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Dreamthief (Fairy World MD Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Woah! I just fell in love with this book! Everything since the first chapter, it already pulled me in the story. I just found myself living inside the book together with Olive. It’s like watching a scene and you were there – secretly and just invisible from the characters. I think it is because of the powerful writing style of the author. If it were not, then maybe it is because of the great story itself. And I just like how it engaged me from the first page until the end.
I’ve also found what I want in a book here on Dreamthief. How?
First, the romance didn’t overshadow the plot. It was mild and it was slowly build unlike the characters that just fell in love at a very short time. Here, it started from a small liking to Kull, the Wult prince, and as they went together on a journey to rescue Olive’s godson, she just found herself slowly and helplessly liking him more and it is also the same for Kull. I found it sweet and pure. It was not a liking that started because the guy has great body or the likes but it was because Kull himself was lovable enough based on his personality.
Second, the main character really shows courage and bravery even if the hope she can see was already as thin as a needle thread. Olive also shown sign of giving up but it was overtaken by her courage and her want to save his godson. Even if she was hurt for something, it didn’t affect her real purpose on going back to Faythander.
Third, the plot itself is fantastic and it was well planned too. The existence of Faythander was very well explained and everything about it was just amazing. I also learned what species resides on Faythander – elf, dragons, pixie, wult, and goblin – and what makes them different from one another. It is something hard to give justice because some authors failed to make them stay true to what they are and here, I can really see how they were different to one another.
Lastly, the ending resolved the main problem on this book but it still gave me something to look forward on the next book. Unlike the other books in a series, this one didn’t give devastating cliff-hanger so the readers will really need the next book. Instead this ended in a fairly and satisfying way – something only few authors could give.
As for what I disliked on this book, I don’t think I could give one right now because I’m still wandering inside Faythander.
Overall, this book just made it on my favorite list. I am really recommending this book especially to those who like fantasy and anything that has to do with elves, dragons, pixies, wults, goblins, magic, and parallel world.
Disclaimer: I received a reader copy of this book from the author.
I don't often read Fantasy, but I enjoyed this story because of the connection the the characters had to the ordinary and to the loose historical injections of Viking lore. Grantham's writing is smooth and precise. With the exception of periodic violence among the skirmishing characters, the novel's content is clean and generally age appropriate for what one might term a PG-13 audience. The editing of this novel is flawless. This author is definitely one to watch for if you enjoy this genre. (disclaimer - the author provided a courtesy review copy in exchange for an honest review).