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    Expansive and intricate debut

    Wicked Saints by Emily Duncan is Something Dark and Holy book #1 and the beginning to an expansive and intricate fantasy epic. Kingdoms and lives hang in the balance as religions clash. Nadya is a cleric who can talk with all the gods and she may just hold the key to stopping the war. But we know it's never that easy. When she is forced to abandon the monastery she grew up in, her journey begins, and not just one to save her world, one of personal discovery as well. Ms. Duncan creates a world full of flawed and complex characters who the reader can connect with, love and hate. The story is filled with both beauty and brutality. The warring of religions as well as magic that is rooted in blood. Ms. Duncan also pulls from the mythos of various cultures to give us distinct peoples who are rooted in ideas that are subtly familiar, yet uniquely different. Overall I enjoyed Wicked Saints by Emily Duncan and felt it was a good first book for this series. We are drawn in as readers and given a lot of different things to connect with as well as rebel against. I am very curious to see where things go from here as this world and its characters expand and develop. (I voluntarily reviewed an advance review copy of this book I received for free from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)

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