in order to save their friend before his last breath.

About the author:

 I spent most of my childhood moving around the U.S. I had nothing to do but sit in the backseat of my parent’s car and allow my never-ending imagination wader. I spent most of my time thinking of comic books such as Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four along with films like Batman video games like Metal Gear Solid. However, it was Star Wars: A New Hope that really gave me the inspiration for storytelling. As the years passed I became obsessed with strange worlds and fantastical stories until I finally decided to tell my own. I spent years writing concepts and ideas for films and comic books until I decided to turn those stories into something I could hold in my own hands. I graduated college university with a Bachelor’s degree in Digital Media for Video and Audio and have a wife and three boys.



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“Fantasy isn’t my typical genre, but I enjoyed the world building and the cast of unique characters, such as elves, unicorns, and dwarves. The descriptions of the forest were good, and I enjoyed how the story moved along by showing rather than telling.”

15 thoughts on “The Myth Of Men by Chase Tucker (Fantasy) #41

  1. I remember when I used to read fantasy books back in grade school to school. When no internet and electricity to rely on, fantasy books that tell about dwarfs, fairies, etc., are the best.

  2. I haven’t read a fantasy book in a long time. This one looks like it would be a lot of fun with all of the different components.

  3. My favorite thing about your reviews is reading about the writers, and trying to learn more about them through their genre and topic of choice.

  4. This is such a cool idea for a fantasty book! Usually, humans are the dominant, unaccepting race in the fantasy world. I love this twist.

  5. I LOVE this new twist on fantasy. Traditionally, humans are always the ones who are the primary race, with all others either far fewer in number or outright dying off. This sounds like a great book!

  6. My all time favorite genre! I will definitely have to give this book a read. Sounds like a fun premise and good fantasy adventure.

  7. I’d be interested to see what this one does to subvert ‘typical’ high fantasy tropes, which are really easy to fall into. The idea that the men are the ancient and mostly-gone race rather than the elves is already a neat little twist on Tolkien standards, but I wonder what other steps the story will take to be different…

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