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Harbingers of the Dawn: Book 2 of the Dawn Saga Paperback – January 8, 2017
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About the Author
Zachariah Wahrer spent the first twelve years of his adult life doing various jobs around the United States, such as eBay salesman, punk rock musician, horse halter craftsman, and rock climbing gym route-setter. Near the end of 2014, Zachariah moved into a Honda Odyssey with his wife Sarah and began traveling the United States and Canada, seeking inspiration and adventure while writing and rock climbing full-time. His first novel, Breakers of the Dawn: Book 1 of the Dawn Saga, was electronically published in December of 2014. When not deeply immersed in imaginary worlds, Zachariah loves to experience the outdoors as well as read about science, futurology, and trans-humanism. He also enjoys home-brewing and creating digital art to accompany his writing. Currently, Zachariah lives in Bozeman, Montana.
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Harbingers moves the story along very nicely, builds on the foundations set in the first book, and most certainly left me ready for the next book.
The Dawn Saga is well constructed, with carefully thought out characters and just enough "out of this world" to keep it fun and interesting. After all, if this world we are stuck in is good enough, why bother reading at all?
I highly recommend this book to any readers of fantasy/sci-fi, or, just a good adventure story with strong character and place writing!