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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Young Adult Fantasy Feature: The Lost King by Frazier Alexander #blogtour #bookreview #giveaway #yafantasy #youngadult #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours @SydeFyr


YA High Fantasy

Date Published: November 10, 2020

Publisher: FyreSyde Publishing

King Athan vanishes at sea. His children, prince Thalos and princess Thara, drift apart with age, their kingdom falling into ruin. Thalos stubbornly clings to the past; Thara, resentful of her father, looks to the future. In the wake of this decline, a beautiful enchantress usurps the throne from the estranged siblings. She exiles Thalos to the edge of the world and slowly enslaves Thara’s mind.

In his exile, Thalos finds another castaway—an old comrade of his father. Together they begin a voyage in search of the lost king. Thara, meanwhile, resists the new queen’s coercive spells and finds a resistance of creatures still loyal to her father.

With a vast world of enchanted islands and beings between them, Thalos and Thara struggle to restore their family and rekindle the hope of the true king’s return.

There is a LOT to learn about the world Frazier Alexander is taking us into and the characters. The author does a great job of explaining along the way while keeping the story moving. 

There is an immense level of detail the author puts into his setting and characters and I think that helps the reader imagine the characters and world vividly.

There are some darker aspects of the novel, but ultimately it's a high fantasy with a vivid world. The author manages to along the way keep adding extra layers to the writing to keep upping the story. 

 About the Author

Frazier Alexander lives in Denton, Texas with his wife Nicole.

He began writing around the age of nine, inspired by movies such as The Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and “sword-and-sandal” epics like Jason and the Argonauts. As a reader, his interests gravitate towards older works and the classics, such as Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey, Virgil’s Aeneid, Beowulf, and Le Morte D’Arthur. Along with creating his own mythological backdrop for his stories, Frazier is an amateur calligrapher, map-maker, and artist.


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