Saturday, October 24, 2015

Epic 3 Book Adventure

Looking for an entertaining fantasy set of books to read? Look no further than this exciting and wonderfully crafted Trilogy!  

Experience the magical fantasy adventure about a young boy and his amazing journey into an unknown world where mysterious women, bandits, and fantastical monsters challenge his resolve to find his way back home and what he truly desires most in life. It is an intriguing story that promises to keep you guessing and eagerly turning the pages to find out what happens next. 

What if you had the chance to learn one thing from the past that could change the future; what would you choose to know?

What if you were immortal, but the only way you could save the people you love was to sacrifice your immortality; what would you do?

What if you had a wish; what would you wish for?

Fate, free will, and monsters are hard enough to deal with, but added into the mix; sextuplet sisters with unique personalities and seductive persuasive skills, who relentlessly manipulate for their own fiendish intentions.

Vanguard Review: Great coming of age tale with a well developed magical land to explore. Each time I thought I knew where the story was headed, I was surprised by another twist or detour. I love the themes of growing up, the role of family and tradition, and adventure. There is even some romance along the way. Highly recommended for my fellow fantasy readers.

Warfolkan Review: Wajue continues his journey and it is surprise after surprise. Now grown and evolving into a leader, he is faced with loss and tough choices once again. This book is filled with both adventure and some lighthearted banter and fun. This book is full of diverse characters, friendships, romance, betrayal, bravery, and strength. Wajue continues to be the hero warrior searching for answers and truth. It was great to follow Wajue and he matures and finds his way.

Sagacity Review: After the cliff hanger ending in book 2, this third book in the series gets off to a fast start of continued danger and adventure. Who knew a talking owl could be such a beloved character? Again full of interesting characters, new romance, and mystery, this is a superb follow-up to Warfolkan. It kept me guessing until the end and left me satisfied. A sure thing for those that have been following Wajue's journey.