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First released in May, 2015 in a shorter variant, this free-to-download, 90-page preview edition of Axtelera Ray: The Chronicles of Astrone introduces the story and the novel’s main protagonists, as well as the format of changing character perspectives that will be used in the full edition. To date, the preview has received almost unanimous 5-star reviews.

  • Founder: Alroy Jovi Author: M. J. Gallagher
  • Date published: 2018
  • Publisher: Axtelera Ray
  • In language: English
  • Genre: Fantasy, Historical, Mythology, Superheroes, Heroic Fantasy, Magic realism, Medieval fantasy
  • Average rating: 5/5
  • Rating: 5
  • Review: “Just finished reviewing a preview of a book that I predict will be a rising star in the fantasy genre. The setting of the story is lush and detailed. It enhances the plot by setting the tone for what’s happening in the storyline. If you’re a gamer, it’s a lot like finding pieces of well-written lore that tell you more about the locations you encounter. For non-gamers, I guess the best way to describe the setting is “irresistibly immersive.”
  • Reviewer: Review by Charity Rowell, check the list of Testimonials
  • Review rating: 5
  • Review date: 2018

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