Aphanasian Stories by Rhonda Parrish

AphanasianStories-coverReview:  A collection of three fantasy stories all based in Aphanasia, the land created by Rhonda Parrish wherein dwells a variety of beings. For lovers of the genre, the themes range from hue, from lighter to dark, so there’s something here anyone might enjoy.

I’d previously reviewed one of the stories, Lost and Found, and had found it to be, “Clear cut and for the most part concise, the author’s story is carefully planned and executed with believable actions, choices and characters, and a plot which is often de rigeur in fantasy tales but has enough twists along the way to keep the reader interested.” These traits can also be found in “A Love Story” and “Sister Margaret.”

The author is multi-talented, and you’ll find, if you visit her site, that she writes in a range of genres and types, on many themes. http://www.rhondaparrish.com/.

Description: “Three of Rhonda Parrish’s beloved Aphanasian stories brought together in one collection for the first time!

A Love Story: Z’thandra, a swamp elf living with the Reptar, discovers a human near the village. When she falls in love with him, she faces the most difficult choice of her life, a decision that will affect the Reptar for generations.

Lost and Found: Xavier, the escaped subject of a madman’s experiments, and Colby, a young lady on a mission to save her brother, must combine their efforts to elude capture and recover the magical artifact that will save Colby’s brother before it’s too late.

Sister Margaret: A vampire hunter and a half-incubus swordsman are hired by a priestess to kill the undead pimp that is extorting, torturing and murdering vulnerable girls.”

  • Available in Kindle and print formats at Amazon.
  • ISBN: 1481249479
  • ISBN-13: 978-1481249478
  • Review copy provided by the author.

My previous review of Rhonda Parrish’s “Lost and Found“, which is set in the same fantasy world.

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