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Knight Templar in Training

   (1 review)
Genres: Fantasy
Sub-genres: General Fantasy

A teen with an earnest desire to become a Warrior-Cleric travels from a small town to the capital city and enrolls in the central temple of Arcadia. It is not long, however, before his skills and training lead him into danger. Along the way, he meets a half-Elven boy who becomes his acolyte and companion.

Copyright © 2011 David McLeod; All Rights Reserved.

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  • Characters 1
  • Chills 0
  • Cliffhanger 1
  • Compelling 0
  • Feel-Good 0
  • Humor 0
  • Smoldering 0
  • Tearjerker 0
  • Unique 1
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Weird, but good. The reason behind the three-star rating and my weird comment is that the story seems to be part of a larger series. In fact, the last chapter, mentions that the story was continued in another one of the Author's stories. However, when looking at the stories, and the descriptions, it is unclear where one is to start, in order to fully get the order of events.


Having-said-that, this story as a stand-alone was good. The characters had enough life to them, to where they weren't two-dimensional, and there was a good use of language to convey a fantasy setting. However, there was a lack of details and description to fully paint a picture of what was there. Very minimalist, and requires the reader to fill in too many voids.


Also, the use of Translator's Notes on a couple of the chapters makes one not familiar with the Author's series, wonder if these are someone else's stories and were translated to English or just a styling used by the Author. I suspect it is the latter, as some of the other stories presented by the Author uses Translator as a title reference.

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