- Title: Children of Ta'shaen
- Author: Greg Park
- ISBN: 9780978793166
- Page: 257
- Format: Hardcover
Having used the Blood Orb of Elsa to bring the Night of Fire to Melek, Jase Fairimor finds himself standing on the slopes of Mount Tabor as the Mith elre Chon With tens of thousands of Once Men between him and the Great Wall of Aridan and his abilities severely crippled by the curse of Shadan, he must make his way out of the wasteland on foot A thousand miles to the soutHaving used the Blood Orb of Elsa to bring the Night of Fire to Melek, Jase Fairimor finds himself standing on the slopes of Mount Tabor as the Mith elre Chon With tens of thousands of Once Men between him and the Great Wall of Aridan and his abilities severely crippled by the curse of Shadan, he must make his way out of the wasteland on foot A thousand miles to the south in the jungles of Arkania, Gideon opens the chorazin Veilgate, and he and Elliott journey to Riak in search of Aethon Fairimor Once there, they find themselves in the midst of a civil war sparked by Shavis Dakshar s attack on the capital city of Sagaris.Those left behind by Gideon s departure are attacked by Arkanian villages, and Seth and the Dainin are faced with the task of rescuing Brysia and Talia from the Power wielders intent on sacrificing Brysia to a demon of Con Jithar.Meanwhile in Trian, Zeniff s plot to overthrow the government comes to fruition With the aid of Agla Con recruited from the Meleki army, he launches an all out attack, capturing Fairimor Palace and forcing Elison Brey into hiding As Zeniff s hold on the city solidifies, Elison and a handful of Dymas prepare to counterattack.Once again Greg Park weaves a tapestry of myth and magic, intense action and quiet contemplation which bring to life a world as rich and varied as our own.
Recent Comments "Children of Ta'shaen"
It's really good. I liked all of the action and enjoyed the characters. It is often a bit trite, but there are good, creative elements, scummy, clever bad guys, newfound, good-guy superpowers, and lots of heroic overcomingness. I'm not sure why, but I just don't enjoy the Mormony quotes and overtones. There are frequent examples of characters using phrases from scripture as they discuss good and evil and choice. So it's an action-packed, enjoyable, kind of bumpy story. Though it still is weird h [...]
I liked this book quite a bit. This is the third book in the Earthsoul Prophecies. It isn't the last book. The last book isn't available yet so I will need to wait to read that one. I did have to use the glossary again on this book. I am not exactly why some of the new words wouldn't penetrat my brain. Maybe that part of my brain doesn't work. That could be why I struggled so much in Geology and Anatomy. Still I enjoy alot of the characters in this book as well as the world. If you are an epic f [...]
Children of Ta'shaen, Book Three in Greg Park's Earthsoul Prophesies, is the best yet in the series and an engaging read. Greg weaves an exciting plot that pits his main character, Jace Farimor against insurmountable odds, and yet makes Jace's rise to prominence and power believable. I loved this book, not only because the author is my cousin and I'm supposed to say that, but I was completely drawn into this fantasy word and found myself routing for the forces of good with Jace at their lead.
Epic fantasy in the best tradition. Can get a little repetitive and the author could work on avoiding repetition in his description (a pregnant woman was referred to as having a "hard mound" of a stomach countless times). But overall, a great coming-of-age fantasy about a world in peril, filled with goodies and badies that you'll be glad to follow.
The Best Yet in the Earthsoul prophecies Children of Ta'Shaen is an incredible novel with an ending that will leave you begging for more (which I did by the way) set in and stunnig world with its own colorful history and unique Character. This is a Must read for all fans of fantasy and adventure novels alike,
Greg Park is my Japanese and English teacher which made this book one of the hardest books to do a book commercial on.It would have received a five star except it contained a lot of violence and unnecessary detail. (Specially around the beginning in a village with demon priests and priestesses.)
This was a great book. Even though the story is taking place in several different locations I never felt like the story was choppy or jumped around too much. I was eager to read about the events where ever the story took me. Can't wait for Book 4.
I really enjoy this series and thought this book was excellent. There was more emotion and tension in this one and it definitely kept me engaged in reading.
Nice cliffhanger! very good read :)
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