The Apostle: Destiny

The Apostle: Destiny

by Dylan Hiler

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940149792351
Publisher: Dylan Hiler
Publication date: 07/06/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 405
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Dylan Hiler is a freelance author whose current projects include The Tarthurian Chronicles and Lockland the Time Traveling Fox. Owner of the publication company I�m a Human Productions he focuses his time and energy on interesting and unique adventures that capture the heart and mind alike. He currently lives in Minnesota with his wife Shannon, son Azrael, and so many animals it may as well be a hobby farm.

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The Apostle: Destiny 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
KKScaramuzzo More than 1 year ago
A different kind of story.  This is a most different type of tale. You would expect all kinds of supernatural creatures to keep you interested, but they were not present or necessary. There was a witch floating around in the story and she had a great impact on the family the story is about. Most of the book is spent introducing you to a particular family and they strife they had to go through to correct what a witch has put asunder. The characters were very well developed and the author did a great job of getting the reader in head's of all the main characters. You felt like you were there with them most of the time making their decisions. The one exception was the father. He is a man of intrigue until the very end. He and his friends and the hints of espionage and intrigue keep you guessing about their intents and character. You are just never  quite sure what it is that he and they are up to at any given time. This keeps the suspense level up and the reader engaged until the end.  With so much work making the father and friends so questionable and exciting, I was disappointed at the ending. I felt with all that he had been through the ending should have been a bit more detailed. It seems to slam shut on me. I didn't like the little explanations afterwards. I felt these could have been more smoothly handled in another chapter or two. It was almost like the ending was written by someone else. It did not have the word painting of the actual book that I enjoyed so much. I understand this is to be a series. I will definitely read the next ones. The  book was provided to me for an honest review and I give this book four stars. I will recommend this book to my friends that enjoy this genre and I will look for the next one in the series.  
mysterybook_nerd98 More than 1 year ago
It started off slow at first but about halfway through I thought the plot picked up considerably. I found it to be a worthwhile,fun read to the fantasy genre. It has an interesting story and believable characters and dialogue. I think this is going to be a good series.
ccwriterunlimited More than 1 year ago
Powerful, Raw and Emotional-Should Be 10 Stars!! Fairwillow seems to be a quiet, peaceful town but under the double moons of Dawn and Vera it is quietly, slowly erupting from within. The heart of it all is Sath and Elle Eden. They have three children Raios, Mercy and Dield. The known witch of Fairwillow, Famora, spoke a prophecy of destiny over Raios before he was born and has been a troubled child ever since. With a strike of a mighty pen Hiler has created a unique fantasy that is filled with mystery, suspense and intrigue as he whisks his readers to another time and place that you’ll never want to leave. I love the development of the relationships within the storyline gathered around Sath the farmer, a mighty man within his community and beyond. Sath the friend as the development of friendship grows with Orick the carpenter. Sath the kind, loving husband and the changes that relationship brings. Than Sath the father and how he struggles with his oldest son Raios. I love the character developments that grow at a pleasing pace and the raw deep emotion of the storyline. Especially unique as there is no main character but the Eden family as a whole evolves to become the main characters. There are so many underlying lessons to learn that one doesn’t want to miss a thing. Powerful, raw, emotional more in one book than a reader could ever desire. Personally I have to read the next one as a fiction story this is truly amazing but as a series one can only imagine where this could lead. Five stars yes but if I could give ten I would as this is by far one of the best books I’ve read in a very long time. So whether you are a lover of the genre of fantasy or looking for a unique, outstanding fiction don’t miss “The Apostle: Destiny”.