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Laugher, chills, and anxious desires to keep reading are the natural sensations generated by this book. – Inkish Kingdoms
This story by M. Draklore was an incredible surprise! I am going, to be honest, I was not expecting much of this story, and I was so wrong.
Letters, history, and an old world full of mythical creatures open the door to a universe of possibilities. The story starts the mysterious beginnings and comings, and it takes you to the bewilderment of a prophecy to a quest, not taken willingly, which highlights how the of the archetype of hero takes place of such a simple and extraordinary story. There were certain parts that I laughed at the interactions of the characters, and think the story lacked some development and a few pages to make it even more substantial. The world created by Draklore is infinite with possibilities, starting from the immense forest, the wars, the adventures ahead, the multiple creates and characters that did not have the time to be developed fully.
I see a lot of potential to the story. It could linger a bit more on certain topics and on the development of the downfall of the traitor, but besides that, I would totally read the second story if ever gets published.
Honestly, if you have access to it, give it a shot, it is, indeed, a nice story worth the nights! You can even read it to your kids or nephews if any!
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