Saturday, April 2, 2016

Book Review- Walking the Stones of Time

Burlington resident and retired school teacher Oswald Brown writes a tale that blends history and fantasy in a new novel that presents as a love story  shrouded in adventure, mystery and treachery.  On a mission to free the woman of his dreams from slavery, the story's hero has to call upon  everything he has to prevail over a set of circumstances that conspire to  keep him from the one he loves. Brown himself describes the book as "a fantasy of time that might have been. These people existed and left their signs of being here, not only on the strange sanding stones we pass daily without seeing them, but in the customs and the way they lived."

If you are not new to the genre of fantasy, or are new to the genre and are looking for a book that will allow you to escape to another world,  Walking the Stones of Time would prove an interesting choice. For more information, including its social commentary, click here.

Available in hard cover, softcover and e-book at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris

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