Curse of The Seventh Sword: The Gauntlet of Feona

Curse of The Seventh Sword The Gauntlet of Feona Davydd Miljorn is a hunter living in Gor a small town in the kingdom of Angweleth One day while hunting for game he unbeknownst to him saves the princess of Angweleth when her carriage is attacked

  • Title: Curse of The Seventh Sword: The Gauntlet of Feona
  • Author: Kelechi Agu
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Davydd Miljorn is a hunter living in Gor, a small town in the kingdom of Angweleth One day, while hunting for game, he unbeknownst to him, saves the princess of Angweleth when her carriage is attacked by mysterious assailants This singular act, spawns a series of events which take both of them and the friends they meet, on a quest to retrieve an artifact that may just beDavydd Miljorn is a hunter living in Gor, a small town in the kingdom of Angweleth One day, while hunting for game, he unbeknownst to him, saves the princess of Angweleth when her carriage is attacked by mysterious assailants This singular act, spawns a series of events which take both of them and the friends they meet, on a quest to retrieve an artifact that may just be the difference between humanity s destruction or it s salvation.

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    1. I had a really hard time getting into this story due to the voice of the prose. Everything was presented in a way that almost felt like it was a script turned into a novel - This happened, then this happened, then this happened, then this happened. I didn’t really feel like I was given details about the setting that would draw me into the story. Showing what happened is great for developing the characters, but sometimes it almost felt as if I was watching them interact on a blank screen. If de [...]

    2. I don’t read a lot of fantasy stories, but this one is a welcome change for me. I like how the author creates this imaginary world and peopled it with these characters that are larger than life, especially, Davydd. It was fun to read the exploits of Davydd’s and his group of well-developed characters on their mission to save this all important artifact. It makes for a very entertaining read. Lovers of fantasy will enjoy this book.

    3. In the beginning there was one God, Chaos. From Chaos came the dark evil Dragol race and 7 Gods. Dragol live in the dark realm of the universe while Gods live in the other. Dragol dislike that they are sidelined after the creation of mini-Gods. However, they cannot kill the 7 Gods because the latter are more powerful. The seven Gods on the other hand, do not get along with each other and fight battles to kill each other. They don’t succeed. This starts damaging existence itself. To stop all th [...]

    4. The base story is not bad and I believe that if better worked, it could make a good book. Nonetheless, the writing is not very good and it made me feel bored most of the time. It's very simplistic and repetitive. It fails in making us feel the story. It says everything that is happening but doesn't engulf us in the story at all. This is especially true in the fighting descriptions that ended up making me doze off. It also has much more typos and syntax errors than it should as a published book. [...]

    5. I received a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review.In this fantasy, Davydd, the hero, is destined to save the kingdom of Angweleth from destruction. The dragols, enemies of the gods, want to wipe out the humans, which in turn, would wipe out the gods. Through the story, he finds help from characters like Baximus Bastian, Vanerra, Ovar, and others as they work to take on the blenders/dragols. The book ends on a cliffhanger as the goddess Feona comes up with new plans, which will lea [...]

    6. I greatly enjoy the fantasy genrea and "Curse of The Seventh Swored: The Gauntlet of Feona" by Kelechi Agu perfectly falls into the kind of books I like to read. As with almost every fantasy book series out there the names of the characters and the created fictional world needed some time to get used to but as far as the plot is concerned it was a very entertaining read. The premise felt like your usual fantasy stories, with a prologue and then a timeskip to the 'present'. However, it is the way [...]

    7. I absolutely loved it. The story line was engaging and the characters, memorable. It was well written and very creative. Would definitely be looking out for the sequel which I hear is in the works.

    8. Bourrin. Sans une once de subtilité que ce soit dans l'écriture ou l'intrigue. Des personnages caricaturaux à l'extrême. Une accumulation de clichés sans aucune imagination.

    9. Brilliant! I love the world created here. Lots of characters to love and hate. Lol. Will definitely be reading the sequel.

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