The Paladins of Naretia – Book Review

Born in Galway, T P Keane, the author of The Paladins of Naretia , is an ardent fan of science fiction movies and novels. The Paladins of Naretia is her first novel and has so far gained a significant popularity among readers online and offline.

The main character in this book is Aramus, Olὀrin’s adopted son. He has a creature-like body stature and is feared by the entire kingdom because of his powers. The community also believes that he plans to kill everyone before his eighteenth birthday. To avoid this catastrophic occurrence, his father Olὀrin’s decides to scout the entire kingdom for godly ingredients that he intends to use to make a potion for Aramus to save the community. He hopes that his son’s partial human feelings will prevail and potion will suppress the superpowers.

Unfortunately, Aramus real father, the God Dantet, plans to use his son’s powers to his advantage and directs his legion of dark creatures to follow Aramus and Olὀrin’s around and ensure that they do not succeed in getting the ingredients required to prepare the potion. Unknown to both parties is that there is another group of dark creatures who want to kill Aramus. To survive, Dantet, Aramus, and Olὀrin have to make calculated moves and at some point have to work together to fight this third force.

The Paladins of Naretia is a fascinating story full of dark forces and unimaginable dangers that will engross you imagination. The unique writing style used by the author make it easy for any fantasy novel reader to understand the story and the dilemma that the characters find themselves in at different stages. To do this, the author uses imagery to create vivid images of the various scenes and describe the challenges that the characters go through.

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