4 out of 4 stars
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"WE ARE VOULHIRE"
by Mathew Tysz
"We are voulhire" is an eye catching, mysterious and yet an interesting book from the beginning to the end. The author gives a defining position to each character addressing them with their acts which helps the reader, to connect and understand what he or she is reading. The book is full of action and composition that helps you relate from one chapter, sentence and page to another. Trusting what you read makes you know that author brings out the reality in the world he is creating. The book plays it all whether serious and humorous, creating a proper imagination in the reader's mind and making it loveable and bound to an attachment of the story to the reader's daily life. It is definitely a piece of creative writing for you to read.
The book is about the characters of Voulhire in a dilemma between mastery and mystery, chaos and control, evil and doubt, letting them to either fail or win and learn from their actions. There is death by sword and a slow starvation in the land of Princes, conspiracy, unending war that seems not to end and some people decide to leave towards other neighboring cities to escape the tragedy.
My favorite part of the book is how the author gives an opening introduction to the characters of each chapter which gives direction to the story as you read through. What l learn from this book is how the King of Voulhire relates to the world. That even with the evil, inequities, corruption, uncertainties, the world is a beautiful place when you are young because you never understand. But with the experience as you grow through life, you get to realize the difference between knowing and seeing evil and at times when you are involved in it. It is so pathetic. Another thing is what one character says, "some of the greatest knowledge comes from the lesser things.", quite true and very wise of him.
There is not a thing to dislike in the book. It has a solid story foundation, making an interesting storyline to read and understand.
Writing is not about finding but creating a story. The author's outlook is more than just want he thinks of the world, it is the reason to what makes this book an adventurous imagination. I, therefore rate this book 4 out of 4 because of its descriptive definition of a dreamer. Anyone who loves mystery and adventure can read the book.
We are Voulhire: A New Arrival under Great Skies
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