Obsidian | #Wattys2019
There are no monsters bigger than the worst of men.
The centuries-long war between two races is coming to an end; its outcome rests on the shoulders of a king, a prince, an oracle, a slave, a young girl destined to end the war, and the love that turns them all into monsters they never thought they'd become.
FEATURED ON @newlywrittenbooks reading list.
* RATED 5/5 on the Riverside Reviews by @kaitlinjackish https://www.wattpad.com/story/192098223-riverside-reviews-open
*RATED 10/10 on Dreamer Reviews
* A Review from @karimajere :
This story is not for the shallow minded. It is something to read and deliberate on. It is a fantastic tale about humanity. NO SPOILERS!!!
There is strong evidence of dedication in this story. The writer took her time to write, explain and express every detail to the point of satisfaction. The story is unique and has a class of its own. The writing is perfection and the skilled displayed by the talented writer is unrivaled.
The writer was able to depict human flaws, intelligently and accurately. This story shows the power of fate and choice. A fantastic tale that is realistic.
Each character has a unique personality, and the writer was able to maintain and carry it all through the story. Events and actions remained unpredictable which makes the story quite interesting and entertaining.
If you want to read a fantastic tale of fate, war, pride, commitment, arrogance, distrust, mutiny, disobedience, affection, promise, human nature and greed, then this is the story you are looking for.