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  • Packed with Action + Adventure + Intrigue

    This book is filled with action, adventure, intrigue, mystery, suspense, and a dash of romance! There are a few plot twists and a surprising traitor involved in Elizabeth’s kidnapping – a shocking betrayer that even I didn’t see coming! So much excitement that you definitely don’t want to miss out on! This book has a creative storyline, a detailed writing style, interesting characters, is fast paced, and keeps you entertained. I think most people will have a love/hate relationship with the main character, Tucker. I think they will find him off-putting, pompous, and arrogant at first. Tucker is a thief, a cheat, a coward, a liar, and a con-man. But as you spend more time with him and get to know him better, I think he’ll slowly start to win you over. I am curious to see if that attitude will continue over the course of the other books in the series or if he’ll go back to his old ways. As far as Enon goes, he is kind, caring, and protective. However, even though an adult his language skills are more like a young, uneducated child. It was occasionally annoying reading his broken-up sentences that were more like a bunch of childish words randomly thrown together. I also enjoyed the supporting characters as each one brought something unique to the story. There is a lot going on in this book and surprisingly it’s only 120 pages via eBook! Unfortunately, the amount of content was so jam-packed and overloaded that it had to quickly jump from scene-to-scene in order to make room for everything to fit. This made for some scenes to seem choppy and not fully developed, like they were quickly rushed through so that the next scene could take place. However, with this book having so much detail it also didn’t allow for much lag time or for the reader to have a chance to find a slow-paced scene as the book just kept going from big moment to the next big moment without catching a breath in-between. Unfortunately, I think that the worldbuilding wasn’t as strong and powerful as it needed to be. I think this was mostly because the book was on the shorter end and everything seemed rushed. There was barely any time for the storyline, plot points, character development, character arc, etc., let alone time for creating a setting and worldbuilding. At 120 pages there just wasn’t enough space to do the worldbuilding justice. I think what the author started building definitely held promise and showed skills that he held the talent and capabilities of generating such designs if given enough pages to follow through. This book genre is marketed as a fantasy, action/adventure book and yet the author found a way to throw in mystery, intrigue, suspense, and romance elements into the book. It definitely added a fascinating extra component to the story! This book is book one of The Chronicles of Tucker Littlefield Book Series. This book can absolutely be read as a standalone. All in all, I enjoyed reading this book and would absolutely recommend it! I think all fantasy, action, and adventure readers will like this book too! So, add it to your TBR List and get to reading - you won't be disappointed! **Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book and have voluntarily provided an honest, and unbiased review in accordance with FTC regulations.**

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