Friday 8 March 2024

Review of Guardian Of The North by Maggie K. West

Eight hundred years ago, the Sorcerer Guy of Gisborne laid a trap for Robin Hood. But the curse backfired, releasing a burst of pure magic energy. Now Robin Hood's descendants carry this magic, manifesting in the form of elemental powers. Jack is the last Wind Rangerian standing. On the night his power Manifests, his home court Fort Calmier is attacked by the rival Ealdra. Realizing the rogue Sheriff has come to claim the last Wind, Jack flees. The Ealdra have found something, a secret weapon they need the four Winds to claim. With his Master murdered and a traitor among his trusted friends, Jack is on the run, fleeing Hunters, sorcerers, and a mysterious girl of the shadows while he struggles to control the roiling North Wind inside him. How far is he willing to go to protect his nation?
My Review: 4 STARS

I picked this up because it sounded like a nice read, the cover called to me and the blurb pulled me in. It was a quick read, one that took me a few hours on an afternoon and I couldn’t have been more hooked. I loved the characters, the lore, the world, and the way the words weaved their own tale. My only qualm was the book felt like it could’ve been fleshed out more and given us a bit more action and backstory, but other than that, a solid read and a series I will be continuing. 

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