Road to Koilatha

Road to Koilatha

A.C. Ellas / Jun 27, 2019

Road to Koilatha For three thousand years the dark servants of the Lord of Night have waged war against the monstrous armies of the Unmaker An ancient prophecy gives them hope of eventual victory but now the underpi

  • Title: Road to Koilatha
  • Author: A.C. Ellas
  • ISBN: 9781771112383
  • Page: 380
  • Format: ebook
  • For three thousand years, the dark servants of the Lord of Night have waged war against the monstrous armies of the Unmaker An ancient prophecy gives them hope of eventual victory, but now the underpinnings of their salvation are threatened, for the Unmaker seeks to destroy a central player of the prophecy before he comes into his own Cursed with the rare gift of foresigFor three thousand years, the dark servants of the Lord of Night have waged war against the monstrous armies of the Unmaker An ancient prophecy gives them hope of eventual victory, but now the underpinnings of their salvation are threatened, for the Unmaker seeks to destroy a central player of the prophecy before he comes into his own Cursed with the rare gift of foresight, high priest S Rak suffers a series of visions showing the same man dying a hundred different deaths To save the ancient prophecy, S Rak is duty bound to travel to a sun kingdom and, if necessary, give his life to defend this unknown prince.

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    1. After reading the very helpful and enlightening prequel to this series, ‘Winter Solstice’, I was looking forward to beginning the epic fantasy journey of the ‘Dark Servant’ series that lies ahead. This first book gives a lot more background about the religion of the Lord of the Night and their fight against the as-of-yet mysterious Unmaker and his powerful, monstrous army. There is a prophecy about a way that victory can be attained, but it won’t be easy and based on S’Rak’s vision [...]


    2. I don't think I reveal anything in this review that would ruin reading the book for others; however I do mention some details however nothing that is treated as a surprise or reveal in the book. it is true that some comments I have made may make little sense unless you have read the book and can put them into context since I wrote them assuming a certain knowledge of those that have read it.Reading this 1st installment of the Dark Servant series I felt I had to give it only 3 stars because while [...]


    3. I found the beginning if the book difficult to get into, but as the story progressed I began to enjoy it and feel that this is definitely a series I want to follow.The beginning of this story was very confusing for me with lots of winged creatures, different characters and different kinds of relationships. It took me time to understand the world building. I think the story would have been helped by a prologue which introduced the world and characters. The series now has a prequel which will hope [...]


    4. FUll review here: thetbrpile.weebly/1/post/2I thoroughly enjoyed the world being built in this book. The fantasy elements - magic, Gods and Goddesses, and the good vs. evil battle being played out in the background all added to my enjoyment. I also liked the discussion had between the two priests about slavery and how the dichotomy of Day and Night was not the same as good vs. evil. I also have my suspicions on who the villain is, but the ending of the story was abrupt and did not feel satisfyin [...]


    5. Huh.My impression of the book is different from the impression I got from the blurb.It was really stilted at first and everything seemed really gimmicky, but damn if there isn't a lot of angst-fodder.I was able to get used to the rhythm of the narration, though, so it's okay, I guess?Yeah, I guess I liked it.



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