Mystery, devious plots, love stories of gain and loss, battles, kidnapping, fantasy worlds and creatures. What do all of these items have in common? They are located in the land of Idisina and beyond. Idisina: The Black Rider by Daniela Giulia Traub and Ortal Maria Tiurin is a perfect fantasy tale for all types of readers.
While there are numerous characters held within the pages of Idisina, the foremost would be Daniel. Daniel is a young man who struggles with the life dealt, not by his family, but forced upon him by the ruling government who believe women should dominate and rule all aspects of society. The inner and outer battles that Daniel encounters, push and pull him further towards and away from his ultimate goal; overthrowing the royal family in order to bring about change for the common class.
As Daniel goes about his journey, there are also many major story lines woven throughout the ebook that involve others, such as the 2 Princesses of the Kingdom, Latifer and Latum, their mom Queen Latiner, Ariteu and Nathan who are both members of the court and turn the worlds of the Princesses upside down.
As if overthrowing the governmental system was not difficult enough, Daniel is continually faced with challenges and tests, battles and setbacks, forcing him to push further and at times question his mission. Needless to say, the characters do not make it any easier for him as their lives intersect.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the ebook, Idisina: The Black Rider. As the story advanced and the plot thickened, I found myself more and more invested into the lives of these strong and complex personalities. Just as Daniel, there were moments I was not sure whose side I was currently on as the pain of each person is revealed. This was one book I could not wait to finish to see how it all plays out in the end. Obviously, I will not give anything away, you will just have to read it for yourself to see.
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