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*fated mates
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Boy's Love Subplot Character Growth Couple Growth Devoted Love Interests Fantasy World Friendship Gate to Another World Magic Male Protagonist Slow Romance Sword And Magic World Hopping
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      Status: c32

      Wow, just wow. I have to begin by saying this novel is awesome. The culture, the made-up language, the nomads that act like nomads, and yet are at the precipices of change. The magic...

      This is a professional piece. Calling it anything less is an insult. The novel has been written with a lot of images, showing and telling, perfectly balanced between each other. Each scene is there for the purpose of moving the plot forward. Uncovering a secret of the world of the novel. You won't find any filler in here, that is for sure. 

      The romance is not over the top. The society of the world of Crowfeather dislikes gay couples, or so I was led to believe. The two couples have to hide from the world, like thieves in the night. They steal moments from each other, and show, through their thoughts and their unspoken actions, that there is an attraction between them. 

      The characters are alive. There is no other way of explaining them. They behave like you would expect real people would, if they were in their shoes. The different POVs are spread out so that there is no real MC. I think the story is richer because of that. Every person is unique and has his own road to walk. The author has done a marvelous job by linking the fates of the characters.

      Now, I touched onto this before, but I must elaborate. This world is alive with its culture. There are two types of main cultures in Crowfeather. The nomads, and the settled clan folk. It seems as if the settled people are slowly assimilating the nomads into their own culture. The nomads remind me of the Mongols, after they conquered most of Asia and Europe. When they decided to forge connections with diplomacy and marriage, rather than the sword. 

      The style could be worked on, however. Some of the paragraphs are a bit too large, while others are too small. Still, if you can look past that single flaw, you will find that the chapters are just the right length. They are episodic and flowing from one chapter to the other. There are no loose ends between the chapters. No mystery left unsolved. 

      I don't understand how this novel can be this overlooked. It is a criminal act. It reminds me of A song of ice and fire, what with the politics and the magic. The novel has the same amount of attention to detail as that book series. I will continue to follow this book. It is too good to pass out on. 

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