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5.0 out of 5 starsDeeper Characterization and Backstory to a Wonderful World
Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2016
As a fantasy author, I can truthfully say that Davis Ashura is one of my favorite fantasy authors. I'm so glad I discovered this series. SFA is a collection of short stories that give greater insight and depth into the world of Arisa and many characters you might not get as much face time as you would like in the full length novels. Each of the 4 stories delivers comedy, intrigue, action, or just plain good thought-provoking prose. I both listened to and read these collection. Nick Pohdel continues to be a perfect match as a voice for this content. If you're a fan of the Castes and the OutCastes, Stories From Arisa is a must have! You'll find yourself wanting to go back and re-read the series to see where all these stories fit in to the overarching plot.
5.0 out of 5 starsExcellent short-story collection
Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2014
Stories from Arisa is another excellent read from the author of the Castes and Outcastes series that began with A Warrior’s Path last year. This book has many of the same features that made that book such a good read. Stories from Arisa has characters with their own distinct personalities and motivations, and readers are provided with lush descriptions of the world in which those characters live. There are also elements of the surprise plot twists that are rapidly becoming a hallmark of author Davis Ashura. This collection of short stories provided some background for the characters in A Warrior’s Path. Including the first chapter of the second full book in the series, A Warrior’s Knowledge, is a nice touch, and demonstrates that the trilogy will be memorable. My only regret is that there are not more Stories from Arisa in this book.