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The Faithful Soldier Review

The Faithful Soldier


October 1, 2018

Fantasy - Paranormal - Magic - Young Adult


Brenden is committed to Calista, and not just because he is her second in command. Although he never expressed his feelings, he would do anything for her, even cross into the human realm. He has vowed to protect her, now if only he can find her.

Journey through Skazka from a new perspective in Valia Lind’s The Faithful Soldier. A recollection of the first two books in The Skazka Chronicles, readers experience the same events only from Brenden’s point of view.

Although a novella, Valia still fills the pages with excitement, romance, and intrigue. Add in a lack of profanity, sexual content, as well as spelling and grammatical errors then a rating of 5 out of 5 stars is the obvious conclusion.

Please read with caution if affected by any of the following: missing loved one, knife and sword violence, mutilated and bloody bodies, hand to hand combat, decapitation, war, burnt flesh, and ambush.

An extra insight into The Skazka Chronicles, The Faithful Soldier, brings an aspect to the overall story that supporters of the series were hoping for.

Thank you to #TheFaithfulSoldier, #TheSkazkaChronicles, and #ValiaLind, for the opportunity to read this novella and give my honest review.

*Please note to fully obtain the top experience intended, this series is best read in consecutive order.

Review of the first book in this series, Remembering Majyk, can be found at:

Review of the second book in this series, Majyk Reborn, can be found at:


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