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A Ring Realms Novel: Shaladen Chronicles Book 2: Anvil of Sorrow
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A Ring Realms Novel: Shaladen Chronicles Book 2: Anvil of Sorrow

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Humans long to realize their own potential and some struggle each day to grasp even the smallest fraction of what they could and should be. Corim Vale, the fighting sage, struggles to be a better man, not only for himself but in order to help the less fortunate in the world. An educator, warrior and adventurer, Corm had a gentle heart and a thirst for the unknown. Little does he suspect, the unknown is about to find him and kick him in the teeth...

Saving the collapsing timeline cost Corim Vale his right arm and half of his soul, proving that the best of intentions can lead one to the abyss. In Corim's case, literally. 

For the Protectorate, things have gone as wrong as they can go. Meridian Arcturan's attempt to destroy time has left Eternity's chronology scrambled. The near catastrophe has left Aarlen Frielos, the Shael Dal's most skilled time diver, her mate Beia, and three of the powerful Crescent Moon band soul-lost and comatose. To restore them, Corim needs to retrieve Aarlen's missing spiritual essence. Finding the lost soul is simple. Getting it back from the death goddess who stole it that might offer a bit of a challenge... 

As a newly appointed gamma class Protectorate enforcer, Corim has no choice but to hit the chronology running as Eternity is besieged by marauding aliens, Kriar insurgencies, and mad wizards who simply refuse to die. If that wasn't enough to deal with, the mind patterns of an ancient magestrix are inexorably overwhelming his body...

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  • John M Huzinecon (Amazon customer)
    Aug 16, 2017, 03:34
    Another great addition to the series

    I am constantly amazed that this series doesn't top the charts. I don't know any other author able to so seamlessly merge magic and technology. I also love his fresh look at mythology. Like the rest of his books, this doesn't disappoint. The action is fast paced, the characters believable, and the dialogue great.
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