THE HEIR OF WOODMYST Reviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite
The Heir Of Woodmyst is the third book in the fantasy series The Woodmyst Chronicles. Robert E Kreig continues to tell the story of Tomas, his friends and his foes. Tomas and his supporters follow a ship of attackers that have kidnapped women and their daughters after violently slaughtering the men, old and young. One of the girls had managed to escape before they were all put on the ship. Tomas can't just sit by and do nothing while the captives are shipped to who knows what kind of destiny. Along the way, they encounter dangerous beasts, dangerous people, and more than just one witch.
The Heir Of Woodmyst by Robert E Kreig was a very nice read with characters who were well developed during the previous books and have now turned into very well rounded characters. I enjoyed how the books developed from book 1 to book 3 and there is still more to come! You not only get to see Tomas' point of view, but also see what happens to one of the kidnapped girls. Plus you get to follow the path of one of the witches who will play an important role in future books, too. What I enjoyed most about this book, and the other two in the series, is the author's ability to describe the unseen. You kind of feel nervous, too, because you can't be sure what's lurking in the shadows. I found myself thinking: "What is it now? What is it now?" There is a certain type of suspense going on in parts, and it's rather well done.