Soul Siphon (A Soul Stones Story) by T. L. Branson

Soul Siphon (A Soul Stones Story) by T. L. Branson, 23 pages, September 29th 2017, Genre: Kindle Short Reads/Fantasy/Sword and Sorcery. Warning: May Contain Spoilers.

Review by Leigh Holland.

I love a good short read, something I can finish by the time I’m done with lunch. I finished this read in about 15 minutes. The story is an excellent start to the series. King Drygo is practically a god, but no matter how much power he may possess, he couldn’t save his wife. Torn apart emotionally, the King of Sunbury lacks the will to fight, his motivation weakened by his deep loss. However, he finds the will to defend his city and his own loyal men against the vile invaders. During the process, his valuable diamond is stolen by the enemy, prompting him to take more drastic action against the enemy.

The story blends dark magic, battles for the fate of kingdoms, and a love stronger than death. It’s engaging and the pages turn fast. I enjoyed this short read immensely and I’m looking forward to more in the series.

You can find this book at Soul Siphon.

Book Description:

Alexander Drygo, king of Sunbury, is reeling from the loss of his wife. Despite his best efforts using an incredible power, she is no longer among the living.

When a rival kingdom seeks to take advantage of this delicate time in Drygo’s life, he is thrust into a battle for the future of his kingdom.

Can he save his people where he could not save his queen?

About the Author:

T.L. Branson is the author of the upcoming Soul Stones series. Branson started writing when he was eighteen and has contributed articles to several blogs and websites over the years. His debut novel, Soul Render, is the first book in a planned trilogy and will publish in 2018. He finds his inspiration from the kings (and queen) of story, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, George Lucas, and J.K. Rowling. Born in Pennsylvania, he currently lives in California with his wife and two children.

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