Book Review: Stories From the Vale: the Path of the Dragonfly

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Title: Stories From the Vale: the Path of the Dragonfly
Written by: Kathy Ann Trueman
Published on September 21, 2018
Published by: Writer’s Exchange E Publishing
You can find the Goodreads profile here.
You can purchase it on Amazon here.

Stories From the Vale: the Path of the Dragonfly is written by Kathy Ann Trueman. The book follows former soldier/farmer Shak after he is released from jail. As he is sent on a journey to reunite two children who were separated from their families and on a personal side quest of revenge he ends up in a major plot twist you don’t see coming.

This ended up being a book I could hardly put down. It took me a little while to read, but only due to my daily life. I finally stayed up until 2am to finish and I do not regret how tired I am. This book was one that almost felt like I was going through withdrawals after reading and I’m really hoping she’ll have more and this will be a series.
This is a great fantasy novel that I found myself watching mentally while reading. There are no pictures, but I got a vivid sense of what each character looked like from early on and the vision I had of the elves still has me uneasy (and in most fantasy cases, I like elves more than other races). Even the slow parts kept me on the edge of my seat waiting to see what would happen next.

I’m now waiting to see when the next gets published and recommending this book to everyone who likes fantasy.

If you like action, excitement, old fashion travel (riding horses) and fighting with swords, you’ll love this book. There is plenty of magic and a brand new take on Elves. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who likes a good fantasy novel.


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