Luca Rossi’s The branches of Time, a review

On the northern cold island of Isk two tribes betray each other. One tribe practically anihilates the other before they leave the island to begin anew on another island to the south, but they leave a magical barrier that the people of Isk cannot cross. Now, two-thousand years later they are ready to strike back.

A most compelling and intriguing story that is hard to put down once you start reading. Well defined characters that you like or hate, erotic and thrilling. A must read for all fantasy lovers.

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