Thursday 11 August 2022

Song of Echoes by R. E. Palmer - A Review


‘All that has gone before is woven into the Song; joy, sorrow; kind acts and cruel acts; creation and destruction. Past, present, and what has yet to come, make themselves known — if you know how to listen.’

Song of Echoes by R. E. Palmer is a fantasy book and the first book in the Song of Echoes series. It was released in July 2021.

Disclaimer: I was lucky enough to receive an eARC of this book from the author.  All opinions are my own.

I really enjoyed this fantasy book.  I liked everything about it: the writing style, the storyline, the world and the characters. 
The pacing of the book is fast and there are also action scenes that I really enjoyed.
Character-wise, I really like one of our main characters, Elodi.  She is strong, smart and determined. I also liked Toryn our other main character as well as many of the side characters. There are also great friendship dynamics among the characters. I also really liked the two POVs of the story, Elodi and Toryn. 
The world building is also really good. We learn many things about this world but there are a lot more to be discovered. I hope the sequel sees to that. 

Rating: 4 Stars

About the book:
For three hundred years, the people of the Five Realms have lived in relative peace, protected by their great leader, the Archon. Yet, far to the north, in the frozen lands beyond the Draegalen Trench, the Ruuk stir, driven by a rising evil, long believed banished from the world. But rumors questioning the Archon’s ability to defend the realms once more, persist.

Elodi, the Lady Harlyn, uneasy in her new role following the death of her father, and Toryn, a farmworker and outsider in his village, must discover a way to fight an enemy that all but defeated their ancestors.

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