Priestess of Ishana is one of those novels that features a small incident and turns it into a rollicking three-four hundred page of adventure, misery, betrayal, and politics. In a basic nutshell, a shepherd and his son flee from a cave rumored to carry the curse of the underworld, and King Hattu is arrested by Grand Votary Pintep on the suspicion that he caused the curse to happen.
During this book, I felt thoroughly immersed with the main character, Tesha. She is bright, young and intelligent. Not too mention very beautiful. I found her character development strong and steady during her novel. I did feel since she was young, she makes many rash decisions that make the consequences of her choices impactful. This is rarely done since she possesses the power of Ishana, the Goddess, she is made to face the consequences…
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