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Sarah Ash has many plans for the world of Artamon. She plans to write a "vingt ans apres" trilogy to the original Artamon trilogy. This will be a great addition as many readers will be able to find out what ramifications happened on the world of Artamon after the events of the Alchymist's Legacy duology and the Tears of Artamon trilogy. However at the current time due to the recession there is no immediate date for this project.
Another project Sarah Ash has mentioned is the writing of a trilogy set 140 years before the events of the Artamon trilogy. It would focus on Kasper Linnaius, perhaps the most enigmatic character of the entire saga, as he is part-scholar, part mage, and could be the scariest person in the whole series of books. It has also been hinted that this trilogy might feature dragons as a part of the world setting.
Artikkelin kirjoittaja kehuu Sarah Ashia tällä tavalla:
For every reader their beloved author’s books are like Beethoven’s symphonies, once hearkened they become delectably addictive, a similar case presides here as well! Sarah Ash’s writing style is very lyrical and lucid and often features a vast array of characters that showcase the whole spectrum of humanity, the whitish-hued, the blackish-toned and largely the grayish-scaled. She shows humanity as they are; a flawed species but capable of greatness and ghastliness at the same time. The intrigue and twists in her tales might not be the same as compared to George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, however in my mind and in those of her countless fans, they have a special place and are just as enticing to read. Her works are mostly comparable to those by James Clemens, Robin Hobb and David Gemmell for their similarity in vivid storytelling, competent characterization and broad spectrum of emotions displayed.