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Sunday, July 02, 2006

TAMSHI'S IMP by Jonathan Fesmire

Genre: Fiction/Fantasy
Rating: Good
ISBN: 1411637186, $15.95, 256 pp, 2005

Another high fantasy by Jonathan Fesmire, and I quote from the back cover:

"Tamshi Telardian just had an epiphany. Her memories are gone and she’s been serving an arch-demon bent on destroying the true gods. Further, her ice imp familiar vanished in the confusion. How can a simple sorceress stop an entire cult, let alone an ancient demon lord?"

"Jonathan Fesmire continues to grow as the fantasist of the new generation. Tamshi’s Imp is a blend of magic and mayhem, heartbreak and heroism, sorcery and suspense, but at its heart, it’s also a story of redemption and the undying power of love. It is an adventure not to be missed!" writes James Clemens, author of Wit’ch Gate.

Tamshi’s quest in search of her memories and the truth makes for a delightful, fantasical read for children of all ages.

As I said in my previous review of Jonathan’s Children of Rhatlan, the author is a gifted writer and artist with a rich imagination. The uniquely beautiful cover of this book is also by Jonathan and a fine example of his artistic talents.

Other books by Jonathan Fesmire include Children of Rhatlan, Seeds of Vision and Amber in the Over World. For more information about Jonathan, his writing and his art, you can visit him at

Reviewed by Kaye Trout - July 2, 2006 - Copyright


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