THE TEARS OF SAN'FERATH
Allanoria is shifting into a new age—a world without mage’ic. For reasons unknown, I sense this is a passing phase, and that one day the land’s mage’ic will return. San’Ferath readies to succumb to my final spell, The Undying Sleep. Invoking such power shall end my life, but I go willingly, as does he, for when the need is great...so shall he wake.
This book delivers on what the cover promises. You know who's good when you're going in--and who's bad. That doesn't make the comeuppance any less satisfying. If you like high fantasy (with a little bit of romance), but want a quicker read with a cast of characters that doesn't require a playbill and a glossary, pick up The Tears of San'Ferath. ~ NBReads, Amazon Review
This was a great high fantasy read. It had all the classic fantasy elements woven into an original story line. The thing that I liked best was the way I became emotionally involved with the characters. They were so well drawn out and so very believable. I admire any author that can create such colourful characters out of thin air and make the reader actually care for these people. This book made me laugh a lot, especially at the medieval cursing, and it also brought a tear to my eye. Very well done! ~ Kurt Chambers, Amazon Review
The Tears of San'Ferath kept me reading late into the night simply because I just had to know how this story was going to turn out. D. Thomas Jerlo has created a world with the potential to become a fantasy classic. I like the premise that the world moves in and out of magical phases. I like the potential for both good and evil to gain the upper hand during a shift in phase. This is a formula for epic conflict and D. Thomas Jerlo utilizes the full potential of this. Great characters, a great plot and setting, and just as important, a very believable world. ~ Ray Simmons, Readers' Favorite