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They said she was out of her mind. The dark truth will shake the foundations of the fae realm...
Lorelei refuses to believe her wild visions mean she’s insane. But despite her royal sidhe heritage, she’s banished to a remote priory to prevent her causing trouble. So when a priestess of the Elemental Order urges her to join a risky pilgrimage, she flees her prison and sails headlong into danger.
Traveling to an ancient land imbued with volatile magic, she chokes back her disbelief after unearthing evil sorcery that shouldn’t exist. And now that Lorelei holds the forbidden secrets, she fears it’s only a matter of time before the powerful Elphyne Empire silences her permanently. If the fae church’s ruthless assassins don’t hunt her down first...
Can Lorelei expose the sinister conspiracy before darkness falls forever?
Song of Shadow is the captivating first novel in the Ballad of Emerald and Iron epic fantasy series. If you like strong women, potent magic, and non-stop adventure, then you’ll love Natalya Capello’s enthralling tale.
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Solid First Book in a Series
Really strong start to a fantasy series that kept me engaged until the end. Even with a satisfying end to the story arc, I was engaged enough that I wanted more of the story. I will definitely be getting the rest of the series when it is released on audible. Senn Annis (narrator) is a good fit for the MC, but a lot of her male voices sound the same. They are however distinct enough that you can keep them separate. Can't wait for Hymn or Canticle.
What's A Girl To Do?
Natalya Capello's writing is creative. In book one of this series, the protagonist, Lorelei, has visions that make others think that she is insane and so she is banished to a remote priory. On her journey there, a priestess encourages Lorelei to join a pilgrimage, which sends Lorelei into a never ending thrill ride. The story is fun and entertaining. The world building is extensive, The characters are interesting and convoluted. I recommend this book to everyone who likes the fantasy genre. Senn Annis' narration is fantastic and adds to the entertainment of the tale. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.