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Review: Gauntlet of Iniquity by Daniel Adorno

Gauntlet of Iniquity (Azuleah Trilogy #2)

Gauntlet of Iniquity by Daniel Adorno

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


The Gauntlet of Iniquity is a thrilling continuation of the story of Lucius and his quest to reforge the Requiem sword. It is filled with new adventures and a few exciting twists. Along the way, we meet great new characters to root for, and get to know the old ones better.

I was especially excited to see more of Ravenmane in this book. She’s such an interesting and complex character, and I’m looking forward to more of her in the final book of the trilogy.

A solid 4 out of 5 stars.

I received a copy of this book from the author. All views expressed are my own honest opinion.

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Christian Fiction vs. Fiction Written by Christians

Amen! This perfectly describes my views on why I don’t write ‘Christian Fiction’.

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I am a devout Christian writer, but I do not write Christian fiction.

Christ isn’t something in my life, He’s everything. This has been central to me for a long time, though I have undergone a kind of spiritual rediscovery lately, seeking to explore God and godliness in a deeper, more meaningful way.

20151014_181305 My Bible occupies the same shelf as some really bad@$$ fantasy because where else would it be?

Second only to Christianity and my immediate clan is—you guessed it—books. I take in words like air, each story another breath. Fantasy literature just fits something in me like nothing else (cheesy as it sounds) and I can’t imagine being without it. Whether reading or writing, epic fantasy in particular is almost as much a part of me as my faith.

If you’re looking for it, one can spot Christian themes in Janir and Haddie’s stories. The religious system…

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