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Hall of Heroes (Fellowship of Fantasy, #2) ❮EPUB❯ ❄ Hall of Heroes (Fellowship of Fantasy, #2) ✿ Author H.L. Burke – Thomashillier.co.uk Twenty Seven Thrilling Tales from Amazing Fantasy Authors Whether they are unwitting, plucky, or just plain epic, heroes capture the imagination and rescue us from everyday life With stories set in fa Twenty Seven Thrilling Tales from Amazing Fantasy Authors Whether they are unwitting, plucky, or just plain epic, heroes capture the imagination and rescue us from everyday life With stories set in fantastic, magical realms, gritty urban landscapes, and fairytale kingdoms, our heroes stand fast as defenders of good Struggling against evil governments, wicked demi gods, wrathful nature, supernatural con men, and their own insecurities, each must find the strength to triumph and the will to persevere In the second anthology from the Hall of MOBI :↠ Fellowship of Fantasy, twenty three authors explore the theme of heroes, covering genres ranging from steampunk and fairytale to urban and Arthurian These are the heroes you ve been waiting for Enjoy Heroes A Fellowship of Fantasy Anthology and join the adventures.

    Free Unlimited eBook as defenders of good Struggling against evil governments, wicked demi gods, wrathful nature, supernatural con men, and their own insecurities, each must find the strength to triumph and the will to persevere In the second anthology from the Hall of MOBI :↠ Fellowship of Fantasy, twenty three authors explore the theme of heroes, covering genres ranging from steampunk and fairytale to urban and Arthurian These are the heroes you ve been waiting for Enjoy Heroes A Fellowship of Fantasy Anthology and join the adventures."/>
  • Paperback
  • 422 pages
  • Hall of Heroes (Fellowship of Fantasy, #2)
  • H.L. Burke
  • English
  • 15 July 2018
  • 1548275336

About the Author: H.L. Burke

Born in a small town in north central Oregon, H L Burke spent most of her childhood around trees and farm animals and was always accompanied by a book Growing up with epic heroes from Middle Earth and Narnia keeping her company, she also became an incurable romantic An addictive personality, she jumped from one fandom to another, being at times completely obsessed with various books, movies, or television series Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and Star Trek all took their Hall of MOBI :↠ turns , but she has grown to be what she considers a well rounded connoisseur of geek culture Married to her high school crush who is now a US Marine, she has moved multiple times in her adult life but believes that home is wherever her husband, two daughters, and pets are She is the author of a four part fantasy romance series entitled The Dragon and the Scholar, the Award Winning Realm Award for Young Adult Fiction Nyssa Glass Steampunk series, and MG Fantasy Cora and the Nurse Dragon, among others Sign up for her monthly newsletter at hlburkeauthorhttp www H L Burke e B.



10 thoughts on “Hall of Heroes (Fellowship of Fantasy, #2)

  1. Robin Goodfellow Robin Goodfellow says:

    I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review The Hall of Heroes A Fellowship of Fantasy is an anthology detailing the harsh struggles of nameless heroes as they endeavor to prove themselves and to others that heroes aren t just people you read about in fairytales.All the stories in the anthology have a magical realism to them Whether it be about slaves breaking free from their confinement, or teenagers rescuing others from burning buildings, these protagonists show the worl I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review The Hall of Heroes A Fellowship of Fantasy is an anthology detailing the harsh struggles of nameless heroes as they endeavor to prove themselves and to others that heroes aren t just people you read about in fairytales.All the stories in the anthology have a magical realism to them Whether it be about slaves breaking free from their confinement, or teenagers rescuing others from burning buildings, these protagonists show the world that they aren t worthless The feats aren t all that unique a knight saving a girl from her abusive family after all, isn t going to garner as much attention as slaying a dragon, but it s significant all the same They demonstrate the simple fact that no matter who you are, or where you come from, you can be someone s hero, and it s something I loved seeing with each new narrative.Personally, these stories reminded me of the Mother Goose Tales Although there wasn t nearly as much bloodshed as in The Hall of Heroes, the lessons are transparent The values shown are what we carry through to our adult lives, and it s because of these values that we ve carried through our lives without too much regret or remorse The stories also describes an innocence we ve carried from long ago, and brings it to the fore front of the book Thus, I would give this anthology a rating of a 4.6 out of 5 stars The elegant way these authors tell their stories, as well as the spiteful characters that encompass them, help me recall memories from before They show me that not every action has to be grand to be considered special, and in fact sometimes, the greatest acts of heroism come from the compassion every day people show each other Still, because of its fantastical nature, I would recommend it to fans of Cassandra Clare and Suzanne Collins

  2. Katy Katy says:

    The overall quality of these stories is really great, but I did have a few special favorites Alancia s Dance was my favorite of the collection, with Cry of the Cave Lion a close second, but I also especially liked The Hero Feat of Hannah Helstrom, In Plain Sight, The Demon Monkeys, Sweet Basil, A Fiery Gift, and Sacrifice to the Iara The best thing about this anthology is the variation of stories in the hero theme, so there will be something to appeal to all tastes A few of the stories were v The overall quality of these stories is really great, but I did have a few special favorites Alancia s Dance was my favorite of the collection, with Cry of the Cave Lion a close second, but I also especially liked The Hero Feat of Hannah Helstrom, In Plain Sight, The Demon Monkeys, Sweet Basil, A Fiery Gift, and Sacrifice to the Iara The best thing about this anthology is the variation of stories in the hero theme, so there will be something to appeal to all tastes A few of the stories were very well written, but the story or situation wasn t my cuppa tea Taste in stories, like all the arts, is subjective I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fantasy, no matter the genre

  3. R.J. Rodda R.J. Rodda says:

    An enjoyable anthology I have not read all the stories but here are some comments on a few When I read , I will update this Alancia s Dance I liked this It s the story of a slave bull dancer and an awkward inventor against an evil king and a retelling of the Labryinth and Minotaur legend.The Hero Feat of Hannah Helstrom Poor Hannah is the weakest of the superheroes with only one talent self healing plus a whole lot of stubbornness Will that be enough to save the day An engaging n An enjoyable anthology I have not read all the stories but here are some comments on a few When I read , I will update this Alancia s Dance I liked this It s the story of a slave bull dancer and an awkward inventor against an evil king and a retelling of the Labryinth and Minotaur legend.The Hero Feat of Hannah Helstrom Poor Hannah is the weakest of the superheroes with only one talent self healing plus a whole lot of stubbornness Will that be enough to save the day An engaging narrative voice.In plain sight An amusing tale of a children s entertainer who has fallen on hard times but is a hero against evil The superhero publicist the story of a publicist with a super villain who wants to change his image Humorous Sweet Basil this is a heart warming story of a girl risking herself to heal others Living dragon tattoo.And Only the Eyes of Children a half Fae protects humans A lovely twist at the end.Not Quite a Hero A hero or is he Dana is desperate to protect her father and save her town so she contacts a man not a nice man to help But is thereto Jayden then he seems And what will Dana do when forced to face the monster herself Gem a boy literally saving the world I really liked this River s edge ransom this felt like the beginning of a much larger book The Demon Monkeys a heart warming endingLeticia s song a competent flipped story about a princess rescuing her prince The MC doesn t tell the story.Save the Day A fun zany kind of read about a girl and her best friend She thinks she s a loser but discovers she isn t.Finn MacRorie and the River Dragon Larger than life hero in a sweet tale.The Ungifted Twin a well crafted story of a girl who thinks she is ungifted This unfolds in an intriguing way

  4. Just Jordan Just Jordan says:

    My favorite stories were Alancia s Dance, Superhero Publicist, Gem, Teamwork, and Not Quite a Hero They not only kept my attention all the way through, but I really enjoyed them and thought they were well written I also liked Sweet Basil, The Tale of Sir Ronan of Camelot, A Fiery Gift, and Boy of Sand and Sky The Love Talker was definitely well written and kept my attention, but my personal taste doesn t care much for for that type of story I ll remember these ones, and will likely re read My favorite stories were Alancia s Dance, Superhero Publicist, Gem, Teamwork, and Not Quite a Hero They not only kept my attention all the way through, but I really enjoyed them and thought they were well written I also liked Sweet Basil, The Tale of Sir Ronan of Camelot, A Fiery Gift, and Boy of Sand and Sky The Love Talker was definitely well written and kept my attention, but my personal taste doesn t care much for for that type of story I ll remember these ones, and will likely re read them at some point

  5. Sherry Sherry says:

    Awesome set of stories Each of these authors has provided a great story you will not be disappointed I ve found several new favorites here.

  6. Peggy McAloon Peggy McAloon says:

    I have been on a three day adventure, reading the 27 tales in this anthology based on enchanting worlds and incredible characters you will care about long after you finish the stories I only hope I can do justice to the authors in my Hall of Heroes review I found the writing to be well edited, clean, strong, and professional This 419 page collection will delight you from beginning to end.All of the stories will satisfy your love of fantasy and the wonderful creatures we have grown to love Yo I have been on a three day adventure, reading the 27 tales in this anthology based on enchanting worlds and incredible characters you will care about long after you finish the stories I only hope I can do justice to the authors in my Hall of Heroes review I found the writing to be well edited, clean, strong, and professional This 419 page collection will delight you from beginning to end.All of the stories will satisfy your love of fantasy and the wonderful creatures we have grown to love You ll find jealous Kings and slaves who bend to a point under an iron rule From the deadly Minotaur to the Merfolk, your reading nook will be catapulted into enchantment from beginning to end There are Magicians and monsters, mechanical dolls, and creatures who live in mountains, valleys, and forests Are you sure there aren t some near your house You ll find yourself cheering for the heroes as they thwart the monsters intent on snatching our children Perhaps you ll decide you also want to be gifted in one of the seven magic schools Would you become a Destroyer, Shapeshifter, Conjurer, Minder, Seeker, Guardian, or Healer The choice may or may not be yours The imaginations of the authors will thrill you as you encounter dolls who seem alive and water sprites that can t exist, can they I found the depths and complexities of the short stories were intriguing, making it truly a jewel you won t want to put down.The best part Each story was vastly different from the ones before, and I was able to sample the writing styles of fantasy authors I hadn t previously read

  7. Scott Scott says:

    Hall of Heroes an anthology is great If you like fantasy your going to love this 27 stories from 23 author s with stories that vary from fairytale to steam link to Arthurian there s no doubt you will find stories you love This book is only 422 pages so it s a pretty quick read as a whole So if you like your stories to shift urban landscapes to magical realms your in luck because it s all here I enjoyed every story although somethan others , but overall this book is an easy 5 star Hall of Heroes an anthology is great If you like fantasy your going to love this 27 stories from 23 author s with stories that vary from fairytale to steam link to Arthurian there s no doubt you will find stories you love This book is only 422 pages so it s a pretty quick read as a whole So if you like your stories to shift urban landscapes to magical realms your in luck because it s all here I enjoyed every story although somethan others , but overall this book is an easy 5 stars just on variety alone The world building and main characters are definitely a plus So if your looking for a book full of good varied stories pick this up and give it a try you will not be disappointed that you did

  8. Krista Wagner Krista Wagner says:

    First, let me preface by saying that all of these stories were excellently edited I also must say you get A LOT for your money here These are not superficial stories these are in depth and complex worlds that you will find.As a whole, and especially for someone who prefers suspense or YA realistic fiction, I enjoyed some of the stories, though some I appreciated a bitthan others, and some I didn t relate to at all Here is a breakdown of my experience.1 Alancia s Dance The story had s First, let me preface by saying that all of these stories were excellently edited I also must say you get A LOT for your money here These are not superficial stories these are in depth and complex worlds that you will find.As a whole, and especially for someone who prefers suspense or YA realistic fiction, I enjoyed some of the stories, though some I appreciated a bitthan others, and some I didn t relate to at all Here is a breakdown of my experience.1 Alancia s Dance The story had spark, but there wasn t any real development with the guy and the romance seemed hasty and unrealistic.2 The Hero Feat of Hannah Helstrom Less focus on regeneration than I expected I was also thrown off by the POV as it seemed to come from a male s perspective.3 In Plain Sight I was surprised by how accepting the town was of Zampini s dolls they re abnormal and supernatural but everyone treats them like they are nothing extraordinary I also didn t get the point of the ogre s role Arthur Daigle s author note is confusing too Arthur Daigle is the author no jokes, please, he s heard them all I don t know what he means.4 Finn MacRorie and the River Dragon This was an interesting little tale and it works quite nicely and magically I was confused about the woman not being her Ma, though.5 Little Victories This was a fun little tale that concentrated effectively on Shea s talents.6 And Only the Eyes of Children There was a bit too much telling and not enough showing in this one, which made connecting to the character difficult.7 The Demon Monkeys This tale has so much bigness and depth in i1, I was impressed by how much Silverberry was able to implement in such a short piece a very heavy life changing world.8 Superhero Publicist There was a nice message to this unique tale, a lesson we could all use about kindness and a change of heart.9 Sweet Basil This was dynamic story that emphasizes pain a curse successfully I was confused why the MC was hungry as this wasn t explained.10 Darkness Follows the Light I had a hard time with this one as the first several pages spells out every non essential detail This piece was pretty dark too, but it comes with a satisfying ending.11.Josiah U Bear The writing style of this story is quite sophisticated There is a bit of a political slant to it and some confusion with the MC s loyalty.12 River s Edge Ransom The characters are full of spark in this one,and there s a lot at stake I would have likedof an understanding as to why Jackson despises his sister.13 The Love Talker This story was put together well, as a cautionary tale, though the message seemed to have the mom s own personal reasons for her warning, which were never explored.14 Gem A unique look at a young boy with amazing abilities Conte shows us how important a person s compassion for others is.15 Leticia s Song This one starts out a bit awkwardly as I am unsure of the motives behind the characters or the direction we are supposed to go As you get deeper into the plot, a purpose unfolds, though I don t understand why a certain man teased a woman previously or how that relationship ever changed.16 The Wooden Ruler I couldn t connect to this story it felt too abstract I didn t see how things were connecting, these two different world.17 The Tale of Sir Ronan of Camelot A serious cautionary tale that surprised me Why would you sell your soul to the devil Thankfully, this one finds a happy ending.18 A Fiery Gift A bit too much telling The otter is suddenly introduced pages after it has been discussed, but not clarified Outside these two problems, the story is unique and it showcases a girl s special place in this world.19 The Hero of Emoh A Parent s Fairytale Excellently spun together The descriptions of the characters are vivid and one can t help but feel the terror of the child 20.Sacrifice to the Lara This tale was cohesive and full of intrigue.21 Charla Visits Earth What an engaging story A mermaid, a boy, and two worlds colliding Charla was delightfully ignorant and so the reader feels swept up in her child like innocence One thing that threw me was her sudden regret and belief that a certain man might be bad as it came out of nowhere.22 Cry of the Cave Lion I didn t get the purpose of the lion I couldn t relate to the direction of the story as it seemed off.23 Save the Day This has a great lesson in looking past your disdain for someone and becoming a martyr for your own enemy I enjoyed the two MCs in this one and the treacherous terrain they traveled.24 Boy of Sand and Sky What a precious story about a gifted boy who we should all love but who is up against the world s hate and intolerance This was written with a special skill set that allowed us to adore a newfangled boy who changes the lives of a small world forever.25 Teamwork Excellent story from a dog s perspective Scary Edgy Fulfilling.26 The Ungifted Twin An interesting story that foregrounds two strong willed twins we get a sweet sense of sibling love and fun and find a sense of certainty that all will be well even when there is danger.27 Not Quite a Hero Very descriptive and vivid with a strange and different kind of villain

  9. Ami Ami says:

    This is an amazing and unique collection of short stories I am very familiar with anthologies, some of my favorite authors have been found in such Therefore, I must explain Hall of Heroes is unique Until now every anthology I ve ever read has at least one 5 star story Usually, at least half are 4 or 5 stars and there are at least one story that s nothan 2 stars But, Hall of Heroes is filled completely with 4 an 5 star tales Some deserve their very own series and the authors of most o This is an amazing and unique collection of short stories I am very familiar with anthologies, some of my favorite authors have been found in such Therefore, I must explain Hall of Heroes is unique Until now every anthology I ve ever read has at least one 5 star story Usually, at least half are 4 or 5 stars and there are at least one story that s nothan 2 stars But, Hall of Heroes is filled completely with 4 an 5 star tales Some deserve their very own series and the authors of most of those have anticipated my desires by writing those very series I not only am totally satisfied with this book, I now have severalto look forward to reading As I m sure you can tell, I highly recommend it and know you will enjoy it as well

  10. Jolyn Jolyn says:

    Come meet 27 interesting heroes Don t miss this awesome collection of 27 very different fantasy stories Each one tells a unique story about some sort of hero Some are traditional heroes although I don t recall if any actually wore capes Some are reluctant heroes And some might cause you to question whether the hero is actually a hero The thing the I found most fascinating about all the stories was that each one kept me engaged even though it was short I enjoyed reading it and yet it made Come meet 27 interesting heroes Don t miss this awesome collection of 27 very different fantasy stories Each one tells a unique story about some sort of hero Some are traditional heroes although I don t recall if any actually wore capes Some are reluctant heroes And some might cause you to question whether the hero is actually a hero The thing the I found most fascinating about all the stories was that each one kept me engaged even though it was short I enjoyed reading it and yet it made me think about what constitutes a hero.One word of caution regarding younger readers While none of the stories in this anthology contain romantic sex, sexual violence is intended by the bad guys in And Only The Eyes of Children and Teamwork The hero saves the day before anything happens but there is enough discussion to know what was intended Also Darkness Follows the Light does not have sexual abuse but there is some pretty significant malevolence towards young kids that is very creepy and I would not want to read to young kids Of course I don t like Hansel and Gretel either.One final note I found myself desiring to go check out other works by the 23 authors in the anthology so be forewarned that your to be read pile will probably grow as mine has after reading this anthology

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