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Full Circle (Castings Trilogy Series #3)

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  • Posted December 4, 2009

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    Will stun the audience with its exhilarating pace yet profound insightful look at the destruction of the racial divide

    A millennium ago Warlord Acton and his horde conquered the south-lands. They created a feudal system with warlords ruling over fiefdoms in which the native population Travelers were treated as slaves or simply annihilated in wide spread genocide.

    Now a thousand years of brutal reign by the New Blood descendents of Acton is threatened by Saker the Enchanter who has raised an angry army of the dead Travelers who seek vengeance against those whose ancestry butchered them in life. The slaughter matches that of the original butchery of Acton while Lord Thegan takes advantage of the conflict to gain more power.

    Bramble, Ash and others fear Saker's blood feud is causing more death and destruction and increasing racial animosity, which fuels the worst of the New Blood leaders. Desperate, they feel the only way to end the race war is to have Ash raise the ghost of Acton in order to persuade him to atone for his alleged transgressions; of which Bramble who traveled back in time to the age of the invasion knows is not quite as it has come down in song of us vs. them.

    This aptly titled great finish to the Castings Trilogy fantasy saga (see Deep Water and Blood Ties) will stun the audience with its exhilarating pace yet profound insightful look at the destruction of the racial divide. Filled with action, but fueled by a strong cast in which no one is more evil even the cruel Thegan and motives are not black and white. Full Circle (and the entire saga) is a refreshing super fantasy that will entertain readers yet also leave fans pondering who truly wins and how the masses lose when racism rules.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted January 17, 2012

    Excellant reading!

    Not really something I thought I would get into, but the whole trilogy has been hard to put down!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2010

    One of the Best Fantasy Series Ever

    No part of this trilogy disappoints. The characters are intricate, passionate, REAL! The plot is intense, and the world in which the story is set is detailed and believable.

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