The Eastern Dwarfs #1 – The Red Fields by Leo deSouza: A Review

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A fully illustrated book for classic fantasy lovers. In this first part, a mysterious dark rider enters the eastern lands, he comes riding a horse and vanishes mounting a flying beast. Two dwarves from the northern stronghold of the RockFoot House witness the moment when this stranger casts witchcraft to bend the monster under his will and leaves towards unknown deeds.
Now it is up to them, alongside other dwarf fellows to form the most unlikely of the parties and start a journey looking for answers about these strange events. Crossing the lands known as the Red Fields, the company will get into an adventure that will put them in the middle of a great event, something that will decide the fate of all the peoples of the East. (Goodreads)
My Review
Rating: 3.5/5
I received this book for free in exchange for a honest review.
I felt like I was reading a spin-off series from Lord of the Rings but I didn’t mind that at all. The action, adventure and lovable characters made it a real treat to read.
I am a big fan of fantasy that has a mighty and terrible foe that must be defeated by unlikely heroes. This is what makes me want to read the other two books in the trilogy.
I was hugely entertained by this great novel so I look forward to reading more in the future.
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