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The Call of Agon: Book One of The Children of Telm

The Call of Agon: Book One of The Children of Telm - Dean F. Wilson Did the plot pull you in or did you feel you had to force yourself to read the book? At no point of the book did I feel it was forced. I was pulled in from page one and couldn't wait to get to the end. In fact, I had to force myself to stop reading so I could get to other books in my TBR pile.

How realistic was the characterization? Although the actions of each character was fictional, the chracterization was real and it was easy to relate to the variety of characters. Sometimes, it felt the characters were hiding and you would find out more about them later on, this is something that quite a few authors have tried but haven't really succeeded. Wilson does it with ease.

How does the setting figure into the book? The setting was spooky and the sensation that everything was not as it seemed was prevalent throughout the book. This is one of the few books, I did not bother to guess the ending, because I knew I would be wrong.

Disclosure - As a Quality Reads Book Club member, I received a free copy of this book from the author via Orangeberry Book Tours in exchange for my honest review.