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Valcoria by Jason King – Review


Captionless ImageBlurb:

History repeats itself like a song. The verses may vary, but the melody is always the same. The eastern empire of Aukasia has a new leader, a man who means to bring war to all the land. Yet, even in all his bloody ambition, he does not realize that he is but the puppet of a greater evil. Only the Kalyra – The Children of the Crystal Star – can stand against what’s coming. Only they can protect the world of Valcoria from the mad hatred of the fallen god, Aedar. A new verse of the song has begun. The last verse.

 

My Review:

Valcoria is a wonderful study in slow pay-offs. In a world where everything is thrown at your feet, it is a gasp of relief to find a book that keeps you reading, just to find out what’s gone on.

Couple that with characters that really sing of familiarity and realistic portrayals, and you have one outstanding book. Kudos!

4/5

 

Buy Links:

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May 31, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , ,

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