Fortress of Mist by Sigmund Brouwer
About the book
“Full of surprising twists, shocking betrays, and baffl ing mysteries. But at it’s heart it’s about courage, wisdom, and hope…”
—Robert Liparulo, author of The 13th Tribe, The Judgment Stone, and the Dreamhouse Kings series
The throne is redeemed, but the battle is just beginning.
In the dark corners of an ancient land, evil lurks in the shadows. Powerful druids haunt the spaces of their lost territory. Double-minded noblemen fight for domain and influence. Invaders from the north threaten the kingdom of Magnus. This land of promise and redemption is mired in deceit and corruption.
The Orphan King, once victorious in conquest, appears to be losing his grip on his seat of power. Thomas rules Magnus, but does not know whom he can trust. His enemies anticipate his every move, thwarting him at each turn. Something is not right.
Under attack, both in the supernatural and natural worlds, Thomas must reach back into the secret layers of his past to find the strength and wisdom to fight his battles. When the mist clears, who will stand with him?
I didn’t read book one in this series, so it was a little difficult to get into this book. But I did find this story interesting, with characters that are different, and played their parts in the story well. There is a lot of excitement and twists and turns to keep your interest and you want to keep reading! i don’t read a lot of this genre, but I was intrigued with the happening throughout this book, though sometimes I had to go back and re-read to get the real meaning. Overall, I enjoyed this story, and I recommend it, especially those who enjoy fantasy Christian fiction.
This story is full of mystery and suspense, and a lot of fantasy, so if you enjoy this genre, this one is for you. This is written for the younger generation, and I can understand why they would enjoy this story, because it will keep them entertained and interested throughout the book. If you have teenager, I would encourage them to pick up a copy of this book to read.
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