The war between Auphora, the Creator of all things, and his son Baran spans-and almost destroys-the galaxy. Their epic battles cost millions of lives, but peace comes with its own bloody repercussions. Gods and demi-gods plot to rule again. One planet stops turning, leaving its people trapped in eternal daylight, while another develops to the modern day, unaware that someone walks its streets carrying a secret that could bring an end to it all.
A mythic novel like no other, The Corin Chronicles, Volume 1 looks beyond the cosmic power struggle to a place where lines between good and evil blur within individual stories of loss and bravery, faith and fury. A warrior. A mother. A mercenary. A prince. A child. A hunter.
Their universe is hurtling toward a confrontation, and no one knows which side will win.
And so it begins...
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This story has a very interesting concept, but lacked some of the follow through I would have liked to see. The novel did jump around a bit to tell the story from both sides and in different time periods which helped keep the reader engaged, but I would have liked to see the end bit broken up in this way a little more (more from this time period) This story, however, was excellent in another way. The reader has to use their own moral compass to decide whether the characters are the "good guys" or the "bad guys". Amazon really makes you think about which side is "right", if one is at all.
I loved this book. With a name like mine, I have always had a huge interest in greek mythology. This book reads as mythological adventures would. The Corin Chronicles deal with gods and demi-gods, battles, heroes, and more but on a Universe level. I felt as though I were in a world with Star Wars, Narnia, and more. The bad guys may actually be good guys and vice versa. The story travels through time from 5,000 years ago to modern times. There is definitely no shortage of action, drama, and entertainment in the Corin Chronicles. I would not hesitate to recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in fantasy, mystery, mythology or history. There is something in this book to draw in just about anyone. I received this book directly from the author via Bostick Communications. All opinions, good or bad, are my own.