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Then the group, (Daniel, Coral, Sal, and Sybil) get rewarded by the human kingdom’s specist regent for their good work in the last book and are given two quests: Explore the elven forest and scout out the invading elf army and conquer the dwarven mines for the human kingdom. However, the quests don’t turn out as simple or straightforward as they first appear.
I won’t spoil any of the in game quest plotlines but they really don’t get good until the team gets to the dwarven mines. Until then they feel pretty standard. A lot of the in game stuff is like that, good but not amazing. There’s lots of crafting, fighting, questing, and cool loot. The end of the story is actually interesting.
However, it is not the action or adventure that I like best about the novel, it’s the characters. Their interactions, their emotional journeys. Where the author really shines is in creating engaging characters that the reader can empathize with. The most interesting moments in the story are the ones where the characters are just talking and not fighting.
Ie: Dwarven caves - the contest that lets Sybil’s little sister see what she’s sacrificed to pay the bills and take care of her. It’s a touching scene.
Overall a better story than book 1. Tighter more coherent storyline. At least once you're past the part in the forest.
Score: 7 out of 10.
I found Sybil to be a bit annoying, but cut her some slack based on her childhood.
I hope book 3 is published soon..I want to find out what happens to Farah with the creeper that basically kidnapped her. That guy has nefarious written all over him. And Coral is a badass.
Anyways, I found myself invested in all 4 of the MCs and will be eagerly awaiting the rest of this series. Mr. Simons, there is so much you could flesh this story out with. I'd like to see longer books with some more skill development and more in-depth quests.
Great books so far. Very worthy additions to this genre.