Nice review of Sker House by Dan Cheely at the Haunted House Project. Cheers, Dan!
What is an epic? When I think of “epics,” I think of kingdoms, knights and warriors. I think of castles and magical caves. I think of a fictional place from a long time ago in a place far away. I think of Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter. All that said; let me move on to the book under review. There’s something about C.M. Saunder’s novel Sker House that has me classifying it as an epic and yet, it has none of the aforementioned items. I need some help. Let me consult the ever-reliable online dictionary of Merriam-Webster.
Yes! The dictionary came through like a charm! It gave me a definition I can use:
Extending beyond the usual or ordinary especially in size and scope.
The definition fits. Sker House is a rich tale goes beyond the ordinary.
It’s not that it’s a long book…
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