Prophecy's Ruin

Prophecy s Ruin For a millennium the lands of Fenvarrow and Kainordas have been at war ever since the gods of shadow and light broke the Great Well of Souls In absence of victory a stalemate persists until a prophec

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  • Title: Prophecy's Ruin
  • Author: Sam Bowring
  • ISBN: 9780733624339
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback
  • For a millennium the lands of Fenvarrow and Kainordas have been at war, ever since the gods of shadow and light broke the Great Well of Souls In absence of victory a stalemate persists until a prophecy foretells of a child of power who will destroy the balance forever.Mages from two lands race to claim the newborn But in a ferocious battle of magic fought over the baby,For a millennium the lands of Fenvarrow and Kainordas have been at war, ever since the gods of shadow and light broke the Great Well of Souls In absence of victory a stalemate persists until a prophecy foretells of a child of power who will destroy the balance forever.Mages from two lands race to claim the newborn But in a ferocious battle of magic fought over the baby, his very soul is being ripped apart,leaving two boys in its wake Each side seizes a child,uncertain whether they now possess the one capable of victory.Bel grows to be a charismatic though troubled warrior, Losara an enigmatic and thoughtful mage Both are strong, yet incomplete As they struggle to discover their destinies, each must ask the ultimate question will he, one day, have to face himself

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    1. This book is a very good read if you stick it out to the end, which i highly recommend you do!As the book picks up steam, it just gets better and better. The enjoyment of the story increases as we learn and remember more of the back-story of both the world that is Prophecy's Ruin and the characters that reside within it. The maturing (aging) of the two main characters is the key highlight of the book due to the fact that they become exponentially more interesting the further in you read. The beg [...]

    2. This was going to be a 3* review, but then I thought the ending was so baffling and confusing, I had to take a star off.There were some good ideas in this, some cool concepts that could have gone somewhere really interesting, but it got so bogged down in unnecessary scenes and details that it all got lost along the way. Whole scenes and chapters could have been removed and made no difference to the story. Some characters made decisions that seemed wholly out of character compared to the rest of [...]

    3. I loved this book so much. I also hated it so much too. I can't believe I picked up such a good read on a whim and it turned out to be one in a trilogy. Moreover, I couldn't believe I picked it up so quickly after it being published that I have to wait to next year for the next one.I read the blurb for this book a few times before I purchased it.A prophecy spoken years ago foretells of a Child of Power who will be born. He will have blue hair and he will destroy the balance forever. The child ha [...]

    4. It started with a brutal battle of magic and wit between mage Elessa and undead soul Fazal over the right to claim the blue haired boy who’d lead them to victory and shape their sides’ destiny. Corlas – the father could do nothing but watch as his newborn’s soul was torn in two by the Gods will through lightning strike leaving each of Kainordas (light) and Fenvarrow (dark) a powerful future leader. Whilst more bloodthirsty than not, PROPHECY'S RUIN did have a healthy dose of humor to sof [...]

    5. Magic Twins. Magic twins who are technically the same person but split into their 'light' and 'dark' sides. Magic twins with bright blue hair.Was there any possibility that I wouldn't love this book?Actually, yes. The story gets off to a slow start and you really have to battle to get your head wrapped around the world and its mythology and such. But it's totally worth it! From the time the boys are running around as children this story takes off. Not gonna lie, though, kind of wanted to punch B [...]

    6. I read this book in the space of about 5 days. I couldn't put it down. I'll admit, the cover did attract me to this book and the blurb just bettered my first impression of it. The idea for this story is very original and it was good to read something with a different kind of plot to it. The characters all differed from one another and you couldn't help but love them. I look forward to reading the next two books :)

    7. Really good fantasy series beginning with an interesting twist on the hero concept. The second book would be worth reading. Also, Australian author. Yay!

    8. Light and Dark have been forcibly separated and the two forces pursue an endless war for dominance. A prophecy announces that a boy with blue hair will end the bloodshed. When this child is finally born both the light and dark are looking for him. Two warring mages discover him and in the massive battle that follows they tear the child’s soul in half, creating two blue haired boys – but which is the prophecised hero?I loved this concept. Blue-hair touches on my anime/manga affections, twins [...]

    9. What a thoroughly enjoyable read. A magic system that is not the whole story yet is the whole story. A new world with a lot of different characters and species, good and bad. Bel and Losara, two brothers who have somehow had their soul divided by magical means no less. Who is the Darker brother and who is the brother that will fight for the light? That is a question that I have been pondering the entire first book. Are the right brothers really fighting on the "proper" sides of good and evil. Go [...]

    10. I think it's a fantastic read. It took a while to get my head around where the author was going in the first few chapters, as characters kept dying and I found difficult to forsee how they will fit into the plot later. I've noticed a few people mention similar issues in their reviews, but I can only recommend people persist, as the story definitely develops to draw you in further as the main characters develop. The characters themselves are far from ordinary, they do things you don't expect them [...]

    11. This is a beautifully wrought book, with a plot woven impeccably neatly in a way it is both interesting and every part is vital in some way, without being rushed. There is an excellent range of characters, with a charmingly unreliable narration to tie them together.It really brought to mind the idea of Nature Vs Nurture, and I found it intriguing that the Hero of Shadows was the one I found to be more genuinely caring and thoughtful, whereas the Hero of Light was brash and less aware of the impa [...]

    12. The writing of the book was excellent and the plot was very unique and interesting however I felt that the plot was carried out in such a way that the book felt dragged out and long. Now looking back on my reading experience I cannot remember much of the book other than the important bits and fighting/action scenes. The rest just seemed to be a bit of a waste of time. This book is the first in a trilogy (I have NOT read any more of the series) but I felt as though a lot more could have been adde [...]

    13. I got up to page 100 and gave up. The blurb was enticing, and the cover supported my interest, however I struggled to stay attentive as the book progressed. Each time I picked it up, I found myself in a remote world, however this only came about after reading quite a few pages, and left after a paragraph or so. I found it impossible to remember what had happened in the previous chapter every time I went to read it again, making the story-linedifficult to understand. I also found myself being put [...]

    14. I was given this book by my sister and had it around for a few weeks before I actually started it. After that I just couldn't put it down, I really enjoyed it and thought it was very creative and original plot. I loved the division of the character and think it will lead to very interesting aspects in the second and third books. It has very exciting characters and is just a relaxing book that takes your imagination to very distant places.The only problem now is the wait for the next 2 books. gre [...]

    15. FantasticThis was a different type of book than I normally read but sometimes I like to step outside my box and discover new authors and new exciting things. This book is a very well written magical fantasy that you have to really stay alert and on top of. Definitely not a skim the page read. You have to pay attention to know what you are reading. Great storyline and characters.

    16. Wonderful book.Characterisation is fantastic, couldn't help but empathise with the two protagonists.I especially liked the character of Isiaah, Bowring's constructed a trully malicious personality. I couldn't help but read his storyline with interest.I enjoyed this book immensely and encourage anyone to read it.Be warned! You will be sucked in to it!

    17. Interesting premise. The story and plot is steadily laid out. As it's in the fantasy realm, it does have cliches, although not necessarily predictable (see here: civilianreader.wordpress/), it is nonetheless enjoyable.Also contains plot twists at certain moments.

    18. Excellent book, took me 3 nights to read it because I just couldn't put it down :) Loved the detail that was put into the main characters, their lives, feelings and personalities were very rich and detailed but also very believable.

    19. I was gifted this book as a Christmas present and otherwise may have never looked twice at it although I really enjoyed it. I will now be seeking out the second of the series as soon as it is out as it has a gripping ending that you just want to know more. Worth the read!!!

    20. I learnt about Sam Bowring's other series, Strange Threads, when I picked up book 1 at an op shop and devoured it in one day. Book 1 in the Broken Well series is just an good. Excuse me while I go buy book 2.

    21. A 2.5 star book. It kept me entertained on the train, but not overly interested in the characters. Some flashback sequences dragged on a bit and could have used a harsher edit to keep the story on track.

    22. A breathe of fresh air, I only wish I had the rest of these fantastic books. Never fear though; soon, very soon I'll have them all for my own, AND. I . CANNOT. WAIT.

    23. Very slow to start, gathers pace towards the end.Won't be reading the remaining books - did not hold my interest well enough and I feel that the story could have been wrapped in 1

    24. This book was free for kindle and I'm glad I read to the end. It is typical fantasy, introduction of a new world and its history so it can be confusing at first but it is good and well worth it.

    25. Definately a must have for fantasy readers! Loved the story, never got bored and couldn't put it down until I'd completed the series.

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