Thursday 25 April 2024

Harbinger of Justice (Shadowbinders #1) by Andrew Watson - A Review

 Hello everyone & Happy Thursday!

I have a book review for you today. It is about Harbinger of Justice by Andrew Watson, which is the first book in the dark epic fantasy Shadowbinders series.

Upon the black sands and beneath the ever-watching eyes, a tale of shadow magic and ancient mysteries unfold.

After reading the synopsis of this book, I knew thatI would like it and of course I wasn't disappointed. I loved it and I cannot wait for the sequel to come out.

This is a really good debut novel and I really liked the writing style, as well as the world building (which is Egyptian inspired) and the lore behind it. I also rally enjoyed the characters and the found family trope. One of the things that I liked the most was the magic system that has to do with shadow magic. 

Rating: 5 Stars

About the book:

In the desert city of Yontar, Nya cares for her sick mother. But when Nya is arrested, her mother’s death is all but certain unless Nya joins a secret project that promises her freedom. If she survives. 
Rai, a mercenary, has a shadow dark enough for two. In his quest to discover the nature of the creature living in his shadow, Rai collides with old friends and new enemies, stumbling into an ancient mystery that could mean the end of the world as they know it. All the while, a darkness stirs and rebellion threatens, helmed by a man who promises justice will reign.

See you in the next post and don't forget to keep reading!!!
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