The Movement of Rings

The Movement of Rings

by Nadine C. Keels


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Sequel to The Movement of Crowns.

What lies deeper than fear?

The Mundayne empire has prospered under the rule of King Aud, a ruthless man of war. Naona, a spirited imperial servant who holds Aud

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781491040911
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/25/2013
Series: Movement of Crowns , #2
Pages: 134
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.31(d)

About the Author

Nadine. A French name, meaning, "hope."
With her lifelong passion for life-enriching fiction, Nadine C. Keels enjoys reading and writing everything from short stories to novels. Her fiction works include Love Unfeigned and The Movement of Crowns Series, and select pieces of her lyrical poetry can be found on her spoken word album, Hope. Lyricized. As the founder of Prismatic Prospects, her communication company, Nadine has served as editor for a number of titles, and through her writing, from her books to her blog posts, she aims to help spark hope, inspiration, and genius in as many as she is privileged to reach.

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InterestedFictionReader More than 1 year ago
I was given a complimentary copy of the Movement of Crowns Series to review. I really liked this book. It starts out fun, bold, and grabs your attention right off. The characters are relatable, easy to get to know, and you can feel their struggles with them. I appreciated the way the author handled the sensitive issues within the story making them understandable, yet not offensive. I was pleasantly surprised by the easy flow of this book after reading the first one. I felt that the differences in the world of Munda were more clearly explained and I did not have the sense of being lost while reading it. The author does a great job of bringing the two countries together despite their differences. Overall, this was my favorite of the three I read.