Review of “The Case Files of Aldicus Vescard”

I had not even realized it, but Readers’ Favorite book review site has a five-star review up for The Case Files of Aldicus Vescard. That’s exciting!

Just to quote a few points from the review:

The Case Files of Aldicus Vescard has strong echoes of Sherlock Holmes, mixed with magic and steampunk adventure. Set in the Clockwork City of Corradon, it follows Aldicus, a once powerful and conceited mage who has lost his powers but has not lost his ability to see through all subterfuge, pursuing justice to its source no matter where that might be.

This is the first book I’ve read by Mark William Chase, but it will not be the last. The Case Files of Aldicus Vescard starts as a love note to Sherlock Holmes. It immediately feels warm and engaging, but it quickly transports you into a world of incredible imagination.

Honestly, I don’t know what the reviewer means by “a love note to Sherlock Holmes.” I can assure you, there is no such love note in the stories. Regardless, the review is very nice, and if you want to read the review in its entirety, you can do so on the Readers’ Favorite website.

Of course, be sure to pick up a copy (ebook or print) of The Case Files of Aldicus Vescard on Amazon today.