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When Alari is exiled from his home city state for a crime he did not commit only six stand by his side convinced of his innocence and steadfast in their loyalty The seven dwarfs must set out from Ishtara to look for a new place to call home but in doing so they make a discovery that puts them all in danger They are rescued and taken in by a mysterious and beautiful outsider who lives alone in the depths of Loraheem Forest What follows is Alari’s struggle to come to terms with his exile as those around him seek to make a place for themselves in this new life Soon however it becomes clear their situation is complex than they initially realized and they begin to wonder if there is behind Alari’s exile than simply being in the wrong place at the wrong timeTold in a uniue storyteller voice this reversal and reimagining of the classic fairy tale explores the themes of shattering betrayal the subseuent struggle to trust again and the basic desire to take control of one’s own destinyAvailable in print and on Kindle iBooks Nook and Kobo

10 thoughts on “The Exiled Seven

  1. says:

    I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest unbiased reviewCover Very NiceRating 5 StarsOverall Beautifully writtenCharacters Well WrittenPlot When Alari gets himself exiled he and his small group of friends set out for find a place to livePage Turner YesSeries Cont? YesRecommend YesFavorite Character Alari Short ReviewI found out about this book while hosting a blog tour and was super excited about it So when I got the chance to read it I couldn't wait to start While I'll admit I caught myself many times comparing the dwarves in this story to those in the Hobbit the plot is very different and in truth that's just how dwarves act XD The story was beautifully written and easy to follow yet exciting and uniue enough that I didn't want to put it down A great read for fantasy readers and one you don't want to miss Full Review on blog Adventures Thru WonderlandhttpadventuresthruwonderlandblogsSource Inglenook Publishing House

  2. says:

    The Exiled Seven by Blake Renworth is a uniue tale told in a narrator form It's like watching a movie come to life This novel has a fascinating twist A dwarf exiled along with his loyal companions will soon find themselves taking on one very unexpected adventure of a lifetime The herois one that none would have expected but will come to know The Exiled Seven is this hero's story Readers like myself are taken deep into the plot and held in suspense as we are led into the unknown Blake Renworth's writing is brilliant I felt like I was transported directly into his novel from my chair The characters are an interesting bunch of dwarfs each with their own set of skills that make them easily likable The connection with Alari the hero is deeply satisfying He's not what one deems as the norm for a hero and yet something about him drew me into his story For fans of The Hobbit The Lord of the Rings and fairy talesthen this is indeed highly recommend for reading The Exiled Seven is vivid and highly entertaining Travel adventure and action come in full loads within this read The tale is opposite that of the original Snow White story However there are many other variables that gives The Exiled Seven a fresh outlook as well as a new world for readers to get lost withinAlari was wrongly accused for a crime he didn't commit and was then banished from his city His group of six other dwarfs believed in him that he was innocent Readers can figure out right away the differences of this tale and the one called Snow White The dwarfs have no choice but to leave their home that they once called their city and enter into dangerous ones that are occupied by creatures that would bring fear to allfrustration despair and conflict sets upon the group of dwarfs as they realize danger isn't just in getting into a safer territory but from the city and their city's enemies Time is a major factor in staying aliveand only that will tell if the group survivesBlake Renworth's The Exiled Seven is the perfect blend of fantasy and folklore as well as fairy tale I can definitely see this novel being played on big screens everywhere Overall I highly recommend this masterfully woven piece to readers worldwide

  3. says:

    I absolutely loved this book I could tell just by looking at it and reading the bulb on the back that I was going to enjoy it But honestly I don't think I knew just how much I would love itI was so drawn into the story so wrapped up in each character I never wanted to put it down Unfortunately I do have a jobI couldn't read this as much as I wanted to It really is crazy to me that it took me over a week to finish this bookAnother thing that totally surprises me is just how much I like this book when so many uestions were left unanswered Usually I would be so frustrated with the ending that I would give the book a lower rating Weirdly I still loved The Exiled Seven It just made me want to read the next book even I loved the cover I loved the originality I loved the surprises I loved the characters The Exiled Seven is a book unlike any other I've ever read So refreshing and such a joy I can't wait to read the next when it comes outNote I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

  4. says:

    A friend of mine was actually a beta reader for this book and he signed me up with the publisher to get a free pre release copy which I received two weeks ago He wasn't allowed to tell me anything about the book but he wink wink told me it was right up my alley and he was totally right I like books that really bring lots of things to the table rather than books that focus on one thing like romance world building action suspense This book definitely did that Everything was just so well woven together and I read it so fast I already feel like I need to re read it because I feel like I missed a lot devouring it so uicklySome people might not love the writing style as the book's description says it is uniue but honestly even if you don't the story and characters are totally awesome enough that you might not mind the writing style I personally liked it though

  5. says:

    As posted on my blogWhen Alari is exiled from Ishtara for a crime he did not commit only six stand by his side Now the seven dwarfs must find a place to call home However homelessness is the least of their problems as they must trek through dangerous territory and soon encounter terrible enemies Alari's emotional turmoil only adds to the difficulty of their journey as he comes to terms with his exile and the constant fear that his companions might soon regret their decision to stand by his sideThings turn for the better when a mysterious stranger saves their lives However soon after ideas start to clash and the dwarves' resolve begin to waverWriting world building characters style etcFirst of all I would like to thank Inglenook Publishing for reaching out and offering me a free copy in exchange for an honest review Once I realized this was a Snow White re telling focused on the seven dwarfs I JUMPEDONTHAT I really enjoyed the style of this book A lot of detail was provided without it being overwhelming or confusing The characters were likeable and the dynamics between the characters and their friendship was very enjoyable to read Perhaps my favorite aspect of this book were the themes of friendship loyalty and trust Also there was no romance There were perhaps the signs of a budding romance but nothing than thatAnd let's not forget that this book was action packedDid I learn anything? Did it make me think? This book made me think about betrayal What it can do to a person and how it changes them It also made me think about loyalty and the responsibility that comes with it You may not have asked for someone's loyalty but the fact they're by your side not only deserves your gratitude it also means you are now responsible for their well being That's something interesting to think aboutOverall feelings Despite all the good things I've mentioned there were something things that really affected my rating I found the first few pages of the book to be a little repetitive I think the author was trying to emphasize Alari's status as the alpha dwarf but I found this to be unnecessary as we had already been told that Alari was the commander of the dwarf army Not to mention that the other dwarves had already proven their loyalty to him by standing by him even though it meant they too would be exiled from IshtaraAnother thing that made the book a bit less enjoyable was the lack of events that advanced what I think is the overall plot A lot of things happened A lot of exciting and fun to read things happened but I somethings found myself hoping we could just move a long and reach a conclusionAnd finally I was not emotionally attached to any of the characters As likeable as they were they were all just too perfect Perfect soldiers perfect archers too wise too understanding too mysterious I felt a bit indifferent towards the characters and toward the book over allThis is by no means a bad book but I wish it would have had a bigger impact on me I honestly think that book two will be amazing as some of the mysteries start to unfold and we get answers but at this point in time I don't fell too inclined to continue the series

  6. says:

    A few weeks ago I was asked if I wanted a free advanced copy of a book in exchange for doing an honest review I'd never done anything like that before but I said sure why not and I am SO GLAD I did This book was awesome It had suspense almost every chapter ended on a cliffhanger interesting characters twists and turns in the plot and even a little romanceThe genre is traditional fantasy but the author managed to avoid most of the tropes that usually come with this kind of book There are dwarfs yes but these aren't Tolkien style dwarves And unlike most old school fantasy books I've read there aren't pages upon pages of description The author only gives you what you need to know and focuses mostly on story and characters which I always appreciateThe writing style is very uniue The narrator talks directly to the reader occasionally at the beginning of about every other chapter to interject his thoughts on the story I wasn't sure I'd like that but it actually really worked and definitely added an extra punch to the writingThere were many times where I wanted to shake the main character but that was part of the fun of the bookwatching him grow into a better person The side characters are less frustrating but definitely not less interesting Most books I could take or leave the side characters but in this book I felt like almost all of them were integral to the storyThe only somewhat negative thing I can say is that the book says it's a reimagining of the Snow White fairy tale and I can see that because it's about seven dwarfs and a girl but that's pretty much where the similarities end It really wasn't a negative in the sense that I liked the story less but it was different than what I was expecting Overall though I can't wait for the next one

  7. says:

    The Exiled Seven was one of those books I went into not exactly sure what I was getting probably because I always forget to reread summaries and other info before I begin reading For some reason I thought it was middle grade fiction maybe I got that impression from the cover or I was thinking of another book but it’s young adultadult based on reading level and content I thinkThe story started out a bit too slowly for my taste There was a little info dumping than I’d prefer Perhaps I would have started the book a bit earlier to save some of the explanation but that’s the author’s decision of course There were certain things about the plot that didn’t make sense to me tooLet’s move on to positivity now because as you can see this is a solid four star book and so I must have good to say about it

  8. says:

    This is described as a reimagining of the classic fairy tale but after reading it I don't see anything other then the 7 dwarfs being   close to the fairy tale  That being said it is a great fantasy tale the premise was intriguing with clever world building and characters  This is definitely a solid story and I’m really looking forward to the second one  This review was originally posted on Books In Brogan

  9. says:

    35 reached out to me to review this book I gave the synopsis a read and decided it was probably something I would enjoy It's a fantasy novel which took some getting used to as I hadn't read the genre in a while The writing style also took some getting used to I can't remember that last time I read a book that was narrative It was interesting and I uite enjoyed itThe Characters Obviously by the title there is 7 dwarfs Alari being the main one He got on my nerves He seemed uite whiny and always thinking about himself I didn't see the logic in his decisions or actions I also feel like he treated people poorly in the beginning portion The other 6 are kind of background characters You learn a little about who each of them is but it's hard to keep track of all of them Tianna was an interesting character She was really mysterious and I really want to find out what she is The different beings like ettins and finfiends were a neat aspect as well The description of them really got me to picture them The World Building This was great Everything was descriptive and nothing felt info dumpy I didn't get confused with all the information It was very natural how it was all relayed The Plot It was your standard fantasy adventure plot Something causes them to leave behind their town and they go on a journey for a new home while battling many obstacles along the wayThe Cover Very artistic however it's not something that I would gravitate towards It's very dark although the font is very fairytale esueI would definitely recommend this to someone who loves fantasy novels and enjoys a little fairytale aspect to itThanks Inglenook for sending me this book in exchange for an honest review

  10. says:

    What a cool story To say it's a twist on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs isn't nearly enough to convey how creative this story really is I was offered a free advance copy for an honest review and I'm glad I took it The book was fun to read well written and unlike so many other books in this genre didn't leave little details unaccounted for Whenever there was a really cool tidbit about something new I thought to myself I sure hope the author comes back to this And I was very happy to find that he did The author wove all the little details into the story in a very cohesive way so as not to leave you hangingThe characters well almost all of them are very well developed and you immediately connect with them and their plight There are just one or two that are still a bit of a mystery but I'm guessing they'll be developed in the next bookMy girlfriend also read the book sometimes over my shoulder and she teared up twice which I'm guessing is a good thing She was also uite impressed with the story line and the read ease as she calls it So many books in this genre are difficult to read because of the writing style but not this one I think young people and adults will enjoy it without uestionThis is not a spoiler but the who gets the girl side of the story sneaks up on you so be on the lookout for clues along the way By the end of the book my brain was working overtime trying to remember every little hint My girlfriend and I disagree so I'm going to have to go back and read it again She can't wait to find out in the next book hopefully