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When Cass draws her blade, nothing can stop her. Except maybe a god.Cass is eager to help when she is called. Gunnarr is eager to help Cass. When he suggests they go on a mission together, she's pleased the big man noticed her. Unfortunately, the gods have taken notice as well, and that spells trouble for them both.Tasked with a noble entreaty, Cass and Gunnarr set out witWhen Cass draws her blade, nothing can stop her. Except maybe a god.Cass is eager to help when she is called. Gunnarr is eager to help Cass. When he suggests they go on a mission together, she's pleased the big man noticed her. Unfortunately, the gods have taken notice as well, and that spells trouble for them both.Tasked with a noble entreaty, Cass and Gunnarr set out with a group of friends on a harrowing adventure. It will take more than harpies, giant spiders and ogres to stop them from getting the job done, but the gods are far more dangerous than any of their creations. Certain death lurks at the end of this quest.As Cass and Gunnarr close in on their goal, and to each other, it becomes clear a terrible choice must be made. Cass must decide what's more important to her, the love of a good man, or the life she's trying to save. Can she escape her fate?...

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Whom The Gods Love Reviews

  • Esmerelda Weatherwax
    2019-03-11 09:40

    This book was part of Bookworm Blues grouping and has since been eliminated. Their review here: http://www.bookwormblues.net/2017/08/...Plot:King Callan has to get to the temple of Oshia to help his wife, she’s dying and he’s been told by his Seer that the only way to save her is to get to this temple. He adds that a woman by the name of Inez will be critical to the success of the mission and he has to find her and bring her along. The book opens when he’s already on his way with Inez – they are heading to a town to gather a few warriors to help them along the way.They get to the Inn and find a couple warriors ready to go with them, Gannarr and Cass. Inez has an immediate distaste for Cass, but she’s not sure what it’s about. Maybe jealousy that she’s getting the attention from the men, or maybe it’s something more. Inez is one of my favourite characters, she’s an old bitty who loves to talk about her past sexcapades and tries to get younger men into bed with her. She reminds me a bit of Nanny Ogg in certain ways.It’s supposed to be an impossible journey to get to Oshia, it’s one of the temples that’s the furthest away from any sort of city and their travels are impeded by a number of dangers. They have to make it through the Forest of no Return full of spiders that have legs the size of trees with moss and stuff growing on them. They have to make it past the harpees and bandits. The Aswangs are humanoid monstrous creatures that feed off of humans – lots of stuff going on during their journey.Final Score: 8/10----------------------------------------------Characters:King Callan is actually a likeable character even though he’s sort of “Kingy”. Inez finds it amusing to try and bait him with rather harsh insults but he just grins and bears it – he’s good at maintaining his composure.Inez is sort of mysterious, I always got the feeling there was more to her than what was showing. What other reason would there be for a Seer to name her specifically as critical to the mission? She’s pretty old and sort of ornery but also funny. She has a donkey that’s just as comical that pulls their cart along the way.Cass is a female warrior that has everyone’s attention when she’s in the room, she’s loud, loves telling stories and has a lot of good ones to tell. She also has a soft spot for Griffins, as a kid she helped a young chick who’s parents had been killed by Banshees. She lured two other roosting Griffins over to the chick since they are communal nesters at great risk to herself – but it worked. Ever since then she grew a relationship with them and was eventually able to ride them.Gunnarr is one of the warriors picked up along with Cass. He’s definitely honor bound and takes a lot of pride in defending the realm and offering his services for good cause. He’s falling in love with Cass, and their relationship was actually enjoyable. I don’t typically like romance but I did enjoy these two.Viola is a young enchantress picked up on the way, she’s sort of desperate to get out of her village where she’s destined to become a wife and mother and unable to leave her village after marriage. She’s sweet and kind of shy, but I really liked her.Overall I found the characters well developed and endearing, I liked them all for different reasons.Final Score: 8.5/10---------------------------------------World Building:I really liked the world building, there were explanations of the monsters and their behaviors rather than just being placed in the environment with no reasoning. I always love when even a touch of ethology or ecology make it into a book, no matter how small. The explanations for why the spiders lived where they did, how the griffins behaved and interacted with each other really charmed me.There are giant stone statues in the middle of an empty field that gave a sense of wonder, and the lore behind them was pretty neat. They’re called the Dead Gods and legend has it that they were cast into stone by a magical artefact during a war/sabotage between the gods.There are all sorts of fantasy creatures in this world, from giant spiders the size of buildings, to swarms of marta which are tiny insects with paralyzing vemon that eat you alive while you can’t move. There are Aswangs which are hairy humanoid creatures that prey on humans. Hydras live in the waters with scales so touch that swords have little effect, ships have to line their hulls with armor to avoid being sunk.Elves in this world are a menace, they bewitch human women and rape and impregnate them. They only live on one of the continents and boats coming from that continent have to be checked for stow away elves. They have terrible songs with terrible lyrics and are overall a giant nuisance.Enchantresses are young women with special gifts, but as they age their powers diminish – they try and breed more enchantresses with special mating practices. Viola was one of them and effectively ran away from her village under the guise she wanted to help with the Kings mission.Final Score: 8.5/10---------------------------------------Pacing/Prose/Tone:It took a little bit for the book to get going, they are on a journey for a while – but once it got going it went pretty quickly.The writing style was entertaining and well done, but there were some editing errors in the ebook version.The tone was adventurous and more light than dark, the interactions between characters and their general demeanor were comical or endearing rather than dark and brooding.Pacing Final Score: 7.5/10Writing Final Score: 7.5/10--------------------------------Originality:I’ve seen a lot of “going on a quest” stories, but for some reason, this one felt different. It could be the combination of personalities going on the mission or the world building around it – but I really enjoyed myself despite having read many ‘quest’ stories.Final Score: 8/10-----------------------------Audience:For people who like ‘quest’ storiesFor people who like multi povFor people who like great charactersFor people who like myths and legends around GodsFor people who like monsters/fantasy creaturesFor people who like older charactersFor people looking for female POV ‘For people looking for female authored high fantasyFor people looking for LGBT characters---------------------Final Score: 48/60 or 8/10

  • Krystal
    2019-03-20 05:23

    I always go into self-published books with a healthy skepticism and low expectations. Maybe that's a pretty harsh generalisation, but it's so easy for people to publish their work online these days that they've often neglected vital editing processes, making for books of a lower quality. Not always, but more often than not.So with that in mind, this was actually a surprisingly entertaining read. There's plenty of action and the pace is fast, and I ended up getting through it much faster than I anticipated. It's full of fantastic creatures like Harpies, Ogres and Djinn and the main characters are a dynamic bunch with plenty of stories to tell. (view spoiler)[Spiders, though? God I hate spiders. *shudder* (hide spoiler)]It does read like amateur work, though. There's such a great story here but it's more like a roughly detailed sketch than a full-colour mural. We have this great cast of characters: a snobby king, a grumpy old woman with her young, eager-to-please 'nephew', an enchantress, and two warriors - one the big, manly, 'brawn' type and the other the female leader of the troupe. They have great dynamics between themselves but it never feels like any of the characters are properly fleshed out. Take, for example, the romance between our two warriors, Cass and Gunnarr. There's zero build up and no romance, but we're supposed to automatically believe how in love they are with one another. It's spoken about on several occasions but there's never really any dedication to making us feel the depth of the relationship, or the strength of their commitment to one another. We barely get to know them as individuals, let alone as a couple.Callan was probably my favourite character because he was the closest to being grey. He's this spoiled rich dude who can't stand bugs and orders people around, but he's also willing to sacrifice himself for his 'commoner' wife. That's a pretty freaking noble thing to do. I was a bit disappointed with how little effort went into fleshing this guy out because I could easily have formed a book-crush on him. He's got so many layers but is never properly explored, and that's just such a shame. Same goes for Nat, our budding wannabe-warrior, and Viola, the enchantress. Both are never really given an opportunity to shine, with the action being mostly carried out by the two warriors. For a woman who can use magic, Viola was poorly utilised as she performed very little magic at all. Nat was never given a chance to step up and have his big development moment, and even though there's still another two books in the series I really feel like he was a missed opportunity here. There's just nothing that really creates empathy and connection to the characters. You kind of just observe them going about their (rather mild) adventure without ever becoming truly invested in it. I liked the variety of the action but it was all pretty tame, with no one ever seeming to be in any real danger. (view spoiler)[I mean, they walked through that entire 'Forest of No Return', surrounded by these creepy-ass giant spiders, and nothing?! Not even a minor scuffle? Massive disappointment right there. As someone who hates spiders I was expecting to make all kinds of disgusted faces but it was just so meh. (hide spoiler)] They were often covered in grime, but there were no bumps and bruises, no scrapes and scratches along the way. There was very little sense of danger at any time. (view spoiler)[The harpies were about as good as it got and even they were a bit of an anti-climax. (hide spoiler)]What I did really enjoy though was the storytelling. I liked the momentary diversions from the present, and they were short and sweet adventures with interesting characters. (view spoiler)[I really enjoyed the story about the little blue men, and would love to know more about that! (hide spoiler)] There's a rather creative world here full of magic and legends, and gods who interact on the earthly plane. I think it just took a little adjusting to because there were a lot of gods to remember and, quite honestly, I lost track of who did what etc.This is a fantastic, creative story but it's very raw and there is so much more that could have been expanded on to make this a really captivating story. With more characterisation and exploration of themes I think this would have been hard to put down.As it stands, Whom the Gods Love is an entertaining frolic in a new fantasy world and M.M. Perry has the potential to become a strong writer in the fantasy genre. Her gift for storytelling is evident, and I look forward to seeing her writing mature.*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Sarah
    2019-02-18 08:40

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  • Epper Marshall
    2019-02-23 04:24

    Almost everything about this book cover (the one with four characters) is misleading. The picture shows a large man with a war hammer, the warrior exists but he wields a sword. It mentions nothing can stop the man character except maybe a god....and a giant herbivore creature, a were-boar, and an ogre.This is definitely a YA book. The point of view switches between characters multiple times in a chapter without any hint that it is going to switch or has happened. The action sequences are short and not very intense. There are multiple sexual/nude references putting it on the edge of acceptable YA reading. It writes about a young man who has sex with a married woman, and the husband is somehow ok with this.... Then a few of the main characters blush frequently when talking about feelings or thinking of their loved ones like little kids. Apparently, all warriors are friendly, drink lots of ale, tell/enjoy stories, and are found mainly in a random inn in the middle of nowhere.The main plot seems quite forced. It starts with a king leaving his kingdom with an old woman and a young man to hire a warrior. Which leads to a bunch of questions like: why doesn't he leave with a group of soldiers (for protection), why doesn't he send a messenger or knight sworn to his service in his stead, and why is the king, with multiple responsibilities leaving his kingdom in the first place (you find out eventually but it is a question early on)? Along the same lines, why does he need to hire warriors when he has an army (this is mentioned in the book)? Towards the end of the book, you find out the king plans on giving up his life for his wife, which is noble in a way, but also very stupid. If he doesn't want to live without his wife, why would she want to live without him? Throughout the book, it mentions him thinking of his wife like he has plans for saving her and returning to see/be with her again, and then you find out that nope he plans on never seeing her again...

  • Kerry
    2019-02-20 10:50

    This was the first time I have ever read a book solely on a kindle and I kept my expectations low. I was pleasantly surprised when I reached chapter 2 and still wanted to go on. It was a fun adventure. It wasn't perfect.The world building wasn't great, it was like looking at a map with an incredibly detailed road but with blank and foggy space all around it. I never got a sense of the entire world. And a chunk of the book felt like a series of events. Perhaps because it was a first in the trilogy it was just trying to push us to the end so as to really get started.There were positives, however. I like the characters Cass and Gunarr. I really belived their relationship and wanted the very best for them. If it wasn't for their dynamics and the respect they showed to one another, I wouldn't have hung on. With such a healthy relationship in a fantasy novel, how could I not see it through to the last page.I'm certain there will be more character development of the other players in the next two and I'm intrigued. I suspected something about one character but was still suprised by the outcome for them. I hope Nat gets better, he was rather wet, more so than was necessary and I do like to see a weedy thing become more than he believed. And Callan was a bit hit and miss with me. He was too many things; the fussy king, the silly one, the wise one. He had too many moments that didn't all quite fit in one. But once again, near the end, I started liking him again. Of all his qualities, some contradictory, his best was that he loved his wife with all his heart.The writing was decent, it was a different and intriguing fantasy. It had admirable female characters and it was lovely to step away from the overwhelming amounts of fantasy that victimise their women and suffocate the stories in stuffy, over-complicated politics.A very good fantasy indeed. I would certainly recommend fantasy-lovers who want some fierce, independent women and character driven plot.

  • Megan
    2019-03-09 07:49

    4.5 starsI read a lot of fantasy and mythology books, so this is a genre I’m familiar with. But I’ve been suffering epic fantasy burnout as of late as to me it all is feeling the same these days… too many “Game of Thrones” wanna-bees, and it’s gotten so dark and with unnecessary violence (in my opinion). But the description for “Whom the Gods Love” was intriguing (as were the reviews) and the opening sample caught my attention so I gave it a shot. Also I LOVE the cover (I know, not judging the book by it and all---- but it’s a great cover). I must say that M.M. Perry is unarguably a very talented writer, but more than that she genuinely impressed me with the thorough world-building and sheer creativeness on many levels. All too often I read works that feel clearly derivative of other books, and although I appreciate literary influences (as is mildly felt here on occasion as well), when something this original comes along it is a refreshing change of pace! In my opinion it was the characters themselves that made it feel unique, with their personalities and that they really did a great job of carrying the story forward well through dialogue and action, not just dense narrative prose (which drives me crazy). For such a long book I finished it in less than a week, and went through so many highs and lows, it felt like a rollercoaster. Great (LARGE!) cast of characters, and great surprising twists at the end, especially with Inez and Cass. I like that some questions get answered, but the ending definitely leaves us wanting more, so I’m happy to see that the next one is already published (Whom the Gods Hate) because the ending makes you want to read the next one ASAP. Could use some better proofreading, but overall a wonderful experience I’d recommend for fans of fantasy and adventure.

  • Marcella Gonzales
    2019-03-12 04:40

    There were things I loved about this book, “Whom the Gods Love” by M.M. Perry, and a few things that I didn’t so much love. First, the writing was great, which is VERY important to me……. I thought the plot was inventive yet believable, and the tone of the book felt authentic for fantasy-style. The pacing was solid, and the characters felt real and three dimensional. We really get inside their heads and experience the world through their eyes. The world-building was inspired and picturesque, and described in a vivid and creative way. What I didn’t like, however, was the fact that I felt the real action took too long to really get started, and that a good portion of the beginning feels like things were too normal. Took too long to feel real tension or high stakes, like where I felt I had to keep reading to find out what would happen next. And at times I wondered if we really needed so many characters because some seemed to get lost in the mix. And some parts felt really ‘unnecessary’, for lack of a better word. I feel it could have been more polished editing-wise (but the formatting is wonderful!). Such a great story, but I was constantly being distracted by too much ‘telling’ in the dialogue tags. Not awful, just annoying. But this book really does take us on a mind-bending and wild ride and it does pack an emotional punch and has a whole lot of story in these pages. Since this is just the first book in the series I have a feeling it is just getting started --- especially with how it ended Will be happy to read more from M.M. Perry any day and would look forward to reading future installments of the series. Recommend for fantasy lovers aged 17+.

  • Essie Harmon
    2019-02-18 07:34

    Well-paced, nicely written and immensely fun to read, “Whom the Gods Love” from M.M. Perry is a great read for fans of novels such as Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Merlin, Mists of Avalon, etc. I’d say this one holds its own with the top-notch writing (minor editing issues aside) and plot structure, and an exciting, varied cast of colorful characters and plenty of challenges and action and thrills to go around. There are some familiar tropes here (as with most fantasy), however, I feel M.M. Perry did a great job of bringing in a unique voice and making the story wholly her own, and giving it a fresh feel. I didn’t feel like I’ve read this before, which is nice [[and kinda rare]] in this genre. A few things, I thought that constantly switching between “Cass” and “Cassandra” was kind of annoying. I could see on occasion, but it was back and forth the whole time and it bugged me. Also, I thought that it could have used more action, especially towards the beginning. Just felt too ‘safe’ for too long. But I loved the fantasy elements (especially the gods) and the characters, and their surprises. Love that the women are strong as well. It was lighthearted, yet still edgy and gritty when needed to be. Overall an engrossing story with more complex subplots and layers than one would initially think –and I was impressed with the level of character development, especially with Cass, but also with others. Has a unique vibe of feeling almost mythological and modern at the same time. A great start to a promising series. Recommend.

  • Magjick
    2019-03-04 12:44

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Whom the Gods Love was... genuinely surprising. I admit, it started off rocky. The characters were unsympathetic, and the story seemed slow. The obvious effort put into worldbuilding was pleasing, however, and was largely the reason I kept on with it.Until, suddenly, the characters became less unsympathetic and more human. I think it would be best, going into the book for the first time, to realize that the narrators are unreliable - not necessarily lying (I'm treading around spoilers here) but more having no reason to spill their whole lives and motivations to people they've only just met (y'know, like actual human beings do).From that point on it became less 'kinds boring but an interesting setting' and more 'a genuinely pleasant read, if with an obvious plot twist'. And it stayed that way, right up until the obvious plot twist was enacted - and immediately followed by a second, much sneaker plot twist that turned the characters into genuinely relatable people (and even good ones!) and turns the whole novel into what I'm praying is a set up for a more plot-centric second novel. It's certainly got me curious enough that I'm about to go buy it.Solid 4/5, would recommend to a friend.

  • Laura
    2019-03-16 04:31

    Although not my normal cup of tea, “Whom the Gods Love” (Of Gods and Mortals Book 1) from M.M. Perry delivers on all the things I like in a book – great writing, and atmospheric scenery that transports me to another time and place, characters I can connect to on some level, and plots that are complex enough to challenge me and make me think, but not so convoluted so that I need to be taking notes as I go along (although I do admit to losing track of some characters from time to time…)This is a long and action/story-packed book where so much happens, and there are so many cool characters and settings, it’s hard to describe, you just have to experience it for yourself. I loved the overall storyline, but thought that even though this is more of an ‘epic quest/journey’ book, there were too many long stretches where it was just characters talking or travelling and didn’t have action/consequences, but I liked learning about the roles of the gods and their mythology. Thought it could benefit from more proofreading to catch the punctuation mistakes. But it was an amazing ride and I was happy (and surprised!) with the ending… really can’t wait to see what happens with the next books!

  • Shontelle
    2019-03-07 07:44

    M.M. Perry's latest epic fantasy brings to life a magnitude of creatures and characters in an ancient fantasy world. In this first installment, we follow King Callan on his quest to save his wife who is dying of an incurable illness. Travelling to the Temple of an Old God, King Callan and his party are faced with numerous challenges that they must overcome. A typical plot for a fantasy novel with quests and whatnot. The book, which is roughly 238 pages, is well written and contains descriptions where your imagination isn't going to be strained. The world Perry has created leaves little to the imagination, weaving beasts and other interesting features into the scenery that would make you wish to visit.In all honesty, it took a while for anything remotely interesting to happen in the book. At the very end, we are given some food for thought, with some unexpected twists to what we thought we knew about the characters. While this book is well written, I wouldn't recommend it. I give this book 2.5/5 stars. Hopefully the next installment contains more interesting content for those who did enjoy this book.

  • Elizabeth Brown
    2019-03-05 08:34

    Wow, I’m actually surprised by how much I loved this book! Fantastic fantasy adventure suitable for adults and mature teens. Although there are the standard themes and tropes present to make it a traditional fantasy, it really struck me as so much more due to the depth of the characters and the fact that even for a fantasy the rules seemed to go out the window a few times and really threw me for a loop (no spoilers). I thought the characters did a great job of bringing the story to life in a fun and engaging way… really liked Inez, Cass, Gunnar, Callan and the rest. The writing is very strong and the plot is compelling and intelligent enough to really keep our interest – which is honestly saying a lot considering I got bored reading “Lord of the Rings” trilogy! (Shhh, don’t tell). This one just flows so much smoother and faster and keeps picking up steam as it goes along. Short chapters and a super strong female lead in Cassandra and a complex and intelligent storyline kept me entertained for hours! Recommend for fans of the fantasy genre, as well as action or adventure. Ready to read more from MM Perry soon—happy to see she has quite the backlist!

  • Layla
    2019-03-12 08:45

    In “Whom the Gods Love”, M.M. Perry has shown herself to be an author of great talent for weaving complex plots brought passionately to life by the strong, intelligent, and authentic characters, and I like how this book is just as much character-driven as it is plot-driven. It’s funny because I rarely read much fantasy books, but Ms. Perry has me hooked and now I want to read the rest of the series! I’m so happy I gave this book a chance! Great twists throughout, and fluid, fast paced writing keep you engaged ‘til the very end. Found myself chuckling out loud several times at the witty banter, and holding my breath as I awaited someone’s fate. Almost felt like I was watching a movie at times with hoe well every thing was described, and loved all the different types of gods and their roles. Highly recommended read for all who enjoy a great adventure with strong characters whom will surprise you at times, and keep you interested until the last page… and then some.

  • Shinara Newton
    2019-03-12 08:40

    Was a little unsure if this book would be something I would like but I ended up loving it! The book had a great combination of action scenes, honesty from the characters and playful banter between the group. Cass' stories were hilariously witty and had just as much detail as the main story. All too often authors will breeze over a characters' stories but M.M. Perry put in the right amount of detail but didn't make it too long and take away from the main story. The twist with the clan of magic wielders was unexpected but added to the rich background of the story. Won't add too much more to this review because i want those who see it to read the book by this awesome author. Cannot wait to read more from such an artistic author.

  • Marcus
    2019-03-05 04:48

    I voluntarily reviewed an arc of this book in exchange for an honest review This starts out as your typical hero involved in a quest story, but then it quickly changes. The characters couldn't be more diverse and different from each other than plants and animals. This, instead of being a problem, works. The story works very well though, the characters despite their differences play very well against each other. The author also displays an ironic sense of humor through out the entire story

  • Marta
    2019-02-24 11:23

    I started this book because I received it free. I liked the sinopse so I took the chance. I was positively surprised. We live many adventures and meet really good characters. I liked the fact that in the way to fins a cure to the wife of king Callan, the 2 warriors that are going to help are always telling some stories that they lived before. Its a nice touch because it helps to create the world in this book. I recomend it!

  • Carol Rambo
    2019-03-11 07:33

    Fun book This book contained warriors gods and romance. What more could anyone want? There was adventure and strange creatures. The only downfall was there were creatures thrown in at one point that did not seem to have a reason to be there like the giant spiders. Who can say if they will be in the next book though

  • S&B
    2019-03-14 10:30

    Very enjoyable It would be easy for a book like this to fall into the sameness of many other “group of friends on a quest” stories. However, this story has avoided that. It is very well written with strong characters and an interesting plot. I enjoyed it immensely, and am looking forward to reading the next 2 books.

  • Sherida Hillman
    2019-03-08 06:37

    Fantastic! I really enjoyed the characters and mythology created here, and the stories of the gods told by the characters to each other rather than part of the narrative was a nice touch. People actually talk to each other and banter, rather than just for plot point. The world feels lived in, and I can’t wait to go back!

  • Christine Jordan
    2019-03-11 09:29

    I really, really liked this book! It had everything you could ask for! A quest, adventure, harrowing tales, a bold, strong female lead character and of course a twist ending! Some thing were unexpected but somethings were expected. Even though I suspected it might be I was still pleasantly surprised with the revelation. I look forward to reading the rest of this series.

  • firecracker2007
    2019-02-28 12:39

    This is the story of a king's quest to save the life of his queen. He is aided by a group of people who start as strangers, but become friends. There are trials, dangers, and surprises -- exactly as one would expect with such a story. This is the first book in a trilogy and I'm inclined to read the remaining two books.

  • Jessie Mckissick
    2019-02-20 05:33

    A ride into the lap of the GodsI liked the character of Cass. Even though she was brass and loud, she had depth and warmth for her travelling companions. The "exotic" animals brought fear and drama to the plot. A great read.

  • Devie Ramos
    2019-03-10 12:46

    I am really a fan of this genre. I really like the story and the characters but the imagery of the places is lacking for me.But all in all this books is a page turner and I am looking forward to the other books.

  • Sarah Haywood
    2019-03-06 04:37

    This is such an amazing book. You either love or hate the characters from the beginning, (most of them you end up loving), and it is full of so much adventure, awesomeness, and enjoyment. It is definitely a hard book to put down, once you've started reading.

  • Gerri Alexander
    2019-03-06 07:33

    Deep magicA simple story about heroes on an adventure...but then you find out that they aren't always who you think they are, and sometimes aren't even who they think they are, themselves!

  • Shawna Mitchell
    2019-03-02 04:48

    Wow! At first the abruptness in the way the POV changed threw me but i got used to it very quickly. This epic adventure was amazing! I am so glad I had a chance to read and discover this series and author! This is a must read and I can’t wait to purchase the next book!!!

  • Dinija
    2019-02-19 05:48

    First got introduced to the book through Voracious Readers Only.Didn't have high hopes at first, as it was sent in an e-book format, but was pleasantly surprised by it. Of course, it's not perfect, but definitely a fun read.

  • Bill Ramsell
    2019-03-12 07:34

    Fun read. A little bit silly. Looking forward to the next books.

  • Kya Hanners
    2019-03-01 12:41

    Was actually better then i thought it would be when i first started the book. Beautiful story tellings within the book. Awesome characters, and personalties! Excited to get my hands on the rest!!

  • Phyllis
    2019-03-15 05:26

    InterestingI enjoyed reading this story vet much. It kept me entertained. It made me laugh and kept my interest though out the story.