Earth Angel

Earth Angel

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by Charlie Kenmore, Ash Arceneaux
     
 
There are seven parallel worlds known as the Seven Realms which are separated by a Veil. Six are inhabited by all manner of entities, some natural, some not. That may not be the case for much longer. The first portion of the High Sidhe Prophecy of the Sevens has been fulfilled. The Anarch, who is one with the Veil, has escaped. If she chooses, she can part or drop the

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There are seven parallel worlds known as the Seven Realms which are separated by a Veil. Six are inhabited by all manner of entities, some natural, some not. That may not be the case for much longer. The first portion of the High Sidhe Prophecy of the Sevens has been fulfilled. The Anarch, who is one with the Veil, has escaped. If she chooses, she can part or drop the Veil or she can lift the Veil in its entirety. The Seven Realms will converge. The laws of physics and magic will collide head on. Unless she is stopped, there will be nothing left.

Queen Amura has called for an assembly of the signatories to the High Sidhe's Second Accords, a multi-realm peace treaty to consider how to deal with the threat of the Anarch. An Earthside TechnoWitch and other dark forces also are seeking to control the Anarch. Prince Dzhok (Jack), High Sidhe Ambassador Salash (Jack's oldest friend and lover), and Valkyrie Brunhilde set out to find and befriend the Anarch before all is lost.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781615724840
Publisher:
Caliburn Press, LLC
Publication date:
09/01/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
228
File size:
1 MB
Age Range:
16 Years

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Phoenix_Reviews More than 1 year ago
I was delighted to find a book completely unique in Earth Angel. Many books jump in and explain everything from the start; not Earth Angel. This book has an air of mystery that is hard to ignore. It is clear from the start that there is at least one twist to this tale. A fascinating saga this is, although I did mentally stumble over the name of the Mother of the Wind, Vejamate. Being Australian, all I could think of was the Vegemite spread, though this is no fault of the author. In other circumstances, the name would be beautiful. For me, personally and perhaps for other Australian readers, it provided a chuckle. The mix of magic and technology is rather interesting and captivating. Charlie does a fantastic job of combining the two equally, without overwhelming or befuddling. Characters are so realistic and believable that I felt their emotions as I read; scenes are so vivid that I was absorbed and enthralled, enchanted by the very magic woven in the tale. Charlie knows how to balance drama, action, emotion and humour. One other thing I noticed, and appreciated, that seems unique to Earth Angel was the fact that there were many times where this could have stopped to become several smaller books. Having a toddler, I highly appreciate the slight dips of drama to allow life to intrude, without being robbed of the dramatic climax in overall story. A story that rewards the reader with angelic flights of fancy.