FitzDuncan's Enlightenment


Fiction - Mystery - Historical
156 Pages
Reviewed on 02/03/2022
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Reviewed by Tanja Jurkovic for Readers' Favorite

Caz, or Casimir FitzDuncan, is a young man, who, after meeting the woman of his life, Lucy, discovers that he might not be as ordinary as everyone thought, including him. After realizing he possesses abilities given to him by the gods, he decides to learn more about them in order to be able to control them and use them to his advantage. After a pilgrimage to a monastery where he went looking for answers and tried to learn how to control his newfound abilities, Caz, together with Lucy, his beloved, becomes a part of a great mission to save humanity, set and organized by the Queen herself, asking for both of their helpful skills and services.

Well-paced, written in a clear and approachable style, with endearing and courageous characters, the novel FitzDuncan's Enlightenment by John J. Spearman is a great read for relaxation and a quick getaway to the times past and imaginative old worlds full of magic, duels, and excitement. Caz's journey into finding out who he is and what he can do to reveal his full potential as a living being, as well as witnessing and finding out what kind of people he is surrounded with, from horrid family members to amazing and loyal friends, leads him on paths he never even imagined he would travel. John J. Spearman's FitzDuncan's Enlightenment is a lovely, oftentimes intriguing and exciting journey of self-discovery and finding one's own place in the world where evil often tries to destroy the innate goodness of mankind.