The Warlords Of Woodmyst Reviewed. Part 1.




The Warlords Of Woodmyst: Book Four Of The Woodmyst Chronicles by Robert E. Kreig is about resistance and courage. Death approaches like a dark cloud and there is very little the people of Woodmyst can do without any leader who will rise above all and become exactly what they need. Old and new enemies are closing in and, this time, they have formed allies stronger than Woodmyst. In between prophecies that may or may not be true, Tomas Warde rises above the rest to help his people fight the enemies. The attacks are strong and there are unknown creatures that no one has seen before. How can they fight enemies that they know nothing about? Or will they perish inside the Walls of Woodmyst?

This is epic fantasy at its best. Although I am new to the series, this is the best introduction I have ever had. This novel had everything; strong characters, a good plot, great development, and enough thrills, mystery and suspense to make you stay up late at night to read just one more page. The novel had very much of a Chronicles of Narnia and Eragon vibe. And since I love these novels, I loved this novel too. It was written so well that I cannot believe I never read the previous novels in the series. This is definitely a novel I would read again because it has great potential and this time, I will start from the beginning because I cannot stop myself. It is that good! Simply great.

Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

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