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Community by Shane L. Coffey

Joseph's life changed when a prophecy foretold his future, but now his world is threatened by a menace from his past. To prevent a catastrophe, this lone hunter must accept the help of his newfound friends and journey into the very heart of the mountains' stone.

The tale of Joseph, the Spirit of the Trees, continues to unfold with mystery, action, and adventure. To fulfill a prophecy, Joseph chose a new Identity. Will his new perils convince him of his need for a Community?

  • Title: Community
  • Author: Shane L. Coffey
  • Publication Date: 8/25/2015
  • ISBN: 978-1-62420-168-4
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Reviewed by: Courtney Rene This is the story of Joseph, a loner and survivor. His life changed drastically thanks to a prophecy that told of his future, all the while being threatened by his past. Joseph sets out to prevent war and destruction. He is joined by new friends and old on his trek underground and to new worlds. I enjoyed this story. It was fast paced and well defined. The worlds were creative and hashed out so that I could really see them and get into the story. I was happy to tag along in the back ground while the characters came to terms with who they were and what they could offer to the story. It wasn't all sunshine and roses either. There is always death. It's part of life and war and battles. The author did a great job of keeping it real and not gratuitous just for the sake of killing someone off. Plus you get elves and dwarfs and trolls, what's not to like? I give the book a firm 4 star rating. The books jumps right into the action without giving you time to catch up. Usually I like that, but in this type of book, sometimes we need a bit of lead in. Other than that, I thought it was well written, well thought out and quite the entertaining read. Very well done.
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