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Vysea: Ascend
     

Vysea: Ascend

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by S.J. Saunders
 

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In the fight to save a dying land, can there still be a victor?

Their champion lost, those who still stand against the Supremacy fight on in the wake of their latest defeat. Cornered at last, and with no hope of escape, those Nadon left behind must unite the land against a common foe. It�s become a war of survival, but, when things are at their darkest,

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In the fight to save a dying land, can there still be a victor?

Their champion lost, those who still stand against the Supremacy fight on in the wake of their latest defeat. Cornered at last, and with no hope of escape, those Nadon left behind must unite the land against a common foe. It�s become a war of survival, but, when things are at their darkest, hope returns to rally Atala�s defenders for one final, desperate gambit.

With the noose ever-tightening, Nadon�s family is pushed to their limit, and, as the earth crumbles and the conflict of the millennium comes crashing down around them, a fatal truth is revealed; only those already lost may escape the impending destruction.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149602377
Publisher:
Riverbank Publishing
Publication date:
04/01/2014
Series:
Seasons of Light , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
422
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

One might say that S.J. Saunders is the greatest writer the world has ever known; one would be wrong, for Saunders is blatantly average, at best, but one might say it. He tinkers with words now and then, fancying himself a novelist on good days. You might be scrutinizing one of his works right now. Have you read it yet? Did you just answer out loud? None of my business if you did. I�m an �About the Author� blurb, not a sentient being capable of complex emotion. Where was I? �Oh, right. Saunders lives somewhere in Oregon with his wife, a few books, and entirely too many voices in his head. Carry on.

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Vysea: Ascend 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great finale of the trilogy! Truly a series that I hated to have end. Excellent character development, action packed scenes, and unexpected plot twists make sure to keep you engrossed. I highly recommend the whole trilogy for any fantasy/sci-fi story enthusiasts out there.