The Eternal Kingdom

The Eternal Kingdom A nation in fragmentsOn the shores of Yeflam Ayae struggles to keep her people together She acts as liaison between the camp leaders and the immortals who could save them Zaifyr s immortal siblings h

  • Title: The Eternal Kingdom
  • Author: Ben Peek
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 158
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  • A nation in fragmentsOn the shores of Yeflam, Ayae struggles to keep her people together She acts as liaison between the camp leaders and the immortals who could save them Zaifyr s immortal siblings have arrived but they have their own unfathomable agendas and Ayae is caught in their power games An army on the marchHeast has returned to his role as Captain of Refuge,A nation in fragmentsOn the shores of Yeflam, Ayae struggles to keep her people together She acts as liaison between the camp leaders and the immortals who could save them Zaifyr s immortal siblings have arrived but they have their own unfathomable agendas and Ayae is caught in their power games An army on the marchHeast has returned to his role as Captain of Refuge, a mercenary unit that answers the call of lost causes With help from an unexpected source, Heast and his band of mercenaries could turn the tide of war if they live long enough.A world in dangerBueralan Le is trapped in the company of the new god, Se Saera Though he fights to prevent her from unleashing her forces on the world, he is bound by blood to her darkest creation The future of the world may depend on his choices.

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    1. Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.Ben Peek shines in The Eternal Kingdom, the final installment of The Children Trilogy. This story a complex, detailed and imaginative narrative which challenges its readers to keep up, but rewards those who do so.For those not up-to-date with this series, suffice it to say that the preceding two books have chronicled the birth of a new god and the havoc such an event has unleashed across the world. Wars, untold destruction, and the displacement of whole people [...]

    2. I totally, 100% look forward to seeing this book published. It'll be the end of my first ever fantasy trilogy.Publication date is expected to be June 2017. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask them, and thank you all who have enjoyed the series, and come this far. Be sure to tell your friends about it - all the things you all say means more than all the words I can say about it.

    3. A most befitting, satisfying, yet poignant end to an amazing trilogy I have read in the fantasy genre. Ben Peek brings his conclusion to the story in such a elegant way that I was reminded of the ending of LOTR. The Eternal Kingdom isn't a light read though, because it swerves betwixt light and grim-dark, and is epic in scale with tons of worldbuilding that progresses around the plot. It is a slow burner, but don't let that disappoint your it is slow in the sense of slow-roasting meat dripping i [...]

    4. This was a tremendously well written ending to an Epic trilogy.I am thrilled that Ben Peek shared his talent with us. The Eternal Kingdom held up to and improved upon the vastness of his story. There is a richness in the writing that hold true for the entire fully formed trilogy. The depth to the philosophies discussed, and those behind the battles fought and won or lost is breathtaking. I recommend this book and his previous two in the series The Children Trilogy to anyone who desires their fic [...]

    5. I received this as a review copy from the author, at no cost. This is the third and last book in the Children trilogy by Ben Peek. It does not stand on its own because it is building on, drawing together, exploding, and generally messing with ideas and characters from the previous two books. If you enjoy epic fantasy with rather grim repercussions for its characters, detailed world building and surprising twists, then just stop reading now and go grab the earlier books. Seriously, it's worth it [...]

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