Friday, 18 April 2014

Days: A Tale of the Forgotten Continent (Book Review))

As with the last book review this is posted in full on http://thefoundingfields.com/ and this is simply a preview. If you want to see it in full then please follow the link through to there.


In the Days: A Tale of the Forgotten Continent is a hard book to judge due to its nature. Much of that is due to the obvious potential talent behind the book, which keeps you reading despite a few notable failings. For every time you might be frustrated at the short length of its chapters or occasional lack of descriptions, you will keep going due to the voices of the characters, brilliant pacing and fantastic use of first person narrative.

Set in the ancient era long past, the book is set in the mythical Empire of Atlantis. Bringing peace to an entire continent of the world, under its power mankind has flourished in a golden age of civilisation. However, all is not well within its borders. For every outside threat they seem to defeat, an internal one soon arises with forces planning the downfall of the House of Tah. It soon falls upon a handful of elite soldiers to secure victory against near impossible odds.

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