Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Book Review: Tarinel's Song by Ron Glick


The world will end with the sounding of Tarinel's Song - or so the prophecy claims. Yet when the prophecy is fulfilled and the world continues on, it becomes clear that there is more to the prophecy than is commonly known.

The fate of the world rests upon the shoulders of mismatched individuals drawn towards what seems to be the center of the crisis - a city at the heart of an empire, sealed off by magic beyond even the power of the Gods to control. But even if they are able to overthrow an unknown power within the city walls, will they be able to put an end to the chaos this harbinger portends?


My Review

If you enjoy a good, old fashioned fantasy quest, then Tarinel's Song is a can't miss. Join a band of mismatched individuals, each embarking upon their on separate quests leading to the same action packed conclusion.

Mages. Elves. Gods. Tarinel's Song has all this and more. When a sacred and powerful object is used by a corrupt man to usurp the throne of Mardania, the kingdom's only hope lies with a group of unlikely heroes. But can mortals hope to accomplish what the gods themselves cannot?

With a complex plot, a fascinating set of characters, and a beautifully detailed world, Tarinel's Song is a deeply engrossing story from start to finish. What begins as several ongoing stories, neatly wraps in the end while still leaving enough open questions to entice readers to continue the journey with the sequel, Immortal's Discord. Fans of classis epic fantasy are sure enjoy this tale of adventure and magic.


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