Everville: The Fall of Brackenbone

Everville: The Fall of Brackenbone

Everville: The Fall of Brackenbone

 Everville: The Fall of Brackenbone


I’ve been a fantasy book lover since back in high school when Terry Brooks came out with his Shannara series.  I read every since one of of his books up to about 2008.  When Roy Huff, the author of Everville: The Fall of Brackenbone, asked me to review his book, he peaked my curiosity. 

I sat down on a Saturday morning to start reading while I colored my hair and didn’t stop reading (except to wash the color out) until I finished the book.  Yep, it was THAT good. 

Everville:  The Fall of Brackenbone is book four in the Everville series.  After reading The Fall of Brackenbone, I was sorry that I hadn’t read the first three books in the series so that I could have a proper introduction to the characters, however, it wasn’t necessary to read the first three books. 

The epic novels are set in Easton Falls, found in New England, which I really can appreciate having grown up there, and in Everville, a land in another time and dimension.  The main character and hero is Owen Sage, a young man, who is a college freshman.  It is a good vs. evil story with dragons, humans, and a myriad of other unusual and likeable (or not so likeable) characters. 

While the Everville series is directed to the young adult population, it’s a great series for anyone who loves fantasy. Huff writes for every reader, regardless of their age or gender.  This is a story you won’t have to worry about your kids reading.  There’s no language or sexual situations.  It’s completely clean.

I highly recommend Everville:  The Fall of Brackenbone and the Everville series for YA and adults alike.  And, you’re in luck because it’s available today!  You can get your very own copy of all of the Everville books by clicking the Amazon link below.

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5 thoughts on “Everville: The Fall of Brackenbone

  1. Sounds like it would be an awesome read. I think my God daughter (best friends daughter) would like it. She is 13 and really loves to read. I may even give it a read 😉

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