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    The gods answer to no one. Kole Reyna plans to change that.

    When a war between ancient Sages threatens the world, Kole resolves to kill them once and for all. Not just for the Emberfolk he has sworn to protect, but for the mother he lost at the Sages' corrupt hands.

    As the need for vengeance threatens to consume him, Kole struggles to control his inner fire, the fiercest flames to burn within an Ember warrior in generations. 

    With his people hanging on the precipice, he must discover the limits of the one power he fears above all else. 

    His own.

    NB: This is a republished edition of the previously titled Valley of Embers. The new edition contains an extended ending and fresh editing.

    ©2021 Steven Kelliher (P)2021 Monolith Books

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    • 06/04/2021

    excellent performance and a solid story

    I really enjoyed this book and especially the performance. The story was unique and engaging and I look forward to the character development that appears to deepen the second book. I also enjoy the fact that this book is just the beginning and appears to be weaving a much larger story.

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    • 21/03/2021

    Tolkien meets Miyazaki indeed ...

    A truly unique epic fantasy that blends eastern and classic western epic fantasy traditions, with an elemental magic system and a huge cast of characters. This one isn't just about a dude with fire swords. There's a lot more than meets the eye. Well worth investing the time, and I think it's only going to get bigger from here.

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    • Alex Knight
    • 21/03/2021

    Epic fantasy that lives up to the name!

    Epic in scale with addicting characters and awesome magic. Really can't ask for much more!

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    • Eric
    • 20/03/2021

    Hell yeah

    Just fantastic. Both the story and the narration are absolutely epic—Peter Kenny is incredible. Great dialogue, awesome prose, stunning scope. Fantastic work! Bring on the next!

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    • 09/04/2021

    dreary

    The voice actor doesn't have a bad voice but his rhythm and tone grate on my nerves, it's always a bit too fast and a bit too monotone.

    Character interactions are stilted and unorganic, especially conversations/discussions can change directions so fast and without any reason that they're hard to follow and can rip the reader/listener out of the flow of the story.
    Characters overall are extremly dreary without a big selection of secondary character traits wich makes it hard to differentiate between most characters. Most characters can almost entirely be categorized by a slider from "resigned, sad and dreary" to "angry, sad and dreary".
    I also don't understand why these ppl are so afraid of other ppl with strong flame powers, the leader can just put them in a place where they don't endanger other ppl or important structures and then they can let loose without any problems.

    The whole world building is hampered by too much irrelevant information in the exposition dumps while important things like their governing body are not explained at all, one has to try to piece together clues throughout the story to get a muddled picture of the structure.

    In short I don't like this story.