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Legends of Andolin
Adella of the Campos

By A. M. Portman

Copyright 2020.

Adella Grimless lives in Greywood Manor as what might be called 'landed gentry'. When soldiers from a neighboring land storm her home and almost kill her, she runs into the woods. There she meets a few of her household staff and a strange man. So, the adventure begins.

Although this book is listed as fantasy, it is really a medieval adventure story. There are strange creatures and magical artifacts, but they only play minor roles in this story. Most of the book involves exciting adventures on a long journey.

The story is complex and interesting. And the characters are well developed and easy to like.

It is not a cliffhanger. There is an end to the story, but with a hint of more to come.

Reviewed by Romana Drew November 3, 2021.