Summary

"Be part of building a new kingdom, eh? Well, I admit that be an offer a man does no' get every day. What say ye, daughter?"
"We came looking for work. I say this fits the bill."
Broden and his daughter Riana have spent their lives as archers and hunters for their mountain village - and outcasts as well. When the infamous Court Wizard of Estole shows up, they discover they have the special affinity for magic he desperately needs. The two agree to his offer of becoming wizard-partners with him and his sister, but neither Broden nor Riana really know what to expect. Estole is a new country, only months old, and rife with problems as the new king tries to create a government, new laws, and fight off the old country he absconded from. They quickly learn that it will take every ounce of skill they have to keep their new countrymen alive and safe.
©2014 Alisha Yockey (P)2015 Alisha Yockey
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3 out of 5 stars
By A. Sunmonu on 11-11-15

Semi - plausible world building

What did you like best about Arrows of Change? What did you like least?

The world building is a little shaky - several anomalies and inconsistencies - but the overall plot is sound.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Andrew Cass as a narrator is ok, but Katie Griffin's accents and diction is very terrible on the ears - so much so that it's the main deterrent to my getting the next book in the series

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5 out of 5 stars
By cathy izumi on 21-04-18

good book

very entertaining. I highly recommend this to anyone that enjoys fantasy novel. looking forward to others in this series

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