The Tears Of Kharnoon by Gordon J. L. Ramel


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Post April 19, 2012, 01:32:15 AM

The Tears Of Kharnoon by Gordon J. L. Ramel

For anyone who has a taste for epic poetry, this might be especially nice. It has the feel of something very old, and an interesting plot (it is a story). I just wonder what happened to Soolienna, who is a major character.

I liked the characters, and I liked the rhythm and flow of the words.
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Post April 27, 2012, 11:32:23 PM

Re: The Tears Of Kharnoon by Gordon J. L. Ramel

I'd be happy to read more, but now you've got me intrigued about the story this poem is taken from. I almost think that I'd rather wait until the whole thing is finished, so I can absorb it as a whole.

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