"Eye of the Sword" by Karyn Henley started off as a disappointment. I hadn't realized that it was the second in a series so it took me a while to gt a hang of things, especially since it was a fantasy. Thankfully there was a glossary of terms and a map in the beginning to get me straightened out. This fantasy series chronicles the adventures and triumphs of Trevin, a comain (knight) of the King. Trevin sets out on a journey to find two missing harps, seven missing comains and secure the neighboring kingdoms peace and support. He must do all of this quickly before the prince of the Dregmoors (bad kingdom), Varic, marries Trevins true love, Meleai (the King's daughter). Along the way Trevin is accused of murder, acquitted, discovers that he is half angel, and uncovers one of the harps. It's a thrilling book and I can't wait to read the next one. Wish I had read the first one first though.
“I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review”