Book Review: Down the Dragon Hole: A Tale of the School of Spells & War, Book 1 by Morgon Newquist

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I’m not a big “genre” guy, whether it comes to movies, music, or books. If I like something, I like something, regardless of whether it ticks all of the boxes for “fantasy” or “sci-fi” or “horror.”

That said, I do enjoy a good fantasy from time to time, and I recently finished one, Down the Dragon Hole: A Tale of the School of Spells & War by Morgon Newquist.

Morgon and her husband Russell run the independent publishing company Silver Empire, and are both authors. In fact, it is through Russell that I came across the term “superversive.”

And in the interests of full disclosure, I have to let you know that I have become friends with both Morgon and Russell online over the past year.

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Morgon Newquist

With that out of the way, on to the review. Continue reading “Book Review: Down the Dragon Hole: A Tale of the School of Spells & War, Book 1 by Morgon Newquist”