Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
The Lost War by Justin Lee Anderson
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Series: Eidyn (Book #1 of 3)
Genre: Fantasy, High Fantasy, Dark Fantasy
Pages: 572 pages
Published: 30th August 2019 by King Lot Publishing (Indie)
Thrilling mysteries, powerful magic, tangible tension, and great characters to root for; The Lost War has it all.
I honestly had no idea what the book was about when I started it. I’ve never even heard of the author before, not until a few weeks ago where I stumbled upon Anna Stephens’, the author of Godblind trilogy, review of this novel on the Fantasy-Faction Facebook group. Stephens recommended it highly, and after I took a look at the cover art and synopsis, somehow everything about it just clicked with me. I decided to give it a shot based on instinct. This isn’t an easy thing for me to do because I’m more of a plan-oriented reader when it comes to reading through my ARC/review requests. However, giving this a go as soon as possible has paid off satisfyingly for me.
“People who are responsible for everyone eventually feel responsible for no one.”