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The Birth of Death (Evorath) (Volume 1) Paperback – August 12, 2016
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"Evorath is indeed an engaging world filled with lore, magic, and races that continued to fascinate me throughout the novel's journey. The author has done a superb job of taking a familiar genre and injecting some original thinking to reboot it and make it magical to read once again." - Readers' Favorite
"Evorath is indeed an engaging world filled with lore, magic, and races that continued to fascinate me throughout the novel's journey. The author has done a superb job of taking a familiar genre and injecting some original thinking to reboot it and make it magical to read once again... Overall, The Birth of Death is definitely recommended to fans of LOTR and Game of Thrones." - Readers' Favorite Review "This was hands down, one of the best kindle books I've read so far." - Excited Amazon reader "Once you enter the kingdom of Erathal you won't want to leave." - Another excited reader
From the Author
- It was such a joy to finally get this world out that has been in me for so long. The Birth of Death is the first of many epics to take place in the world of fantasy & magic called Evorath. I feel that each character holds a bit of myself, but what I really wanted to accomplish with these stories was to send the message that you matter. Yes, "you" in this case is you, whoever is reading this.
- Individuals are so often made to feel like they need to adhere to some strict image of how to live their lives and want to conform to fit in. They look at unrealistic "perfect" role models and always wonder why they fall short. The heroes in Evorath are just normal people who happen to face an extraordinary situation. Sure, some might be more intellectually or physically gifted, but with each gift comes a flaw, which I hope to reveal more as the series grows.
- I have read all variety of books on mythical creatures, elves fantasy series, and some of the best classics, and while they give you a nice escape, I wanted this to offer something more. If you take nothing else from reading, I hope you can learn to celebrate diversity, whatever form it might take in your life. Appreciate those who are different than you are and learn to work with your strengths. In Evorath, a fantastic world filled with magic, that is the only way that good will ultimately win out over evil.
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Top Customer Reviews
Overall, the Legacy of Evorath is a great fantasy book that is well worth the read. The book is beautifully written and it addresses deep social issues that often go unnoticed in the genre today. The author skillfully writes from various character’s point of view, effectively aiding in character development and allowing for readers to see how much perspective matters. I look forward to more great stories from this up-and-coming fantasy author!
The author has introduced a cast of complex characters: Artimus and Savannah who are torn between duty and loyalty to a government that they view as ineffective and corrupt. The centaur Irontail, as he deals with what it takes to become a leader. The big bad hajje himself: the definition of evil. I also enjoyed the use of articles/outside material throughout the novel. I hope the author decides to incorporate more of this in subsequent books.
My only complaint is that I did not get to see more world building and that I have to wait for book 2 to find out more. Give this one a read! It is fast paced and easy to knock out over the course of a weekend.