FUNDAY MONDAY, OR THE BOOKS THAT WILL HELP ME SURVIVE THE WEEK AHEAD (SEPTEMBER 18, 2017)

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Another week begins.  I quickly slip into my business suit and head back into the office to save a few innocent people. But while I try to fool myself into being excited about the promise of a new year and the continuation of the regular grind, deep down, I’m not, so I’m going to escape dreary reality by reading some great books.

Another week and even more books to fit into the hectic schedule. As always, I’m finishing off a few books while also trying to cram some new ones into the mix.  Newest first.
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veiled empireVeiled Empire by Nathan Garrison

Genre: Fantasy

Series: Sundered World Trilogy #1

Publisher: Harper Voyager Impulse (May 26, 2015)

Length: 560 pages

Author Information: Website | Twitter

The Empire is Shrouded, not only by the barrier that covers the land, but by the lies and oppression of the mierothi regime. Magic is the privilege of the elite, and the people of this shadowed country have forgotten what it means to hope under their rule.

But there are some who would resist, with plans put into motion millennia before. For returned to the Empire is a valynkar, servant of the god of light, and with him come the strength and cunning that could tip the scales to end the Emperor’s reign. He has gathered a group of heroes ready to ignite the flame of rebellion and fight against the dark power that has ruled for nearly two thousand years. A power that has champions of its own.

Nathan Garrison’s Veiled Empire throws a mythical land into chaos, with races long thought forgotten, and magics only just discovered. Steel and sorcery clash as brave souls vie for freedom and control in this astonishing debut novel.

Purchase the book at Amazon.

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revenant windsRevenant Winds by Mitchell Hogan

Genre: Fantasy

Series: The Tainted Cabal #1

Publisher: Self-Published (September 5, 2017)

Length: 440 pages

Author Information: Website | Twitter

In a world devastated by a series of cataclysms over millennia, where the followers of different gods vie for ascendancy, mankind carves out a precarious existence among the remnants of a desolated past. Cities and civilizations are built atop mysterious and ofttimes menacing ruins, and the unforgiving wilderness beyond is filled with inhuman creatures and races from before the dawn of history. Sorcery is seen by some as a gift of the gods, and by others as their curse. And the demon-ravaged past has all but been forgotten.

As a secret cabal schemes to awaken an evil thought defeated millennia ago, the lives of three unlikely heroes are fated to converge:

Aldric, a veteran priest and sorcerer, who seeks acceptance from the church that shuns him. On the brink of their approval, he receives a mission that brings him face to face with a long-buried evil.

Niklaus, master swordsman, and slave to his goddess, who plots to split the veil between life and death and ascend to become her equal.

Kurio, the runaway daughter of a noble family, now turned to thievery, who stumbles across a disturbing secret that binds her future to infernal designs.

Drawn toward a horrifying endgame by an unknown force, Aldric, Niklaus, and Kurio find themselves in a battle not only for their lives, but for the beliefs that have come to define them.

A wrong decision, an overreaching ambition, or the failure of an already tormented faith, is all it will take to plunge mankind into an eternal dark.

Purchase the book at Amazon.

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8 Responses to FUNDAY MONDAY, OR THE BOOKS THAT WILL HELP ME SURVIVE THE WEEK AHEAD (SEPTEMBER 18, 2017)

  1. Is that a Balrog on the cover for Revenant Winds? 🙂

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  2. I just finished Revenant Winds – after a rough start, it actually turned out pretty well! Hoping to start writing my review today, actually.

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  3. Bookstooge says:

    And another comment for Revenant Winds. It looks cool!

    Like

  4. Reblogged this on Archer's Aim and commented:
    I’m willing to add thses to my TBR list and take a look at them…

    Liked by 1 person

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