Got this review from SFF World from Helen Kerslake one of their senior reviewers and thought I would post it, hopefully this is appropriate for this forum and if it isnt please delete it SFF World Review A King’s Quest’ tells the story of one man’s journey as he discovers that he is the rightful heir to the 14 Kingdoms of Kallamar and must accept his responsibility in restoring peace to the land. Damien Daverge, son of the former King who was murdered 20 years ago, departs on a quest to locate the Dragon Rings and prove his true identity. The 14 Kingdoms are presently on the verge of civil war as the land is divided between those who follow the ruling Regent and those who oppose his unjust laws. In a race against time Damien draws on the skills and power he has been instructed in as a battlemage. He must claim his throne before the Regent’s son comes of age and returns the exiled Elvynn Masters to the world, dooming humankind to eternal slavery. This book immediately grabbed my attention as the author wasted no time in placing the main hero into a sticky situation packed with vividly described action. A number of intriguing characters are quickly introduced and I felt as if I was physically there, watching the interaction between the group members Apart from a slight tendency to ‘over-write’, A.V.Wedhorn has created some amazing images with his original descriptions and I soon become caught up in this fantasy world. I think that the author’s strength lies in the faster-paced action sequences, particularly towards the end of the book when the wheel of story-telling never loses momentum. Overall I enjoyed reading this story with its politics, scheming and interesting fight scenes. It provides the reader with an entertaining tale and a perfect amount of complexity so that you eagerly turn the page in order to learn more. I strongly recommend ‘A King’s Quest'