I own an autographed copy of Christopher’s novel, which is a truly beautiful book before you even open it.
Once you do open it, and explore the world building and characters inside, you will be eagerly awaiting book two in the series.
I’d best compare this book to the Lord of the Rings trilogy (but without the massive amounts of description) or Games of Thrones (but without the massive amount of characters to keep track of). My interest definitely picked up with Marigold’s chapter and didn’t lose any steam from then on. (Minor note: Marigold is not as prominent a character as Orangecloak, the Thieves, or Tryst, but she’s still pretty darn important.)
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