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Reviewed by Nicholus Schroeder for Readers' Favorite
Zanthia: Adonai’s War is a fantasy by Nicklous P. Adams II. The two heroes, Micah and Tristan, having vanquished evil, now live a simple and peaceful life. To quell their boredom, the pair decides to investigate the rumors of a human settlement in a faraway land. Meanwhile, a powerful foe called Asua, commonly known as the “Adversary,” is plotting to destroy all life in the seventh realm (our plane of existence or, put simply, Earth). To achieve his goal, he acquires a pawn named Caleb, a skilled swordsman who has given him immense power. Micah and Tristan are called to arms by Michael, a bellator (angel) that is the leader of Adonai, the creator’s forces. They are sent to ready all the kingdoms’ armies for the great war to come. Will the forces of evil be purged from the lands? Can the Adversary be slain?
There are many books out there. Some are bad, and some are great, but sorting through them all to separate the wheat from the chaff would be impossible in one’s lifetime. So for one to come upon a great book, it is thanks to luck, positive reviews (such as this one), recommendations, etc. I, for one, was able to get my paws on this excellent story. While reading Zanthia: Adonai’s War, I realized that quite some time had passed since I last read a truly great fantasy book. Nicklous P. Adams II really set the bar high here, and I’m sure it will be a long wait for me to come across such a gem in the fantasy genre. Unless, of course, the author writes a sequel. Everything about this book was perfect. The plot couldn’t have been better, the characters couldn’t have been better written, and the same can be said for each aspect of this book. The action scenes for me were the best I have ever read. Each battle was beautifully choreographed and even more entertaining to envision than watching a Hollywood blockbuster. Both the small-scale skirmishes between a bellator and Krazul (a race of beings larger and stronger than humans) along with the massive battles were all a joy to read. In conclusion, I can say without a doubt that lovers of the fantasy genre and newcomers will definitely enjoy reading this book.