good, but not one for me.

Asmodeus: The Legend of Margret and the Dragon - Brooks Hansen
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. *apologises for short review, I sometimes find the three star reviews the hardest to write* A gift is stolen from Modo, and he wants it back. It means rising from his centuries slumber, and joining a fight he has no knowledge of. Different, for me, is usually good. Not so much here. It is high fantasy, and not usually my thing. I also got a little lost in places, several characters have more than one name, similar names, and I struggled to keep up. Now, this could just be me, being full of a nasty cold and having my concentration shot. Still, needed to mention it. I was a little confused by the ending, too. It is, however, very well written, and I did not spot any spelling or editing. Some people will love this, I have no doubt, it just didn't work for me. The title says, The Legend of Margret and the Dragon. But I'm not sure where to legend bit comes into play. It's more telling the STORY of Margret and the Dragon, rather than telling of a legend, if that makes sense?? Struggling to word what I need to say, and you know how I hate that. A good, solid 3 star read, just not one for me. **same worded review will appear elsewhere**