The Storyteller’s Wife is beautifully written. It’s full of life, both mundane and magical, and packs more vivid imagery and truth into a short space than many bloated fantasy novels fail to do.
—John Dodds, Adventures in Sci Fi Publishing
Author Eugie Foster has consistently used words to craft vibrant mental images in past stories, and this tale is no exception. The story is replete with intense visuals…At its core, “The Storyteller’s Wife” is a love story, but the early elements that hint at suicide, and the sinister nature of the denizens of Faerie add a dark element that enriches the story.
—Michael Gabriel Bailey, Tangent