Seven Endless Forests
In one night, Torvi loses almost everything to a plague. It’s only the beginning. When Torvi’s sister is kidnapped, there’s only one thing for her to do–set out on a quest with a group of bards to rescue her sister, find vengeance, and pull a sword from a silver tree. Their quest takes them to night markets and villages built with trees. With danger lurking around every corner, can Trovi do what she has to do before it’s too late?
The vast world is wonderful and full of intriguing places that I’d love to visit. Other than that, Seven Endless Forests was rather hard to get into. The plot itself was good but boring. If anything can go wrong, it goes right. The bards spend most of the time traveling and drinking. The characters are flat and all best friends within a page. None had very distinct voices. Information is repeated often, making sure you don’t forget what happened two pages ago. The world really is quite good, though, it has many different cultures, everywhere Torvi goes to is unique and fascinating.
|Author||April Genevieve Tucholke|
|Page Count||352 pages|
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