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Gifted (The Gilded Shackle Book 1) Kindle Edition
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We find out about the Special Reserve Humans who were sold because of their high quality, about magic demonstrations, and other fascinating details about this new world.
I loved reading about the main character’s adventures as he finds his way through the complicated world of politics and magic he finds himself in. Very well written, I couldn’t put this book down! I can’t wait for the next book in the series!
The characters that Ms. Griffith created in this story are entertaining and full of depth. The story focuses on Teine and person he is gifted to. However there are so many secondary characters that keep you entertained.
The story also did a wonderful job of describing the environment so that you felt like you were there. This is a intriguing story of a fantasy world where their is plenty of action, danger, magic, and adventure.
When you open the first page be prepared to be swept into a fantasy with intriguing characters that make you keep turning the page until the very end.
Read and reviewed for Kylie's Fiction Addiction. I received a gift copy in exchange for an honest review.
Another plus is that the Kindle version is basically error-free. I have been reading so many Kindle books that they don't appear to be edited at all. It is pleasant to find one that doesn't distract with missing words and errors.
I do have to note that the cover art, however, gives the impression of being a book for a very young audience, which it is not.
P.s. I loved this book so much, I bought a print copy!
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