Pnaramakhia by Flavio Verna Santonocito (Book Review #183)

This review was kindly requested by Flavio Verna Santonocito.

Pnaramakhia is an action thriller story about two knights tracking down a monster in the City of Masks. The two brothers are on a mission to kill a beast. As the two are separated, things begin to unravel. This dystopian thriller then intrigues you to read the book to the end.

The world building and character development are well in depth. I found the literature style and standard to be most spectacular. The ancient aliens, enchanted underground ruins, and thrilling sorcery was all described in a delightful way. The storyline is based on the characters making hard choices in a very sensitive political situation. There are many battles and twisted plots making this book, one of the best I have read so far.

There is one thing that I would like to make a point of and that is, it may be a little hard to get into the whole world at the beginning so I advise the reader, not to be put off by that and to carry on.

Everything is dark and that is probably why the cover of the book seems to be mostly designed in black. I believe the author has great potential in creating more stories from the way he has built the world and interconnected the storylines, in this book.

I look forward to reading more from this author.

Written by Jeyran Main

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