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Etruvia has known peace for 20 years. But this time of peace has brought corruption and greed. The nobility has taken control, and the memories of great victories of old have faded. Crime is rife, and the once proud people are little more than peasants. As a great evil rises in the desolate North, can a forgotten king and an embittered former war hero wake a nation from its stupor and build an army strong enough to give it a fighting chance?

©2017 Al Burke (P)2018 Zombie Cupcake Press

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  • 06-27-18

Political Military Fantasy

I enjoyed this book, though it was a slow beginning. The audio book narration was a little slow, and a lot of the narrative was telling rather than showing, with a lot of things happening either out of the timeline, or behind the scenes. I would have loved for a lot more of this to be included front and center. This is definitely a political fantasy with more of a historical feel to it. It is full of Politics, Nobles, and Vigilantes. I would have enjoyed it a whole lot more if there was more attention given to a few of the characters, and the vigilante. The story was great, and the ending was completely unexpected. It leaves room for a potential followup novel, one which I'd look forward to checking out.