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    Magic and destiny come together in a great fantasy

    I like the realistic fantasy world Author Susan Faw creates in Seer of Souls by setting the age-old scene of good versus evil while weaving in a prophesied destiny, magic, and dark, unearthly beings that give you a serious chill. The struggle plays out through characters we can all relate to, each believable in their reactions, thoughts, and emotions that add another layer to this mythical realm. A great effort for a first in the series! I look forward to reading more from this author!

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    a breath of fresh air.

    I don't usually read fantasy, in fact when I was at school and had to read fantasy as part of my course, I would often fall asleep attempting to read it. Unlike the boring fantasy books I have read it the past, Faw's book is a breath of fresh air. Also after reading Seer of Souls, I have a craving for sticky buns. If you have read the book too, I'm sure you are craving sticky buns too. I love the world that Faw has created. I can see it in my mind. I enjoyed reading about Cayden, Ziona, Rydet and their band of followers. I look forward to reading the next book and finding out more about Avery. *** I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review ***

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    Amazing

    Loved the story, great for adults and young adults as well. Kayden and his sister choose to be reborn as mortals, therefore erasing all previous knowledge of being immortal. They're there to help save the world, which is not an easy task

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    Fantastic fantasy

    This story has all the magical ingredients of a perfect fantasy novel but it is far more than just that. The characters are very much grounded in real world values and emotions and the fantasy elements only serve to enhance their believability. I was instantly drawn into their world and loved all of the characters (good and bad). I felt the fast pace of constant action and adventure was the perfect contrast to the slow development of the main character Cayden, from lowly farm boy to a leader of men. The supporting characters were equally well drawn and their motivations believable. I particularly liked Avery and hope to learn more of her story in future books. Susan Faw's writing style flows beautifully with just enough description to allow the reader to visualise the settings. I felt like I'd been transported into the kingdom of Cathair and journeyed alongside Cayden and his men. The myths and prophecies interwoven with the action scenes also made for a fascinating and intriguing read. Having just finished Seer of Souls, I am now lingering in a state of mourning for this land and its people. I long to know what happens next and my only consolation is that it is book one of a series. I await (not so patiently) for book two to be completed.

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