I've spent most of my life entertaining myself. With the escape of video games, board games, and stylistic entertainment of fantasy movies I had finally found the pinnacle combination of all three.
Geek Warning: This is about to get real.
Dungeons and Dragons changed my life. With the experience I had with video games, with the stylistic and creative background that movies and games gave me, the table top version of the culmination of all three was a god-send to how I would spend my days playing with friends and complete/creating my own adventures. The reason I mention this is because I had fallen out of reading for quite some time. Nothing seemed to really interest me, and I never really had made an effort to search for an outlet through a book.
With Conqueror's of K'Tara the enjoyment of world-building, adventuring, and all-around fantismal was blasted right back into my life. Immediately you thrown into a whole other universe. Information, for the first few chapters, seems overwhelming and too detailed. However, as you continue your journey throughout the story things start to connect to one another, information you gained previously is now insightful and imaginative as you can begin to piece together the story as a reader. confidently do you become a lore master, as trips to the glossary in the back of the book become unnecessary. You feel as if you become one of the Prince's Primes as you courageously immerse yourself into the voids of battle alongside the protagonists of the stories.
Not only does this book become an adventure for you, as a reader. But it becomes a newfound love as you're introduced to an escape, and another universe.
I had received an earlier copy that had multiple grammatical errors, and at times, flow didn't seem to be on par with what I would expect from the author. But I sent comments and suggestions to him and since then they have been changed! The book as it stands has single=handedly reintroduced me to the world of reading, and I cannot wait for further iterations of this story.