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To say I loved "Chains of Gwyndorr," is putting it lightly. I didn't expect to grow attached to the characters such as Andreo and definitely Tessor. Her story made me cry and I think she became one of my favorite characters, despite being one of my least favorite in the beginning. I bonded with Shara and Nicho in ways I wasn't prepared for.
I wasn't quite sure what I had expected when starting this book, but I will say it is has quickly became one of my favorite series (even though the rest is not out yet). The romance was perfect, the bad guy was perfect in his villain ways, the setting, the mystery. Yeah, I could just keep going as I did this morning when telling my husband all about this wonderful story. Granted, I did also share my desire to hit Shara upside the head and be like, "What are you doing!!?" because of some of her poor choices.
I highly recommend this book to fantasy readers of any age and can't wait for book two. Do yourself a favor and read it. You won't regret it.
*(I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts expressed are my own and was not required to write a positive review.)*
W. Somerset Maugham wrote, “When I read a book, I seem to read it with my eyes only, but now and then I come across a passage, perhaps only a phrase, which has a meaning for me, and it becomes part of me.” (Of Human Bondage) As I read Chains of Gywndorr, this quote resonated with me. I cared about the heart-sore struggles and shameful and terrifying oppression of the Parashi people, the subjugated race in the story. I was horrified by the treatment of Tessor, the forgotten. I cheered for Nicho as he sought to bring words to life as he tutored the Parashi young, giving them knowledge and understanding. The characters of Chains of Gywndorr each had their own unique story to tell and in so doing brought meaning to me.
I heartily recommend Chains of Gwyndorr to not only those who enjoy reading fantasy, but to those who appreciate excellent story-telling!
Pick up a copy! You won’t be able to put Chains of Gwyndoor down, once you do!
The book was fast-paced and difficult to put down. Well worth reading!