The Book Worm: Review: The Staff and the Blade

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Review: The Staff and the Blade

Review: The Staff and the Blade, Irin Chronicles, Elizabeth Hunter


Warriors. Lovers. Enemies. Legends. 

Their union became pivotal in Irin history, but to understand Damien and Sari's ending, you must go back to their beginning. Four hundred years ago, a young singer and a hardened warrior met and loved each other, but their life was torn apart by violence.

Yet no matter how much pain and anger stain their lives, bonds in the Irin race cannot be abandoned. Damien and Sari will never truly leave each other, because those who are destined cannot be ignored.

The Staff and the Blade is a novel in four parts. It is the fourth book in the Irin Chronicles. 

Genre: paranormal fiction

Publishing date: July 2016

Mature content: yes

Review: The Staff and the Blade is book four in the Irin Chronicles Series and, in my opinion, is the best one so far. It is an epic story of war, magic, love and pain that spans different worlds and several centuries. 

The Staff and the Blade comes in four parts and is not necessarily an easy book to read. You should expect pain and violence, but also a love so strong that survives all obstacles. It is cleverly inter-weaved with the previous three books but can be perfectly read as a stand alone story (though if you love the genre, you should not miss the first three books anyway - read my reviews here).

Elizabeth Hunter is truly a master storyteller and creates compelling plots and characters that grab the attention of readers, even those that, like me, do not read paranormal fiction regularly. Totally recommended.

Happy readings,

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