- File Size: 2490 KB
- Print Length: 212 pages
- Publisher: Golbin Publishing; 2 edition (May 23, 2014)
- Publication Date: May 23, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007UPEXP6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Another thing that I really enjoyed about Demoniac Dance was towards the end when we found out where exactly this post-apocalyptic community is located. I happen to have spent four years living there, so it was really cool to imagine it as described in this book.
Count Anton receives a visit from a bureaucrat bearing the unwelcome news of a neighboring king claiming Anton's lands. An invasion force will soon swarm up the river. Anton's people are farmers and craftsmen, not soldiers. And the reclusive underground goblins refuse to help. After years of hateful actions from Anton's people, the goblins have good reasons for leaving the surface dwellers to their fate.
Without goblin fighters, even Namah and her young women friends must help however they can. These king's soldiers terrify Anton's inexperienced fighters, but when the would-be conquerors draw blood from Anton's long-time goblin friend Haghuf, the escalated war is more than Namah, Count Anton, and their unwelcome visitors could ever imagine.
Coming of age stories are a timeless delight, and Demoniac Dance delivers. Namah is a clever untrained magician, but she struggles with pubescent naïveté. Count Anton is also a complex figure of a practical ruler who, ten years after marrying his Countess Ariane and producing a son, has fooled himself for the duration by saying he does not regret marrying the wrong woman. By the end of Demoniac Dance, we see his actions, thoughts, and heart align.
Although I started the series with book two, it was no problem. I didn't feel as though I needed book one to understand the story or background off the characters. A great read for fans of fantasy and mythical races.
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