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Review: The Summons: A Goblin King Prequel

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The Summons: A Goblin King Prequel
The Summons: A Goblin King Prequel by Shona Husk
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Given my recent return to reading urban fantasy, I decided to read the free prequel short story of the Shadowlands series by Shona Husk. I was certainly not disappointed either, as the story acquaints the reader with the main characters, the human Eliza and the cursed Goblin King Roan. Shona was careful to offer up just enough info about both their backgrounds for the reader to be drawn into their lives. The action plays out wonderfully, and I find myself now wanting to snag the first installment of the series based on the strength of this beautifully written story.
Readers with an appreciation for fairy tales and urban fantasy romance will probably enjoy this title. There are a few comments around the internet concerning whether or not you should read this story before delving into the first novel. I cannot give an informed opinion either way, but I would say that it is worth the read regardless. Given that it is offered free of charge on stores such as Amazon, it should give you a taste of what to expect from the author and this series.

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