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Menarm was a great and prosperous kingdom, known throughout the lands for its friendly, hard-working people and fair trade. But a bitter struggle of succession between brothers left the kingdom devastated, the people divided. Some stayed with Fenil, who had conquered the crown, others followed Renil to the wild lands of the north, founding a new kingdom.
Now Adren, the last princess of the vanquished realm of Menarm, finds herself alone in a world where women live in the shadows of men. Not only must she battle her enemies, but also a truth that could obliterate her last hope for happiness and bring dishonor to all those whom she holds dear. On her quest, she finds unlikely allies in a powerful prince and a defiant mercenary, only to be devastated by an ancient and wily elf. Will Adren be able to survive this final assault?
The Elf and the Princess is a brilliant tale of true love, high adventure, and medieval-style warfare between elves, men, and orcs. Drawing inspiration from the myths and legends of Europe and from such writers as J. K. Rowling and J. R. R. Tolkien, Anna del C. Dye spins a completely original tale that will leave the reader wanting more.
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By Linda Weaver Clarke on 05-22-17
An Intriguing Story
What did you love best about The Elf and The Princess?
The Elf and the Princess reminds me so much of The Lord of the Rings. It has the adventure, wars, mystery, and even a love story that was intriguing. Keeping her identity secret, I often wondered how the princess would reveal who she was to the man she loved so deeply. I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The narrator did a great job and I liked all his voices. If you’re a Lord of the Rings fan, then you’ll love this one.
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By Sunnie Reviews on 06-10-17
Sweet, fun and enjoyable fantasy tale
This is the debut book of Anna del C. Dye. I don't generally read too much from the Fantasy genre, but this was a fun, different and "real seeming" book. The events included battles, romance, a little mystery and a little sadness at times when events caused difficult situations.
There was a lot of description in the book and if made for an interesting read.
The narrator, George Tintura had a pleasant to hear voice and each character was portrayed in a different way making it easy to know the speaker, even the female voices.
It was an enjoyable book with a few twists and turns along the way. I am sure book 2 will be an interesting read as well!
I received an ebook version from the author for my honest review which I have given.
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