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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Pilgrimage of the Faerie by Lewis G. Gazoul is the third book in a fantasy series. Set in an intricate world that is filled with some pretty amazing characters, this novel gave me a full experience that I am not likely to ever forget. I have not read the previous novels in the series, yet I enjoyed this one immensely. I took my time to familiarize myself with the characters, their dynamics and with the overall story line and once I did, I was so invested in the story that I did not want it to end!
This is the story of Baytel, a Druid of Citadel who is now ensuring peace for the One Land. While he is trying his best to maintain the peace of his people, his true love, Tira, is facing her own troubles. Tira and her friend Delphinade are not doing so well and they are soon captured. While the people in Baytel’s life are going through their own rough trials, an evil is rising and trying to destroy the peace that he and his people have worked so hard to achieve. Baytel has no idea what that evil is and where his troubles are coming from. What will he do? Can he even save his people and those he loves?
I loved how descriptive the story was and how much I gained from those descriptions. Every single paragraph added something new to the story and gave me more information. The characterization was very strong and that, in turn, made the story stronger. I enjoyed how fluid the story was and how every single character added more to the plot. This is very a well-constructed and amazingly well-written novel! It deserves every single one of these 5 stars.