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    Adventurous journey

    Aldrei the dragon is back and Marl with his motley crew must stop him. They go on a treacherous journey filled with deadly adventure. Really good characters with a fun and adventurous story. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    A good story

    It was a good fantasy of dragons and the crew that fights them. A returning evil and heroes that need to save the world - a story that everyone knows but it always depends on the reteller how powerful it would be. And this style made the story wonderful! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Character-Driven, Campy Epic Fantasy

    Is campy epic fantasy a thing? That's how this book came across to me. I don't know if you're familiar with the sequel to The Blues Brothers movie, but this reminded me somewhat of the idea of having “to get the band back together.” It is definitely character driven, and there are a LOT of characters (not always easy to keep track of them all, especially when some have similar names). An old nemesis is supposedly back, dredging up bad memories and opening old wounds as people come together to try to figure out what to do about it. The character vignettes were interesting, but I felt like the action itself was a little boring. It was more about reading about quirky characters and what they got up to as they sorted themselves out rather than a true edge-of-your-seat epic fantasy. By the way, I didn't think either the title or the cover went along with the book at all; I do like both to reflect what is in the book; they set a tone and expectations, acting as the first gatekeepers and guiding me in deciding if I want to read it. Despite all this, though, I am curious to see where the author will go with this world.
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