By: J. D. White
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Arrogant and reckless Rimmegoan Dayor, warrior-for-hire, is called upon to protect Harin Oudek and his young daughter Elsira as they venture across the land of Arn to restore a magical box back to its rightful owner—but the trio will encounter many foes before their quest is complete.
• Violence (fighting mythical creatures as well as aggressive behavior)
• Reference to a woman’s breasts and hips
• Strong attraction between two characters
Warrior’s Fury is a self-published fantasy debut with Christian themes. It’s slow-paced at first, with descriptive world-building, but the plot picks up after the first hundred pages and is full of action and adventure throughout the rest of the story. It’s a fairly clean read, but younger audiences might have a hard time understanding the intricate writing.
Readers who enjoyed Warrior’s Fury might also like Finnikin of the Rock, by Melina Marchetta.