The Story Hunter by Lindsay A. Franklin

November 1, 2021

Title: The Story Hunter
Author: Lindsay A. Franklin
Publisher: Enclave Publishing
Pages: 360
Length: 10 hrs, 30 mins
ISBN: 9781621841227 
Publication Date: May 19th, 2020

About the Book:
Redeeming the past is a fatal quest.

In the wake of a deadly coup, the capital city of Urian has descended into chaos. Heartbreak and bloodshed await Tanwen and her friends as they discover the unlikeliest leader now rules Tir.

If they want to save the realm, Tannie and the Corsyth weavers must rescue Queen Braith and unmask the Master, ending the strife once and for all. But the success of their hunt depends upon an ally no one trusts.

The Master has a new target in sight: fragile, trauma-scarred Digwyn, whose unique weaving ability could turn the tide of any war. When the desire for vengeance proves too powerful for Digwyn to resist, Tanwen must face a terrifying truth: the fate of Tir rests in the hands of a volatile, shattered girl.
My Thoughts:
What an adventure this trilogy has been! I'm sad that is over, but I honestly can't wait to see Lindsay A. Franklin will share with us next. 

Action, adventure, conclusion. This book had so much. Even though this was the conclusion, it opened up the minds of a few more characters and their thoughts. I wasn't sure how it would work to open the perspective up to more, but goodness, it was needed to really flush out the depths of this story. 

The extra eyes really allowed the character arc to pop, and I'm glad we had that with Brack. His arc has come a long way and this conclusion was so fitting. Tannie stayed strong and true through it all. Braith was as kind and sharp. Digwyn had me all over the place, sorry for her, aching for her, then questioning what was really going on. Mor has grown into a man of caring and compassion. All of these characters have grown and changed since book one. Following on their journey has been one I was sad to see end.

Through this fantasy world, the heartache, redemption, and love really play such an important part in this story. All are injured from this world, but there is true healing out there. 

Lindsay has such a beautiful writing style and it flows. 

I read this book with my daughter in the car. She loved it as well, she wanted the whole set for her birthday. She got it. This was a story that was really perfect for young teens and adults. 

The audio of this book was captivating. The narrator and her voices add to the story and never distracted from it. 

This was a great read and such a fulfilling conclusion. 

4 out of 5

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