Reviews of the Dark Tower

These are links to some reviews/blog entries for the Dark Tower:

Hannah Young review in Mass of Ages magazine, Summer 2017: “The Dark Tower, the second of Donal Foley’s The Glaston Chronicles, is a work of fantasy following in the footsteps of authors such as J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis; as well as subtly alluding to the old legends of King Arthur, who, after fighting to protect Albion from evils both human and supernatural, will, like the archetypal Christ-figure, return from his resting place at Avalon – for Avalon read Glastonbury – when Albion’s need is greatest.”

Mary Ann Kreitzer of Les Femmes – The Truth blog, reviews The Dark Tower: “Foley’s second episode of the Glaston Chronicles, The Dark Tower, continues the adventures of English teens Luke and Annie Martin and their American cousin Matt Bergin. …Foley offers an exciting adventure with many perils, including a frightening final scene that illustrates the importance of the four last things: death, judgment, heaven, or hell. Young adults will likely find the book riveting.”