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“Edafos: Divine Wind” by Howard Jones receives critical acclaim from the Hollywood Book Reviews for its rich characterization

Edafos is a novel that deals with themes such as courage, displacement, loss, and conscience. Written by Howard O.A. Jones, the book has received praise from the Hollywood Book Reviews (HBR), helping to build its credibility to the readers.

The novel tells the tale of Cardia, one of many continents in the realm of Edafos. The continent has been peaceful after 300 Years of War marked by clashes over land ownership started by the god-like beings called Divines.

For a little more than a hundred years, peace dominated the land, but not without unimaginable pain and suffering first. The state of order is now being jeopardized as corrupt Kings and religious struggles arise, and one boy has to conquer Cardia by going against the ideals of his own people. He forges his way across the land, coming at odds with many trials.

As Anthony Avina of HBR remarks, the book creates a “brand-new world of fantasy and action.” The book critic further notes that the author “does a fantastic job of collecting a vast array of characters to populate this large new world known as the realm of Edafos. Seeing the vast character progressions throughout this long tale make the story flow smoothly, getting the readers engaged on a more personal level.”

Finally, Avina recommends the book to anyone who likes “fantasy, action, adventure and in-depth fantasy driven mythologies fleshed out in a Game of Thrones meets Lord of the Rings style epic fantasy.” Read the full review here.

David Smith

David covers popular books, both fiction and non-fiction, and keeps digging for emerging titles to add to his library of must-reads.

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