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Reviewed by Foluso Falaye for Readers' Favorite
Almost two years have passed since Shindara started a battle that took thousands of lives along the castle town's boundary. Plagued by remorse and humiliation for his brutal conduct, he withdraws from the rest of the world, trapped in a state where he is neither dead nor alive. However, he gains a new sense of purpose when he discovers that he is required to prevent the Demon Tide from occurring. It's the second time demons have attacked unsuspecting villages, and it's feasible that it will happen a third time. Shindara aspires to atone for his grave transgressions as he fights against evil with his allies Mikoto and Hachi. The third book in the Obsidian Blade series, Omen of Fire by Nathan Wilson and S. E. Nin, is an action-packed fantasy that keeps readers engaged with its fast-paced storyline and wonderfully detailed dark world.
Nathan Wilson and S. E. Nin are definitely talented authors as their novel is a fascinating combination of adventure, action, and fantasy that grows more captivating as the story progresses. While one battle rages in the physical and spiritual realms, with characters battling demons and balancing life and death, another rages in their hearts as they try to keep their conscience and humanity. As a result, relating to the book's characters comes naturally and without much effort. The novel also contains a plethora of memorable characters, such as the chaos magician, who has no guilt for attempting to turn Shindara into evil and has a dark sense of humor. Omen of Fire is the pinnacle of dark fantasy. If the rest of the novels in the series are as excellent as this one, I'm in for a treat when I get to read them!