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Reviewed by Arya Fomonyuy for Readers' Favorite
The Huntress of Woodmyst is book five in the The Woodmyst Chronicles by Robert E Kreig, a spellbinding epic fantasy that transports the reader into an exciting world. This entry follows the story of Alice Warde who, in the tradition of her aunt and mother, feels attracted to a life of solitude, away from the flourishing city.
The city has grown in incredible ways, a great place for its inhabitants, but twelve-year-old Alice feels more and more attracted to the wilds. Now, with her training and combatant nature, she moves away from the community. Her skills develop increasingly and she discovers new abilities. But then a terrible threat moves towards Woodmyst from the North, and Alice is the first line of defense against a sinister and formidable force. With her fighting skills and special abilities, does she have what it takes to ensure her own safety and that of Woodmyst?
This is a great story, told by a master storyteller. The reader can’t help but be attracted to the protagonist. Alice is a young heroine who will win the sympathy of readers. Robert E Kreig has a unique narrative style and I enjoyed the lyricism in the prose, the powerful descriptions of the setting, and the characters. The author has the rare gift of bringing exciting images into the minds of readers, leaving them with a movie-like experience of the story. The Huntress of Woodmyst is gripping, balanced, and utterly satisfying. I found it hard to put this book down.