Age of Saints is the seventh book in the Druid’s Brooch Series from Christy Nicholas, don’t panic if you haven’t read the other six yet, or in order, these novels can be read as standalones. Of course your reading experience will always be enhanced when you become invested in a series from the very beginning. I have had the pleasure of doing so with this one and I am glad that I have been just reading in order etc. This one was not my absolute favorite of the series so far. Nothing to do with the writing or the characters, I just really had a difficult time with getting into this books flow. However, this is one of the reasons that I do love the series… these are all rich in historical detail and combines that with the fantasy world to bring to life these fantastical stories that have made up the Druid’s Brooch Series. I think for me however, this set of time was just one I was not as ‘interested’ in so to say and that may have been my catch. Otherwise the characters were fantastic, and the world-building amazing as always! I felt as if I was right there at times. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series!
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