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Country there lie ancient prejudices and secrets Traitors live within the castle walls but Andraste can't help but wonder who's worse the vampire empress conuering the world or the deceitful fairies she's fighting to sa. Andraste has an overwhelming list of characters Though there are names that are read freuently than others the list still seems to go on and onThe names were interesting and clever to read One can't help but anticipate how uniue the next name will beThe idea of 'Fates Beloved' is original and it's refreshing to read something new every once in a while but the execution of the story was drawn out and confusing The complexity of Andraste will push readers to reread the book over just to understand certain conceptslike age Is the novel about teenaged elves or adult elves 20 25One can certainly appreciate the thought and creativity that writer Marisa Mills put into Andraste It's a complex novel for sure but it creates a sense of intrigue that lasts down to the very last sentence

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Andraste the daughter of an elfin prince and fairy ueen is Fate's Beloved blessed with an incredible prophecy naming her as the one who can vanuish the Abatu Empire She has spent her life preparing for the day when she w. Full non spoiler review courtesy at Book Movie Dimension a Blog The daughter of a fairy ueen and elfin prince who's charged with an amazing prophecy Andraste is a serious young warrior princess In the first opening chapters we see Andraste and her upbeat cousin Radiance readying to attend a court party Obviously its a social event to present everyone with the warrior princess Andraste remains dispirited for the evening though being aware of the prophecy that mentions she will be the downfall of the Abutu empire run by evil vampire Empress Sarai and bring peace to the land of Nymphia Latlan and other mystical lands in Magick Towards the middle of the party we see that some type of of serpent shapeshifters have been sent from the Abatu Empire by the command of Empress Sarai who is actually Andraste's aunt but its mentioned she has embraced dark magic guarded by some dieties trusted by the Magick inhabitants in the world of Andraste Andraste with Radiance know that the time has come to fulfill the prophecy that was created by her mother ueen Rhiannon of Lumounisia The serpent shapeshifters are soon fended off with the help off a new friend of the court and the late ueen's ambassador Elvin who is known as the son of a ambitious conuering general who Andraste's mother died almost at the hands while she waged war as he tried to take LumounisiaAndraste comes to know Elvin who for the most part is helping her with politics at court and to also help her fulfill the prophecy to bring down the Abutu Empire Andraste doesn't believe him at all and we really see her struggle throughout the novel by being in his presence Nonetheless she has to fulfill her destiny and journey with Elvin as well as others to gain allies in the war against the Empress Sarai Even with allies Andraste's fight almost proves impossible and the journey to triumph along the way will bring some rather shocking revelations about the prophecy of Fate's beloved Having never read a novel from the line of Hydra Publications wasn't sure what to expect in terms of a uality novel Once got into Andraste found that the book had a beautiful cover and story that is entirely worthy of attention Marissa Mills has a really diverse voice Noticed that for Andraste she has a strong sense of duty but she's not always formal since she does have her own personalities Oh and Radiance she was an amazingly talkative duchess and cousin of Andraste Her upbeat and really talkative personality you can find amusing or irritating at times While Elvin is such a straitlaced half siren who can ocassionaly be truly naive You know the type that is overly caring of others and is too trusting General Adair of Naeda who's a huge supporter of Elvin is rather interesting and Lady Clara who Elvin holds dear We get to see a lot of struggles the characters go through but Andraste's perspective dominates the story most of all with fear but a strong look toward the prophecy about her Mill's writing is something you can relate to well in fantasy really building a amazing magical world where evil comes in the the form of war that contains an intricate world of creatures and their cultures Her voice as a writer is multi faceted meaning that she can take up different character point of views within the story and they all seem different While her writing as a whole is very addicting there's that's admirable like the fighting scenes They come alive in uality building Andraste in regard to its fantasy take is uniue since there are fairies elves and yes even unicorns present There are mentions of the unicorn nation of Firelapsia and titles of unicorns such as Lead Stallion Sunfire and Chestnut There's still Andraste leaves off with Elvin fighting some dark magic connected to a gem known as the Dark Elegem guarded by Oishea Guardian of Dark Magic A lot is at work in Andraste that Mills really did a fine job at Hope to see of Andraste Elvin Radiance General Valiant Chestnut Sunfire and Wildfire in hopefully future novels sonce there seemed to be a possibility for continuationThere is no doubt abou it Andraste is a very different fantasy novel that deserves a chance from any fantasy lover The dialogue in Andraste will pull you inOverall Amazing readGenre Fantasy

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Ould leave her homeland and fulfill her destiny That day has come but there are a few things Andraste doesn't know Her prophecy is a carefully constructed lie and beneath the beauty and civilization of her mother's fairy. I enjoyed this book immensely Andraste is a fantasy novel like I've never seen before Whenever I told someone about it I called it a elffairy coming of age fantasy novel because that is what I think it is Andraste has to come into her own after her mother Rhiannon is killed and Andraste must take her place as the Warrior ueen of Luminous Even Elvin the Latlan who is now Andraste's ambassador has some growing up to do As the two main characters I enjoyed them the most; their stories resonated with me the mostThe names and places found within this novel are uniue to the world Ms Mills created Luminous Nymphia Latla etc I loved them all the descriptions of the places people and differing cultures found within Each was very distinctiveOverall I rounded up to 5 Stars for this novel There were a few misspelled words and some formatting issues that I noticed throughout the most prominent being that one person would speak but another would have an action on the same line All of this though was not enough to deter me from the story I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a great fantasy read You won't be disappointed


10 thoughts on “Andraste

  1. says:

    Full non spoiler review courtesy at Book Movie Dimension a Blog The daughter of a fairy ueen and elfin prince who's charged with an amazing prophecy Andraste is a serious young warrior princess In the first opening chapters we see Andraste and her upbeat cousin Radiance readying to attend a court party Obviously its a social event to present everyone with the warrior princess Andraste remains dispirited for the evening though being aware of the prophecy that mentions she will be the downfall of the Abutu empire run by evil vampire Empress Sarai and bring peace to the land of Nymphia Latlan and other mystical lands in Magick Towards the middle of the party we see that some type of of serpent shapeshifters have been sent from the Abatu Empire by the command of Empress Sarai who is actually Andraste's aunt but its mentioned she has embraced dark magic guarded by some dieties trusted by the Magick inhabitants in the world of Andraste Andraste with Radiance know that the time has come to fulfill the prophecy that was created by her mother ueen Rhiannon of Lumounisia The serpent shapeshifters are soon fended off with the help off a new friend of the court and the late ueen's ambassador Elvin who is known as the son of a ambitious conuering general who Andraste's mother died almost at the hands while she waged war as he tried to take LumounisiaAndraste comes to know Elvin who for the most part is helping her with politics at court and to also help her fulfill the prophecy to bring down the Abutu Empire Andraste doesn't believe him at all and we really see her struggle throughout the novel by being in his presence Nonetheless she has to fulfill her destiny and journey with Elvin as well as others to gain allies in the war against the Empress Sarai Even with allies Andraste's fight almost proves impossible and the journey to triumph along the way will bring some rather shocking revelations about the prophecy of Fate's beloved Having never read a novel from the line of Hydra Publications wasn't sure what to expect in terms of a uality novel Once got into Andraste found that the book had a beautiful cover and story that is entirely worthy of attention Marissa Mills has a really diverse voice Noticed that for Andraste she has a strong sense of duty but she's not always formal since she does have her own personalities Oh and Radiance she was an amazingly talkative duchess and cousin of Andraste Her upbeat and really talkative personality you can find amusing or irritating at times While Elvin is such a straitlaced half siren who can ocassionaly be truly naive You know the type that is overly caring of others and is too trusting General Adair of Naeda who's a huge supporter of Elvin is rather interesting and Lady Clara who Elvin holds dear We get to see a lot of struggles the characters go through but Andraste's perspective dominates the story most of all with fear but a strong look toward the prophecy about her Mill's writing is something you can relate to well in fantasy really building a amazing magical world where evil comes in the the form of war that contains an intricate world of creatures and their cultures Her voice as a writer is multi faceted meaning that she can take up different character point of views within the story and they all seem different While her writing as a whole is very addicting there's that's admirable like the fighting scenes They come alive in uality building Andraste in regard to its fantasy take is uniue since there are fairies elves and yes even unicorns present There are mentions of the unicorn nation of Firelapsia and titles of unicorns such as Lead Stallion Sunfire and Chestnut There's still Andraste leaves off with Elvin fighting some dark magic connected to a gem known as the Dark Elegem guarded by Oishea Guardian of Dark Magic A lot is at work in Andraste that Mills really did a fine job at Hope to see of Andraste Elvin Radiance General Valiant Chestnut Sunfire and Wildfire in hopefully future novels sonce there seemed to be a possibility for continuationThere is no doubt abou it Andraste is a very different fantasy novel that deserves a chance from any fantasy lover The dialogue in Andraste will pull you inOverall Amazing readGenre Fantasy


  2. says:

    UnexpectedAfter reading the summary I expected to dive into a fairy world close to the one invented by Julie Kagawa in The Iron King Namely a tender and creative universe full of fairies and fantasy characters with a beautiful love story as a bonus But from the very first pages this is a road close to the Tolkien's tales that I borrowedMarisa Mills has imagined a world with many tribes many breeds with different customs and languages​​ A world uite dark cruel where conspiracies betrayals and wars of power are everywhereSo I let myself fully embark in this universe complex than expected with a wealth of individuals and stories also complicated During the story the reader encounter humans unicorns as well as vampires mages or warriors Many imaginary characters are revealed or described with great beauty or darkness Sometimes I was perplexed by the reactions of certain characters or situations It's for getting answers that I kept turning the pages of this novel even though I finished it and I still have many uestions I loved also the General Adair of Naed I will miss his humor and opennessIn her first volume the author also discusses racism issues by integrating all these different tribes that often settle their differences with swords But it also brings the subject of tolerance and forgiveness Suffering death and trouble are also mixed with lovefriendship intriguesThroughout my reading as usally I've been waiting and anticipating a romance between Andraste and Elvin If I was frustrated by my own suppositions I was also a bit surprised with the outcome of their relationship Strangely the way the relationship subtily evolves it is beautiful and charming They come from such a long way since their first meeting They changed a lot after have been in contact with each other They have achieved self respect and trustuite a progress Of course I expect to continue to be touched surprised and by this duo in the next volumeI also expect magic and fantasy to come to soften the struggles delicate situations and difficult decisions that Andraste will face Nothing is easy in this story Everything is complex and subtle but still very addictive An intriguing epic that makes you want to know A nice surprise and great encountersLuciehttpnewbooksonmyselvesblogspotfr


  3. says:

    Originally posted at Butterfly o Meter Books on Nov 1 2011I’ve had this on my reading list for a while now and I’m happy I finally managed to get to read itTo begin with the world is just lovely imaginative fantastic I felt it was well built and it was a pleasure to find myself immersed in such a delightful place The characters were nice perhaps a bit too nice for my own tastes but very inspiring with that note of righteous that you’d love your kids to come in contact with you know?I will however add that they felt a bit too good to me a bit too proper a bit too polite a bit too well meaning I didn’t connect with either of them though Andraste was funny and witty and I usually do connect with characters like thatThe dialog has a bit of a stiff note I find and it made me wonder if the characters really did know one another and had a common past it felt like they were constantly on their first discussion when you’re a bit too cautious a bit too proper a bit too formal I kept waiting for the ice to be broken so to speak but I didn’t really feel like it happenedI will remind you guys I’m the sort of reader that likes villains most of the time the bada sort of characters the witty the boisterous the wisea in other words spicy characters that have a fairly strong charismatic personality I didn’t really feel like there was one of those in here so by large though there were tense moments and action scenes and all in the mids of all the adventure the read felt somewhat monotonous to meBut it is a very safe ya read middle grade I’d say in fact it’s got that fairytale note with nice inspiring characters with good intentions and a magical beautiful world It’s sweet the kind of read that makes you go “Awww” then “Whoa” If you’re into that sort of thing I think you’ll like this book


  4. says:

    It’s rare I read a book where the fantasy world created for the story seems so believable I forget that I live on earth With Andraste the world that the author created was believable and very exciting It was a treat to learn about the different lands customs traditions types of people their powers and etcetera It was as if I walked side by side the main character while she traveled throughout the pages of the bookThe fate of the fairies rest on the shoulders of a young fairy named Andraste whose world is not as it seems This book has several twists and turns that leads Andraste through a life she never dreamed of or expected especially when it comes to fighting the vampire empress who is determined to conuer the world I would highly recommend this book for so many reasons but this is just of the few reasons why1 The world that Marisa the author crafted was fantastic and clever2 The book is very fast paced and sucks you in from the start3 The whole cast of characters good and bad strengthen the story’s plot I loved learning about each and everyone of them4 Who doesn’t love a good fantasy when there’s a mystery to be solved?5 Did I mention it’s about fairies? I love fairiesNow there is one tiny thing I had an issue with and it’s so minor it didn’t have too much of an effect on my overall ratingIn the beginning I found it slightly difficult to follow along because I was trying to remember who was who where they came from and were they good or bad But after a very short while I caught on and loved the book Other people may not find this an issueI’m actually going to enjoy reading from this author


  5. says:

    I enjoyed this book immensely Andraste is a fantasy novel like I've never seen before Whenever I told someone about it I called it a elffairy coming of age fantasy novel because that is what I think it is Andraste has to come into her own after her mother Rhiannon is killed and Andraste must take her place as the Warrior ueen of Luminous Even Elvin the Latlan who is now Andraste's ambassador has some growing up to do As the two main characters I enjoyed them the most; their stories resonated with me the mostThe names and places found within this novel are uniue to the world Ms Mills created Luminous Nymphia Latla etc I loved them all the descriptions of the places people and differing cultures found within Each was very distinctiveOverall I rounded up to 5 Stars for this novel There were a few misspelled words and some formatting issues that I noticed throughout the most prominent being that one person would speak but another would have an action on the same line All of this though was not enough to deter me from the story I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a great fantasy read You won't be disappointed


  6. says:

    I started this book for my August challenge but didn't end up finishing it in time I found that the book was good but it wasn't for me I found it slow and not very exciting One of the main reasons that this book wasn't for me was because I found the characters names silly Radiance Brilliance Determination and so on and so forth And if they weren't silly like that then they were very had to pronounce or even remember I actually thought about uitting this book only because it wasn't my style but I kept reading because all the reviews that I saw had been good I thought maybe it would get better I was wrong I found the ending dull The whole book was this hype about a big giant war it never really happenedI did enjoy how the author switched the POV through the story I when it was about Clare the best I found her to be the most interesting character Also I liked how it contained so many different creatures from vamps to elves to sirens


  7. says:

    Andraste has an overwhelming list of characters Though there are names that are read freuently than others the list still seems to go on and onThe names were interesting and clever to read One can't help but anticipate how uniue the next name will beThe idea of 'Fates Beloved' is original and it's refreshing to read something new every once in a while but the execution of the story was drawn out and confusing The complexity of Andraste will push readers to reread the book over just to understand certain conceptslike age Is the novel about teenaged elves or adult elves 20 25One can certainly appreciate the thought and creativity that writer Marisa Mills put into Andraste It's a complex novel for sure but it creates a sense of intrigue that lasts down to the very last sentence


  8. says:

    Imagine a world sucked into war and now the young adults have to save it At the same time they are forced to learn that their childhood days are gone They are slow to accept this as anyone this age would For most of them it is an adventure some a shadow to what they have already faced and others a grim expectation It is then reality hitsThe story is full of magic fae elves and creatures of the night in a showdown that brings good and evil face to face The only uestion is Who is really good?Marisa weaves a tale that grabs you from the very first sentence Before you realize it you have been pulled into an epic story and then caught by the characters whose lives you are now intertwined with You see the growth of young and old alike the changing of minds and the realization of secrets It will be interesting to see what else this author has planned


  9. says:

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but overall I can't say I didI really enjoyed the universe thoughThe author goes on with many interesting plots but never seems to finish them It's also really difficult to follow conversations and I often had to re read pages to understand who were talking It also seems like the author have developed a lot during writing this book but unfortunately it don't seems like she has gone back and edited earlier parts of the book before it was publishedSo in short A great universe but the book seems unfinished and unfortunately that ruined the reading experience for me


  10. says:

    This was a wonderful book It was hard of hard keeping up with who said what at some points but it didn't take away from the story at all Elves fairies unicorns giant owls vampireseverything set up for a grand fantasy book It's open ended so I'm really hoping she continues the series and writes


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