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Phoenix (Revised Edition) (The Peradon Fantasy Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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At its core Phoenix (The Peradon Fantasy Series Book 1) by Daccari Buchelli is a tale of magic, romance, and deceit, cast within a beautiful realm. The characters are well-written and Peradon, their world consisting of four elemental realms is highly imaginative and beautifully depicted. The characters are each unique, individual in heart and mind, and their motivations are real spanning from love to power, weaving their desires into the very fabric of their own story arc. The narrative style is easy flowing, making it an ideal read for young adult / adult.
When Violetta, the heir apparent to the flame realm, decides that she wishes to be free from her responsibilities, she accepts the marriage proposal from the Emperor of the frost realm. But plots are afoot that shatter her plans and threaten all the realms.
I enjoyed this YA book. It has a great premise and cast of characters that are broad enough to keep your interest but not lose you in meaningless side plots.
If you are a fan of the genre then this book is for you.
The world is well-developed and its background history defined, well worth a read.
This is a fantasy coming-of-age novel, where the main character goes through a lot of trials and tribulations, including some evil forces, before gaining understanding about herself and the world around her. Including her own strength and her own rather spectacular powers.
The author has a flair for dramatic language and dramatic scenes. Although it seemed there were a few too many tears welling up and some moments of lustful longing at odd times, including right after a gruesome battle and just after a beloved character dies. I struggled occasionally figuring out who was speaking since there was little attribution.
Once I got into the novel, it moved along quickly, although at first it was challenging to keep up with who was who.
Overall, a gripping story.
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