The Woodmyst Chronicles: Book II
A small village is raided.
The wives and daughters are taken.
The husbands and sons are murdered.
A lone survivor reaches out to Woodmyst for help.
Tomas Warde leads a small band of men.
Their mission is to rescue the captured women and children.
But have they taken on more than they bargained for?
A dark power rises.
Fear grips the coastal regions as an evil overlord, THE SOVEREIGN, establishes authority over the land.
Battling the elements of the coldest season and creatures that simply cannot be, Tomas Warde and The Sons Of Woodmyst press onward, determined to see their quest through to the end.
No matter what.
Kreig pens his story with finesse.
The reader is easily caught up in the action and adventure. The forest is eerie, the sea is tumultuous, and the battle scenes are engaging and captivating. Death is not forever, foreboding creatures simply refuse to die. It is a novel you want to crawl under a blanket with, pull it up to your nose, and at times cover your head in protection because the cold dark world of the Woodmyst sons is bitter and chilling. Kreig’s imagination is unique and spellbinding, the story is fast paced, and the plot flows magically. The Sons of Woodmyst grabs you and doesn’t relent until the very end. Looking forward to seeing, feeling, and experiencing what happens next.
Cheryl E. Rodriguez
A real treat for all fantasy lovers.
The Sons of Woodmyst by Robert E. Kreig is a fantastical tale of demons, dragons, scarecrows, and an evil overlord called The Sovereign that’s sure to be a real treat for all fantasy lovers. Kreig’s prose is polished and strong without having to resort to unnecessary adjectives to convey a sense of time and place. There are several interesting twists to The Sons of Woodmyst, one which was totally unexpected, that add another interesting layer to an already entertaining story.
The Sons of Woodmyst will not disappoint if you want a terrific dark fantasy to read.
The Sons of Woodmyst is a gripping fantasy from The Woodmyst Chronicles by Robert E. Kreig. It is very well written with a captivating beginning and suspense leading up to the ending. Black magic and sword fighting go hand in hand in this fast paced story. It contains a lot of drama which is often emotional and mildly graphic due to the nature of the plot. The characters are impressive ones who are not easily forgotten. The Sons of Woodmyst is very engaging and, based on what I have read, The Woodmyst Chronicles could possibly be made into a movie.
An action filled story that keeps readers engaged.
The Sons Of Woodmyst is a well-written fantasy story that mixes fantastical elements with good story writing, fleshed out characters, and great scenery description. I enjoyed the story line and think other readers will also want to follow Tomas on this journey. Robert E Kreig did an excellent job of writing an action filled story that keeps readers engaged. It is full of mystery and intrigue, and a darkness that seems very real and terrifying. This story will appeal to readers of fantasy, action stories, stories about sword fighting and bows and arrows, creatures dying, and daring captures and rescues. It is most definitely worth the time, and readers will not be disappointed.