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"This story hits all of the elements you want in a good fantasy, action, adventure, mystical creatures, and, of course, great characters. I would recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of fantasy novels." -- Amazon 5-star reviewer
"The author incorporated intriguing plot twists and creative perils to hold my interest and keep me turning the pages. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would highly recommend it, not only to those who enjoy fantasy, but anyone who loves to read." -- Amazon 5-star reviewer
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- File size : 1462 KB
- Publication date : March 11, 2019
- Publisher : Extraordinary Tales Publishing (March 11, 2019)
- Print length : 376 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B07NLZNXMK
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #292,355 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Tristan becomes the leader of a group that travels to a distant land, encountering interesting characters and persevering through many sub-quests.
If you like fantasies that deal with the quests of a group of companions working to retrieve a talisman of great importance, then you will like this book. My favorite part of the book was the changing relationship between Tristan and Caitir and how the characters grew to appreciate her importance to the quest.
My only complaint is the authors use of the word ’ken’ instead of ‘know.’ I thought it was a typeo.
I have read another of this authors books, “The Medaillion”, which is Historical Fiction. If you like one, you will probably like the other as they have a similar feel.
I recommend this book and I’m looking forward to the following two books.
Unfortunately, Neil just died.
Enter Tristan: an orphan who works his uncle's forge and longs for a different life. In the spirit of The Prince and The Pauper, Tristan is essentially Neil's lookalike twin (with a significantly better moral compass), and he's soon thrown into an adventure where he seeks to fulfill the prophecy by pretending to be Neil.
As with almost every successful person, Tristan shows symptoms of imposter syndrome (which is quite fitting, since he is!), even though he struggles for each next step. The best thing about Tristan is his character's growth throughout the story, as well as seeing how his relationship develops with Caitir.
For those sensitive to it, there appears to be a strong Christian influence present in this story (this can be a positive or a negative, depending on your preferences). Even so, this fantasy world stands on its own, and it's easy to just enjoy the story for what it is: an exciting adventure with characters who struggle for each success against skilled adversaries.
Overall, I enjoyed the read. Looking forward to the sequel!