Blog Tour: Voice of War by Zack Argyle

Hi everyone, hope you are all keeping well this week. I’m back from a bit of a hiatus and I’m very excited to be taking part in the Voice of War book tour!

Zack Argyle was raised with a wonderful family motto: don’t let the truth get in the way of a good story. What better way than to write fiction? He spends his days writing code and his nights writing epic stories about family, love, loss, friendship, and pain all intermixed with a heavy dose of the fantastical.

Where you can find Zach Argyle:

While preparing for the birth of his first child, Chrys Valerian is tasked with uncovering the group responsible for a series of missing threadweavers—those able to see and manipulate threadlight. With each failure, the dark voice in his head that began during the war grows louder, begging to be released.

Laurel lives in Zedalum, a secret city in the center of the Fairenwild. During her most recent messenger run, Laurel veered off course to explore the streets of Alchea. She never expected that her journey would end in chains.

When Chrys learns who is responsible for the missing threadweavers, they come for him and his family. He must do everything in his power to protect those he loves, even if it means trusting a strange girl or the dark voice in his mind.

Where to find Voice Of War:

When I started this book I was almost instantly hooked. The world building throughout was brilliant and it was so easy to imagine every single detail, it was easy to imagine myself wandering through the world right along with the characters. The story flowed along really well, there was an odd snag but 99% of the time the story just flowed. I think that’s down to Argyle’s writing style which I really enjoyed.

The majority of the characters felt very authentic and they all had their own unique voices. I connected with them on different levels and I could relate to their worries. One or two felt a bit one dimensional to me but nothing that would distract from the story.

It’s been a while since I’ve read a fantasy fiction and I’m really glad that this was the one I read, I thoroughly enjoyed it and I can definitely see myself coming back to it in the future. I also can’t wait to read the next installment!

Many thanks to Storytellers on Tour for the oppurtunity to take part in this blog tour for this great book!

Make sure to check out the blogger and bookstagrammers posts as part of this tour!

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