Miniseries: Quest, Book 3
Series: Chronicles of the Seventh Realm, Book 4
An orphaned boy, uncontrollable magic, and a destiny to recover a nation’s honor.
Ren has a knack for ending up imprisoned.
Not what he envisioned when he embarked on his journey to the Sapphire Nation, but jail gave him time to think about his misadventure.
Ren’s only hope for getting out of jail and attending the sorcerer’s exam, rests with two thieves he barely knows. They got him into this mess, but can they get him out?
The bigger question is ‘Can Ren even pass?’
Will he make it?
We’re back in Ren’s world, and he finds himself still in a bad situation. With the test just a day away he finds himself still in jail, but Shaya is working on the outside to get him freed though so he doesn’t miss his opportunity. As the test starts we get a look at a now more grown up version of the twins Adaku and Abaze who are also taking the test. In the end five are chosen to join the Amethyst Nation to begin their training. Will Ren thrive? Will Shaya’s clan survive until the next time of daggers? I guess we’ll have to wait and see what happens as the series continues. I would recommend this book
Ren’s Tale drew me in from the first sentence. I love the use of prologues. The characters are well thought out and the action is not forced anywhere. Emotions are spot on for everyone in each scenario. I truly can’t wait for the next installment of Ren’s Tale. Off to read Akio’s!
Chronicles of the Seventh Realm, is a broad story consisting of multiple point of voice characters, as they struggle to discover the Truth about their world, Fencura. A distant world, divided by power, magic, and technology. The citizens are doing their best to survive, unaware of the horrors lurking overhead.
For fans of epic fantasies who want to see the genre pushed beyond the scopes of medieval Europe. Each bitesize epic book, captures the story of a key figure in the world of Fencura. Saved for prosperity by the unnamed chronicler.