Asta and the Barbarians by Becca Fox

Asta and the Barbarians by Becca Fox
Publisher: Tirgearr Publishing
Genre: Historical
Length: Full Length (218 pages)
Heat level: Sweet
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Chamomile

On the day the Holgarians attack her town, twenty-year-old Asta is blessed by a warrior god and is empowered with the heightened senses and unnatural healing abilities these foreign invaders possess. Grief-stricken and paralyzed by terror, she’s hauled onto the conquering general’s ship and taken to the island of Holger across the sea.

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Asta must find proof of the general’s treachery and bring it before the king so that she can save unconquered provinces from meeting the same fate as her hometown. But the king’s counselors suddenly start dying, and the king himself is hounded by foreign assassins. Revenge will have to wait if Asta’s going to keep the king, the mainland’s only hope, alive.

Heart-pounding and fast-paced, this packs a punch! This story has equal shared action and mystery, with a hint of romance and powerful friendships.

From the start I could tell that Asta was going to be an interesting character to spend time with. Now I only wish I could spend more with her! This story is packed full of emotion and fast-paced, while still being easy to follow, and constantly drawing the reader deeper into the story and mystery, lies and discoveries.

The story is solid, both the writing and characters are enjoyable and easy to keep up with. I loved the lore of the gods and the different kingdoms. It felt a bit historically inspired, while also having a mythology/SFF type setting that worked well together.

This story deals a lot with kingdoms and warriors, with gods and blessings/abilities thrown in, but I could see a lot of different readers enjoying this story, with strong characters, and detailed story-line this book is one that’d likely appeal to many readers.

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