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Kings of Qapra (The Seventh Age) (Volume 1) Paperback – April 15, 2014
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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
The other five creators including Nhadan, the youngest of the six creators, were pleased with his creation and bestow on him divine gifts. Gald then lives on Sunos as a god. After many seasons, he begins to feel lonely and ignoring Nhadan who loved him, takes a beautiful slave girl Yadra as his wife. They have many children with god like powers (immortality excluded).
Nhadan is not pleased with what she sees and wreaks havoc on Sunos. In the ensuing war both Gald and Nhadan get entrapped and the gifts from the gods are passed on to the four eldest sons of Gald. The story goes on…..
After many ages, Sunos is again engulfed in a war for reclaiming the gifts of the gods and for gaining unlimited powers. Read on how the exiled queen, Aiyla, and her son, Antinsen, surmounts difficulties and emerges victorious in the end.
If you love epics and grand adventure, then this book is for you.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
The story unfolds carefully and slowly. There is plenty to keep one's interest. The pacing actually gives the reader a chance to savor and enjoy the plot which is not often afforded in current fiction. It is this aspect that makes the novel appealing. There are plenty of plot twists and misdirects to keep one guessing about the details ahead.
This is obviously the first of a series because of the unresolved plot threads at the end. Readers will want to know what happens next after Aiyla has reached the safe haven with her son and how Landrion completes his task. The next novel should be interesting.
I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
This book sounds interesting, but I have tried to read it three times now without being pulled in to it. Other reviews say it is slow going. It seems well written. It was just something I was unable to get into.