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A Soldier's Honor: The Scepter of Maris: Book One (Volume 1) Paperback – January 20, 2014
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I have loved to read since my early teens, and wanted to write for almost as long. I do not have any formal education in the realm of literature, I just enjoy it. One day I finally decided to go for it, and the result was a ninety thousand plus word story that I thoroughly enjoyed writing, and hope others will thoroughly enjoy reading. I feel like there are many more stories to tell, and look forward to sharing them.
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A Soldier’s Honor: The Sceptor of Maris exhibits loyal adherence to the genre of might and magic. From the appearance of Orcs to the magic ability powers our heroes use in combat, A Soldier’s Honor is set in a world that has been sculpted and refined by a crowded and never-tiring genre. However, what A Soldier’s Honor lacks in originality, it makes up for in the form of a story that is driven by energy and purpose.
The story follows Meric and his companion of warriors as they journey for redemption after being falsely accused of treason. They encounter barbaric beings and evil creatures as they seek to uphold justice and peace in the kingdom.
Although Barnes’ characters are archetypal, they are easily relatable for readers and serve as an excellent medium to immerse the reader in the fantasy world the Barnes’ created. I found parts of the novel to be pointless and boring. Most notably the introduction of the main character, Meric Vettor, but this is made up by action that drive the story.