Flames Of Mira: Book One of The Rift Walker Series
Sometimes when you are in a tough situation and hoping that something different will be better, it doesn’t always turn out that way. In this new fantasy work by Clay Harmon, Ig, or Jakar, is bound to obey the commands of ruthless and paranoid ruler Sorrelo, even if that means he needs to kill people. He hopes for a future where he is no longer bound to obey and hopes the children of Sorrelo are better. When a coup overthrows Sorrelo and his family, Ig escapes with the children and learns that even they have their foibles and are not necessarily better than their father. This book looks to be the beginning of a series of books based on the ending, featuring all-powerful beings on the hunt of Ig. The middle section features many chapters that feel kind of out of place within just a standalone book. There is plenty of violence, bloodletting, battles, and more, although it often feels like overkill at times, and there are battles seemingly constantly. This is a fairly quick read and not too bad of a book. It would have been better if it was just a little shorter.
|Page Count||432 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|