I really missed the Tarnished Lands and I am grateful that I went back in P.A. Wikoff’s book The Progeny Assassin: A Tarnished Lands Story. Wikoff does such an amazing job bringing me right into the story like I never left. His characters are a part of my friends in the sense of my book friends. The world that Wikoff builds is very detailed which makes it easy to picture in my mind’s eye. Wikoff’s character Lara is one of favorite characters. Lara is a feathered-folk who is looking for the breeze that once blew through the forest so long ago. It is Lara’s journey that I went on with her to seek out the truth. It has its ups and downs and twists and turns but never a dull minute within the story. This is a quick read so make sure you have all your goodies by you so that you can read it in one sitting.
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