Book Review – Ranger’s Oath by Black Arthur Peel




Published June 1, 2018
Kindle Edition 239 Pages
Genre(s): Young Adult, Fantasy, Supernatural


Owyn is a ranger’s apprentice. Zara is a mage’s ward. Both hold the fate of the world in their hands.

The Arc of Radiance has stood for a thousand years, protecting what’s left of the world from an ancient evil. But when demons begin to break through the magical barrier, Owyn and Zara become involved in a war that has lasted millennia.

If they can convince their people that the threat is real, then perhaps they can survive. If not, then the Eleven Hells will be unleashed upon the world of men…





Amazingly Captivating and Satisfyingly Entertaining


Ranger’s Oath by Blake Arthur Peel is an exciting new fantasy series with a unique and engaging storyline that takes you on a thrilling journey as you explore a world filled with magic, mystery, and danger. It’s amazingly captivating and satisfyingly entertaining with an ending that will have you anxiously anticipating the next installment.

The concept of this book was really fascinating. Even if a few parts were a little slow, the writing was vivid, incredibly illustrative and enjoyably easy to read that I had a difficult time putting the book down. I thought the world building was wonderfully enthralling and I can’t wait to read more about mages, rangers and demons. The plot was fast-paced, fun, and delightfully engaging. With thrilling action scenes, heart-pounding situations, and jaw dropping twists, I found myself completely immersed in the story. The characters were also all well-developed, intriguing, and relatable. They had their own quirks and charming personalities that made it easy for me to like them. The ending scenes were absolutely epic and had me glued to the pages. This novel was just so much fun to read and I truly enjoyed going on this amazing adventure with Owyn and Zara.

Speaking of Owyn and Zara. I thought they were solid characters and such great heroes. They’re both strong-willed, smart, dedicated, and determined to do whatever it takes to protect their world. As they worked together and broke the rules to investigate and discover the true nature of the dangers threatening their people, I couldn’t help but admire and root for them. Even when the odds were against them, they still fought to do what was best. I also thought they had amazing chemistry and I absolutely enjoyed their playful bantering. There’s a hint of romance there, but it was very very subtle. If romance isn’t your thing, don’t worry about it… there’s plenty of action, suspense, and excitement. Personally though, I cannot wait to find out if their friendship will grow into a romantic relationship. I sure hope it does, but even if it doesn’t, I’ll definitely continue on with the series.

Overall, Ranger’s Oath is a wonderful new fantasy adventure that will leave you wanting more. It’s thrilling, mysterious, suspenseful and so fascinating. I honestly cannot wait to see what happens next.

I recevied an advanced reader copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


blakearthurpeel.jpgBlake is a science fiction/fantasy writer from a small town in southern California. He grew up reading fantasy novels, surfing, and playing copious amounts of video games. When he was 19 years old, he served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Taichung, Taiwan, where he learned Mandarin Chinese and developed a great love for Chinese food (second only to his love for Mexican food).

He attended Brigham Young University, where he met his wife and earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing. Now, they live in Tennessee with their chubby baby boy.



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As always thanks for stopping by. Hope you enjoyed reading my review!


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