The Falcon and The Stag

About the book:

The King is dead.

Within days of his father being laid to rest, Prince Paradon of Alamore is plunged into the preparations for his coronation.

But, even as country is gathering to celebrate their new King, unrest is brewing inside the walls. Secrets lurk beneath the castle, suspicions and accusations are tearing him and his brother’s already strained relationship to pieces. He must rely on those he trusts to help him to obtain his rightful crown.

Paradon is beginning to wonder, come coronation; will he be King or will he be killed?

 

Review:

This book was really interesting. I loved the world-building and fantasy parts to this story. It was quick to get through. There was great character development, especially among the main characters.

I loved the medieval feel this book had throughout it. There were many great plot twists and the suspense throughout the story was epic. However, the narrator didn’t do much justice to the book. It was hard to listen to some chapters in the books as the narrator sounded flat. I’m new to audiobooks, but this was a bit of a disappointment.

Overall, this book was great. It did have some disappointing elements and exciting narration was lacking. However, the fantasy and overall tale sucks you in and makes you want to keep listening.

I received the audiobook in exchange for my honest review.

 

 

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