Seeking Feedback - SF/Fantasy Novel

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Ogres, trolls, dwarves, giant rats, and dragons all confront Eigan the shepherd as he flees an evil priestess sent by the gods to slay him.


Accompanied by his sheepdog and an ancient wizard, led by Earth Mother's ravens, Eigan is tasked with undoing evil created by gods who disobeyed their fathers. He is aided by a dwarf he can turn into a giant and a young cowherd fleeing her cruel aunt and uncle.


Follow the Raven is a combination of fantasy, mythology, and science fiction 114,000 words long.


Please, if you ask to read it, at least give me some kind of feedback. I don't care if it's negative or positive.
 

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Is this a series of stories? The plot seem a bit vague....
 

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Sounds really complicated. I like sci-fi but am not a fantasy fan so it would be a tough read for me.
 
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Is this a series of stories? The plot seem a bit vague....
No, this is a single novel - with no sequels -- yet.

A young boy flees because he carries the keys to destroying the plans of a triad of gods. His companions include a dog he learns he can talk to, a wizened old wizard who's lost most of his powers, a dwarf, and a young girl who ends up fighting mythical beings at his side, His quest is to loose the bonds that keep magic from being in his world.

(Is that less vague?)
 

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Is this a series of stories? The plot seem a bit vague....
No, this is a single novel - with no sequels -- yet.

A young boy flees because he carries the keys to destroying the plans of a triad of gods. His companions include a dog he learns he can talk to, a wizened old wizard who's lost most of his powers, a dwarf, and a young girl who ends up fighting mythical beings at his side, His quest is to loose the bonds that keep magic from being in his world.

(Is that less vague?)
Yes. Before it was "undoing evil created by gods" ...which sounds like a series of tasks that have their own independent storyline.

Thank you.
 

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