By Grace Adams
Thrice the Greatest: The Seasons of a Servant is a mystical fantasy/scifi book. In this captivating fantasy saga, two ancient worlds intertwine in a divine manner, forcing future generations to ask introspective questions about mankind. I don’t know about you, but I have enjoyed this kind of genre. But I like the fresh new perspective of this book. It’s got the same basic characters, but they are much more fleshed out and there are many more, several of whom are very important characters. I really enjoyed the story in this book. It is really allegorical, and I thought it was a very imaginative and interesting way to look at the original story. It is a long book, which gives it a lot of time to be developed and the characters and story fleshed out.
The book is very well-written. I love books that do a good job with changing perspectives each chapter, and this is one of those books. I feel like I can connect to the characters and the advantage of seeing the story from different characters is that you have a more holistic view. This book absolutely made an impression on me. That being said, I think it was a really interesting read and one that everyone should read for sure.