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The Prince of Graves (The Desolation War Saga Book 1) by [Linde, W.E.]
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"Linde creates a terrifying dystopian universe teetering on the brink of despair...This is a very tightly constructed book and absorbing novella, which is hard to put down once you have started it."
Reviewed by Stephanie D. for Readers Favorite

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  • File Size: 240 KB
  • Print Length: 81 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: March 3, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007GY02J2
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By CP on April 14, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
In the Prince of Graves we're brought into the beginning of a war between the Necromancer Kings and the lone kingdom of mankind. Four princes take their armies to try to thwart the coming scourge and for a time they are victorious, until the Xethicor take the field. Emanating fear from their every being the bravest of warriors allow themselves to be slaughtered, too terrified to react or flee.

The only survivor of the four brothers is Prince Frey. After being saved and healed by the Magus Dayhoral, he withdraws to a final point of conflict where he dons a helmet that'll give him the ability to fight the Xethicor but at a price. The helmet channels one's own power into it and once that is used up it'll take in that from others around it, corrupting the wearer. Knowing the risk is the kingdom's only hope Prince Frey dons the helmet and rides into battle.

While a fast paced novella, W.E. Linde shows us a world on the precipice of falling to the evil hordes and being consumed in darkness. While the pace and the different names can be confusing early on I thoroughly enjoyed the book. Full of action and the hero facing impossible odds one can't help to not put the book down until they're finished with it. It's a quick read, a good read, and one I recommend to pass a day or two in a different world.
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I'm not usually a reader of fantasy, but I found that once I started this novella, it was hard to put down. Fans of 'Lord of the Rings' will love it!
A couple of aspects I particularly liked were the inclusion of a female warrior - the Lady Elelluin, and also the muddying of the purity of the character of Prince Frey. At the start of the book, the princes are so good, so valiant and brave, and the dark forces massed against them are just about as black as you can get. They seem almost insurmountably evil. However, setting up for the next installment in the series, we are not quite so sure about Prince Frey, and it looks like there will be some interesting conflicts that he will need to overcome.
Looking forward to the next book!
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