The Forsaken: Wraith by Martin Ferguson- Review by Micalah Weatherholtz

The Forsaken: WraithThe Forsaken: Wraith by Martin Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As a young girl on a night of terrifying fire, death, and blood Alena lost her entire family. She is luckily saved by her uncle and due to a devastating power she possesses is raised and trained in secret to become a guild member. After completing her training she sets off to complete her guild trial to become a fully fledged member. Once that is completed she is given her first official assignment. Given leave to travel to the tavern and recruit help for her journey she builds her cadre with the promise of coin upon completion. Thank goodness she didn’t decide to complete her mission alone! I love a good fantasy, young adult, or otherwise, and this one did not disappoint. I had an incredibly hard time putting this down to participate in life. Once you get into this story your are swept along and kept on the edge of your seat. I felt rather than atmosphere driven this novel is more character driven and what great characters they were, minus the one, he will deserve everything coming to him. I really enjoyed the camaraderie and friendship that developed in the group as they battled for their lives despite all of their differences. I’m really looking forward to reading more of The Forsaken.

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