Review - Winter Moon

Winter Moon is the third exciting book in the series 'Chronicles of the White Tower'.

Lady Marie Anne, a young Adapti of the Order of the White Tower, is given her first important mission after coming of age: find and kill the man who is seeking to destroy the White Tower and end her Order of Knighthood.

Her quest takes her across the sea in a small boat, with only Brand, a young fisherman for assistance. Together they must find and bring to justice a meglomaniac who has already brought about the deaths of Brand's parents.

Death and violence, fire and destruction follow Marie Anne as she attempts to fulfil her duty to her Order.

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I haven’t read the previous books of the series ‘The Chronicles of the White Tower’, but certainly will after reading this.

The heroine, a 17 year old ‘lady’ of the Order of the White Tower, is given her first important mission. Lady Marie Anne is a believable person, with both faults and attributes, and certainly champions the underdog.

The story is well written, and the medieval world described solidly built. The ‘fantasy’ elements of the story are limited to magic; don’t expect to find orcs, dwarfs or talking dragons.

All in all, a good, satisfying read and, at 120,000 words, quite respectably long.

I’ll certainly be reading more of Mark Patrick’s work in the future.

Five Stars *****.