Book ReviewsThe World Between Us | LITERARY TITAN

The World Between Us | LITERARY TITAN

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The world is between us By Diana Parugia Is a story where our world is not the only one. An existing dimension with the dreams we all dreamed. Who does not want a world where magic really exists? Spells, Thousands and Unicorns! It’s a dream come true. Diana takes readers on a fantastic journey to Encantralem, The land of magic.

The story begins with our main character, Kayla, who suffered from the loss of her parents. An orphan in her teens, she is determined to get her life in order. Her depression and emptiness in her life are evident, and yet she has lifted herself up and moved to London to realize her writing dreams, when suddenly she is transferred to the realm of magic.

The beginning of this story is absolutely fascinating. The contemporary life she lives is interesting in itself, but when she is moved to the Antrental, she undergoes a massive change. Although I enjoyed watching her character evolve, I would have enjoyed if it had taken a little longer to make that transition because I would have liked to explore it more in depth.

From the beginning of this fantasy novel we get a lot of information right away. This is a story with a detailed and well-calculated background story. We learn about the kingdom and history of magic, and how Hominearlam was separated and lacking in magic. The story has a light hue, and I really enjoyed the introduction of mythical creatures.

Declan, our protagonist, is an interesting character and with whom readers get to witness love at first sight. An elf prince, surrendered under the rule of his selfish father. I thought Declan was a good guy, until he invaded Kayla’s thoughts and made her reveal her complaints and trauma. After that I felt he had a lot more layers in his character, but this subtle character twist makes him much more convincing and the conflict I feel towards his character speaks to the author’s fantastic writing ability.

I loved the characters and races, and how the story particularly unfolds the connection with the infamous Camelot, Arthur and Merlin! I have always adored these myths and therefore, it was very easy for me to read the book. The book reminded me Yard of thorns and roses or even Shadow and bone, The famous fantasy stories.

The world is between us Is a fascinating fantasy adventure story that will appeal to lovers of sword and witchcraft. I look forward to the next episode in the series.

Pages: 465

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