Cloaked in Shadow

Cloaked in Shadow

Zacriah Trovirn is concerned with two things in life: hunting and dodging Petrer, the boy who broke his heart.Heartbreak becomes a distant concern when Zacriah is taken to the Elven capital of Thessolina, where he is forced into King Dalior’s new legion of shapeshifters. But Zacriah isn’t a shapeshifter. In truth, he doesn't know what he is.Zacriah joins forces with new fr...

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Title:Cloaked in Shadow
Author:Ben Alderson
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Cloaked in Shadow Reviews

  • Sasha Alsberg

    Disclamer: Ben is a good friend of mine but let me tell you, this book, is OUT OF THIS WORLD. I knew Ben was a good storyteller before he ever wrote Cloaked in Shadow but WOW did this book blow my mind! It was as if I completely forgot my best friend was writing this book. The story took over my mind and every twist and turn that this book bestowed upon me, shook me to the core.

    Plus, gay elves?? WE NEED MORE OF THAT IN YA! I loved the romance between Zac & Hadrian, it was sweet but powerful

    Disclamer: Ben is a good friend of mine but let me tell you, this book, is OUT OF THIS WORLD. I knew Ben was a good storyteller before he ever wrote Cloaked in Shadow but WOW did this book blow my mind! It was as if I completely forgot my best friend was writing this book. The story took over my mind and every twist and turn that this book bestowed upon me, shook me to the core.

    Plus, gay elves?? WE NEED MORE OF THAT IN YA! I loved the romance between Zac & Hadrian, it was sweet but powerful and left me needing MORE!

    I cannot wait to read Found in Night and see where this story is going to go. I am hooked!

    xSasha

  • Elizabeth Sagan

    Cloaked in Shadow made me think of Throne of Glass and ACOTAR and a lot of set-up books that put things in place before the shit hits the fan. It felt like setting up a chessboard, which makes me so much more curious about the sequel.

    *

    I had high expectations when I started reading it. And I can honestly say they were met. It was a really nice and enjoyable read.

    *

    I want to point out 2 things, though. First one, the world-building. It isn’t that it lacks in world-building (actually, it was pretty

    Cloaked in Shadow made me think of Throne of Glass and ACOTAR and a lot of set-up books that put things in place before the shit hits the fan. It felt like setting up a chessboard, which makes me so much more curious about the sequel.

    *

    I had high expectations when I started reading it. And I can honestly say they were met. It was a really nice and enjoyable read.

    *

    I want to point out 2 things, though. First one, the world-building. It isn’t that it lacks in world-building (actually, it was pretty decent), but I would have liked to know more about that world. But this is the problem with set-up books: you can’t put everything there, especially when the whole novel has 350 pages. So it wasn’t really a problem, since I expect the details to be filled in the sequel/s.

    *

    And there we go to the second thing, which I found really interesting. Since I knew it was an LGBTQ+ story, I expected to find more about how that society thinks about the LGBT community of elves. Technically, I expected to find a copy of the human world (with good and bad stuff). But there was no such a thing. The main character was just doing his stuff and he was treated in the same way as you’d expect in a straight relationship. And how cool is to read about gay relationships just like you read about straight relationships, without anyone pointing it out?! So I have mixed feeling about the fact that there was no kind of social pressure, no kind of... what I expected to find? Everything was just normal. And this is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 3. It was the first book I’ve read in which the LGBT part of it is treated in this way and I honestly think it’s so, so, so cool!

    *

  • Cait • A Page with a View

    I am so impressed right now - Ben has such a talent for storytelling! He created a detailed, creative world here that any fantasy fan will love. There were different types of elves, magic, a prince, pretty forests, lots of action scenes... basically everything you'd want to see.

    - A prince who is more than he appears... and with whom Zac might have more in common than he thinks.

    - a well-developed romance

    - you could feel the tension & history between Zac and Petrer

    - s

    I am so impressed right now - Ben has such a talent for storytelling! He created a detailed, creative world here that any fantasy fan will love. There were different types of elves, magic, a prince, pretty forests, lots of action scenes... basically everything you'd want to see.

    - A prince who is more than he appears... and with whom Zac might have more in common than he thinks.

    - a well-developed romance

    - you could feel the tension & history between Zac and Petrer

    - speaking of Petrer - he shapeshifts into a RAVEN

    - It's obvious at the start that Zac has magic he needs to hide, but I didn't expect the awesome plot twist there

    - The elf riding an elk made me so happy (because Thranduil ok)

    And I loved seeing a gay main character whose entire story/identity wasn't just his sexuality. Those books are fine, but it's wonderful to see a regular, full adventure too!

    Otherwise, Ben's writing was easy to read and the pacing was solid. Everything unfolded perfectly and totally kept my interest. I'm looking forward to the sequel now!!

  • Shauna

    A few disclaimers before I get into what is probably going to be a very lengthy (and spoiler-filled) review:

    One of the main things I think is important in a book review, or in any review, is honesty. So I’m going to be honest, I was a little bit sceptical when I started reading this book. The main thing that led to my scepticism was the amount of time that appeared to pass between the book being finished and its publication. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither are good books.

    The edition of

    A few disclaimers before I get into what is probably going to be a very lengthy (and spoiler-filled) review:

    One of the main things I think is important in a book review, or in any review, is honesty. So I’m going to be honest, I was a little bit sceptical when I started reading this book. The main thing that led to my scepticism was the amount of time that appeared to pass between the book being finished and its publication. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither are good books.

    The edition of Cloaked in Shadow I own is the Kindle edition. It’s possible that some of the things I’m talking about are different in the print edition. That doesn’t make some of the stuff I’m going to talk about fine. Every edition of a book you put out should be as perfect as possible.

    I am in no way trying to trash this book. Writing and publishing a book is a tremendous achievement. There are some people out there who seem to love this book, which is great. It just wasn’t for me. What I’m hoping to give here is constructive criticism. As a writer myself, I find criticism one of the best ways I gain experience and improve as a writer.

    I’m going to include quotes to back up some of the stuff I’m saying, just so anyone reading this can see exactly what I’m referring to.

    Another point I want to make is that I wrote this in the midst of writing my thesis proposal, so I may have been a little cranky at the time. I’ve tried to look over this review a number of times to make sure my cranky thesis brain wasn’t clouding my judgement.

    These are my own opinions. If you loved the book, then great. Nothing is better than reading a book and liking it, and I’m glad you had that experience.

    Okay, with that beast of a disclaimer over, let’s get into the review.

    The Good:

    The LGBTQ+ aspect of the novel: Incredibly well done. The author himself posted on here saying he hoped that someone would one day read this book and see how normal it is to be gay, and I think he has really achieved that. I’m a straight white girl and I cannot tell you how tired I am of reading books about straight white girls. Representation of minority groups in fiction has been so problematic in the past, so it’s wonderful that now that more and more readers have access to characters who they can relate to.

    The pacing: Stuff was constantly happening. Sometimes it was stuff that confused me, but it was stuff nonetheless. There weren’t any moments where I was bored simply because nothing was happening (except for the grape saga - more on that later). The time between events seemed reasonable enough (even though sometimes things did seem to be conveniently timed to progress the plot). The author knows how to keep a book moving and this is definitely a skill that will help him when writing the rest of this series.

    The font: I thought the font used on the chapter headings/cover was delightful. It really fit in with the vibe of the whole novel, which is a very important aspect of any book for me.

    Those are the main things I liked about the novel. The next part you’re going to read is under the heading of bad. I am quite hesitant to use the word bad because, to me, that comes across as me trashing/dragging the book and that is not what I want to do. So, although I kept the heading of bad for the sake of simplicity, I’d rather the next few things I talk about be considered areas where there is room to improve. (Sorry for the plethora of disclaimers in this review. Dealing with a book by someone who is really popular on social media can be quite daunting because it can sometimes be met with quite hostile reactions, which are never the creator’s fault).

    The Bad:

    Spelling and Grammar: Maybe I’m just particularly picky about grammar and spelling, but there were a number of mistakes in the Kindle edition that I found hard to ignore. I’m one of those lucky people who find spelling and grammar easy, and I’ve studied English literature for almost four years. Some people aren’t as lucky and find it hard, and that is completely fine. However, editing and proofreading should get rid of as many of those mistakes as possible, and several rounds are needed to really iron out the creases. I’ll leave a few examples below of things that particularly bugged me so you can see what I’m talking about:

    “I’d kill double the pray.” (Instead of prey)

    “curly black hair nestled between his pecks.” (I believe the ‘proper’ spelling is pecs - correct me if I’m wrong).

    “her adored hip.” (Instead of adorned).

    “I promise I won’t peak.” (Instead of peek. This one came up quite a few times).

    The cover: It just wasn’t for me. Some people love it, including the author, which is great. It just wasn’t my thing. We’ll leave it at that.

    The plot: Some things just didn’t make sense, or were too convenient. For example, the king invites a bunch of elves to his castle, without giving any reason and they all just go without asking any questions on the ride there. But when they arrive at the palace, the king seems sure they must have questions. The whole duel situation was also confusing. I was of the belief that Zac only had to enter the duel so he would no longer have to work in the kitchens (again, correct me if I’m wrong about this). But the King later decides that Zac no longer has to work in the kitchens because he saved Hadrian’s life. Yet, the duel is still on. So Zac, who no longer has to work in the kitchens, is duelling so he no longer has to work in the kitchens? Early on in the book, Zac seems worried about showing off his powers, but less than a day later he throws himself out of a window in the king’s palace which I assume is very heavily guarded and observed. The further into the plot I got, the more consistent things did get and I could see improvement as I was reading, mostly towards the very end of the book. Also, why elk? Have you seen elk? Their legs/frames don’t look like they can support a lot of weight. The antlers are also an issue because with any animal you ride on the back of, you are at risk of being thrown off. Often forwards. Being thrown into those antlers does not look like fun to me. The whole ‘moons’ as years thing. How does that work? Are we following the typical cycles of the moon that we have? I’m assuming so because the author mentions Orion, so the sky/space situation seems to be the same as ours. But if that’s the case, is Zac like one and a half years old? Because, if it’s following our moon cycles, that is around how old 18 moons is. There were other things about the plot that confused me, but I’ll leave it at those.

    The writing: Some of the descriptions are strange, and felt clunky to me. A sound is described as soundless. A character’s hands are covered by a lack of something. I’ll have some examples below. There were some problems with continuity at times, again I’ll put examples down below. A lot of telling and not showing. On one page alone I counted 14 instances of where the character’s movements were shown through “I *include action here*” sentences. “I turned/I tiptoed/I stepped/I heard, etc.” The grape saga was a particular issue for me. Several paragraphs in two scenes dedicated to grapes, when the time could have better been spent describing the characters or places to get a better image of the world. The king’s emblem constantly being described as being on things was also not a good point for me. Thankfully, this ceased after a few chapters. There were also a lot of scene breaks where I felt there didn’t need to be scene breaks.

    Some examples of issues I had with the writing:

    “I didn’t blame their silence.”

    “Finally realizing the smell was smoke”, followed shortly by, “The air was thick with smoke.” (So the smoke filled air didn’t smell of smoke?)

    “Hands rose to blocks eyes.”

    “Jumping from the wagon with a soundless thud.” (Sound being described as soundless).

    “The lack of jewels covering his hand.” (Covered. By. A. Lack.)

    “Drips of sweat broke away from my hairline to drip down my neck.” (Drips dripped).

    “I know whose blood this belongs to.”

    The dialogue: Dialogue is one of the things I struggle with most as a writer. Some people find it easy, but I know how hard it can be. The dialogue in this book wasn’t great. Stiff in many places. A lot of the humour fell flat for me, which I think led to my poor impression of the characters. Zac delivers what are supposed to be ‘sick burns’ at a few points, which I just found uncomfortable to read. There was also a weird mix of formal ‘old-timey’ language like “shall” and “for” and slang that seemed oddly modern and out of place. This was jarring for me, because it didn’t allow for a proper pattern of speech to be established. I’ll put some examples of that below.

    “Clearly bugged from my lack of response.” (Bugged just seems out of place with the rest of the language).

    “Leave it to me, sweet thing.” (Maybe Zach of Zach and Cody has corrupted this particular expression for me, because it stuck out like a sore thumb).

    “Everything is just so fucked up.” (Fucked up feels out of place in relation to the rest of the language, especially because the word isn’t used a lot in the book by characters).

    “BITCH!” (Again, not used by characters much and therefore seemed out of place).

    The characters: I either didn’t like, or didn’t really care about, a lot of characters in this book. I’m going to break it down by a few of the main characters in this book I have opinions about.

    Zac: Too much of a special snowflake for me. He has powers no one else has. He has pierced ears and no one else does. He can climb stairs with ease, and no one else can. Maybe I’m just over the whole ‘chosen one’ thing. He also seemed to know things he shouldn’t have known. There’s a good bit of ‘somehow, I knew already’ with Zac. That being said, I did love how cool Zac is about his sexuality, and he really did show that being gay is completely normal, which is so vital in literature today.

    Hadrian: This prince seems to have a personal vendetta against doors. Keeps kicking them down. He seems like a relatively nice guy, though the dialogue that was supposed to show him as kind of snarky and funny fell flat for me, so I really didn’t think much about him. He seems like a nice guy, and it’s clear that he cares for Zac, which is nice.

    Petrer: This guy confused me. He cheated on Zac, yet doesn’t seem to know they’re not together anymore? I know he wasn’t aware that Zac knew about the cheating, but it doesn’t take a genius to figure it out. I honestly have no real impression of Petrer other than he was a guy who Zac used to have a relationship with. The twist at the end with him becoming evil was unexpected, which is always a good use of character.

    Nyah: I don’t really have much to say about Nyah. She seems like a good friend. Her and Zac don’t spend a phenomenal amount of time together (or at least time we get to see). Similarly to Hadrian, she’s supposed to come across as witty and funny, but the flatness of the dialogue kept that part of her from me. I did like how she was a strong woman who was ready and very capable of fighting.

    We seem to get to know a lot of characters only through their relationship to Zac and not as actual individuals. All of your characters should have goals other than interacting with the MC, just like everyone in real life has conflicting goals.

    Final Thoughts:

    Did I hate this book? No. It annoyed me at times, but I didn’t hate it.

    Did I love it? Also a firm no.

    To me, this reads more like a draft than a finished product. There are indications that this could actually be well written. While I wasn’t a fan of how a lot of things were described, here and there were some lovely descriptions that show a lot of potential. I think a lot of the issues I had with this book could have been ironed out if the release date had been pushed back. The amount of time between the first draft being finished to the book being published seemed really short from what I have heard. Editing takes time and has the power to work miracles. I know the prospect of getting your book out into the world as soon as possible is thrilling. What is even more thrilling (to little old me at least) is putting out a well edited book because you know you’re selling the best version of your story. First word is sometimes not best word.

    However, writing a book is a phenomenal achievement, and Ben should be incredibly proud of himself. It’s something I still haven’t managed to do.

    I was actually happy to hear that Ben is writing more. He has a lot of potential and so much room for improvement. Getting better is never a bad thing. Seasoned authors get better with every book they write, so I see things only improving from here.

    Also, I am thankful that this book brought Ben’s channel to my attention. I follow a few different booktubers and have been aware of Ben for quite a while, but for some reason I never thought to look at his channel. Now I have and I have seen a few of his videos, which I really enjoyed.

    I will be reading whatever comes next in this series, and I am looking forward to seeing Ben improve as a writer.

    If you made it this far, good job you. This is more of an essay than a review, I know. The English scholar in me doesn’t know when to stop. I hope anyone reading this found it insightful, or even just a good waste of time.

    And as the saying goes, that’s all she wrote.

  • JD

    An Elf nicknamed "Zac". That's enough to DNR for me right there. Let's break down the synopsis now: the author puts "feeding his family" and avoiding a love interest into the same priority category. Seriously?

    Wtf is with the cover art? It looks like something that would belong to gay fantasy fanfic featuring an Elf that works part time as a go-go dancer in a gay club in Orlando. And I say that as a gay guy living in Orlando. YA- can't we demand better than this garbage?

    EDIT: Okay gang, I need

    An Elf nicknamed "Zac". That's enough to DNR for me right there. Let's break down the synopsis now: the author puts "feeding his family" and avoiding a love interest into the same priority category. Seriously?

    Wtf is with the cover art? It looks like something that would belong to gay fantasy fanfic featuring an Elf that works part time as a go-go dancer in a gay club in Orlando. And I say that as a gay guy living in Orlando. YA- can't we demand better than this garbage?

    EDIT: Okay gang, I need to add a postscript to this review, months after I wrote it.

    I know I'm getting huge hate, but I'm not changing this review. At the time it was written, I reviewed not the book's contents but what we knew about it: The cover art and the synopsis. While I wrote a review based on things we knew about an unreleased book, others were giving this thing high starred reviews... just because. Those same people then attacked me for reviewing a book before it was released. Hypocritical much?

    First of all, I still hate this fucking cover. Seriously, this guy got totally swindled with it. Critiquing a cover is of course legitimate. If you're turned off by a book's synopsis and cover, are you more or less likely to buy the book? Give me a break.

    Soon after I posted it, the author himself put me on twitter blast and got his social media acolytes to come and harass me on here. Then *THE AUTHOR CHANGED HIS OWN SYNOPSIS ON HERE*. It used to read:

    "Zacriah Trovirn is concerned with two things in life: feeding his family and dodging Petrer, the boy who broke his heart."

    and now reads:

    "Zacriah Trovirn is concerned with two things in life: hunting and dodging Petrer, the boy who broke his heart."

    So this guy attacks me on twitter and gets his foolish Jonestown clan to go after me, then takes some of my criticism. WTF?

    Also on this point, let's discuss the synopsis quotes on the cover: "A world in ruin." "A kingdom of lies." Okay... so why is that shit not in the main synopsis?! Instead we're spoon-fed this silly over-prioritized gay romance meanwhile the world is in ruins? In YOUR MAIN SYNOPSIS. This whole thing is just a poorly executed mess.

    Next, let's get rid of the notion that anything about this is original. Elves with light hair, pointy ears, magic, and different colored blood is not original. It's a straight-up Lord of the Rings/Eragon ripoff. The only "original" thing about it is it's almost exclusively gay characters, which is the primary thing being marketed about this book. Not the story, not the personality of the mains, not the conflict-- the sexuality. I'll discuss my issues with this next.

    Taken from the author's own twitter page, here are some more blatant rip-offs:

    . 'Alorian elves' have golden blood.

    . 'Morthi elves' live in underground caverns. (Mirkwood elves, anyone?)

    . 'Niraen elves' ride elks. (Again, Mirkwood infringement).

    THIS. SHIT. IS. NOT. ORIGINAL.

    My final enormous critique of this book is the marketing, and I need to elaborate:

    I love YA. I love LGBTQ fiction. I love YA LGBTQ fiction. My top YA favorites is the Six of Crows duology by Leigh Bardugo. They feature queer characters. My issue with Ben Alderson is that he exploits his (and my) sexuality to sell books. He knows his fan girls will go crazy if he shells them some queer romance. He uses gay characters as blatant tropes to market his book. Six of Crows isn't a story constructed around gay characters. It's LGBTQ characters constructed inside a story. Its seamless and not abused. This is how you do queer in fiction, not my trumpeting your work as having gay characters, and oh yeah, some other stuff too.

    How YA readers, who apparently are offended at anything and everything, can tolerate blatant gay exploitation is beyond me.

  • Kylie Holiday

    Saw this book in the Goodreads newsletter and noticed the impressive ratings, and I LOVE LGBTQ fiction. But please do NOT believe the hype!!! This story is sexist in the worst way, delegating most of its female characters to one dimensional 'bitchy bimbo' stereotypes while the equally one dimensional male cast of Mary Sues receive the rest of the fantasy tropes. This is NOT acceptable in 2017!!! Here's just one early example, and th

    Saw this book in the Goodreads newsletter and noticed the impressive ratings, and I LOVE LGBTQ fiction. But please do NOT believe the hype!!! This story is sexist in the worst way, delegating most of its female characters to one dimensional 'bitchy bimbo' stereotypes while the equally one dimensional male cast of Mary Sues receive the rest of the fantasy tropes. This is NOT acceptable in 2017!!! Here's just one early example, and there are many many more. (For context, Zacriah is sitting in a wagon listening to girls gossip about having sex with the prince)

    Nyah is partially the exception and maybe this gets better later in the book, but I can't stomach another page and first impressions matter!

    As if the misogyny wasn't enough to rate it one star, let's take a look at the writing itself. Purple prose, grammar errors, very weird metaphors on every page, especially when magic is being used, modern words constantly peppered throughout that break any sense this is supposed to be a fantasy world. It feels more like a series of roleplaying posts or a fanfic. Also, there's a complete absence of anything resembling story or compelling character motivation. An example: the first two chapters the main character is just sitting in a cart. Literately!!! He's just a camera describing everything in purple prose, every irrelevant detail that had nothing to do with his (lack of) motivation or personal conflict. The plot instead seems like a lot of absurdly random coincidences the characters stumble upon rather than driving things through their own actions.

    DNF and will NOT come back for the sequel!

  • Ben Alderson

    MY BOOK IS OUT IN THE WORLD

    IM CRYING

    Thank you to everyone who has supported me and I hope you enjoy my book. It is out now and I am literally crying into my Iced Latte! Thank you all so so so so so so so much. IM CRYING. again. ALL DAY. This story means the world to me and I hope a young boy will read this one day and see how normal being gay is!

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    I AM WRITING A BOOK.

    THIS IS MY BABY!!!!!!!!!

    I am so so excited about this announcement. I am aiming to have it out early 2018, if no

    MY BOOK IS OUT IN THE WORLD

    IM CRYING

    Thank you to everyone who has supported me and I hope you enjoy my book. It is out now and I am literally crying into my Iced Latte! Thank you all so so so so so so so much. IM CRYING. again. ALL DAY. This story means the world to me and I hope a young boy will read this one day and see how normal being gay is!

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    I AM WRITING A BOOK.

    THIS IS MY BABY!!!!!!!!!

    I am so so excited about this announcement. I am aiming to have it out early 2018, if not even EARLIER! I will have a better estimate on release date mid 2017!

    PLEASE COME SHOW THIS SOME LOVE, ADD IT TO YOUR PAGES AND GET EXCITED!

    Beauty and the Beast inspired fantasy with Dragons (well... something similar to dragons... and OHMYGOSH just you wait and see), Gay Romance and Elemental Control!

    ARHHH

  • Ana

    Quoting Ben's not-official description "Beauty and the Beast inspired fantasy with Dragons, Gay Romance and Elemental Control"

    ...

    Shut up and take my money.

    I'm so sold. I need this.

  • ☙ percy ❧

    RETELLINGS??????

    DRAGONS??????

    GAY ROMANCE???????

    ELEMENTAL MAGIC?????????

    I NEED IT

    THESE ARE LITERALLY MY FOUR FAVOURITE THINGS EVER

    update: idek where i got the dragons from because there's no dragons in the blurb but uh, anyways,

  • Rachel E. Carter

    Ben's debut gives fans of the Shannara Chronicles something new to fangirl (and boy :D) over in young adult fantasy.

    Okay, so I have to say First Year fans will love this one -I sent countless messages to Ben as I was reading saying things like: "OMG Priscilla's twin!" "Nyah is LIFE (Ella fans will love her)" "Your princeling is waaay nicer than mine (because Darren haters/those who love Ian will like Ben's book more;P)" >> Clearly Ben and I like

    Ben's debut gives fans of the Shannara Chronicles something new to fangirl (and boy :D) over in young adult fantasy.

    Okay, so I have to say First Year fans will love this one -I sent countless messages to Ben as I was reading saying things like: "OMG Priscilla's twin!" "Nyah is LIFE (Ella fans will love her)" "Your princeling is waaay nicer than mine (because Darren haters/those who love Ian will like Ben's book more;P)" >> Clearly Ben and I like the same stuff because his book takes place largely in a castle with a hot prince who trains Zac in fighting (and who doesn't like fight/training scenes and duels!) and then there is the sassy bff and the protagonist who is NOT PERFECT and WORKING ON LEARNING HIS POWER/FIGHTING SKILLS. Seriously, I appreciate a flawed protagonist and Zacriah is that for me! But mostly what I enjoyed about this book? The way the protagonist's homosexuality was handled -Zac already knew he was gay at the start, he didn't struggle with anything relating to his homosexuality in this book, the story just flowed naturally and we could have a main character that was openly gay from page one and have it not be a big deal or huge plot point, just a natural element that went along with the rest of the fantasy storyline. Well done.

    I'm not going to drop spoilers or quotes in here because I was reading an ARC and it's not release time yet so I don't want to ruin the book for the rest of you guys, but you should definitely check this one out!

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