Azrel has big shoes to fill. Her father was once the legendary White Warrior, both famed and shamed in one lifetime because of choices he made.
Hidden from the world that only recalls his disgrace, Azrel fears for her safety. But when her only friend as a child stumbles back into her life, she's forced into the fray of keeping the Shadow Gods from coming to power again.
Azrel's white fire magic is the only thing that can stop them, but her magic is not completely under her control.
Can the problem be resolved before the Shadows emerge and destroy the world?
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Black hole of codependency
Not the worst book that I have ever read but possibly the most annoying. The lead character (Azrel) is a nightmare of neediness.
Instead of being a strong character, she is nothing more than an overly petulant child, who continually surrenders to the slightest opposition, with the supporting characters constantly trying to appease her (a weak and pathetic heroine for millennials to identify with).
The reader finds themselves drawn more to the supporting characters who are far better developed and intriguing.
“Black Hole of Emo” is a far better identifier for [Azrel] than the heroine and warrior she is alleged to be.