Saturday, December 8, 2012

"The Tide of Unmaking" by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper - A Book Review

    Seven years have passed since the Lords of Berinfell - Tommy, Kat, Jimmy, Johnny, Autumn, and Kiri Lee - watched the horror of Vesper Crag wash away, as well as their fallen kinsman, Jett Green. But with Grimwarden in exile, the realm of Berinfell finds itself ill-equipped to weather the coming storms.
    Kiri Lee begins to whisper of ghostly visitations. Taeva, Princess of the Taladrim, desperately seeks out the Elves of Berinfell to rescue her kingdom. And the genocidal Drefid Lord Asp launches his campaign to conquer Allyra. And Earth. But far worse still is a consuming terror on the horizon: an unstoppable force that threatens to devour all creation and all hope.
    Nations will crumble, loyalties will be tested, and even the might of Berinfell's Lords may not be enough to stem...

    The Tide of Unmaking is the stunning conclusion to The Berinfell Prophecies. Sir Batson, and Sir Hopper have done it again! They've woven the depth of world-building that you see in The Lord of the Rings with the spiritual wholesomeness of The Chronicles of Narnia and the action and adventure of, well... every action-packed novel/movie out there! And even better was that it was doused with heart-warming humor! I could not put this book down and found myself reading late into the night to finish it.
    I was sad when I came to the conclusion of the Lords' story, for my journey along with them had come to a close.
    This book is truly a fantastic read for fantasy lovers of all ages, containing no inappropriate content, nor any foul language. The violence did arise a notch, but, according to my standards, should not be too much to worry about, though younger readers may be slightly disgusted. (beheadings, stabbings, sword fights, etc...)
    I look forward to reading more stories by both authors!

5 of 5 stars!

Endurance and victory!

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