Good book, great stories, interesting characters!
***I was assigned this title in a book group and was asked to give an honest review.
I rarely read fantasy books but this book was quite interesting.
It started off a bit slower than the last one, but when the pace picked up the action becomes exciting and I felt like I had to read to the end to see what happens, who survives and how the two characters, Enala and Eric, develop during this book. The style was fluid and I didn’t encounter any passages where I couldn’t understand what was going on.
The author managed to create an interesting world, populated with dragons and demons and I am very sure that the fans of the genre would find it much more interesting than I did. I liked the fact that the writer started by showing exactly where the action takes place. His idea of creating a map to show where his imaginary world stands was a good one, offering a good foundation to his world.
The characters of the story are very well rounded and their evolution during the narrative makes them believable. The twists in the story revealing that the two characters were actually twins was well done and brought more power to the story.
The language is clear, even though not necessarily accurate with the times. There were moments when too modern vocabulary was used but as I am pretty sure that Sheldon from Big Bang Theory won’t read the book, I imagine that the fans of the genre would not get stuck to that.
You can find the book at: https://www.amazon.com/Firestorm-Sword-Light-Trilogy-2/dp/0473356368/ref=cm_rdp_product
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