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Kate sees in her dreams how the Palace of Malia was destroyed, by magic, necromancy, and a powerful Emerald Crystal. In following her quest, she uncovers many secrets, not least, one which is closely guarded by ...
Kate sees in her dreams how the Palace of Malia was destroyed, by magic, necromancy, and a powerful Emerald Crystal. In following her quest, she uncovers many secrets, not least, one which is closely guarded by monks of the Orthodox Church, at a Monastery on Mount Athos.
There are many theories of how the Minoan Civilization ended - maybe Kate has the answer.
Her relationships, both sexual and Platonic, are grass-root, gutsy and very revealing.
Posted June 2, 2011
While living in the Cretan village of Vrahassi, Kate is visited by the spirit of Rhamu, a Minoan Prince. After he asks her to help him find Sisi, his lost Princess, Rhamu then reveals for Kate a series of long-hidden truths about the dramatic fall of the storied Minoan Civilization. As her quest proceeds, Kate soon comes to quite the eye-opening realization: she alone may hold the answer to the mysterious demise of one of the world's foremost majestic cultures...
Tears From The Sun is quite the revealing read. Though a work of fiction, author Jane Sharp's enlightening new offering provides the reader with a host of intriguing truths about Minoan history and culture. Clearly the skilled crafting of a highly imaginative mind, Tears From The Sun reads like an engaging work of speculative fiction, with enough drama, romance, and mystery thrown in to ensure that the reader never quite knows what to expect next. Featuring one surprising twist after another, Tears From The Sun is a solid, well-written tale, one sure to please die-hard Fantasy/Sci-Fi fans. An entertaining read.