It’s a relatively simple epic fantasy.
The world built is not really very compelling. The characters are fairly well done, but the interactions often seem preprogrammed outside the story (or something like that). It’s just not convincing. I was always outside as a spectator. Bad? No. Great? No. It was an acceptable read and clearly Christian in back of it all.
The spiritual reality in the book?
Quite confusing in hindsight. As I was reading it all made sense (with several discernment warnings of inaccuracies), but I was not edified—I was left with a feeling of lack.
It had portions which were nearly full gospel and many portions which seemed Old Testament. I’m sure many will love it. It leaves enough room open so that the heathen will not be too offended.