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A Captivating Prelude to an Immersive Saga: "Remember Me" Book Review

Sojourn on a captivating prelude to an immersive saga and into the heart of Brien Feathers' enchanting fantasy realm with "Remember Me," the mesmerizing prelude to an immersive saga. In collaboration with Rockstar Book Tours, this virtual book tour beckons readers to journey through a world where immortal spirits and mortal destinies entwine, weaving a tapestry of love, sacrifice, and dark fantasy. Amidst the richly detailed setting of old Nara, alongside lovable characters, a slow-burn romance unfolds, etching its presence into the reader's soul. Join us in this spellbinding escapade and seize the chance to win a $50 Amazon International Gift Card. A splendid tale awaits you!


"Remember Me" by Brien Feathers


 

My Review

⭐⭐⭐⭐


Remember Me” by Brien Feathers, the inaugural installment of the Royal Diviner Trilogy, weaves an enchanting tale of love, sacrifice, and the intricate dance between mortal and immortal realms. This slow-burn romance unfolds in a meticulously crafted world filled with vivid descriptions and lovable characters that will linger in readers’ hearts.


The story follows Reiko, the immortal spirit of the storm, as she embarks on a journey to unravel the mysteries of a recurring dream during the Soul Festival. Feathers introduces us to the historical district of Sunlit City, a richly detailed setting that becomes a character in its own right. The imperial palace of old Nara holds secrets, and as Reiko delves deeper, a peculiar girl shares a tale of a disgraced deity and a mortal warlord, setting the stage for a captivating narrative.


Ayame, with her fiery temper and a decade-long banishment to the mortal realm, emerges as a relatable and resilient protagonist. The war-torn era of Nara sets a treacherous backdrop, and Ayame encounters twists, turns, and unexpected alliances on her journey. The author skillfully introduces a wine-loving, trickster fox spirit as Ayame’s companion, adding a touch of whimsy to the dark fantasy setting.


Feathers’ writing style is both eloquent and immersive, capturing the essence of the characters and the world they inhabit. The slow-burn romance is palpable, allowing readers to savor the growing connection between Ayame and the infamous warlord, even as danger looms on the horizon.


While the pacing is deliberate and contributes to the atmospheric tension, some readers might find it a bit slow. However, this subjective element doesn’t detract from the overall enjoyment of the story. By expertly weaving the narrative with betrayals, familial complexities, and unforeseen challenges, the author keeps the reader engaged throughout.


The book cover, a visual delight, deserves a special mention for its allure and ability to encapsulate the essence of the story. It complements the beautifully written narrative and enhances the overall reading experience.


In conclusion, “Remember Me” by Brien Feathers is a splendid beginning to the Royal Diviner Trilogy, offering readers a rich and immersive fantasy world with well-crafted characters and a mesmerizing romance. Despite it being slow at times, the novel delivers a satisfying reading experience, leaving readers eagerly anticipating the next installment in this promising trilogy. With its content advisory for violence and intimate situations, “Remember Me” invites readers into a captivating realm where love and danger entwine, creating a tapestry of fantasy that lingers in the mind long after the final page.

 



1 Comment


Sam Dorne
Sam Dorne
Mar 13

I like the sound of this one, but also gotta say I love the cover too - it really draws me in.

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