The Shape of Stars Unknown (The Aldarfall Saga Book 1) by Sybil Le Pyrmont (Book Review #972)

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The shape of stars unknown is a fantasy adventure story filled with drama and supernatural elements. It all begins with Silver Laing meeting Julian and coming across a paranormal revelation that changes everything.

Silver is lonely and lives a very everyday life. When she meets Julian, he invites her to an interview and offers her a job with this organization on a nameless Tibetan mountain. There she meets Rafyal, a demigod from House of Feofar, informing her that the Universe has been created by the Auctors, a godlike race from the remote world of Aldarfall. When Silver remains skeptical, the demigod offers her a choice: return to her life as it was with no memories of him or stay and find meaning, purpose, and new horizons. She decides to stay. With the decision she makes, the story then takes you on an epic journey of action-adventure.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I enjoyed reading about Silver and Lau. Their relationship very well meshed together. The added romance was delightful to read. The literature was beautiful and easy to visualize. It was descriptive and exciting. The book contains sexual content and graphic violence. It is suited for a more adult audience.

I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from this author. I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read fantasy stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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