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WHERE HOPE DARES: The Gift of Prophecy by [Bryn, Rebecca]
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  • File Size: 2907 KB
  • Print Length: 450 pages
  • Publisher: Rebecca Bryn (October 21, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 21, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B016Z8BKL8
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Rebecca Bryn is just one of those writers. You cannot help but love what she does. I read her Touching The Wire and loved it so I expected more of the same. One thing initially made me stutter, I picked up this book without reading the blurb, simply based on the fact that I had enjoyed the first so much. As I opened the book I was greeted by meet the characters - never mad on that idea - then I read the first chapter and had to go back to read the blurb., The penny dropped. This was not going to be more of the same. I carried on regardless having made the mistake of presumption and I was glad I did. Everything went against me liking the book in a way as I am not a huge fan of Dystopian tales and I had been expecting something else. Guess what, I still loved this book. I say it is different to Touching the Wire and yes it is in genre but not in Style. Rebecca Bryn is such a skilled writer and has a marvelous way of handling a story that far from being disappointed I was quite engaged. Once again ability, voice and an understanding of what a reader wants triumphed. I suspect she could write in any genre and I would go back for more, a cross over talent not many can achieve. I didn't speculate (too much) on some of the analogies and references, I am sure they are what they are, but it is all rather clever, never too clever for its own good and importantly, in this book we have characters that are likable,engaging and ones you want to triumph. All books are about love of course and this is no exception with relationship and love at the heart of the tension. I like the title, it gives a great sense of what to expect and I know that in giving this book a five star recommendation it is based on all of they key things a book needs to be to get that from me. Technically on the money, dialogue that is comfortable in the head as in the mouth, a strong narrative but most importantly an engaging well told story that I suspect all will enjoy ,
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I loved this book! It has everything: characters you want to bond with, compelling plot and of course the main theme, which treads through the narration – love conquers all. Only love can unite us, better us and helps us survive.
Probably thousands of years since the world, as we know it now, has gone, and the new civilization started a new circle of life. Too bad that not all the people adapted the peace-loving way of life of Kiya and Raphel’s village. The blood-thirsty Northmen came to their land, led by their leader Alaric, the Chosen, who is searching for a woman to fulfill his High Priest’s prophesy. Alaric rapes and kidnaps Kiya to bring her back to his land, but Kiya’s husband Raphel follows the northern giant to bring his beloved back home… Their way will not be an easy one, filled with pain and anguish along the way, but it’s their love that can turn even the most merciless killer onto their side.
This book is so engaging because it makes the readers contemplate their choices in today’s society, and many messages in the story resonate with today’s world issues. Wonderful job!
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Where Hope Dares is volumious yet gripping from the very beginning. It takes place in the future of planet Earth, but has an ancient feel to it. It felt as though I was reading a myth or a legend. Though there are many subplots, it’s mainly a love story between Kiya, a gifted healer and Raphel, a talented storyteller. Their beautiful relationship is interrupted by Kiya’s captivity and sexual sacrifice, but the connection between them is so strong and powerful that none of the outside evil can bring them down.

I found this to be a breathtaking adventure. Some part were tough for me to read, and the overall mood is dark and dramatic, but very captivating. I liked the idea of the future / past synchronicity, and how the author depicts the future of humanity as a reference to the ancient times. It makes you think whether history cyclically repeats itself. I also enjoyed the spiritual tone to it, and the nicely weaved in ecological messages.
I could feel the expertise and diligent work of the author, and sensed how much she worked on developing the story’s world and the characters. Hats off to her work!

I think this book will please readers who like epic, dramatic dystopian novels with a strong message.
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This book delves into what happens in the world far in the future after mankind has destroyed the earth or much of it. It entwines political, social, and religious issues as people await the second coming--or The Gift. The various people have different interpretations of its meaning, but do any truly have it right?

The people of the north are worshipers of a war god. The ruling priest sends his followers to the south to bring back a woman who will bear the Gift. Alaric the Chosen kidnaps and rapes Kiya. Her husband Raphel tries to get her back, but gets captured himself. He, too, is included in the prophecy--as the blood for the sacrifice. Will their friend, the old man Abe, be able to save them from the Northerners' fate? Will God--any of their gods--intervene?

The story is engaging and makes you rethink what you know about the second coming. A nice twist on the as-yet-to-happen event, and a twist at the end that's sure to please.

What I loved most about the books is the proverbs and sayings at the beginning of each chapter. Some are quite hilarious; others thought-provoking.
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