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Acelia History of the Acelian Empire History of the Acelian Empire Volume 1 ❰EPUB❯ ✰ Acelia History of the Acelian Empire History of the Acelian Empire Volume 1 Author S.G.S. – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk While endless wars ravage The Empire’s borders deep in the remote mountains all of Old Widow Lantal’s divinations turn dark and the omens sinister She knows the world will soon change She can feel While endless of the ePUB ☆ wars ravage The Empire’s borders deep in the remote mountains all of Old Widow Lantal’s divinations turn dark and the omens sinister She knows the world will soon change She can feel the portents in her bones She knows she is too age worn and weakened to manage the impending crisis alone and calls on the Gods This time the Gods answer To her horror they send the Widow help a vicious Acelia History ePUB í bird of nightmares and urban legends and a broken young girl Old Widow Lantal is not pleased When the Widow seeks reinforcements on her own she sets into motion a History of the Acelian Empire MOBI :Ê dark complex and winding journey of discovery across The Acelian Empire In their desperation the Gods gather up the lives of mages and thugs Lords Ladies princes and soldiers artists lovers and children Their hands tug on the fates of both people and nations and History of the PDF Ë their schemes will either save the world or end it.


7 thoughts on “Acelia History of the Acelian Empire History of the Acelian Empire Volume 1

  1. Christopher Wagoner Christopher Wagoner says:

    In the world of epic fantasy women are often reduced to one of two roles; Sword swinging sex toy or the damsel in distress Or they go too far in the other direction and you have a character who is essentially a man in women's skin like Ripley from AliensAcelia avoids both of those pitfalls and does so admirably The Widow Lantal fills Gandalf's shoes nicely in the 'hedge wizard who knows what's what' and does so without being a nymphomaniac in a skimpy outfit Far from a perfect person the Widow is driven by her doubts as much as her will to do the right thingShe has to find a way to overcome past betrayal because she has been entrusted with the welfare and training of a young ten year old girl who has magical power The narrative unflinchingly looks at what it means to be a flowering young girl in a society where women are sold off into marriageThe Widow and Theis are joined by other characters like a man at arms and a dashing prince There were some minor polish issues but far fewer than you expect from self published work and they didn't detract from my ability to enjoy the story The plot is complex and layered the swordplay should please fans of action and women are well representedI look forward to the next volume


  2. Tim Tim says:

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewWell the story seems to follow a ten year old girl who is evidently a powerful mage but doesnt know it yet But the book also follows a Lord and Lady on campaign an old mage lady called a widow who seems to forsee all these bad things coming that ar alluded to but never really talked about and another mage who is on his way to see said widow Oh and a goodhearted tough guy soldier who i guarding the mage A lot of different threads going on here and the confusing part is that when two or of these characters are in the same dialogue viewpoints will change without warning So one sentence will be from this persons viewpoint then a couple sentences later a different persons Story was excruciatingly slow to get going to a pace where you have some sort of normal story telling flow Even then there didnt seem to be a point to the story over halfway in Is the world in trouble? Is there a bad guy? Nope Comes across as a very polite fantasy novel no language or graphic violence when suddenly there is a very descriptive sex scene albeit brief I'm no prude but it seemed way out of place in this story about a ten year old girl and her coming of age Some parts of the descriptions read like a textbook instead of being interesting explanations of th e history or artifacts i found myself skimming a lot of timesCouldnt finish this one 2 stars for the effort Sorry


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