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The Mirage on the Brink of Oblivion (The Epic of Aravinda #3) ❮EPUB❯ ❃ The Mirage on the Brink of Oblivion (The Epic of Aravinda #3) ✾ Author Andrew M. Crusoe – What if you could hold a memory in the palm of your hand In the Mirage you can Reachable only by leaving the physical body and entering the out of body state the Mirage allows all within it to trade m What if you could hold a on the ePUB ↠ memory in the palm of your hand In the The Mirage Kindle - Mirage you can Reachable only by leaving the physical body and entering the out of body Mirage on the Kindle Ð state the Mirage allows all within it to trade memories like souvenirs and create structures that Mirage on the Brink of Kindle - defy physics And now after centuries even the memory of the devastating Vakragha attack on their world has all but been forgotten and most have lost touch with the physical world altogetherJyana is different Driven by her desire to understand the natural world she dedicates herself to studying the sea below Mirage City Yet when she finds that the coral reef is being decimated by an unknown cause no one will take her seriously not even Torin whom she loves than anyone Ambrosia supply shortages are getting worse and Torin fears a crisis is brewing Its formula a state secret ambrosia gives architects the power to form colossal structures and without it their ancient civilization would surely collapseIn the midst of this everyone is shocked when a refugee from before the attack returns Filled with uestions Asha has come with a secret mission which may destabilize their entire planet causing the end of the Mirage itself.

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3 thoughts on “The Mirage on the Brink of Oblivion (The Epic of Aravinda #3)

  1. Allies Opinions Allies Opinions says:

    Now that I am three books into this series I have to brag on Mr Crusoe a bit The first book was really good and I enjoyed reading it The second not uite as good and the message of “one” kind of took over the story In this the third book Mr Crusoe’s writing has started to gain some finesse and it’s been a real treat to watch him evolve as a writer That alone is a fun reason to keep reading the seriesIn “The Mirage” shortened the title a beloved character from the first book comes back in a very unexpected way I definitely did not see that coming I have been wondering about the fate of said person since they went missing Needless to say a lot of the loose ends from the previous books are beginning to be revealedA bad habit that Mr Crusoe has with his dialogue is over explaining situations There is no need to simplify every single event I suggest trying to replace some of that dialogue with action scenes Show us don’t tell us And PLEASE don’t repeat dialogue I got it the first time If you’re trying to update a new character through an old character just write “Asha filled her in” or something like that Don’t re explain Argh That drove me nuts That is really the only thing left for Mr Crusoe to work outThe “Mirage” was an interesting place This is a great example of how much Mr Crusoe’s writing has improved The picture he paints of this ethereal world is fantastic It sounds beautiful and magical I would love to see this world brought to life in film or animationLearning about Asha was a real treat too Her character is growing and I’ve built a real fondness for her She’s strong and intuitive but not egotistical The relationship that her and Zahn are building is beautiful to witness The bond between them grows stronger every page They bring a new definition to “soul mates”Speaking of growing character Zahn is getting wise and very philosophical There are a ton of points that he makes in the story that stuck me right in the heart Between him and Asha they would make one heck of a governing system I would like to see them move up the ranksThe action in this story is steady and is paced well to keep you on your toes The creative plot twists were surprising and interestingTo see my full review check out my blog

  2. Art Art says:

    A wonderful conclusion to a creative sci fi series I bought the book a while ago but didn't actually get to reading it until last week However after starting it I finished it the very next day Besides providing a great finish to the other two books I think that my favorite thing about it was that it took me on a journey and wasn't simply another mindless book Clearly the story had been well thought out and I felt myself constantly both learning and reflecting as I read it

  3. Mason Mason says:

    not the best of the series but its great

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