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    ROAD TO SHANDARA

    The fantasy genre has never appealed strongly to me, but now I am a fan of the imagery, tension and expectation of more to come. The writing allows me a mind movie.
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    Excellent.Well paced interesting characterizations

    Interesting storyline, Well paced action. Very interesting characters whose development results in making the reader want to become more vested in their actions and survival. Made deciding to order the next book in the series an easy decision.
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    Enticing start to series

    First in the Sanafarian Order series, Ken Lozito’s Road to Shandara is an enticing beginning to an epic fantasy. College senior Jace has always enjoyed the sport of martial weapons with his grandfather and the company of his grandfather’s half-wolf. But real life beckons, and he wonders what the future will bring. Then a very different life intervenes. Jace is offered unexpected powers, then thrust into a world of danger and dread. The story starts with a funeral—a dark setting for strange revelation, and further darkness ensues. “[Y]ou always have a choice. There are no perfect solutions, not in life,” Jace’s father advises. But choices are hard when loved ones die and revenge wields the blade. Jace’s choice leads him far from home, offers unexpected friendships, and reveals the a nicely drawn mythology and philosophy of lives, love and power, plus a pleasingly intriguing sense of “soul.” “Trust yourself,” a new friend advises. “[I]n the end it’s all we can really do.” Meanwhile the son inherits the problems of the grandfather, and has to trust his history as well. Road to Shadara is sometimes word, perhaps, but always fascinating and enthralling. Occasional typos really don’t seem to matter. It’s a slow read, with lots of introspection. But it’s filled with fast, well-drawn fight scenes, intriguing imagination, and great characters. The story ends powerfully and promises more to come. Disclosure: I was given an ecopy and I offer my honest review.
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    Road To Shandara

    Engaging characters and good storyline. Enjoyable read.
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    Road to shandara

    This was a free Ebook. I thought it was pretty good. The writting seems a bit simple, but the story moves along. I want to read the next one.
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