Song of Echoes by R. E. Palmer (Book Review #1102)


Song of echoes is book one of the Epic Fantasy series. The story begins by explaining how there has been an alliance between the people of the Five Realms, all ruled under the leadership of Archon for three hundred years. However, there is trouble coming from the north, and Archon has to have the ability to defend the realms against it.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I usually don’t comment on book covers, but I really couldn’t help myself with this one. I really liked it. It was apparent the author had put thought and care into designing it.

I enjoyed the characters, especially Elodi. I found her personality to be a strong-willed and delightful addition to the mix. As a female, amongst all the other leaders and with the Archon, she held herself strong. I also admired how she remained human and vulnerable with self-doubts. This really added depth and dynamic to the story.

The book is filled with comprehensive descriptive writing. I believe it really set the story to another level. Careful consideration was given to demonstrating the five realms, what they stood for, and Archon, the leader of them all.

The premise had a steady pace and kept the reader intrigued. I look forward to the sequel and wonder how this will pan out. I recommend this book to fantasy lovers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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