THE ISLAND AND THE RINGEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
High fantasy, with steadfastness and honor winning over corruption and deception. Princess Tania becomes a fugitive after her father and the rest of her family die, betrayed to the minions of the dread sorcerer Ascanet. In the act of treachery, Ascanet's ring— corporeal form of Orcus, God of disorder, and source of his power—is lost, and Tania finds it. Aided by maimed minstrel Eliar (compatriot ... Read full review
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I rate this book as a four because it talks about battles and how people defeat others for their own right. It was a very adventurous book. I really enjoyed reading it.