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Fantasy Scroll Magazine Issue #2 by [Resnick, Mike, Steinmetz, Ferrett, King, Michelle Ann, O'Connor, Kate, Alden, J.W., Peak, Tony]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1115 KB
  • Print Length: 145 pages
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  • Publisher: Fantasy Scroll Press LLC; 1 edition (27 Jun. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LE4QEOC
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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 review
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Enjoyable 27 Nov. 2014
By Nate Gallant - Published on Amazon.com
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I put my thoughts on the individual stories on Fantasy Scroll's website, but I thought I'd summarize here and give brief thoughts on my favorite stories in the issue since I noticed there are no reviews here yet and this magazine deserves one. Stories I don't mention below are not necessarily bad, just ones I didn't enjoy as much.

"Winter Solstice" is absolutely brilliant, a wonderful take on the mythos of Merlin and Arthur.

"Da Capo al Fine" is a wonderful mixture of fantasy and raw emotion.

"A Trade of Tears" was a story I didn't think I'd care much for at the beginning, but the author really won me over with skillful world-building and I'd like to read more stories from this universe.

"Four Scenes From Wieczniak's Whisk-U-Away, And One Not" had me smiling the whole time, even at the somewhat painful end. It's an amazingly emotional and uplifting sci-fi story.

"Verdure" is a quiet (despite some brief sci-fi combat) story everyone can relate to about hopelessness and bad decisions. I really really felt for the main character because it was easy to identify with him. I would actually like to see what happens next in this story.

There are also interviews with authors and reviews, but I don't personally care for those so I didn't bother reading them. Overall, the magazine was very well put together and featured a well-cultivated mixture of sci-fi and fantasy stories. I was glad to have read it and I wish I could get a print copy to put on my shelf.
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