The Witch s Price A man responsible for the downfall of a nation The nation responsible for the downfall of a man Mhets and six other greedy men quested to steal the Chained God s treasure They were successful The gods

  • Title: The Witch's Price
  • Author: S.M. White
  • ISBN: 9781490501444
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • A man responsible for the downfall of a nation The nation responsible for the downfall of a man.Mhets and six other greedy men quested to steal the Chained God s treasure They were successful The gods, in their fury, took the lives of Mhets companions one at a time, and now seek to snuff out the remaining thief To survive, and to further spite the divine for their parA man responsible for the downfall of a nation The nation responsible for the downfall of a man.Mhets and six other greedy men quested to steal the Chained God s treasure They were successful The gods, in their fury, took the lives of Mhets companions one at a time, and now seek to snuff out the remaining thief To survive, and to further spite the divine for their part in taking the love of his life, Mhets finds refuge in a witch s hand But the vile deal he enters into promises nothing but trouble Sorcerers, mercenaries, and death wait on the horizon as he moves to complete his end of the terrible bargain Journeying at the behest of the witch, Mhets learns just how black his heart has become, and how that darkness inside him might spell salvation for the world The Lonely Man The Witch s Price starts the tales of Mhets Sorrowbringer, a man wronged and angered in life He owns a past riddled with atrocity, betrayal, and death, but here is where his true story starts Here is where the man called Mirthless Mhets begins to write his legend.

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    About “S.M. White

    1. S.M. White says:

      I have done many things and few things with my life One of the things I have not done is come up with a biography that somehow reflects my skills as a writer This I shall now try.I have read a metric ton of text in my life You could probably crush a dozen men beneath the weight I have studied creative writing at Spalding University, which turns out is simply reading and writing I thought that was nice I have spent countless hours watching fantasy films, at times awed and at other times disappointed I have held swords and shields and dead things I once undertook a daunting quest to recover the stolen car keys to my mother s station wagon Maidens have handed me favors ranging from bracelets to perfume drenched letters to lengths of fake hair When I encounter dragons, I keep my wits about me and my gold coins close I am a liar I am a thief I have stolen words out of men s mouths and claimed them as fictional musings My friends often question me on my whereabouts they seldom check Medieval Outfitters I am not a serious person of this, I am serious I spent my formative years training myself to be a ninja In this I can don dark clothing and climb the tallest trees, I can do a front roll and a cartwheel, and I can fashion a smoke bomb from a tennis ball and match heads If you were to ask me a question I would instantly become evasive and confusing mostly as a product of my uncertainty, but also because I m super mysterious.Say something poignant, the Internet says.Very well I have won many insignificant things and have lost many precious things This, I feel, is important It is one thing to hold an object in your hand knowing its worth is a paltry measure in regards to what you might have been holding This idea of loss is a vibrant and living thing It lets you see that what is offered is not always what should be taken, and that what should be taken is hardly ever offered And there waits cynicism, the most powerful of writerly attributes If you don t know hopelessness, or dejection, or heart ache, you do not know conflict Pain can be observed on television, or read about in the paper But to live it, that it what molds a heart and moves a soul My writing can be dark and terrible and harsh This is not a product of formal training, or awards, or degrees It is a result of my humanness, of my longing to understand agony and love and how the two survive in the same world My stories are studies of the human heart, of humanity s need for good, and of the dreadful movements of evil as done by minds capable of love.My stories are a study of myself To all those who read about me, thank you.



    2 thoughts on “The Witch's Price

    1. “’With tears and rage am I called…I am called by throats that have gone raw with screaming. I am called by wailing babes who cannot yet speak or curse a name. Bu you I am called grandfather. By my enemies I am called death…I am Mhets Sorrowbringer, and my sword goes to the man with the most coin.’”This novel, while short and of the fantasy genre, is defined by its pretentiousness. While not a bad thing in many regards, the dramatics can be a bit overwhelming at times, from the mediev [...]

    2. I'll definitely grant this: S. M. White's writing is beautiful. He effortlessly weaves description, mood, and setting and has a very unique voice. He would do well to author many more fantasy books using such a talented writing style. S. M. White and fantasy go well together, like wine and cheese.This book seems to be based in medieval times, and S. M. White conveys it well. Hence, I am viewing it through the prism of those times, with the darkness and more simple times that existed back then.Ho [...]

    3. I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.S.M. White is a writer. He beautifully crafts a dark tale that draws you in to every scene with lovely (or horrifying) descriptions, setting the scene perfectly. The description fills out slow moving scenes in a way that makes them come to life, and keeps the action bright and full of flavour in the fast-moving scenes. Despite the fact that I loved S.M. White's writing I didn't like this book. Despite the good description, nothing stood ou [...]

    4. This is a tale in the tradition of classic sword and sorcery. Adventure and capers abound, wrapped in a quest for redemption. Of course, there's also the meddling of sorcerers and ancient magics.S.M. White has created a grand yarn and has set the stage for a world full of peril and wonder.

    5. I was surprised to come across yet another short fantasy book (compared to what I usually read), but at least this time it felt like the length was appropriate. I did not put the book down with a sense that more had been needed, instead it felt just right. So once again, if you are looking for something less daunting than the typical fantasy fare, here’s something of manageable length. Not just that but White’s prose is truly a pleasure to read. I felt like his was the elusive perfect balanc [...]

    6. I received a copy of this book for free through First Reads.This book made me want to cry. Not for anything in the story line, or because of bad writing, but because there are just so many errors.The Lonely Man: The Witch's Price has the potential to become a classic it needs some serious polishing though. Spelling errors abound the most annoying of which was the use of "alter" when "altar" should have been used instead.I found some of the phrasing jarring. I could have forgiven it, had it been [...]

    7. This story is about Mhets Sorrowbringer a stealth warrior who has taken from the gods with some companions and had tried to save the love of his life only to find that the king had disposed of her before he could pay for her release. Mhets became enraged and brought on the onslaught of everyone evil in the town a true massacre. His comrades were slowly taken from the death god due to the stealing of their treasure and as Mhets goes along his way he knows death will be knocking but his side kick [...]

    8. I found The Witch's Price a unique take on a fantasy novel. I thought it was easy to read with some nice descriptions. The ending wasodd. It did feel a little abrupt and unfinished compared to the rest of the novel. The rest of the book was well written and interesting enough that I will keep an eye out for the second book. I received this book for free through First Reads.

    9. The Witch's Price is a pretty good book. The writing is a bit sloppy especially in the beginning but it matures by the end and even has a few great moments. The story and characterizations are a bit predictable but done well enough that it isn't a problem.

    10. The Witch's Price is a well-written, exciting, profound Fantasy tale, within which S.M. White intensively explores psychological, emotional, and philosophical depths in extensively developed characters--which can't be said of the typical Fantasy novel. Highly recommended!

    11. this book was so confusing to me. I see a great story underneath it all. I just couldn't dig through the over descriptions and plot slips to uncover it.

    12. I won a copy of The Witch's Price, by SM White. I read a few pages and had to put it down.The end.

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