This is a fanfiction based on The Elder Scrolls series of video games and incorporates the worlds from Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim. An Enchanting Tale is free, thus eliminating any copyright infringement. This novel is not intended for profit.
S'maash is a young dark elf bent on making new discoveries in the field of enchanting. After discouraging words form his fellow mages, S'maash and his brother, S'maath, venture into the dwemer ruin of Dmalzthur in an effort to discern just how the deep elves crafted items such as Volendrung, Keening, and Sunder, yet they find only death and ash in the ancient ruin. S'maash then travels into Cyrodiil, hoping to find some clues on the ayleids' enchanting practices. When things go awry in the ruin of Anutwyll, S'maash makes his final move into Skyrim, joins the College of Winterhold, and finds himself on a quest for the Daedric Prince of Knowledge, Hermaeus Mora.
The daemon sets the dunmer on a path to reforge the Heart of Lorkhan, meet the dwemer in their new city of Xranthrnl, and eventually break ground on unknown forms of enchanting. This is the perfect addition to The Elder Scrolls.
Amazing Combination of 3 Great Video Game Titles.
This book was absolutely amazing. I couldn’t put it down and I would find myself reading more than eating! In my opinion Aaron Dennis did an amazing job and combining the three Elder Scrolls titles: Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim. This was accomplished by meshing together major events that occurred in all three games and keeping true to the timeline. I really enjoyed how the book made me feel as if I was in that universe and in Tamriel (and beyond) along with S’maash. It was a great story and I hope Mr. Dennis will contemplate composing another Elder Scrolls fan fiction for us to enjoy. It is a great story and an exciting read for anyone that enjoyed the Elder Scrolls series and even for those oblivious to this great series. I highly recommend! Thank you.
Mystery, Action & Amusing References
The author of the book is clearly a lover of Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim. References in lore and amusing quotes are made from all three, and possibly ES1, ES2 & ESO (I haven’t played them). The story is full of intertwining lore mystery and action scenes that reflect Skyrim-esque quests and combat. The writing is B grade and has occasional typos to remind you it’s fanfiction, but it was worth reading through to the end. I recommend to any Elder Scrolls nerd!
This, is the absolute best book ever!! : ) : )