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Eyes of the Sun (Kilenya Series, 5) Paperback – October 11, 2013
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Andrea Pearson, author of the Kilenya Series, Kilenya Romances, and Katon University series, lives with her husband and daughter in a small valley framed with hills. She is the Executive Director of the LDS Indie Author group and owner and co-creator of the writing application, Writer’s Progress Bar. She is an editor for the website Gather.com. Andrea spends as much time with her husband and daughter as possible. Favorite activities include painting, watching movies, collecting and listening to music, and discussing books and authors. Her mother says they can't possibly be related because Andrea doesn't really like chocolate and tomatoes, though she’ll eat either if forced to do it. (But not together.) She would much rather eat toasted English muffins with lots of butter or nearly anything with cheese
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As in prior books, Andrea Pearson continues to develop Jacob, her main character. Here he learns more about his family, the identity of the Lorkon and what he's told is the last of his magical abilities. He's in a race to be ready in time before having to face Keitus and the other Lorkon. Adventure abounds as the story plot thickens - and enjoyment is pretty much guaranteed. A fun read.
He saves a couple of humans, the most difficult one being Mylar and who turns out to be pivotal in the defense of the Taga village and again later by a suicidal intervention to fend of the Lorkons again at Taga Village. The regret of Jacob in the loss of Mylar speaks volumes for his understanding and sympathy for those fighting alongside them against the Lorkons.
Each book in this series is simply packed with so many things happening and some of which is slowly but surely falling in place for the beleaguered of Eklaron. These books one after the other are relentless in nail biting action and keeps the reader's attention engaged page after page.
I think this is one author that needs to be cloned to ensure more such books coming all the time.
I received the first couple of books in exchange for an honest review, but I have since purchased the rest of them so I could finish reading the series. I am now on the last book The Golden Symbol and am so glad that I started reading this series.
I read this book in the box set series of books four through six.
Jacob learns to use yet another of his magical abilities – the final one, according to his instructor. He also discovers yet more information about older family members. And the identity of the remaining Lorkon are finally determined.
It may have been book 5 of the series, but I still had a difficult time putting it down in order to return to work, do household chores, etc.