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The Rosinanti Dragons are no more. Since their extinction nearly one thousand years ago these primal powerhouses have fallen into the obscurity of history’s forgotten lore. In that time, humans have come to dominate the world of Terra, peacefully ignorant to one horrifying truth: ancient evil stirs around them, waiting to reclaim its lost world.
For Valentean Burai, animus warrior of the kingdom of Kackritta, the details surrounding humanity’s victory over the Rosinanti are more than just a history lesson. The long-buried mysteries of this archaic conflict may hold the answers that he has so desperately sought regarding his own past.
As the awful truth of the Rosinanti’s supposed demise comes to light, Valentean must stand together with Seraphina, a magically gifted princess, to embark upon a mission to maintain order and light throughout Terra. Only together can these two lifelong friends face down the resurgence of the Rosinanti legacy, and combat the greatest threat their world has ever known.
No Flame Can Burn Forever….
All I can say is I’m impressed with Kevin J. Kessler’s debut novel. I’m in awe of the details that made Terra become alive in your head. It’s quite a world that easily sucks you into finishing it in a night. Keeping this spoiler free is going to be difficult since I have quite a bit to say about this novel but can’t without giving away key events….
So we have pretty much four main characters that are so well described you know them pretty well. We have Valentean who is my favorite, Kayden, Seraphina, and Aleksandra who I like for all the wrong reasons. We see them grow up in this book to become some pretty interesting people who are all very different in their own ways.
This novel is action packed with vivid descriptions of each scene. Lots of tribulations and battles. A true good vs. evil story without a doubt. I truly want to say so much more, but with this type of story, it’s just not possible. If you love magic, dragons, fantasy, this is the book for you. I highly recommend you give this book a chance.
While it doesn’t end on a cliffhanger, this series is far from over….That final battle scene wins it all for me. EPIC