Today I’m am back with another blogtour! Today is my spot on the #blogtour organised by @The_WriteReads for Ranger’s Oath by Blake Arthur Peel. This book came 5thplace in the #BBNYA2020 competition. I had so much fun reading this.
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The barrier between worlds is broken. Only he knows the truth…
Magic has protected Tarsynium for a thousand years, shielding its people from being ravaged by bloodthirsty demons. When a young ranger’s apprentice named Owyn Lund discovers that the Arc of Radiance has been breached, he tries to warn anybody who will listen.
But legends aren’t supposed to be real.
When a village is mysteriously destroyed, rangers, mages, and rebels all point the finger, blaming each other for the demons’ brutality. However, Zara Dennel, a mage’s ward, has heard Owyn’s tale—and she’s inclined to believe him.
Together, they must prove that friendship is greater than intolerance, unity is more important than division, and that even the most powerful magic can sometimes not be enough.
Failure means the end of all things. A second—and lasting—Doom.
Experience the beginning of a thrilling Epic Fantasy series suitable for all ages. It’s perfect for fans of Sabaa Tahir, Sarah J. Maas, and Brandon Sanderson.
Ranger’s Oath by Blake Arthur Peel the first book in the Fall in Radiance series, it takes you on a thrilling journey as you explore a world filled with magic, mystery, and danger. Which anyone who knows me will know that I have a little soft spot for magic and mystery. The book is one that leaves you wanting more.
The concept behind this book was on that I found incredibly intriguing. I did find that some parts however were a little slow but even still the writing allowed you to create an incredibly vivid picture in your head. That is something that always makes me want to not put the book down and this is one of those situations where I could have easily finished reading it in one day had I not had work to do.
There was so many different aspects to the world he has built that I think will be incredibly intriguing as the story continues and I cannot wait to learn more all about mages, rangers and demons. The plot to this story is one that is fast-paced but addictive with so many action scenes and moments that had me holding my breath. It had me hooked and as more twists were revealed I found myself needed to read on. The story is one that you can find yourself getting completely immersed in.
I loved that the characters were ones that in some way or another you could relate to them.
This is a book I can see myself constantly recommending for a while.
Have you read this book yet? Let me know your thoughts?