Dragon Wraiths Kindle Edition
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Amanda Martin has created a fantasy world unlike any I've ever read. The world starts out relatively normally, though you know something is strange, and as each detail builds, as Leah discovers each new fact, it fits together seamlessly.
An engrossing read. Looking forward to reading more from this author.
As a reader that has only begun to explore emerging and indie authors, I was quite impressed and would give a 5-star accordingly, but I feel more inclined to keep the ratings broad and equivalent with the best-sellers on the market. I've read books that were more engaging, and I've read a few famous books that could easily lose their place to this story.
I have no major issues to quarrel over with this book, and the few minor issues that I have with it could easily be addressed. Though it may be a British vs American thing, the bold as opposed to italics was strange, but of greater consequence was that often times the difference between thought and communication was distinguishable only by subtle paragraph shifts and careful reading and re-reading. I would suggest a different approach that separates the character's thoughts from external thoughts more concretely.
I've recommended this book to other readers. In fact, my wife would be quite enthralled by the book, but she has been very busy of late.
Ok just as I thought I could look past that and read on I started to hate the relationship between the two main people partly because you only get a short glimpse of how it started so it felt rushed and unreal. And yes I did read it all...hours of my life I will never get back.