Lindy: A Fantasy
Vocamus Press, 2012 - 214 pages
Lindy is a fantasy, but it's not much like the books that people call fantasy nowadays. It has only a very few swords, almost nothing by way of sorcery, and no werewolves or vampires at all, only a quite ordinary girl who finds herself in an extraordinary world and who must learn how to make the kinds of difficult decisions that all ordinary people have to make. Some readers will probably find this disappointing, but there have been too many books about sorcerers and werewolves and vampires lately anyway, and we could probably do with something a bit different. Besides, I think you will quite like Lindy once you've had the chance to meet her.
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