THE ARCHER AT DAWN
BY SWATI TEERDHALA
The Archer at Dawn
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This book was received from the Author, and Publisher, in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.
A mind plowing action packed sequel, to The Tiger At Midnight.
This fast passed engaging series draws its clever inspiration from some of ancient Indian history and mythology.
The second installment takes off right at the end of, The Tiger at Midnight.
We were introduced to Kunal and Esha’s characters are otherwise known as a Senap soldier, and the Viper in the first book. Esha is a legendary legend, no one knows her true identity is except for her best friend Prince Harun.
Kunal has been in training as a soldier since childhood to be a highly skilled Senap.
When a celebration and a deadly competition in Jansa, called Sun Mela, is to take place the two will travel there for diplomatic reasons. On the other hand one of the reasons is to rescue Dharka’s long lost princess Reha.
A Princess who might be able to save the land. The rebels will infiltrate the royal court to rescue the princess who has hidden away by a tyrannical king.
A lush and vibrant Ya Fantasy that will keep you on your toes, with electrifyingtwist.
Kunal and Esha’s relationship is a passionate secret, as they find themselves having to sneak amongst the shadows.
A pulsating adventurous book of royal intrigue, and captivating well developed characters will have you submerged within its fantasy action pages
Starts: 26th May 2020
Ends: 9th June 2020
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