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The Deliverer (The Marenon Chronicles Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 3 in The Marenon Chronicles (3 Book Series)
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Yet I read it all so it must have something. If it was free I'd say read it, but I think I've wasted 77p!
The author managed to create a world unlike any other, and yet, still comfortably familiar. I didn’t have to turn around every corner wondering where am I, who are they and what do they want. Even the existence of the world is a riddle that needs to be solving and will probably be solved during the series.
It all starts off with a car chase in our well-known American setting, but the hints of fantasy don’t await long. We have an extremely agile grandfather, who’d been training his grandson to swordfights since he was born, trying to escape their chasers who fight with an automatic.
I liked the impossible controversy of this setup.
The story quickly takes us to Marenon, a place where the main events occur, but not rushing the arrival, enjoying every detail of the wonder a newcomer can feel through Silas’ eyes. The male characters we meet there are well-developed, interesting and individual. The two single female characters are not so much. It kinda bothers me that a) there’s only 2, and b) they could be easily exchanged with each other without any major hiccup in the story. Yeah, they’re that generic.
Nonetheless, there might be time for them to grow in the next two books, and even with that error, the other characters raise enough questions to keep us going with a little shake of the head at the females. Some characters could be viewed as standard for many fantasy tales, the evil advisor of the king, the traitor of the cause, the one important hero everyone needs to save but they fit seamlessly into the flow of the story.
Still, I think the biggest strength of the book is the world it has created, and in a way, the world itself is one of the main characters, which makes it all the more interesting.
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