The Eighth Power: Book II: The Book of the Earth

The Eighth Power: Book II: The Book of the Earth

by Paul Lytle

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The Eighth Power: Book II: The Book of the Earth by Paul Lytle

Years ago, Saparen fought off an ern attack to protect those born on a particular day – a day that made them possible heirs to the power of the Prophets. One of those boys was Ayrim Iylin. Now the ern are trying something new: sneaking into the town as assassins, and it appears that someone is letting them in. Ayrim at last must leave the Baron’s protection to face his enemies directly.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044513587
Publisher: Paul Lytle
Publication date: 04/23/2013
Series: Eighth Power , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 705,486
File size: 771 KB

About the Author

Paul Lytle lives and works in Houston, where he lives with his wife, Josie, and his newborn son, Christian. He can be found online at or on Twitter as @CalvinistNerd. He also writes for and edits the online magazine Primum Mobile at

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The Eighth Power: Book II: The Book of the Earth 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Spoiler Alert: The second book of this series picks up after a needed time gap from the first, with our hero almost grown, and drops us in during his character development as a young man. The previous book ended at a perfect stopping point at the end of a climactic battle, so it is interesting to zero in on a character that is the focal point, and also that the reader can learn about the world the author is creating, with them as they grow and learn in the narrative. I enjoyed the plot twist at the end and the unforeseen path the hero takes. As a sequel this book was a good follow up, and the further development of the religious views and deities with their varying theologies, and combined mythology and folklore, were refreshing. The best part of book 2 for me was journeying with the main character and understanding his choices and actions, I felt totally in sync and part of the story, even though some events were surprising and unforeseen. Already reading the third book of the series and looking forward to more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
250 nook pages. This story follows up book one, 15 years later. The two new prophets have not been discovered, and the Vid are now trying for the four boys denied to them before. Exciting sequal, action, magic, and intrigue galour. Excitedly anticipating book three