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4.5 stars for The Mountain Knight by Avery Christy #fantasy #fantasyadventure #medieval #bookreview



Title: The Mountain Knight

Author: Avery Christy

Genre: Fantasy, Fantasy Adventure


Book Blurb:


Areth Adelbern, Imperial Knight and son of a lord, returns home from war, his heart filled with grief and his only desire to seek peace. But he returns to find his homeland on the brink of its own war as a ruthless enemy builds an army for conquest.


Areth’s family is powerless to stop it. Do or die, Areth must race against time to rally an army and survive both foes and his own mistakes to save his homeland and those he loves.


My Review:


Kris here for a rare book review. I’m obsessed with fantasy books. It's my fave and it all started with The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. This book is lit with world-building, dialogue, and characters. The author writes epic characters, action, adventure, the fog of war, and more. The setting is medieval which was bussin’! Think GoT, only better. I gripped my phone as I read. I was completely enthralled.

This is my first book by Avery Christy, and I found it to be an intense fantasy read. This is a whole new world and the author does a masterful job introducing characters and world-building. The characters have depth and I found myself wondering more about certain characters. At times, TBH, the storylines and characters jumbled together. This isn't a bad thing as the masterful J. R. R. Tolkien's books had the same effect on me.


If you like classic medieval fantasy adventure, pick this up.


My Rating: 4.5 stars


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Author Biography:


Avery Christy is a full-time writer and outdoorsman with over 20 years of experience in both matters, and is a former journalist and hobby archaeologist. When not writing and editing, he can be found deep in the Rockies, most likely during winter blizzards, wrestling mountain lions and bears.


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Reviewed by: Kris

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