Seattle Pacific University’s newspaper – The Falcon – on “Auralia’s Colors”

October 17, 2007

Book reviewer Brandon Sullivan has written a review of Auralia’s Colors, and it’s out this week in the new issue of The Falcon, the newspaper stacked high at every crossroads on the campus of Seattle Pacific University.

Thanks for the enthusiasm, Brandon! 

It starts like this:

Take a look at the fantasy and science fiction shelves at your local bookstore, and you’ll notice a population of riveting adventures with titles that sound like “Dragon Flight: Path of Dawn,” “Flight of Dawn: Path of Dragon,” and the ever-popular, “Dawn of Dragon: Flying the Path: The Sequel.”

The number of truly original flights of fantasy could be counted by Frodo with only one hand — the one that’s missing a couple of fingers.

Last month, a newcomer by the name of Auralia arrived on the shelves, and unlike her clichéd cousins, she breathed new life into the bookstores rather than sucking it away.

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2 Responses to “Seattle Pacific University’s newspaper – The Falcon – on “Auralia’s Colors””

  1. trent Says:

    I think Frodo’s only missing one finger.

    Fro-do….of the four fingers….

  2. Brandon Says:

    I think it was Frodo of the nine fingers in the book, but didn’t Gollum bite off two in the movie?

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