Zea by Brian Bigley


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Post August 04, 2005, 07:31:25 PM

Zea by Brian Bigley

This story was a decent read. It’s heavily slanted toward the sword and sorcery elements of fantasy. There were no major twists or surprises, just a straight-up rescue mission. However, since I’ve shied away from that kind of fantasy for a while now, it’s almost refreshing to read, like when old fogies reminisce about the good ol’ days. :)<br><br>I found the protagonist to be likeable. Her sidekick even more so. The potential is there to either serialize the characters or create a full-blown novel, although a more interesting plot would be needed to keep readers engaged.
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Post August 07, 2005, 12:54:57 PM

Zea by Brian Bigley

<br>started reading it but as Jaimie pointed out, it's mostly S&S and not only do i think the genre revolves around Barbarian Queen in my ignorance, i'm also bad at getting it and do not see the attraction overall. no offense of course!<br><br>Lee

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