Add one more stop to the Otherworld train. After a month-long sabbatical to do some Tellest promoting of our own, it’s nice to be visiting other people’s worlds. We’ve been delivering some great promos to you this week, representing a couple different fantasy locales.
This time, we’re visiting a more urban location, courtesy of B. L. Brooklyn and her Carvers series. This deliciously dark fantasy series is two books in, and we’re taking a look at The Carver’s Problem today. Carvers are a mixture of a selection of dark, occult beings that you’ll know from all the classic horrors and magical tales, but Brooklyn brings it to a point that is entertaining as it comes.
Cort’s free after ten years of torture from a psychotic Carver. Now he is trying to put himself and his wolf back together one piece at a time. The only problem is he has no control over his wolf and he fears that one day someone, possibly his unwanted fairy roommate, will trigger a flashback and push him further into a mental abyss.
Trish has a pet that she’s raised for three years, assuming it was a homeless wolf-pup. Today his werewolf brother and a few members of his old pack have come to claim him. . . and that’s only the beginning to her problems.
This second book in the Carvers series is a great follow-up, and proof that the author loves the world and the characters that have been crafted. It’s only a matter of time before a third book comes out, so it’s a great time to get started. You can pick up The Carver’s Problem on Amazon here. Don’t forget to get started with theoriginal book as well!
Mike is the GM and host of podcast, Looking for RPG: Tellest and former co-host of the podcasts That's Entertainment and OuaT: The Unofficial Once Upon a Time Podcast
Mike also is the creator of Tellest, a world full of fantasy and super heroes!
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