Shadows of Valor Review (and get your free copy)

September 25, 2013 Deals, Reviews 0 ★★★★★

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Shadows of Valor Review (and get your free copy)Shadows of Valor by Patricia Hamill
Series: Shadows of Valor #1
on 10/14/2012
Genres: Fantasy
Pages: 206
Format: eBook
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Four years ago, Edwin's father was slain by Verackan raiders, intent on plundering the Orescan heartland to supplement their own waning resources.

Now seventeen and intent on vengeance, Edwin runs away from home to join the Orescan Army. Soon, he finds himself a Probationary Recruit, not in the Army, but in the Special Air Corps. Through a combination of natural and technologically enhanced gifts, this elite and secretive organization battles the Verackans from the shadows.

As Edwin explores the full potential of his gift, a new objective begins to take hold? ending the Verackan threat for all time.

This is one of my favorite short novels ever, and it is FREE until October 5th. Just head to Smashwords to get your copy and use coupon code GD23W. I am eagerly awaiting the sequel by Patricia Hamill which should be out very soon.

Here is my review:

I went into this not knowing what to expect. Military novels typically aren’t my thing. However, I was pleasantly surprised. The military aspect of the novel is in the background as the action, friendship, adventure, and maybe a little romance take the forefront.

The novel follows young Edwin as he runs away from home to join the military, intent on getting revenge against the enemy who murdered his father and burned his home down. After he arrives, he discovers he has special powers which will help in the war, and he develops a close working relationship with his mentor.

I found the story to be engrossing and I couldn’t put it down…I finished it one day. The characters were interesting and enjoyable…especially the main two. The background of the world at war, and the technology were very intriguing…and even more so was the innate abilities and powers that Edwin discovered and brought out.

I can’t really find anything bad to say about this novel, except that it ended so soon when I wanted more. I am looking forward to the next book and this one is going into my favorites…I enjoyed it immensely, it entertained me, I couldn’t put it down, and I want to read it again one day.


About Patricia Hamill

Patricia lives in the United States of America with her family. Her favorite pastime is reading, with a special fondness for fantasy and epic fantasy novels. She enjoys bringing elements of fantasy and modern life together in her stories, with humor playing an important role. In addition to her love of literature, she also enjoys knitting and crocheting, practicing Isshinryu Karate, visiting scenic parks, and canoeing.

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