This is great fantasy story. Something different to what I’ve read previously. The characters are likeable and the story flows well.
The storyline itself isn’t too in depth, but the characters, settings and practically everything else you find in the book makes up for this. I liked Asahel the most I think. Although at the beginning of the book he seems to be belittled and the under-dog, as we progress through the pages we find this definitely isn’t the case. Yeah, I like him a lot.
The idea of the story is heartwarming. Men trying to find out why it is against the law to perform magic on the human body. It’s hard because Quentin is trying to help his wife, who he completely adores. He wants to be able to cure her from... I’m not telling you. But he wants her to be able to love him as dearly as he loves her. They challenge the laws which prevent them from helping her... and so the adventure begins.
If you follow my reviews you will know I don’t give away too many spoilers. I give a jist of storyline and comments on the flow etc.
This book will not disappoint and I’m looking forward to reading more books by this talented author.