Lost Fate Review
August 24, 2021
Fantasy - Dystopia - Werewolves
Abigale “Abby” has it all, even if she does not think so. She has a family that loves her, a best friend she does everything with, and her wolf that will develop very soon. Then one day, that all gets burned to the ground.
Waking up in a hospital with no clue how she got there and a man she has never met claiming to be her grandfather, Abby cannot understand what happened. Convinced she has been kidnapped, she attempts to run away only to be saved by, Erebus, a wolf that cannot change back to his human form due to his injuries. Yet, an instant connection is formed.
Once healed enough to be discharged, the truth about her condition comes to light. With her grandpa as her guardian, Ally is forced to not only leave the hospital, but Erebus as well. Will Abby ever be able to except this new reality, or will she get caught in an unrelenting vortex of unknowns?
Alana Ash’s imagination takes her readers to an epic dystopian world where werewolves are real and prophesies come true in Lost Fate. Alana’s use of elaborate descriptive words creates a vision that one cannot help but see. Combined with turmoil, chaos, devotion, and a touch of hope this story is difficult to put down.
Although Alana’s proficiency as a writer is apparent with the absence of spelling or grammatical errors, borderline profanity and sexual inuendo are used. In addition, the storyline took a while to get going, but when it did one should expect a great ride. All in all, a rating of 4 out of 5 stars is given.
With this being a shifter series during a war, some events may cause one distress. Please take caution if effected by any of these possible triggers: hand to hand combat, stabbing, abandonment, unconsciousness, medical induced coma, disownment, bullying, memory loss, kidnapping, mangled and bloody bodies, trauma, death of family, and anxiety.
An impressive prequel to the Shifter Zion Series, Lost Fate grabs hold and keeps one wanting more, but be careful, as this ends with one doozy of a cliffhanger. Cannot wait for the story to continue in Dormant Soul to be released in 2022.
Thank you to #LostFate, #ShifterZionNewGenesisWarSeries, #AlanaAsh, and #GosserPublishing for the opportunity to read this book and give my honest review.