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If you haven't taken the opportunity to read the first books in this series, please do so now. There is so much you'll miss if you don't. This remarkable series builds dynamically through each book, reaching the explosive climax in Echoes of Light.
As the leadership of the Empire slips from bloody hands to bloody hands, Aelar is under siege by Atalia and her Gaelian husband and his forces. Seneca and his Nurian bride are heading for the Aelarian port. The deaths of Marcus Octavius and his barbaric daughter Porcia have left the capitol in the greedy hands of Tirus Valerius who declared himself Emperor after Porcia. Claudia Valerius continues the assault on Beth Eloh, swearing to reduce the Zoharian capitol and inhabitants to blood and ashes. Ofeer survives in Aelar with her incestuously conceived son, Ariel. Epheriah Sela is now King of Zohar, leading the army Zohar's Blade with the enigmatic Olive. Koren is rescued from slavery by Valentina Octavius, the albino 'sister' of Seneca. Maya has learned to use the Lumen emitted from the lands around Beth Eloh. She uses the lumenosity to heal and strengthen the Zoharian forces.
This last entry in the Zoharian saga brings the tale around to a climax. The action and intrigue are nonstop, the battles are intense, and the plot twists bring unexpected consequences to the players in this drama.
Master storyteller Daniel Arensen's fictitious account of life and death in Judea two millennia past is intense and exciting as we've come to expect. The characters are lively and vibrant, bringing love and hatred, admiration and scorn, to the outstanding tales from time long past. I most heartily recommend this series to lovers of historical fiction/fantasy. Mystery and action fans will also find plenty to excite them. Try it, you'll like it! Mikey did!
I am not a big fan of rrading books about war and to be honest, during repetitive sequences I did skim over some of the final book. But other than being somewhat repetitive, I did enjoy this book tremendously. I had gotten behind in some of my reading, so i read the last 3 books concurrently without a break which is probably why the repetitiveness was an issue. If i had a break in between the books I probably would have enjoed the frequent reminders.
what an incredibly poetic and powerful way to give voice to the scenes of Rome and it's destruction of the lands it conquered; most especially Israel. thank you. this is amazing
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