Titanian Chronicles – Journey of Destiny by Leisl Kaberry – Review

Titanian Chronicles – Journey of Destiny by Leisl Kaberry

Description taken from Amazon.com

Afeclin walked nervously to the entry of the cottage. He held his breath as he passed over the threshold.

A little cradle was the only piece of furniture left in the building.
Afeclin touched the cradle delicately with one finger.
All of a sudden he fell backward onto the floor as an image of the fire burst into his mind…
He had seen a horrified face that screamed amongst red hot flames.

Found beyond the Elvin borders, Afeclin, a human child, is taken in and raised by an Elvin King. Now grown and longing to learn about the mystic arts, he embarks on a journey back into a land now unfamiliar. Accompanied by his elvin friend, Wolflang, they leave their homes to seek out their destiny. Unbeknown to Afeclin and Wolflang however, the warlord, Moorlan and his confederate, a dark mage, are preparing to bring war to the peaceful Land of Marrapassa, putting their lives and those they care about, in danger.

My thoughts:

This is a good beginning to a series. It follows Afeclin, Wolfgang and Lenna as they venture out of their homeland into the outside world. Lenna is on her own and while she can handle herself, there are people and situations she hadn’t seen or experienced before. I liked her part of the story immensely and I can’t wait to see how she handles herself in the next book. All three meet some interesting characters along the way.

I’m looking forward to Afeclin’s journey and finding out if he becomes a full magician or not.

I love stories about elves, dwarves and magicians and would recommend the Titanian Chronicles to all Fantasy lovers.

4 Fat Stars

You can find Leisl on:

Twitter – https://twitter.com/Lawfabex

Facebook – www.facebook.com/TitanianChronicles

Goodreads – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18470685-titanian-chronicles

Pinterest – http://www.pinterest.com/leisl78/

Blog – http://titanianchronicles.blogspot.ca/


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Children and YA author known to branch out into other fiction genres.
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