A Bright Power Rising

A Bright Power Rising

by Noel Coughlan

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940045820554
Publisher: Noel Coughlan
Publication date: 04/08/2014
Series: Golden Rule , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 693 KB

About the Author

My name is Noel Coughlan. I am married and have a daughter. I live in the west of Ireland. From a young age, I was always writing a book. Generally, the first page over and over. Sometimes, I even reached the second page before I had shredded the entire copy book. In my teenage years, I wrote some poetry, some of which would make a Vogon blush. When I was fourteen, I had a dream. It was of a world where the inhabitants believed that each hue of light was a separate god, and that matter was simply another form of light. I tinkered with the idea for a couple of decades, putting together mythologies, histories, maps etc. but world building isn't worth much without a gripping story. And then I finally found one, a tale so compelling I had to write it, The Golden Rule Duology. I also write other fantasy, science fiction, and horror stories.

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A Bright Power Rising 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
WolfFaerie17 More than 1 year ago
Village of Pigsknuckle is home to Grael Erol. He wants nothing more than to marry Harath Melkath but alss fate has other plans for them both. Grael wants to seek his fortune before asking for Harath's hand in marriage. AscendentSun only wants to live in peace but that won't last long if the Harbinger has it's way. Will either Harath or Grael get what they want? Can AscendentSun help the village? Will the Harbinger have it's way? Your answers await you in A Bright Power Rising. To be perfectly honest. I had a difficult time relating to the characters or their plight. The most interesting character was actually a bad guy. I really tried to have sympathy for the main characters but it fell flat for me. I'm thinking maybe I misunderstood synopsis which is why the book is getting the rating of two stars. I applaud the author for his work. I would consider reading something else by this author in the future.