Salt, Sand, and Blood by Marquese Liddle (Book review #859)


Salt, sand, and blood is a dark fantasy fiction about a prophet named Kashim. His prophecies are the stories of Adam and Adnihilo.

 Meanwhile, across the sea in the northern country of Nuw Gard, Jael Leonhardt is surprised to find Saint Paul, her country’s religious and political leader, visiting her hometown chapel. Paul is on pilgrimage looking for recruits and recognizes Jael’s surname, and because of that name, he grants her special allowance to try to become a knight of the Saint’s Cross’s holy order. This has been Jael’s dream ever since her mother went mad.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The story then picks up with the dynamic of characters and a rich tale of back and forth that weaves together, creating a big finale for Adam and Armilus.

I was hoping for more relativity and communication with God himself; however, what did exist still managed to bring the story together.

I found the literature to be a little hard to follow, but the story was sweet, making it compelling to read. I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read religious fantasy fiction.

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