Black Sapphire

Black Sapphire The world knows their darkest secrets The final battle against Ravana has finally been fought Just as the Oracle predicted everything is different And yet two worlds are still tottering on the brink

  • Title: Black Sapphire
  • Author: Ashley Mayers
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The world knows their darkest secrets The final battle against Ravana has finally been fought Just as the Oracle predicted, everything is different And yet, two worlds are still tottering on the brink of utter annihilation The deadliest prophecies are aligning, and Kali, the god of the apocalypse, is on the loose As governments actively hunt the Rakshasas of Venus, anThe world knows their darkest secrets The final battle against Ravana has finally been fought Just as the Oracle predicted, everything is different And yet, two worlds are still tottering on the brink of utter annihilation The deadliest prophecies are aligning, and Kali, the god of the apocalypse, is on the loose As governments actively hunt the Rakshasas of Venus, and millions of humans succumb to the devastating consequences of Earth s environmental apocalypse, the newest members of the Avatars of Light must ascend to their divine positions to save not one, but two worlds The time has come for the epic to end, but can Supriya and her beloved allies help humanity rise to the occasion to ensure that it is not, in the end, an epic tragedy The ultimate culmination of generations of interwoven narratives, BLACK SAPPHIRE is the seventh and final book of the seven book epic fantasy series, THE SITA CHRONICLES.

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    1. I read all seven books. I love all of them except last. I spent six books for killing Ravana, the vessel of Kali. The connections were awesome. I love God stories with logics which was more than satisfied in all (seven) books.But last book looked like u wanted to finish. Dear such awesome writing and Kali was killed, people convinced, apocalypse happened, solved, the Creator's marriage, return of Vibhishana and Shanti, and many more things happened in only one book. That's unfair to us readers.C [...]

    2. I will be honest the seven part series was tiring to read but the plot was good in the end. Many twists and turns and good linking. The author obviously is talented with story lines. However the writing is still irritating. Repeats of the same exact words. Swoosh and whooshed and segue seem to be the authors favourites. And no one ever just cried. Everyone violently cried silently There is space for improvement in the writing style. But yes overall great story to tell and glad I persevered. Unsu [...]

    3. The final book in the Sita Chronicles managed to tie up many loose ends in the narrative. The paralells drawn between real-life and life in the Sita chronicles was at times too reminiscient of real life to be comfortable. the comparisons between Richard Morgan and Donald Trump are obvious. On the topic of Richard Morgan, I would have liked to see a less Donald Trump-ish villian. As a series, there was so many twists and turns, it's a rollercoaster. The characters in the final book bare only a sl [...]

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