Sky Riders, Book One:The Rising Sun
The Rising Sun is a classic fiction that inveigles you right from the very start. For me, it was like being caught in a gentle current, carried from a roof top, to a dragon's cavern then out into the deep, therein lies many things, both terrible and great-like a hidden elven city.
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It is a world of sorcery, elves and dragons, a world not unknown to us. However, the author manipulates it well to establish themes that have a strong pull on the human thread. Despite the protagonist being an ostracized orphan in a separatist world, there is is something powerful inside her (and I'm not speaking of her blood borne magic).
The only real complaint against this propitious tale is (in my humble opinion) the lack of remarkable imagery. But I would not ring the bells too much. After all, the author bears a heavy task of creating a whole new world. Perhaps, like the protagonist's inevitable finding of her own freedom as she strives for unity, I am convinced the end result will be a thrilling tale.