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The author of the book: Tim Akers
Edition: Titan Books
Date of issue: January 19th 2016
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Very interesting mix of magic, politics and religion.
The Teren north, most recently converted to the new religion, sits on the edge of the pagan territory. Suhdra to the south, was the earliest area conquered by the followers of Strife and Cinder, the newest gods.
But the old religion won't go quietly,
The gheists were the gods of the old religion, the spirits of stream and forest that the Tenerrans had worshiped for generations before the crusades. Now deprived of their sacrifices and abandoned to the quiet places of the forest, many of those spirits had gone mad. They manifested in strange and unexpected places, sometimes demanding tribute, other times taking their sacrifice in blood and fire.
Various kingdoms of the North are always suspect in the eyes of their counterparts to the South. Political intrigue, vow knights, priests of the Inquisition and the gods of old;
It was a hound, as big as a horse, bigger. Its tangled fur was twined through with twigs and leaves, its dirty coat cluttered with vines that seemed to grow through its body. It was black, black as night, and its bearded jaw hung open exposing scores of star-white teeth, each as big and as sharp as a gardener’s hook.
The hound passed close to him, nearly brushing his trembling arm with its hulking shoulder. It smelled like freshly tilled earth and old, damp leaves left under the forest canopy for seasons without end.
And then it was gone. The night came back, the insects filling the world with their song, the creek returning to life. The forest peeled away from the gheist’s path, leaving a road through the trees. Ian stumbled forward, up a hill, the ground nothing but smooth grass. As he crested the summit, the trail closed behind him, the trees creaking as they returned to their natural place, the earth groaning and shifting beneath his feet.
all make for an intriguing world with plenty of action and political/religious machinations.
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Read information about the authorTim Akers was born in deeply rural North Carolina, the only son of a theologian. He moved to Chicago for college, where he lives with his wife of thirteen years and their German shepherd. He splits his time between databases and fountain pens.
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