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Gloves of Eons by Andrew D Meredith

Summary: Factions rise — Zeal ignites — Bells toll Hanen and Rallia Clouw find themselves between power hungry factions and must choose which tools to take up to reach their goals. With the Rotha revealed to be a thinking, breathing being, Katiam Borreau must tread carefully and choose her allies wisely. Ousted from their western holdings, the Paladins of the Hammer retreat to the west to face new and old intrigue set against them. Made the unwitting messenger of dark gods, Seriah Yaledít seeks solace in the road, fleeing from blind panic gnawing at her mind. Dark tools forged, scale...

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Character Deep Dive: Dane Marric of the Kallattian Saga

Next week I will review what was likely one of the most anticipated books of the year for me, Andrew D Meredith’s Gloves of Eons. While I am still deeply impressed with Andrew’s writing and the world he has created, there is something I think needs to be addressed. That is the absolute brilliance of one character—Dane Marric. If you’ve read the Kallattian Saga at all, you probably wonder if I’ve gone crazy. Hear me out.  Dane is a fantastic character exactly because he is who he is. Terrible. He’s an awful human being, and I hate him. But I...

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Deathless Beast/Bone Shroud by Andrew D Meredith

Summary Deathless Best Fates intertwine – Pantheon calls – Darkness grows Far too many blame their own bad luck on Hanen and Rallia Clouw. When opportunity knocks, they leap to put their past behind them. In the turmoil of a holy order fraught with lies, frustration, and heresy, the paladin Jined Brazstein is called to deeper faith. When Katiam takes up a seemingly ageless seed pod from a botanist’s desk, she cannot guess at the change it will bring. While life stirs within that seed, while the path to deeper faith beckons, while there is coin to be made upon...

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