The Pale Queen by Tyler Sehn (Book Review #1016)


The Pale Queen is a metaphysical fantasy story about Seren, and a quest, holding a weapon created to kills gods all in the service of the Pale Queen. In a world where humans and god co-exist, Seren journeys from one place to another, encountering numerous chains of events.

Seren is haunted by the loss of his love, causing him to recall the teachings of a sorcerer, Haziq.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

In the quest of finding his former teacher, he confronts a city’s god, summoning a dragon that gives him a totem. He encounters a mountain demon, learns a few things from Haziq, and so much more.

There isn’t an instance where you feel that story will just give you a break or somehow slow down. It is faced paced filled with one thing happening after another. You get to know Seren more as the scenes pass through. His character grows, and as the story develops, you feel like there is much more to this story.

I found the book to be interesting to read. It isn’t very long and is undoubtedly jam-packed. There are so many elements that can be used for future plots that I wouldn’t be surprised if the author began a series.

I recommend this book to fantasy readers.

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