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Drakon Book II: Uncarved Kindle Edition
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The author continues his epic tour of this fantasy world that unfortunately for our comfort is not as fantastic as we would like. For Da-Ren’s world is easily identifiable and almost everything in it has happened at one time or another in history. The book is masterfully written and the reader just keeps turning page after page as the world is slowly revealed before our eyes and the plot thickens.
Totally recommended for fans of heroic and epic fantasy but also a great read for anyone interested in a very realistic-feeling world of bravery, cruelty, love, betrayal, in other words in a human world!
Anyway, back to the story. Da-Ren is back in this second installment. After having survived The Sieve, he now joins the Uncarved, the chosen few destined to lead their tribe. With forty children training and competing for the next five years, only one of them will end up becoming Khun (which actually reminded me a lot of the Khan, like The Great Khan from the Mongolian Empire). Now he’s older and wiser, he begins to feel uncertain about some particularities about his tribe and the things he’s always believed in. As he starts to doubt things he’s never doubted before, and begins to question what he’s always considered the truth, he learns a lot more about himself and his tribe than he thought possible.
The book is brutal at times, but then again, so is war and so is the society Da-Ren is growing up in. Politics are just as important as strengths and intelligence. The writing is just as fast-paced as in book one, and combined with the expanding world-building (we learn more about Da-Ren’s world and culture than in book one) and Da-Ren evolving and gorwing as a character, Uncarved makes for an intriguing sequel.
I really enjoyed this book, and finished it in one sitting. Of course, now I can’t wait to find out what happens next. If you enjoy fantasy, I would definitely recommend giving this series a try. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
I can't think of higher praise than that.
How lucky I was to give the Drakon books a try.
I went straight from book 1 into 2 and now I must find 3!
Really a smart idea to have this available on Kindle Unlimited.
C.A. Caskabel has a new fan.
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