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Servant of the Crown: An Epic Fantasy Novel (Heir to the Crown Book 1) Kindle Edition
If you are looking for a new series that will keep you enthralled and waiting impatiently for the next book to be released, then Servant of the Crown should be added to your reading list!
-The London Review
It was a wonderful story with wonderful characters and I've already got the other two selections.
-5 stars - Goodreads
I really wish I could give this more than just five stars. This is hands down one of the best medieval-type fantasy stories I have ever read. I didn't want it to end!
5 stars - Goodreads
Great story with a very believable main character and a wonderful cast of side characters!
5 stars - Amazon.ca
Fantastic book that you won't want to put down!
5 stars - Kobo
I really enjoyed this book, and didn't want to put it down... I strongly recommend this series.
5 stars - Kobo
Beautifully written, characters so believable, exciting story line and just could not put it down
5 stars - Amazon.co.uk
About the Author
- ASIN : B076QLKDM5
- Language : English
- File size : 1581 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 316 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,046 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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As I said, I bought it expecting a historical novel and struggled to place the time in history. Then it dawned on me that it was a fantasy land. I guess this made it easier to write and saved the author having any historical knowledge or doing any research.
I persevered simply because I hate giving up on a book and held on to the hope that it must have a plot and a point to the book somewhere. I was wrong.
This book is as intellectually stimulating as watching paint dry. The narrative is repetitive and the vocabulary at the level of a Sun reader. I got to the end hoping for some kind of conclusion. Sadly I didn’t get one and the end of the book simply meanders to the next instalment, which I will not be buying. Life is too short!
I accept not all are but chapters on plants and the feelings of a young girl do not grab any attention.
It’s well written but does not hold my attention in any way.
Sorry but I must say what I felt,more,a lot more action will hold the reader.
I wondered how an action story would develop when the main character suffered such a deliberating devastating injury so early.
So it turned out,chaperoning a young girl and not much else.
With standard British place names and locations only slightly changed, this is lazy writing and not worthy of the title fantasy.
The author steals from Tolkein, Harry Potter and Game of Thrones among others.
If this was a school essay which it closely resembles, there would be accusations of plagiarism.
Stilted and shallow, for me this journey stops at the end of book one although in truth, I gave up a long time ago.
The story follows a common, loyal honest soldier and his friendship with a young princess, charting the changes in their lives as they grow older in an often hard and intolerant medieval world.
I like many other will be buying the next book in this series.