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Book Review: Valour, by John Gwynne (2014).

Valour is the second book in the Faithless and the Fallen series authored by incredible John Gwynne. This series has turned out to be more exciting and interesting than I had anywhere near imagined. Corbin is a fantastic character and completely captured my imagination. Especially since he has this amazing relationship with the Wolven, Storm. I think that is what originally had captured my attention. But the constant heroism, empathy and strength portrayed by this character is fabulous. Not only is Corbin an extraordinary character, there are several additional characters that have won my heart. Cywen, Corbin’s brother, and Brina have also made there ways into my heart. Cywen as in the maiden who works hard and for all the right reasons and deserves much more than she receives, and Brina the elderly woman wise, and full of criticism, ready with the comic relief right when it’s needed. There is also Filede and Maquin. An unexpected live between two complete polar opposite. However, as the old saying goes, opposites attract.Again this is another book well written by John Gwynne. It has kept me at a constant book vigil being very difficult to put down once in the swing of the story. I am currently heartbroken and in much need of reading the final book. Which thankfully is not out of reach. As this book has left me with many questions I just have to have an answer to and soon! Overall I highly praise John Gwynne and officially hold him in league with my favourites Robin Hobb Nd Mark Lawrence. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in the fantasy genre and of the young adult age and older. I give this book a rating of 10/10 stars ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️