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This grandiose book (406 pages), We Come With Vengeance by H.G. Muralee is among the best of books I have read in a long time. The book a great book with a progressive plot touching out on a two decade long war, and the relation of how the advancement of technology as the story progresses. The book is shows concern over the soldiers, the relation of the concerned civilians and nobles–and storylines highlighting how tired they have grown throughout the war. The storyline highlights a realm of the Kaier, and a relation of the people had to move into a different realm. The characters are adventurous and become involved with the ethical approach of advancement through equality and solace.
We Come With Vengeance by H G Muralee has a focus that includes how civilians and soldiers handle the struggles concerning ethics and supportive attitude of the soldiers, and how the tactics of war and the resistance underground lead to the claiming of lives in the war is pondered whether or not the war itself is worth the price that the people are paying in having the war at all. Therefore I give a full five stars rating on the book and recommend this to all of my friends and followers.
[NOTE: I received this book through NetGalley from Xpresso Book Tours for review purposes.]
Book & Author Details:
We Come With Vengeance by H.G. Muralee
Published: March 14, 2023
Published by: Hollow City Press
Length: 406 Pages
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The war has stretched on for twenty years, and the soldiers, civilians, and nobles are exhausted. Towns grow more desolate while war technology continues to advance, leaving the rest of Kaier behind.
Felix—heir to House Leigh-Van—harbors resentment for the war that has claimed his sister’s life and his father’s ethics. Regardless, he follows his orders and is content to remain equal among his fellow soldiers.
When a routine stop for repairs puts Felix at the epicenter of a brutal attack impacting civilians rather than soldiers, he struggles to continue separating his ethics from his duty. He’s privately ambivalent but publicly supportive of his uncle—the king—when whispers of an underground rebellion start to circulate. The rebellion is gaining traction and could soon make a serious play at ending the war.
But when even the tactics of the resistance begin claiming lives as quickly as the war itself, Felix starts to wonder who will survive to see the peace they’re fighting for.
About the Author
H.G. Muralee was born and raised in North Carolina. She graduated from Western Carolina University and works as a paralegal. When she isn’t writing, she’s reading far too many books, watching The Great British Baking Show, learning her husband’s native language, and playing with her dog, Oliver.
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