Book Review: ‘Bred’ by Darryl Branning

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Demel was bred for power, born into slavery, and lives in the city of sorcery. His talent for remaining unnoticed allows him to grow into, and master, his power. But when he frees himself from a powerful control curse, he releases a storm of events which threatens all of Lyn. Demel, and his sometimes reluctant allies, are the only ones who can stop a thousand years of violence and oppression.
Book Description
Darryl Branning has created an amazing world in ‘Bred’ – a character driven fantasy, it has all the elements – there’s politics, and war caused by those. Demel is a fascinating character, a half breed demon, he has a heart of gold and the wits to make things right. We follow his journey from childhood into adulthood as he learns the strength of his own power, discovers others and ultimately saves the world.
There’s not a second of boredom while reading ‘Bred’ – every chapter leaves you wanting more, needing to know what’s going to happen. The characters are amazing, deep and really well crafted – every one has their own demons, and watching Demel battle his own along with others is great.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. It was a fast paced fantasy, which is my favourite kind. Absolutely fascinating read!
I give ‘Bred’ by Darryl Branning a 5/5 – I recommend you read this book now!
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"Tortured Little Artist", Blogger, Poet & Other Fashionable Things 'Timony Souler has been writing since she could string a coherent sentence together. It started out as an escape from reality, soon became a hobby and now takes up most of her brain activity. Her current works are "The Bronze Feather" which came to light after a desperate decision to take part in NaNoWriMo, and various pieces of 'poetry' and 'creative non fiction' - most of which are probably not so interesting, tbh. You can find her poetry, minifiction and other randomness on her blog: 'Toxic Musings' She also like drawing and pretending she can take photographs with artistic qualities. When she isn't writing you can find her annoying the Boyf, exploring Vienna and taking selfies, drinking various teas, collecting hats and admiring shiny things.

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