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Reviewed by K.J. Simmill for Readers' Favorite
Alice had a mission; she needed to hunt down her aunt, and kill her. She had battled with Agrodien warriors, stood against Night Demons, claimed a dragon, and so much more, and yet this task felt monumental. The reality of her choices was bearing down on her, like the mantle of leadership she had acquired. Scarred by past events, she finds herself torn between loyalties. But the brides of the Magi have established strongholds, they have ground and power, the odds seem against them. Where there is tyranny, a resistance will form. Uniting the people, however, is more difficult. Blood will be shed, lives will be lost, and even that may not be enough to stem the threat. The power of the gods is with the four, but will it be enough, or have trials intended to temper them driven them from their once clear path?
The Gods of Woodmyst is Robert E Kreig's eighth instalment in the fantasy series, The Woodmyst Chronicles. I have followed Alice's adventures from the start, and her growth never fails to impress me. A child becomes a courageous young woman at the head of a force to be reckoned with. Graphic descriptions make for intense and gripping reading as the scenes of camaraderie, fear, and bloodshed are laid before you. Relationships are forged, tempered, and stretched to their limits. Difficult choices have consequences, and you can't help but be drawn into the emotional turmoil. Another well-crafted and executed story that will scratch the itch of fantasy lovers seeking action, magic, and madness.