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Candle in the Storm (Shadowed Path Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2012

    Better then the first

    Very slow moving. Better story line. The sad part is the bad guys are more interesting then most of the regular characters

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 17, 2009

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    On a world level and on a personal level, Candle in the Storm is a powerful quest thriller

    Those remaining loyal to the Goddess Karm have little hope to defeat the dark forces of the Devourer. His horde led by his incantation Lord Bahl has devastated anything in their path. Despair from Averen to Vinden to Luvein and elsewhere is the norm as the Devourer's bewitched army massacres those foolish to remain loyal to Karm.

    Two Karm loyalists may be the last prayer of a world facing the abyss of the apocalypse. Honus the warrior and Yim the former slave with the power to potentially defeat Bahl remain united in love for each other and for the Goddess. However, their love is shaken to the core as Yim must perform a task that she loathes doing; she questions the worthiness of their side of the deadly dispute as she loses faith in the Goddess and perhaps in Honus too.

    The second Shadowed Path fantasy is a terrific middle book that builds directly from the previous tale so newcomers should first read A Woman Worth Ten Coppers. The story line is even grimmer than its predecessor as the world is on the verge of an extreme Dark Age while the lead couple is trying to prevent the sinister encroachment from occurring as they struggle internally; with their relationship being a microcosm of what is engulfing the heart and soul of humanity. On a world level and on a personal level, Candle in the Storm is a powerful quest thriller.

    Harriet Klausner

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    Posted June 26, 2012

    Vision-elite's den

    This is where the elite's rest. Elites are pups who are over twelve moons and in training. The den has a cool, sandy floor like all the others.~Vision

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