The Dawning of Power: Call of the Herald - Brian Rathbone Reviews
Description:Genre: Junior Books / Author: Brian Rathbone / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2010-08-17 by White Wolf Press, LLC
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by - written on 19/01/12 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Call Of The Herald is the first in The Dawning Of Power series and single-handedly restores my faith in the free Kindle book on Amazon. Though utilising a plot that is far from original, author Brian Rathbone brings his own unique touch and is able to create a convincing and well developed casdt of characters in a beautifully imagined world! For hundreds of years, magic has been all but lost to the world but legend says that the return to the planet of a school of Comets will herald the arrival of a new age and the dawning of power in one individual who will prevent the Godfist from being invaded. The Zjohns have their own prophecy that says this Herald will ... Read the complete review
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