Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Far Haven: A Quest for Certitude. A Fight for Justice is a work of epic fantasy fiction written by author Aleksandra Layland. This edition forms the third and final part of the new abridged versions of the books of the Windflower Saga Trilogy. In this installment, we return to the Kingdom of Kimbria as a new age of technology, revolution and discovery dawns. Even as these incredible innovations are made, however, the old cut-throat ways of rogues and pirates reign supreme in the dark corners of the realm. In the center of this maelstrom, a couple married only by distant proxy are about to meet for the first time, in the hopes of a new future together.
I always enjoy returning to this epic, winding saga because of its highly successful world building: stepping into Kimbria is never a disappointment. Loris and Keridwen’s story is given the biggest spotlight in this new abridged version, bringing us as readers closer to the development of their interesting relationship. Loris makes for a damaged but still desirable hero that fantasy romance fans are sure to root for and sympathize with. Beyond that, the wider world is expanding into a time of international transport and convenient technology, which cleverly mirrors the real-world Industrial Revolution. Aleksandra Layland builds some really interesting political and social opinions into this development to give full flavor to the ongoing history of Kimbria itself. Overall, Far Haven: A Quest for Certitude. A Fight for Justice is a highly recommended read.