The Dark Pilgrim (Flight of the Lionheart, #1)

The world is changing While the very earth trembles with the threat of war, Gilaon, a young man from the small village of Adanac, together with his best friend Kenair must unravel a terrible plot his mother set in motion When Gilaon loses everything, he soon realizes it s going to be up to him to discover the depth of his mother s past and its disturbing connection to thThe world is changing While the very earth trembles with the threat of war, Gilaon, a young man from the small village of Adanac, together with his best friend Kenair must unravel a terrible plot his mother set in motion When Gilaon loses everything, he soon realizes it s going to be up to him to discover the depth of his mother s past and its disturbing connection to the empire s illustrious capital What they uncover is beyond reckoning Thrown into a world vast and perilous than he could have imagined, Gilaon finds that he may be the key piece of it all.
The Dark Pilgrim Flight of the Lionheart The world is changing While the very earth trembles with the threat of war Gilaon a young man from the small village of Adanac together with his best friend Kenair must unravel a terrible plot his

  • Title: The Dark Pilgrim (Flight of the Lionheart, #1)
  • Author: A.D. Faylinn C.J. Taylor
  • ISBN: 9781500944513
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Dark Pilgrim (Flight of the Lionheart, #1)”

    1. A great read. This deeply imaginative book has some of the most well-thought out worldbuilding I've come across in quite a while. Although the formal tone can be difficult to grasp at first, I found the main characters to be easy to relate to, especially during the events in the beginning of the book when they go through their first major worldview shift. It is very well-written and carefully edited as well, I was very impressed with the quality.Although I love fantasy, books in a serious fantas [...]

    2. This book is the first book I've read in this genre and I loved it. It was probably the fastest I have ever read a novel. The writing keeps you wanting more. They did an excellent job with the world building and character development. I can see inspiration coming from LOTR. Can't wait for book 2 to come out!

    3. I rarely read books that are this long, unless they're classics, and I can't say I read many books in the fantasy genre. But I have to say I really enjoyed this one. It does start slowly and you wonder where it's going, but it quickly gets better when they leave their home village and embark on their adventure. The Lord of the Rings influence is apparent here, so if you like that sort of thing you'll like this.Whilst I do have my own ideas as to where I would like things to go, that certainly do [...]

    4. This was an enjoyable book. Despite the fact that many of the chapters are 20+ pages long, something I really dislike, I found myself reading them quickly, taking no notice of their length. The story kept me engaged, never staying on one subject too long. The pace kept going, carrying you through until you reach the end and are left wondering, "Is that it?"

    5. This book was so much fun to write. It is equally as enjoyable to read. I find that no matter how many times I re-read this book, I find myself getting wrapped up in Gilaon's story. It doesn't matter that C.J. Taylor and myself created him, he still takes on a life of his own. This book is filled with adventure, betrayal, horror, and redemption. A must read.

    6. A fantasy well doneThis story has elements reminiscent of the Lord of the Rings and in some ways Harry Potter. It reads easily and keeps the readers attention. Am waiting for the next book.

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