Friday, September 23, 2011

Review of The Hidden Sun by Mandi Slack

Author Mandi Slack (who wrote The Alias) reviewed The Hidden Sun and posted on her webpage.

Here are some of the things she had to say:

"The Hidden Sun by J. Lloyd Morgan is definitely a book about good vs. evil. Set in the kingdom of Bariwon, Rinan is doing his best to be a loyal guardian and prove his skills with a sword. After winning a weekly sparring contest, Rinan is, however, stunned when he realizes that he is to become the princess's royal guardian. This is not a job he cares to take on, but as time passes his feelings toward the princess Eliana begin to change. They fall in love against their better judgment and soon they are forced to make a decision that will effect their lives and those they love forever.

I thought J. Lloyd Morgan's novel was a great read and a must for those who love fantasy, a little romance, a lot of action, and a bit of suspense. I enjoyed Morgan's writing style and I found his insight into human nature refreshing. His characters were well-developed and the plot moved along at a great pace. I would recommend The Hidden Sun to anyone. It was a clean, wholesome book with a beautiful cover. I give The Hidden Sun 4.5 out of 5 stars."

Her full blog can be accessed here.

1 comment:

  1. Great review.

    Great new look on the web site! I love it. I've got to know where the background pic is from. I'm 99% sure I've been there.

    Great looking covers! I'm really looking forward to your next books.