VALOR TALE: DISENTHRALL

VALOR TALE: DISENTHRALL, VOLUME I by [David Earl Williams III, Marcell James, Michel Hillebrand, Ramon Manuel Ochoa Lopez, Azkaryu D., Michael Nguyen]

Valor Tale Disenthrall (Volume I) by David Earl Williams III, is an enthralling and action-packed LitRPG novel, where we find ourselves in a parallel Earth, in the city of Mesovilla, Capital of the Helix Province. It is not your typical book, this reminds me of a Dungeons and Dragons game with detailed and intriguing characters and a wildly imaginative story. This book was able to transport me back to the days when I used to play D&D and the wild fantasy stories that developed organically.

Author David Earl Williams captures the readers attention from the first introduction of his main character, Dew Wilder, leader of the modern Robinhood rag tags, called Aurora Blade. Dew, a former Elite warrior who served in the Great civil war the country went through, has now taken up arms against the government who oppresses civilians for their own greed.

While reading the story, I went through so many emotions. I laughed, I was saddened at the tragic tales of our characters and how they work hard to stand against the government. They have the essence of true freedom fighters. I love a story with rebels who take up arms, who choose the right side, and therefore, I found Valor Tale very enjoyable.

One of the best aspects of this story is the great art depictions. Right from the start, we are introduced to the main cast of the story, each of them has their own personality, background likes and dislikes. As we move along the story, the chapters are filled with beautiful panels of art, from places, robots to monsters, each panel is very detailed and I actually spent a lot of time studying them. As an avid manga reader I really appreciated the art. The story telling is really great and the panels tie everything up in a neat package.

While I enjoyed the story, I’m a reader who enjoys the gritty details and I would have liked more time spent in the middle of the fight scenes and action, where now I feel like we skip the juiciest pieces of the action.

My favorite character is Lorenzo, who is amazing and obsessed with his stamp collection. Every time he came into the scene I laughed. Moreover, I really want to know what is the deal with the government’s cheese!

This is a thrilling graphic novel with a unique story and an entertaining execution that makes this young adult fantasy novel fun to read from beginning to end.

Pages: 168 | ASIN: B08GHQR6KY

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