Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Review - Masters & Slayers By Bryan Davis

Masters & Slayers is the first book in Tales of Starlight, an adult companion series to Dragons of Starlight. Expert swordsman Adrian Masters attempts a dangerous journey to another world to rescue human captives who have been enslaved there by dragons. He is accompanied by Marcelle, a sword maiden of amazing skill whose ideas about how the operation should be carried out conflict with his own. Since the slaves have been in bonds for generations, they have no memory of their origins, making them reluctant to believe the two would-be rescuers, and, of course, the dragons will crush any attempt to emancipate the slaves. Set on two worlds separated by a mystical portal, this story is packed with action, mystery, and emotional turmoil, a tale of heart and life that is sure to inspire.

Masters & Slayers (Book 1 in the Tales of Starlight Series)
Author: Bryan Davis
Publisher: AMG Publishers / Living Ink Books
Publish Date Sep 10 2010

ISBN: 9780899578842


Although this is the 1st of the series the opening is all too familiar to the reads of "Starlighter". It starts off the same, though with the older adults. But this book has more in store for you. It has a whirlwind events full of danger and suspense. The honorable and caring characters are flawed but in a good way.  The world setting is set in many worlds linked by portals. The plot and pace set a page turner,  that doesn't miss a beat. The writing style is great. Overall it was a great book. Only thing I wish it had more of was a little romance. Maybe in the next installment?

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