by J.V. Fahl
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Pub Date 01 Dec 2021 | Archive Date 31 May 2023
A vile race of predators. An abduction. An unlikely hero.
The ashenkin prey on the children of Kaehrn. Nobody knows why and nobody can stop them.
With the children gone, the devils run free.
When 17-year-old ranger Miraden discovers the ashenkin have taken his best friend, he has no choice but to overcome his fears and track the abductors. But his mistakes are many and Kyradel's time is running out. Miraden is faced with a choice. Will he save her or save himself?
Miraden's Folly is the first book in Her Soul of Fire, a young adult high fantasy series featuring a dark world, classical adventures, unexpected twists, and an unlikely band of companions with no business taking on such big stakes.
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Average rating from 11 members
5/5 stars! This is a new favorite read. Sometimes reading the same type of fantasy novel over and over gets boring. This book gripped me from the first page! The author has a unique voice and does an exceptional job of making me root for the characters. There are twists I didn't see coming and I was so eager to get to the ending, that I read it in one sitting. Can't wait to read more from this author.
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Great book, great plot and great characters, lovesd this book read it in one sitting. Sucked me in from page 1
Miraden's Folly is an amazingly unique fantasy novel, with incredible world building that takes you through many different communities, countries and climates and completely new monsters I've never read about before. I was absorbed from the first page, I found it so interesting to read about the Ashenkin, it was fun to read about something different and not the same as every other fantasy novel. I also loved all the characters: Miraden is not your typical male fantasy protagonist, he's actually very empathetic and kind yet he doesn't mind using his skills as a hunter/tracker to fight for the people he loves. I also loved that Ceychell isn't a hopeless heroine and instead is slightly morally grey (yet I am rooting for her) and has her own talents and tenacity which she uses whilst Miraden is away.
This whole book was just so refreshingly unique and intriguing I couldn't put it down, I truly can't wait to read book 2.