|The Etymology of Fire||97,360||338|
|The Faire Folk of Gideon||113,138||374|
|The Magic Flute||120,453||418|
"[Tourist Hunter] was certainly [an] entertaining and unique read. I was hooked from the get go and very excited when I discovered that the author has a fantastic writing style and a voice that is perfectly suited for the genre. This is a good book. The author has done a great job with strong, fast pacing that doesn’t lag and an equally great job of realistic dialogue that also presents with a nice mix of dialogue and narrative. This was just simply a solid entry." –Judge, 25th Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards
"The connection to Macbeth is not immediately evident, which is quite a good thing and though that play may have been the book's inspiration, Pyrrhic Kingdom stands entirely on its own as quite a fascinating example of expressionist, even avant garde fantasy/horror. Keith D. Jones has an extraordinary talent and a voice to be reckoned with, eschewing the accepted standards of genre writing even as he explores much of the familiar territory of genre storytelling." –Judge, 22nd Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards
Before the Magic Flute was broken, dragons were feared. Dragons raged. Dragons had to be destroyed. Except one doubted the truth of his eyes. One would seek history to reveal truth beyond lies.
Close your eyes. Maybe they won't notice you. You cannot hope to understand the faire folk. Only survive them.
"[The Magic Flute] is a true epic in a fantasy world. The characters were fascinating and the descriptions of the settings were extremely well-done and imaginitive. I would think all readers of fantasy would find this enjoyable." –Judge, 8th Annual Writer's Digest National Self-Published Book Awards