4 out of 4 stars
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Arviakyss is the “Queen’s Champion,” and his devotion to saving lives and his act of heroism stemmed from the promise he made to his dying mother. You may need to read the book to find out the promise he made. Soon, he was reputed as the “People’s Champion.” But did they betray him and turn their backs on him? This would mean a fall from grace for him.
After the invading of Elidria’s village by mercenaries, she would find Arviakyss to save her. But this would be difficult for a hero like Arviakyss, who humans had betrayed. Did she convince him to forgive his betrayers? If he forgives them, this would mean that they would form a partnership to save “village morphs,” reveal the truth and fight higher powers.
DELSAR: The Champion and The Hero was written by A.D. Morway. This book takes the reader on a journey of conspiracies, friendships, waves of laughter, battles, and tests of honor. It is a fiction book with values that underlie our present real-life issues.
Reading this book was a thrill for me, as I enjoyed discovering Elidria’s character. I pretty enjoyed how her never-give-up attitude clashed with Delsar’s strict nature. The character development of Elidria was amazing, as her resilient character was quite motivational for those around her.
What I liked most about the book was that the book was written in dialogue. The humorous banter diffused the tensity of the book. Also, I liked the author’s ability to explain past experiences relevant to the present occurrences without dwelling on the past; it was pretty commendable. Elidria’s dream in the book gives us glimpses of what happened to her later in the story. These were areas I considered positive in the book.
What I disliked most about the book was that there were too many loose ends, as the book was inconclusive in certain areas. For instance, Bekka’s relationship with Delsar was not expounded properly. This is the aspect of the book that I found very negative. Likewise, the king’s true intentions that were hinted at were not explained. Some parts of the story were left midair, like the magician’s involvement in Delsar and Elidria’s mission.
Overall, this book was a delight to read. Since it was mostly written in dialogue, I did not find significant errors in the book. Therefore, this book was professionally edited. I would gladly award it four out of four stars. I recommend DELSAR: The Champion and The Hero to readers interested in fictional adventures and fantasies.
DELSAR: The Champion & The Hero
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