Daughter of Shadow

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Daughter of Shadow

Daughter of Shadow Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B KFGB Born with one foot in light and one in darkness she is torn between both Melea is the greatest warrior in the world In service to the Lord o

  • Title: Daughter of Shadow
  • Author: Tyler Sehn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B0186KFGB8.Born with one foot in light and one in darkness, she is torn between both.Melea is the greatest warrior in the world In service to the Lord of Light, she uses her abilities to kill for his divine vision Shadows grow larger as the Light spreads the world and the forces that define it are changing and Melea is caLibrarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B0186KFGB8.Born with one foot in light and one in darkness, she is torn between both.Melea is the greatest warrior in the world In service to the Lord of Light, she uses her abilities to kill for his divine vision Shadows grow larger as the Light spreads the world and the forces that define it are changing and Melea is caught in the center Melea denies being a villain, refuses to be a hero, and would rather slash with the razors edge than walk along it.Fate spins, or so it is said, and Melea is cursed with the luck of the dead.

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    1. Joshua Ulliac on said:

      Daughter of Shadow takes the reader on journey through the fictitious world of Rua, where you placed in start of the Shining Empires early attempt of global conquest and the spreading of the power of the Lord of Light. The author takes great care in establishing the politics of the Shining Empire, as we see the the starts of a power struggle between the leaders of the Church of Light, and of neighbouring Empires as they struggle to prepare for the inevitable attack from the Shining Empire. As th [...]

    2. Aman Mittal on said:

      I have started this year with an addition of a pure fantasy novel. Tyler Sehn's first book in the series of Spiritbinder Saga, Daughter of Shadow. You know you are going to read something deep when there is map of a kingdom or a location where most of the plot takes place. Daughter of Shadow follows the traditional way in the fantasy world of Rua.The plot revolves around a warrior, Melea, considered as the greatest in the world of Rua. She serves the Lord of light and his empire's mission is to [...]

    3. Catherine Griffin on said:

      Magic, gods, good versus evil, and a battle for world domination: everything you want in epic fantasy.For the first few pages I was expecting this would be yet another stodgy tale of an overpowered young protagonist wading through blood. Thankfully, it isn’t. Although the main character, Melea, is very powerful and does slaughter a good deal, the opening fight doesn’t end the way I expected, and from there on the plot is compelling.The story follows Melea, a young warrior girl with awesome a [...]

    4. Philippa Mary on said:

      Probably more of a 2.5 star rating. This had a lot of potential that I feel wasn't really used. The characters needed more development/depth - to me it felt very surface level. I wanted to know more about them as there are quite a few intriguing characters. I loved the character of Melea and would have loved more depth from her. The plot was quite confused at times and in my opinion a little drawn out. For me it was a pretty slow read and it took me quite a while to get through. Overall I did li [...]

    5. Literature_Mistress on said:

      Did not like it. The plot is confusing, it's hard to identify with the characters / to understand their motivations and above everything else, this novel simply needs a lot of editing. For a more detailed review visit:whatdoesonedowiththat.wordpre

    6. Colleen Busse on said:

      I enjoyed venturing through this story with Melea. I always love strong female characters and Melea fits into this category. I had times where I could vividly picture the story but other times where I was a bit confused. There were some spelling and grammar errors that detracted from the story. Despite the few shortcomings, I would recommmend reading this book and I look forward to reading any others that follow. This is a unique and interesting read well worth your time.

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