The Guardians of Man: Black Feathers Fell in the Foothills of Mt. Empyreal Kindle Edition
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This is a really fabulous novel... it starts in the middle of nowhere, a snow falling that isn't normal, and everyone trapped in their houses. It goes from there to keep you on the edge of your seat reading as fast as you can... it's terrifying, suspenseful and a real page turner.
It is part apocalyptic, part paranormal, part suspense and just completely awesome. The characters are developed very well, and you find yourself gripping your mouse in tension as the story keeps you guessing as to what is going to happen next.
This is a really fun book and I would recommend it to lovers of apocalyptic books, paranormal, suspense, or horror... or if you just need a really good book to read :)
The Guardians of Man is a hell of a ride, and it’s hard to believe that from the same concept that these two very different stories emerged. There like twins … identical, only at first glance.
The opening scene sets up the atmosphere of doom in a way that’s absolutely chilling and then Titus slows the pace down so that you can’t help to fall in love with Khrystle, Jessica, The Commander, and even if you don’t admit it out loud even Rythy.
If you’re looking for a really good read with well developed, diverse characters…with family ties spanning the entire globe, multiple belief systems, humans as well as supernatural and ‘higher beings’ worlds that are both bleak yet beautiful this cross over novel offers all that and more.
They say all is fair in love and war, and being a paranormal romance writer, it appears that these are the words that Titus lives, (or writes) by, as every single knife wound of betrayal seems to be actually felt and some scenes are so shockingly painful that I had to take a break and take a breather. Out of all the horrendous monsters on display in both these books the greatest fiend of all is the one who makes repeat appearances in this version of the tale and that monster is The Lie.
As soon as you think everything is going to be ok you get to the ending. And let me tell ya, it’s a hellofa ending that you won’t see coming.
From start to finish this was amazing and I can’t wait to read it again!
Notes from the author:
I can’t begin to tell you how much fun this was, and not just reading The Guardians of Man but co-writing two books with Lori Titus. We never thought we’d end up with two stand alone books but here they are. I hope you enjoy reading The Guardians of Man: Black Feathers Fell in the Foothills of Mt. Empyreal as much as I did. And though you don’t have to read both books, if you do, my suggestion would be to read one and then let some time pass before reading the other. Again on behalf of both of us we truly hope you have as much fun reading The Guardians of Man and The End is Now as much as we did writing them and we can’t wait to hear what you think ;)
I would have to say that the previous book is my favourite because there was a bit more mystery, confusion, and so the terror felt more imminent for me! This part of the story is much more developed though, mainly due to the fact that the reader has read the previous book and knows a little of what could happen and what has already happened. It's still unpredictably thrilling, as there are new bad guys popping up everywhere! Excellent sequel, are we getting another?