Sunday, July 31, 2011

Review: Silent Hero by Christine E. Schuzle

The legend continues in a whirlwind of adventure, mystery, and romance in this fan novel from Christine E. Schulze: 

The Triforce, that golden entity set in place by the three goddesses to protect all Hyrule, has been broken—into nine shards instead of three this time. 

Darkness creeps along the fringes of not only Hyrule, but also of Termina and Twilight. These three realms, intimately linked, can only be rescued by... 

A young boy who cannot speak but whose courage will emanate louder than any evil 
he faces. 

A princess as timeless as the shadowy realm from which she returns. 

These two Heroes against three great enemies: Ganondorf, Majora, and the young, ambitious Zaruman, who connects both guardians and enemies of the three realms in ways which the heir of Link could never imagine... 

In a race against time and in a mission which breaks the boundaries of time, Hero 
and Princess must combine courage and wisdom to collect the notes of a powerful 
requiem and use their knowledge of the ancient legends to press forward and resurrect a mighty weapon from Hyrule’s past. Aided by a strange voice, Great Fairies, and their own intuition, will they succeed like the Hero who came before them? 

Can darkness and light converge without creating shadow?

Christine E. Schuzle is such a fantastic writer! I've never played "The Legend of Zelda" before, but this book was very interesting and I loved the storyline of it. 

This might be considered fan-fiction, but it was written so gorgeously that I wouldn't consider it fan-fiction. Maybe it could be just a mini-spinoff to the video game. 

I highly recommend you reading some of Christine's work. I've done a review of another book by Christine titled Golden Healer, Dark Enchantress and you can check out my review of the book by scrolling down to my archive!

Silent Hero:
Published: April 3, 2011
Format: SIGNED US Paperback
Publisher: CreateSpace
Average Rating: 3.85 stars
Page Count: 130 pages

Rating: 5/5 stars

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