Knights of the Alliance

Knights of the Alliance, by Stefanie Chu, is the story of some of the finest warriors throughout the Empires of Althaea, Minetta, and Valenia. The Empires are divided, but unity and peace may be one step closer with this new alliance. The main female character is Mirari Zanette, and at the beginning of the novel, she is an unknown warrior in combat with the Valiant Tiger. The Valiant Tiger is also known as the Region Leader of Althaea Main, Gaven, who shares a past with Mirari.

Both warriors have been entranced, and after engaging in a duel, Gaven has no recollection of who Mirari is or what he has done. Mirari can’t remember her actions during the fight, but her past memories are intact. Both warriors are asked to be a part of the Knights of the Alliance. Which causes some conflict in the beginning. Gaven still does not know who Mirari really is, but he slowly starts to trust and admire her.

The writing style in this imaginative book is excellent throughout. As a reader, you feel fully immersed in the story. The author uses a slow burn style to introduce the plot and let readers get to know the characters, they are left wanting to read more. The relationships between the characters are intricate, as well as their backstories. The relationship between Mirari and Gaven is my favorite to read. I really connected with their characters, and I wanted to learn more about them. The action in the story is well written, allowing the reader to feel as though they are alongside the characters. There are a lot of questions left unanswered in this exciting novel, readers will be looking forward to the next book in this trilogy.

Knights of the Alliance is a riveting young adult novel that teens will enjoy reading. This epic fantasy novel will also appeal to anyone who enjoys adventure, fantasy, and magic.

Pages: 412 | ASIN : B09JMNR5F4

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