The Warder

£10.00

The King has been defeated and the spirit of the Mantra has been restored, Suni has been reunited with her father and all is – not quite right. Then strangers arrive from the sea bringing hope for the town: but in this land of gifts and curses, nothing is as it seems.

This is the second book of the The Blood Gift Chronicles.

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Description

The King has been defeated and the spirit of the Mantra has been restored, Suni has been reunited with her father and all is – not quite right.
Wanda and his cousin Luna are living in the valley beyond the mountains: Luna is possessed and dreams of dragons while Wanda, gifted with an affinity for animals, blamed by Luna’s mother Ntombi for her condition, struggles with the curse of Orag.
Meanwhile, in the town by the sea, Suni fears for Wanda, and watches over him using her gift for dreamwalking. Many, including Suni’s father, suffer from a strange affliction and the townspeople are blaming the Mantra.
Then the strangers arrive from the sea bringing hope for the town: but in this land of gifts and curses, nothing is as it seems.

Reviews

In The Warder Susie has made sure to show political change, raising of different and difficult viewpoints, changes in nature and wider communities. She also made sure that her main characters underwent life changing experiences. Some of these events included: their being shunned by their people, to others finally understanding that not everyone can be changed. In the Warder, as a reader ,you are given the building bricks to a wider world that will make you see world building and character development in a whole new light…

This book is a charming story of loss, love, and finding yourself in the most unexpected places. It is epic fantasy with a heart that will leave you scarred, but begging for more. Plus it has dragons; and who doesn’t love dragons. I can’t wait to return to this world. A highly accomplished sequel. It receives five stars. Read it you won’t be disappointed.

Dan Stubbings

Se the full review here: https://thedimensionbetweenworlds.wordpress.com/2021/06/24/review-of-the-warder-by-susie-williamson-written-by-dan-stubbings/