Poet At Large Reviews, Book, Ravenspell Book 3, Freaky Fly Day   Leave a comment

The Ravenspell books and David Farland’s ability to spin a story grow together.  At the end of the Third book Freaky Fly Day I find myself completely hooked and under the spell of the dread Ever Shade.  Will the heroes of prophecy defeat him?  What will The Toad Warrior do before his master’s arrival?  Will Ben and Amber make it S.W.A.R.M. for their training?

Far too many Questions left for the reader to want answers too…

David Farland simply must write another one, I beg for it I crave it. I am certain that others must love the stories as much as I do.  It is said that an author who can torture his characters will leave his readers wanting more.  If you do not do mean things to your characters there is no conflict and therefore no story.  David Farland does only the most deliciously mean things to his character with satire and detail as side dishes to wet the appetite of his readers.  To not write another Ravenspell book would be unforgivable…

Please Mr. Farland/Wolverton, may we have another?

From The Poet’s Mouth,

Lyda Mae Dameron

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