Fantasy Book Critic on “Auralia’s Colors”

Fantasy Book Critic has just published thoughts on Auralia’s Colors, and he’s offering a free copy!

Thanks to Robert Thompson for the review!

Every year, whether you’re talking about movies, music or books, you have what are commonly known as “hidden treasures.” You know the album that never cracks Billboard’s Top 200 list, the film that is forever relegated to “indie” status, the novel that can’t be found in your local bookstore.

For whatever reason, these releases just don’t get the respect they deserve even though they’re just as good, if not better than any of the so-called bestsellers or blockbusters that all the major publications are praising. Well here’s another gem for you….

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