In short, yes. The book itself seems to be a bit of a rag-bag of various medieval fantasy tropes plus a soupçon of dystopia, alternative worlds and a self-insert hero with overt super powers (to whit, the ability to determine how an enemy will attack before they do so).
“I can read what you’re going to do,” said Cale. “The instant you
start to move. It’s just a fraction faster than before my injury, but
it’s always enough. No one can read what I’m going to do, no matter
how quick or experienced they are.”
Note also that the book is marketed as "Fantasy and Supernatural" by the publisher.