It has been 130 since the elf Tyrant Teldarion, the Collector, has been defeated by the minotaur hero Gaareul, supported by an army that consisted mainly of humans, orcs, dwarves, gnomes and minotaurs. While the continent enjoys a measure of peace and prosperity, some of the wounds suffered in that war never closed.
Destiny once again converges on a small group of people whose actions will shake the world. While some leave their homes, seeking adventure and growth, others wallow in the tragedy of their lives and become a conduit through which the world could be cracked open.
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I will give you a proper review once I am done with reading all the chapters.
However, I could sum up a few things reading yours.
Your technical writing is very good.
You explained well.
You POV was alright. I could see you are trying to play multiple roles at one time but don't get confused later on.
But I don't understand your storyline. 50 pages in and was still at prologue. That what I felt anyway. Perhaps your story could be a slow burner and all.
Honestly, the first few chapters are the hook that keep the reader enticed to your story. Too many viewpoints at the start put us off a little. Skipping through your latest chapter, it seemed that you had progressed but again with different POV. Perhaps that is your style. Who am I to say otherwise, right?
If you want some multiple POV who then managed to form a party, I recommend TSR novels. But instead of short chapters, each characters had their own books prior of their meetings.
A really enjoyable tale if you have the patience to go through the first chapters without anything remarkable happening. However, it is very well written