Review: The Dragon’s Disciples by C.N. Faust

Legends of Windemere

This is a long book, but it is entirely worth it.  C.N. Faust has created an amazing world that you get to explore throughout the story.  It is filled with religious and political intrigue that moves flawlessly from scene to scene, so you can’t help but wonder what is going to happen next.

The most impressive part of this book is that every character has his or her own agenda.  Many of them overlap and a few get absorbed by other character stories, but each one is well-plotted and interesting.  One of my favorite parts about this is that I never knew which character was the main one and who I should root for.  I couldn’t decide who was right and who was wrong because every character came across as righteous by their own standards.  It’s rare that one finds a book where every character can be seen in this…

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