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I have read 50 pages so far, and it is interesting. The plot is very intriguing, and I like the main character too.
I am going to start reading this novel this weekend.
So far, this has been an intriguing read as events took an interesting turn in recent chapters. I have reached my goal of reading 200 pages for February. It is a long novel.
I enjoyed reading The Queen’s Poisoner by Jeff Wheeler. This book was different from other fantasy novels I have read. The story followed an eight-year-old Owen taken away from his family to live at the castle with the king.
At first, I wasn’t sure about the novel, if I wanted a read about an eight-year-old boy, what he might have to endure without his parents. I am glad I did, for it was an excellent read.
The story opens where Owen’s parents made the wrong choice by going against the king. They lost one child because the King ordered his death. Owen fate was sealed, to be taken away and forced to live at the palace.
After that, Owen’s story started with the journey heading to the king’s castle. I could relate with Owen being terrified and dealing with the pain being separated from his parents.
Once Ankarette was introduced and Owen’s transformation begins. She helps him to adjust living at the castle, teaches how to thrive, and lessons on politics.
Evie was another great character that was introduced halfway through the story. She was a strong-will little girl taught Owen to be brave in dangerous situations.
The climax of the book had me reading into the late hours; I wanted to see how Owen would save his family from the King. It was awesome!
The Ending was great. It wrapped up Owen’s storyline and that leads to the second book in the series.
Another thing I like about the novel, the author took his time to develop the culture and explained certain meanings to Owen. I had no trouble understanding terms and descriptions.
The descriptions are amazing and there were times I felt I was with young Owen and walked with him on his journey. The way the rivers and the fountains such detail that portray the spiritual meaning.
I’m looking forward to reading book two.
This is what I will be reading in February.