Austin L. Wiggins of https://writingsbyender.com was kind enough to post a review of The Warden of Everfeld: Memento on his site!
Go check it out, and his other book reviews, short fiction, thought pieces.
My favorite line from his review: “This book is deeply layered and impressively self-accurate.”
Centering on Aston the young adult, his love interest Jaed, and Arden the last and lost line to a powerful lineage, The Warden of Everfeld: Memento is a vibrant fantasy novel. Aston is nineteen years old and wants nothing more than to be a soldier like his father was before him, but has trouble being seen as anything more than a trainee. Jaed is Arden’s caretaker/adoptive big sister. All of them live in a place called the Refuge, called so because it consists of different clans of people whom sought shelter after various wars in the area. In Steven D’Adamo’s tale, Aston must decide allegiance between either his home the Refuge or his love Jaed and Arden.
This book is deeply layered and impressively self-accurate. Within the context of the story, is an in-depth look at this world’s history from creation to current times, but at no point in time…
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