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When it comes to world building, no one does it better than Jason Tesar. This story covers every inch and all aspects of the globe including land, sky and sea on a journey that will leave you craving more. I can't even fathom how this prequel can be wrapped up in just one more book. The twists and turns that will bring Sariel to Kael's present time could be potentially endless, making this series anything but predictable. So prepare yourself for more sleepless nights as you dive back into the world of The Wandering Stars.
Sariel's experiences through Inhabitation give depth and understanding to his character in "The Awakened" series. I can fully appreciate the importance of completing "Wandering Stars" before completing "The Awakened."
I would recommend these books ... and I would also recommend getting acquainted with the glossary (and maps) beforehand, or as you go along. There are many categories of characters, as well as places to understand and keep track of.
I have a fascination with angels ... and these books approached the subject in a way that I hadn't thought much about. I have enjoyed the experience. (Thanks Mr. Tesar)
At the end of this book the author does do a good job of explaining the loss of Eden, and how The Flood could have happened. There are some good, and exciting chapters, yet the overall plot seems plodding. Perhaps this is due to the story being based on the Bible; I know how it's going to end. I cannot decide whether it's worth continuing.
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