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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
“‘We must protect the chalice and the sacred writings!’ cried Niamh of the Golden Hair. The sound of her commanding voice reduced the sound of the wailing wind to a frustrated whisper.” These are words we read at the opening of this enthralling tale of magic, masterfully crafted and filled with imagination. Meet Richard and Amy, two young adults with a lot of troubles to handle. But then, there is some solace in a world beyond the physical. Watch as the characters are irresistibly drawn into a world beyond their own, enticed by Erinland and the tough world of the Viking warriors and raiders. Erinland by Kath Berryman is a perfect combination of fiction, fantasy, and adventure that will arrest the attention of both young and adult readers.
I was immediately seduced by Kath Berryman’s writing that is filled with powerful images, with words flowing gracefully, each placed at the right place. From the very first page, the reader is transported to a different world and the author has a gift of vivid imagination that comes across the writing in an exceptional way. The reader is introduced to the conflict from the very first paragraph of the story. It begins with action and the action only intensifies as the characters are unveiled and readers get to know and love their path. Erinland is one of those books I read straight from cover to cover, a gripping fantasy that will remain with readers long after they are done reading. Character development was perfect. The plot was awesome and it moved pretty fast. Then there is the setting that takes readers across centuries, a unique culture, and characters that really fit neatly into the wonderful tapestry. I loved this one, yes, dearly.