Book Review: ‘The Wild Hunt’ by Ron C. Nieto

The-Wild-Hunt-ebook*** I was gifted a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. ***

“No! No, no, no!” – Lily Boyd (The Wild Hunt)

MacKenna is Lily’s grandmother and is her mentor in all things Faerie, even if Lily doesn’t realise it.
Lily, albeit unknown to her, is the trainee. Unprepared, she still stands firm.
Troy is an enigma. Which side does his loyalties lie?

“No! No, no, no!” To quote Lily, that is exactly what I said when this book ended. I was so engrossed in the story that I hadn’t noticed that I my Kindle was saying 95%, so therefore wasn’t prepared for the book to be finished.

As Lily takes her journey into the Faerie world, my heart pounded along with hers. That is how engrossed I was. I didn’t expect to be when I first started reading, but sucked in I was.
I learned things about the Faerie world that I never knew before which was quite interesting. “Sorry” & “Thank you” are two phrases I’ll be watching my tongue on 😛

I loved the three main characters, even if Mackenna isn’t exactly front and center for most of the book. Reading the interaction between Lily and Mackenna made me chuckle.
Troy….ohhhhhhh Troy’s literal speech was frustrating at first until I got used to how he spoke. I really felt for Lily when she first encounters him.

If you like Fantasy, then I encourage you to pick up a copy of ‘The Wild Hunt’. It is well written, the story flows along and makes your brain tick as you try to figure out the proper phrasing of questions.

This is pure fantasy at it’s best. THIS book is a shining example of why I like to read the Fantasy Genre. This book is getting a 5 Shamrock rating and I am dying to read the next part.

D'eBook's 5 Shamrock Rating.

D’eBook’s 5 Shamrock Rating.

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