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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
The Last Tribes of Erva is a riveting fantasy novel by Gary Currier. Set in the fictional country of Erva, it has all the ingredients to tell a great story. Elements like magic, conspiracy, and suspense interweave to create one of the most vivid worlds ever imagined. Gizor Njal is a true evil genius. He leads the northern tribes of Erva in a war against the southern tribes and their best warrior, Ernhold. After Ernhold’s death, it will be his son Alver who will lead the southern tribes in their fight. Even though he has many friends, the war lasts too long and his people suffer. While battles rage on, magic and plots create an atmosphere of uncertainty and challenge.
Readers who like a story where magic and intrigue blend with a quest for power will enjoy The Last Tribes of Erva. Currier is a born storyteller, and it is clear that he has considered even the slightest detail of this book. The plot is intriguing and consistent, and for its quality, it has monumental proportions. Currier’s imagination seems inexhaustible, and many twists and turns of events spice up the tale. He never runs out of stories. I especially admired the richness of the descriptions and the minute, graphic representation of the scenes. The cornucopia of details makes them gems. The characters benefit from this accurate narrative, and each of them is finely portrayed and memorable. Their good and bad traits are widely explored. On the whole, The Last Tribes of Erva is a remarkable piece of literature.