- File Size: 213 KB
- Print Length: 37 pages
- Publisher: Darkcountry Publications; First Digital edition (March 8, 2009)
- Publication Date: March 8, 2009
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B001UV40PE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,550,191 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Pentacle of Light Series: Moira Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The scenery is amazing, and you get a grasp of Moira and the other witches in this part. A very strong back story kicks it off, and I was enchanted by the opening myth. It gives a good direction for the tale to go.
I wish the story went a little further in the first part, but still not a bad deal. That is the reason for 4 stars.
I can't wait to see where it goes and to find out more about the world created here.
These two short stories(Pentacle Of Light Series, #1 and #2) are packed full with intense excitement as you follow Moira and the races through wild proportions. A Great Battle is coming, and When Moira encounters a Vampire....well, let's just say that when you're a witch and you meet a vamp, things aren't going to be easy. I loved the loyalty that Moira possessed for her sister, Kyla. Seeing them together and the way the demons arose and the consequences that Moira had to deal with for knowing a Vamp was awesome.
I won't go to much further into these two stories....they're short and packed full of AWESOMENESS. I'm truly amazing at the ability that Joel M. Andre has to create this GREATASTIC fantasy work and still combined it with a bit of his trademark horror, and create epic work. Definitely a 5 Book worthy dive into the fantasy realm. I can't wait to get my hands on the other 4 parts of this series and see what level Andre takes the stories to.
This review originated at Reviews By Molly at the request of the author.*This review is based on a complimentary copy which was provided for an honest review*
You really get a bond with the Witch Moira, and the world she lives in is beautifully crafted and amazing. Hands down a great opener to a series, that I really want to read more of.
This is a blend of Terry Pratchett mixed with a little more realism.
This work was published in 2009 as a weekly series.
Spoilers (General theme)
This is a tale of Moira, a witch with some magical skills who lives with her brethren underground. In this world there are five races... Vampires, Demons, Witches, Elementals and Humans. They initially lived in harmony, but over time hatred and animosity grew, resulting in arguements and finally conflicts. A meeting convened by God brought a representative of each group together. The premise being, lay down your weapons and live in peace again OR fight and the victor will rule the surface and the rest will be cast to live below the Earth's surface. All but the Human laid down his arms at which point he slaughtered the other 4 representatives... this dastardly act has been remembered by all as 'The Great Betrayal'. Now, after millenniums, rumblings have been heard calling for a change.
Some thoughts on 'The Pentacle of Light: Moira'...
1.) a quicks and easy read. A weekly series if done right can be an attractive vehicle for presenting a great story.
2.) prefaced by a prologue that basically sets up the scenario that I've discussed in my 'spoiler' above.
3.) a story that initially seemed to have some promise but I found that about 1/2 way through I began to lose interest in this tale. The conversations and story line just seemed to founder.
4.) for me, when God gets involved in fantasy tales, warning bells tend to go off.
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