My #BookReview of Tallis Steelyard, Deep waters, and other stories by Jim Webster

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Tallis Steelyard, Deep waters, and other stories by JIm Webster

I really enjoyed reading Tallis Steelyard, Deep waters, and other stories by Jim Webster. The writing style, to me, feels like I’m reading stories from the 1800s in England or Europe. Yet, as you continue to read, you realize this is a fictional world thus it is fantasy and not historical fiction.

This book is a collection of stories told by Tallis Steelyard of his adventures around his home town of Port Naain in the Land of the Three Seas. From painting portraits in a garden to the business of catching and selling fish, no topic goes without a little moral to the story.

I rate it five stars! Feel free to read and make your own determination. You can download it from US Amazon or UK Amazon. Naturally, you could, while you’re there, see if any other book by Jim Webster catches your fancy.

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