Check out my book review for the first episode of Shadow Stalker at louisefindlaybooks.wordpress.com/shadow-stalker-the-hidden-truth-episode-1-book-review
Check out my book review for the second episode of Shadow Stalker at louisefindlaybooks.wordpress.com/shadow-stalker-the-delohi-saqus-fate-episode-2-book-review
The Council of Elders on the Dark Isle, the home of the shadow stalkers, have refused to allow their people to help the Coalition in the war against the Galvadi Empire. Now the Coalition is in danger of falling to their enemy. If this happens, the shadow stalkers will have no ally against the empire.
After seeing Kado’s vision and learning what she will become, Auren is terrified of leaving the Dark Isle. It seems the Council of Elders may be plotting against her, despite her willingness to remain on the island.
To escape the tensions being placed on them by the council, Kado and Auren leave their village to explore the Dark Isle, but there are worse things lurking in the islands forests than the power hungry council.
I love this episode. I like how Auren gradually understands Kado and his motives. It’s also good when Auren presents intelligent ideas like when she says about the shadow people already thinking of Kado as the Foramar. Her interactions with Cathnor give much loved backstory to Kado. This segment has much more information about what will happen in the future via prophecies which is very shamanic. The one thing I’m would criticize though is how Kado is more loving and less harsh towards Auren. I understand it will be like that as the series progresses but I feel it may be too much too soon.
To round off, another great episode. Looking forward to reviewing episode 4.
Social Media Links:
Author Page: smashwords.com/profile/view/rscatts
Google Plus: /+NayaScattergood/posts