Diana Gorv

A fan of fantasy, horror, and sci-fi stories, and an aspiring fantasy writer. Find me on Critique Circle @ MadMar
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Anyone can learn magic. It is a skill just as much as sword-fighting.  With crystals as the source of magical energy, the demand runs high. Thus, crystal hunters travel across the globe, battle fiends, and scour mines to satisfy the need for magic.
Books Diana Recommends
Within the first chapter, it grips you tight and leaves you wanting more. RF Martin does a great job paying homage to Lovecraftian storytelling in a new refreshing prose. Wonderful characters and a mystical plot.
Outside the walls of the Aurora Psychiatric Hospital, a schizophrenic phantom struggles to find peace in the afterlife.
Even though it's aim for middle school readers, I'm still enjoying it as an adult. The first chapter, one can easily immerse themselves into this world. So simplistic, and Azzan makes a great character. A great read!
A futuristic sci-fi adventure chronicling the imprisonment of a petty thief on the farming prison-planet Harvest.
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