Gods' Masks, Book 1 of the Moirean Tapestry [NOOK Book]

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The end of utopia may lead to the beginning of truth.

When an ancient prophecy resurfaces, Altruvia is ripped from her home by rival races, the Wolves and Dragons. Her attempts to regain her freedom lead her into political intrigues older than memory. With her twin brother, she discovers that the greatest threat existence has ever known is still alive and seeking vengeance.

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Gods' Masks, Book 1 of the Moirean Tapestry

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Overview

The end of utopia may lead to the beginning of truth.

When an ancient prophecy resurfaces, Altruvia is ripped from her home by rival races, the Wolves and Dragons. Her attempts to regain her freedom lead her into political intrigues older than memory. With her twin brother, she discovers that the greatest threat existence has ever known is still alive and seeking vengeance.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011242922
  • Publisher: Tara K. Young
  • Publication date: 3/20/2011
  • Series: Moirean Tapestry , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 251,369
  • File size: 748 KB

Meet the Author

I am a computing archaeologist and fantasy writer. My work often includes archaeological elements and fusion of cultures. I have been working in archaeology for ten years and writing for twice that time. While most of my first works were odd ramblings of a teenager, my adult writings include fantasy that utilizes archaeological reconstructions of cultures sometimes on a theological scale. I spend the first half of the week cataloging and studying ancient cultures and artifacts and the second half taking that information and reinventing it into fictional stories, always with fantasy elements.
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  • Posted October 29, 2011

    Reviewed by Hampton reviews

    I have always had a love for stories about mythical creatures, so when I found God's Masks I had to grab it up.
    God's Masks is filled with intrigue, adventure magic and mystery. Not to mention shape shifting cats, wolves and dragons.
    I really enjoyed this story. The characters are fantastic and well developed, the scenes are vividly described and the story flows well.
    My favorite character in God's Masks is definitely Tryailla, the queen of the cat people Tryailla. Now I know that is somewhat confusing but the name of the race, the planet they inhabit and the name of the Queen are all the same. Basically the Queen is the heart of the people so when she becomes queen she takes on the name of the people. But back to Queen Tryailla. She is wise and strong and I enjoy the humorous interactions her lyrical way of speaking caused with her children.
    All in all God's Masks is a great story. There are some great twists and turns in the story and I love that the majority of the questions in the book are answered by the last page. Of course some things are still not completely clear but that is why this is the beginning of a series. J
    I am definitely going to be looking for more great work from Tara K Young.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2012

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    Not a bad story and keeps the reader interested. As was written, it is the beginning of a series. Free! Why not read it? Over 600 pages!

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