Haruffa Tales was reviewed by Clarion Forward (December 2014) and received 5 out of 5 Stars!
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Haruffa Tales Review By: Joseph Rossi (November 2014).
Haruffa Tales is wonderfully told fantasy story that catches your attention the moment you start reading it. The book embarks you on tale of adventure, revenge, love and of course some master espionage, but it differs greatly from most fantasy books I have read. Aside from the usual aspects of the hero of the story, Haruffa differs from any heroine I have read about. Of course being the hero of the story he has to do a lot of the heavy lifting but this story doesn’t always revolve around Haruffa to succeed. That’s what I loved about the story, the supporting cast was so vital to the success of Haruffa mission it’s almost as if everyone was with him the whole step of the way. Whether it was his cousins running his business, Arlan and his family keeping his secrets, Keary and Stinky making sure he was ready for all his obstacles, Dee keeping him focused and strong, every character had a major role to play in order for him to succeed. This made his world seem so much more connected and necessary for him to succeed. Not everything relied on Haruffa and it made him somewhat grounded and vulnerable to me allowing me to feel as if I knew the burden he was carrying and that he couldn’t do it alone. Haruffa has many attributes that make him a hero but none fascinated me more than his music and the key role it played. Without revealing too much I found this ability to be quite unique and something that connects to story very well once you have finished reading it. All in all Haruffa Tales is a pulp fantasy novel that will have you wondering, when does the next one hit the shelves?
Posted November 22nd, 2014