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Four Winds - One Storm: The Geohex of Wraith County

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Every town has a ghost legend. But within the borders of Wraith County, all the legends are true. No one knows why the spirits of the dead remain. Did centuries of evil deeds bring a curse upon the land? Or does the cursed land have a way of preserving that evil? A team of first-rate warriors and third-rate investigators called Four Winds-One Storm intend to find out.This ...more
Paperback, 566 pages
Published August 16th 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Phill Layman
Oct 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
For Fans of the Wild, Wild West and Lord of the Rings!
The Geohex of Wraith County takes the four heroes of The Bonebrick City to another level as they prove themselves the premiere paranormal investigators of their original fantasy-meets-steampunk world. This is a story with endless potential, but this volume ended with the most compelling plot hook I've seen since "The Empire Strikes Back"!
Mindy Houston
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I am very much enjoying this series. The story is compelling and very clever. I feel like the characters are friends and I'm ready for book three, because I'm worried about them. The author continues in the vein of Western-meets-Fantasy, but this time the book splits out and follows each adventurer on their own ghost hunt. My only complaint is it needs a good, hard editing for the typos and homonym troubles. Unless that's a deal breaker, do not let that stop you from what is a delightfully craft ...more
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Aaron Hollingsworth is the author of the Four Winds-One Storm saga, the Steel Tales series, a few odd novellas, and numerous tabletop RPG supplements. He is a sloppy-yet-enthusiastic martial artist, a rhythmically-challenged songwriter, and a spewer of odd facts at social gatherings. His stories usually involve sword fights, unorthodox usage of magic, fast-moving plots, archaic adjectives, romance ...more

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