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Shield and Sword Paperback – April 19, 2012
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Often, the things we fear the most are the things we cannot see. The Evil spoken of in this story is illusive at times, but does appear. It's then you will see that he isn't a fantasy figure that your subconscious can just brush off, but a very real character that comes from an infinitely dark place. Like being at the front of the roller coaster, you will meet him 'in the first person'.
My biggest problem was it was written in first person and because of that fact i felt it lack the detail and dimension this story could have had. My only other issue was the main bad guy that haunts the family had very little air time throughout the story and though the "idea" of him was often talked about, He himself hardly ever showed up and when he did it was vague.
The ending was poetic and sealed the deal for me to want to read book 2.
Watch for this guys Bryce A Baker he will likely become one of the greats.