Sword & Sorcery & the other S

“DESTINY OF THE FIREBLOOD” by Kathe Todd, 2015 Bernadette Bouchard leaves her home in the farmlands of Auverne to seek adventure in the badlands of Iscandia in the first installment of Kathe Todd's Fireblood trilogy. Nothing much happens until page 22 when Bernadette and Staeven enter ancient ruins and encounter a walking mummy. Scary, huh? It should be, but here the undead horror is dispatched in the next paragraph. Bernadette is given a magic map that lets her travel to any place she's been before. Isn't that helpful? A map like that also kicks the teeth out of any remaining vestige of reality and turns Sword & Sorcery into a fairy tale. Eventually, after numerous side-tracking advent

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