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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Weapons of Woodmyst is a work of short fantasy fiction penned by author Robert E Kreig, and forms the ninth volume of The Woodmyst Chronicles. As the saga continues, we once again follow intrepid young heroine Alice Warde, the Kayl’sro of the Agrodien, as she continues her magical journey for justice with the power of her clan behind her. Alice is a dragon rider who has been through much already, but in this instalment her past comes back to haunt her once again as she vies to defeat the sorcerer Maji, whom she knew long ago as a childhood friend.
It’s been a while since I’ve entered the world of Woodmyst, and Alice has certainly grown into a mature heroine worthy of the titles and accolades that have been thrust upon her. As author Robert E Kreig develops her, the story too develops with emotional complexities and political, plot-driven issues that move the central war being waged throughout this novel, and indeed The Woodmyst Chronicles as a whole. Kreig’s prose is detailed and lavish, never once relenting in his affirmation of the powerful world he has created, packing quite a punch with significant turns of the tide in terms of the overall story line, as well as Alice’s personal growth. Overall, The Weapons of Woodmyst is a great addition to a really easy to digest epic fantasy saga with plenty of action and plot-driven drama.