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This was well-written by the author who has created this intriguing other world. I liked this slightly more than The Lords Uprising because there are less characters. I found it easier to follow and more cerebral. The characterization was well done. So was the author’s ability to describe this fantastical world and Lisana’s various powers. I had no problem visualizing the entire book. It felt real.
I would recommend this for those that want escape from the everyday life all of us lead. I would give this a 4.5 stars if I could.
The concept is creative and intriguing and certainly raises the question: “What would I have done if I’d been raised this way and who would I be now?” Of course, you have to keep in mind your amazing magical powers in answering the questions.
A diary is a clever way to present backstory. Although not action packed, for the most part, the story moved at a steady pace and the world-building was carefully crafted and characters skillfully developed. The author puts you behind the locked doors with the main character’s confusion and anger. I pitied the old man and hated him as well. I especially liked the descriptions of the food– who wouldn’t love plum milk? I really liked Frog and wished that there was more of what went on in his head.
If you love fantasy and strong protagonists, you must read this author starting with Belisarus’ Diary.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Lisana’s childhood was tragic, isolated, and devoid of affection despite how much Belisarus loved her. While I knew this from reading the first part, it felt even more tragic now hearing it from another viewpoint. My heart broke for both her and Belisarus. Even if I don’t agree with how he raised her, I cared for his struggle to do what he though was right. There was so much loss in this family due to the separation.
Lisana, her mother, father, and grandfather were all touched by what she is. I look forward to next parts and hope for great joys for both Lisana, her mother, and the children.