Furyborn is the first part of a fantasy trilogy and it has got a gripping story: one of the protagonists in the book is called Rielle Dardenne – she is the archetypical woman in love who lays bare that she is either one of two types of prophetic queens when the man she is in love with gets trapped by killers. In order, to determine which type of queen Dardenne is, she must go through multiple trials but they are not ordinary ones – they are of a necromantic sort. In my view, the romantic side of Dardenne’s story is unique: the man she is in love with is called Audric and he is her best friend. Also, the trials which Dardenne has to go through are dangerous and yet, she must go through them, which really makes you feel sympathetic towards the character.
Meanwhile, the second protagonist in the book is called Eliana Ferracora. Ferracora is an infamous huntswoman who goes after offenders in exchange for a reward; her story takes place a thousand years afterwards and interestingly, Ferracora regards Dardenne’s tale as a fantasy one. Ferracora works for a vile organization but her character does not appear to be as vile as the organization she works for. Ferracora’s story suddenly changes course when her mother disappears – to get her back, Ferracora pairs with rebels. The two stories eventually collide but without a doubt it is Dardenne’s tale which really pulls you towards the book because even though it is too mythical, the story feels relatable because of the way that danger and love is present in it.