Read Today/Review – Shadow Stalker Part 1 – (Episodes 1 – 6) by Renee Scattergood

Happy Release Day

Synopsis

Auren learns that she is destined to enslave the people of her world, and Drevin, emperor of the Galvadi Empire is determined to end her life before it happens. Her foster father, Kado, has sworn to protect her and trains her as a shadow stalker. But her training is cut short, when their people are overrun by the Galvadi Empire. Now she has to find a way to help her people without succumbing to the prophecy.

The Shadow Stalker episodes to date has been a very enjoyable series to read.  The story concept is sound and covers all the bases for a good fantasy novel.  There is the unknown and unsure hero Auren, the teacher Kado and the the great enemy the Galvadi Empire.

The characters are well written and with good personality, with an easy flow to the events in the story which draws the reader in.  Renee has provided a strong layer of emotions and conflict between Kado and Auren as the true is initially revealed, which grows into a determined resolve and a deepening of ties between the pair.

As the story progresses many trues, both pleasant and raw cause Auren to question the meaning of her existence, but she remains true to her feelings. It’s always good to read a character that is self discovering, learning but knows what the right path is.

Some lessons can only be learned the hard way, some paths must walk in the shadow.

If your a fan of good fantasy, that is well written with a good story, pick up a copy of  Shadow Stalker Part 1.

You can purchase Paperback and eBook.

Paperback

Createspace

Ebook

Amazon Kindle
Smashwords

Episode Overview

The Hidden Truth (Episode 1)

A young shadow stalker is destined to enslave the people of the Serpent Isles, and the Galvadi Empire want this child of prophecy dead. Auren Trasks perfectly normal life is disrupted when the Galvadi invade, and she learns a startling secret about her past. A secret that will change her life forever.

Read a review here.

The Delohi-Saqu’s Fate (Episode 2)

Auren is being targeted by the Council of Elders, and the only one who could put an end to their corruption is her father. But leaving the Dark Isle would turn Kado against her.

Read a review here.

Shadows’ Betrayal (Episode 3)

After seeing the monster she will become, Auren swears not to leave the Dark Isle. Despite that, the elders are conspiring against her. To escape their scheming, she and Kado decide to explore the Dark Isle. But worse things await them in the forests.

Read a review here.

Forbidden Love (Episode 4)

Kado and Auren survive a deadly storm, but when Auren is forbidden from pursuing love with another young shadow stalker, will it be enough to drive a wedge between her and her foster father?

Read a review here.

Destiny Reconciled Part 1 (Episode 5)

Auren and Kado accept that they may not be able to avoid her leaving the Dark Isle. Now they have to prepare for that eventuality. Will the training be more than Auren can handle?

Read a review here.

Destiny Reconciled Part 2 (Episode 6)

Cathnor has been arrested and is facing a death sentence. The Dark Isle is out of control, and Kado is the only one who can help his people. So he prepares Auren for the possibility that she may have to leave the Dark Isle without him and face her destiny alone, but can she leave him and do what must be done?

Read a review here.

bratpicRenee Scattergood, author of the high fantasy series, Shadow Stalker, lives in Australia with her husband and daughter. Aside from writing, she loves reading (Fantasy, of course), watching movies with her family, and doing crafts and science experiments with her daughter.

If you wish to learn more about Renee, you can by visiting her site http://reneescattergood.com as well as read a previous interview with Renee here

Advertisements

4 thoughts on “Read Today/Review – Shadow Stalker Part 1 – (Episodes 1 – 6) by Renee Scattergood

  1. Pingback: Shadow Stalker Part 1 Bundle Tour | Renee Writes

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s