Review of Daughter of the Drackan by Dharmesh Chaubey

I was thrilled by the honesty, detail, and “praise” in this review, and I have to say I may be just as excited to hear what he thinks about the sequel, ‘Mother of the Drackan’, as he is to read it.

The following is just an excerpt. If you’d like to read Dharmesh’s entire review, hop over to his writing blog. If you’re ready to get your copy of ‘Daughter of the Drackan’, grab it here.

I am sort of at a loss as to what to say about this enchanting book. Keeping up with the policy to not reveal anything of the story from my side and yet give you a satisfactory review seems to be hard for this book. It has so much passion, thrill, adventure, emotions, that it’s impossible to say anything without revealing some part of the story. But, I’ll try my best.

Daughter of the Drackan, Book One of The Gyenona’s Children is not only a dark fantasy but a saga of love and friendship, journey of not only our heroine Keelin in search of her roots but also of a woman in finding her dreams and her desires. It is a story of a woman above anything else and though she finds this world strange and unfit for her, she struggles with ease. It would be no exaggeration to say that for her one look, civilizations will fall, because they will.

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