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    A prequel that starts the journey

    This prequel to the fabulous Warprize takes the reader back five years and in the process offers readers both insights and a sweet romance. Featuring Warna a very human heroine who finds himself alone and Verice an Elven Baron who for whatever reason cannot resist protecting the innocent . We are thrown into a taste of life as war steadily encroaches with moments that made this reader startle as I realised just how everything fit into what for these characters is still to come. In all conscience I cannot give too much away because I honestly have absolutely no desire to ruin this for others. I can say that at times Warna and her tenacity reminded me of Xylara but there the similarities end. Warna is a young woman who knows what she wants but I liked that she's unafraid to seek advice. Verice was a surprise. A male dragged down by grief and the guilt that only a survivor can understand and yet he locks his feelings away to sally forth and protect his people. We get a glimpse at the Elven court and the arrogance that lies within it but Verice whilst not perfect or particularly alpha to my mind felt a worthy hero. If new to this authors work then definitely start here although I don't think this has quite as much impact as some previous books it nevertheless tells a wonderful story and introduces characters and a world that truly is magical. This voluntary take is of an advance copy and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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