Helisah: Main protagonist who was followed through her increasingly dangerous role of the rebellion.
Aegras: Helisah's telepathic brother.
Fasti: Helisah's lover.
All in all I felt that the characters were not developed enough for my liking, they seemed flat and I really tried to like their characters but they just did not connect with me. The descriptions of them being a diary style book I did not see the characters or how they looked, I only heard their names which is just not how I prefer my characters to be portrayed.
- Plot is fast moving, while not a whole lot happens in depth you are able to move through the book rapidly.
- Diary entries works for this heavily war torn story, otherwise I feel there could have been boring bits.
- The plot at points is at such a bread neck speed that I was unable to follow what was happening
- Character development
- Writing style seemed almost childish and too simplistic..
All in all this book being a first book is something that I could never write, however I am hoping at Eric goes through his career he is able to home his writing skills in and take charge of flawless character growth and own the war/fantasy stage.