6 December 2004 Winged Warrior reviewed by Patricia Spork, eBook Reviews Weekly
"...masterful saga of good against evil."
S. Tuttle superbly conveys military strategies and religious faith
in his fantasy book "Winged Warrior: Book 7 of Forgotten
Legacy." Although these are not unusual topics in the Forgotten
Legacy series, this book is second to the last in the series, and
much is at stake for the final conclusion to this masterful saga of
good against evil. Strategy and faith can lead to victory. So Mr.
Tuttle fills "Winged Warrior" with both, for good and evil
sides. So whose strategies and faith will lead to victory? Only
Richard S. Tuttle knows for sure as he shares the conflicts
encountered by protagonists and antagonists, leading readers to the
final resolution and outcome of the Forgotten Legacy.
14 October 2004 Elvangar reviewed by Patricia Spork, eBook Reviews Weekly.
Richard S. Tuttle is again at his writing best in "Elvangar: Book Six of Forgotten Legacy. The author's ability to continue this saga in a dramatic, exciting tone is to be commended. Intrigue and suspense fill the book, as does much action, and even romance. The ending is quite fulfilling, and sets the reader up for the next book in the series. I very highly recommend "Elvangar: Book Six of Forgotten Legacy," to all Richard S. Tuttle fans, and to anyone who's never read this author's fantastical fantasy tales.
1 October 2004 Interview of Richard S. Tuttle by Stephen Gambuti of Fictionbytes.com
15 September 2004 Island of Darkness reviewed by Patricia Spork, eBook Reviews Weekly
12 July 2004 Winged Warrior, Book 7 of Forgotten Legacy released in ebook formats.
11 July 2004 Amethyst of the Gods reviewed by Molly Martin, Molly's Reviews.
3 July 2004 All ebooks are now available in Mobipocket format. The Mobipocket version is available on this site as well as through bookstores across the web, including mobipocket.com .for those interested in buying directly from mobipocket, here are the links to the books:
13 March 2004 Elvangar reviewed by Darryl Kenning, Science Fiction Editor, Reading for Pleasure
22 February 2004 Elvangar, book 6 of Forgotten Legacy released in ebook formats.
08 February 2004 Dragons' Onyx reviewed by Molly Martin, Reviews by Molly
Following a recap of the sword of heavens series to date Writer Tuttle’s fertile imagination again drives him forward. Dragons’ Onyx is filled many of the richly drawn series characters we have come to enjoy. Dialog is fraught with excitement. Settings rich in detail as Tuttle has filled his previous works continue in this gripping narrative. Powerful motivations, twists of story line, abundant conflict all are presented with the same enthusiasm, fervor of setting and page turning fast paced drama found in the previous offerings crafted by this talented author. Dragons’ Onyx brings the reader further into a land where craftiness and magic rule. We are again treated to an abiding story peopled with characters who only improve with each new offering. Victors grow more daring. Scoundrels are more unscrupulous as they realize power is slipping away from them. The young and intrepid continue aging, and still have not lost exuberance or vitality.
Dragons’ Onyx continues Tuttle’s fervid passion for the genre. Powerful motivations, cleverly interwoven plot, profusely drawn settings filled with incertitude are all part of what we have come to expect from this quick-witted writer. The reader is drawn straight into the ongoing tale from the opening paragraph of this installment when we read of Lattimer and his realization that something has happened in the magic fold of the world and is carried along on through the exhilarative struggle waged by Arik and his followers. Reader interest is maintained right down to the last paragraphs when Wyka praises Arik for accomplishing what he must.
Excellent addition to the home library for the fantasy enthusiast. Happy to recommend.
20 January 2004 Unicorns' Opal reviewed by Jeanette Cottrell, eBook Reviews Weekly
Mr. Tuttle shows skill in plotting his fantasy, and covers a wide territory, both strategic and political. However, the bad guys have all the best lines. Dialog among the heroes is apt to be repetitive and sometimes plodding. A couple of subplots took my fancy, notably the renegade Prophecy Child. Unicorns' Opal is fairly good fantasy with some interesting touches.
01 January 2004 Young Lord of Khadora reviewed by Darryl Kenning, science fiction editor of Reading for Pleasure
Author Richard S. Tuttle has created a classic fantasy novel in "Young Lord of Khadora". With a well scripted plot and likeable characters this is an ideal book to introduce new readers to Fantasy literature and, as the first book in the series "Forgotten Legacy", it made me anxious to look for and read the next book in what is sure to be a highly successful series. Available in softcover and as an e-book it is recommended as a good read for all ages.
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