Beginning Of A Hero (Legends of Windemere)

Every hero must take the first courageous step into adventure. For Luke Callindor, it’s more of a blind stumble.

Depending more on bravery than common sense, Luke sets out to protect a royal heir who is attending the prestigious Hamilton Military Academy. With a demonic assassin in the shadows, the determined warrior will have to think on his feet to defend his charge. If only he waited long enough to find out which student is the hidden noble.

With Luke’s dream on the horizon and a deadly enemy on his path, how will he transform from a reckless adventurer to a true hero of Windemere?

Review: It’s been a while since I genuinely enjoyed reading this kind of fantasy. Yallowitz is a true credit to this genre and I will most certainly be following up this incredible series.

There is a wonderful variety of creatures… half-elves, dwarves, drites, undead… too many to list here. Yet, at the same time, very good character development among them.

The story grabs you from the very beginning and cleverly draws you in with a great mixture of suspense, adventure, danger, magic, humour, action, and even a touch of romance… all in just the right doses.

The book is very well written. There are a few minor errors, but nothing so drastic that it takes away from the story. They are more the type that result from editing rather than being grammatical errors; where one makes a change, but overlooks deleting a no longer required adverb or conjunction.

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