Tuesday, August 15, 2017

A book review for The Paladins of Naertia by T.P. Keane ....5 Stars...

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Synopsis: From amazon.com:
A vision sparks the beginning of treachery and war, and the kingdom of Naretia is about to fall....
Olórin’s adopted son, Aramus, is a creature unlike any in Naretia. He is feared by all, and holds a darkness inside that is said will end all life by his eighteenth birthday. Olórin must scour the kingdom for godly ingredients to make a potion for Aramus that will save them all. He is hoping his son’s human side will prevail over the rising darkness within him, for long enough to outrun their enemies.
But Aramus’s real father, the dark God Dantet, desires his son’s powers so he might, once again, walk on mortal soil. His legion of dark creatures follow Olórin and Aramus at every turn, trying to kill them. Dantet’s army, however, is not the only one wanting Aramus dead. Something, or someone, changes fate’s hand. Neither Dantet, nor Olórin, can see the terrible future that threatens them all. Even the traitors within the wizard caste are blind to what is coming.

But it is coming.

My Review:                                                                
Great debut novel! Compelling fantasy read! Highly Recommend!
    Truthfully, though I’ve long been a fan of reading science fiction and fantasy, it has been years since I’ve done so. This being said, I enjoyed this delve back into fantasy. I had no idea what I was getting into when I first began reading, but it turned out to be a very pleasant surprise. Author T.P. Keane knows how to spin words and worlds in this tale of treachery and war, and the kingdom of Naertia. There is action adventure at every turn. Every fantasy fan should enjoy this one. I certainly did, though as I’ve said, it’s been awhile since I read a fantasy tale. It has every kind of character you can imagine in it. Good and bad. There are dwarves, wolves, wizards and a wicked queen. There are characters to cheer on and those to spit at.
Take a read with The Paladins of Naertia and enter a world of worlds to distract you. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed. 

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S.J. Francis
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