Fall of the Green Land by J. G. Follansbee (Book Review #929)


Fall of the green land is an action-adventure fantasy story set thousand years in the future. It begins with Dame Lancelot du-Lac a knight on a quest to capture a rare and dangerous questing beast, and Sir Percival Rathkeale, a knight of the Viridian Round Table, who happens to meet her as he wanders lost and starving in a dark forest. Percival is the last survivor of an expedition to find the lost Grail. The journey continues as he is brought before Arturus III and his council, telling them a fragmented tale of the purported site of the Grail.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The characters and settings of the story were filled with wonder, excitement, adventure, and thrill. All elements of science fiction, adventure, dystopian natured material, and post-apocalyptic notions are embodied in this storyline. It was easy to bond with the characters. Percival’s personality was fascinating to me. The cover design of the book and the formatting of the manuscript were presented well.

I believe all of the rich descriptive storytelling was what pulled the story together. The author did a splendid job making sure the story had a nice flow to it and kept the reader going. I look forward to reading more from this author.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes fantasy, sci-fi, and adventure books.

Written by Jeyran Main

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