Element Weilders - The Void Trilogy: Review

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“His mother’s screams remained etched in his mind. He promised himself that night he would never again stand by as people he cared for suffered, and he would one day kill Volcseck. He intended to keep those promises.”

Falcon Hyatt is out of the ordinary and extraordinary, for some inexplicable reason he has the ability to wield not only the basic elements but also the advanced ones. He soon discovers that he wields chaos, the very element responsible for all his suffering. Will he embrace the chaos or will he shun the power granted to him by an unknown divine force ?

Set out on his journey for revenge Falcon discovers that he is anyting but ordinary, having gotten a revelation that he actually has a chance to fulfill his oath, Falcon wastes no time and steps onto his path of vengeance.

All 3 books have a linear change in the plost, and the changes are never too absupt. Each of the characters are unique in their own nature, and the author spices up the story by adding in a few internal confilcts. Mind you by internal conflicts, I don't mean literal outbreaks.

The first book has an excellent transition from a peaceful setting to a scene where the author is despised by everyone to a greater extent. This volume also includes a timespan in whcih the protagonist ages by several years- in which he acquires various skills and experiences the world to a great extent; modern elements such as academies are also included in this series, which gives it a semi-modern feel.

If you're wondering if you should read this tirlogy- the answer is yes. If I were to rate this book, it would get a solid 4 out of 5.