December 2

The Sword and the Dragon by M.R. Mathias {Review}

Review2The Wardstone Trilogy Book 1
It’s always so bittersweet to start a long book with characters that are so easy to get attached to. On one hand I feel a sense of achievement and excitement that I finished this book, while I’m sad I have nothing left to read about the characters I spent so much time reading about. There are characters you’ll love to hate, and there are others who fit the brave and loyal hero role, perfectly.

This is your very definition of an epic fantasy! There’s so much action with amazingly described battle scenes. The story flows well once you get the hang of how it transitions from each scene.

The story as a whole is an investment for the reader. There is so much going on here, and a lot of information that you must absorb to fully understand the plot. There is so much in this book with dragons, wizards, elves, mystical creatures and you wrap them all up with high adventure and you’ve got a pretty great book!

5

Elizabeth

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The Sword and the Dragon (The Wardstone Trilogy, #1)

Check out other books by M.R. Mathias

Book 2: Kings, Queens, Heroes, and Fools by M.R. Mathias

Book 3: The Wizard and the Warlord by M.R. Mathias

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Posted December 2, 2015 by stuffedshelves in category "Book Reviews