Reasons to read The House in the Old Wood, No. 9

17 Jun

You dislike fantasy-genre clichés. The House in the Old Wood has no dragons. No swords. No princes, princesses, kings or queens. Magic in this world is not an “ooh, aah!” thing. It’s an “Oh, yuck!” thing. Karia does indeed embark on a quest of sorts … but she has no idea how she’s going to fulfill it. She doesn’t even know where she’s going. Oh, and there’s a faerie. But I don’t think you’ve encountered a faerie like this one before. Read The House in the Old Wood for a fresh take on fantasy.

What are some of the things you almost expect to find in every fantasy novel?

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