Life Descending (The Cry of Havoc, Book 1)
By John Hennessy
Published: July 04, 2012
Words: 143,160 (approximate)
Tom Navo, a loyal Scout for the Northern Army, seeks to live out a peaceful life with his family. As chaos threatens the continent, Tom's imagined life becomes more of a fanciful illusion. A journey home soon becomes a fight for his life, facing challenges that he never could have conceived even in his most twisted nightmares, not just for his own sake, but for the survival of all . . .
War, plague, and mad kings promise to rip the world of Leterra asunder.
With the memories of a loyal Scout for the Northern Army, Tom Navo endures to wrap up one last brutal assignment, with dreams of living out a peaceful life with his family. As chaos threatens the continent, his imagined life becomes more of a fanciful illusion. A journey home soon becomes a fight for his life, a search for a mysterious and powerful relic only rumored to exist, and a firsthand account of how greed and delusion can make humans do the unspeakable. Surrounded by the most unlikely of friends, Tom faces challenges that he never could have conceived of even in his most twisted nightmares, not just for his own sake, but for the survival of an entire world, whose future teeters perilously on the brink of doom . . . before all life descends into shadow.
, epic fantasy
, book 1
, fantasy action adventure
, battles fighting
, fantasy about a wizard
, john hennessy
, life descending
, the cry of havoc
, fantasy about a soldier
, scifi action adventure
, battles and war
, 2nd edition
, the cry of havoc series
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on April 12, 2013 :
This is a pretty good story; very creative. It could use a lot of editing though, since some parts are worded in a way that makes their meaning slightly confusing, and grammatical errors are present throughout.
(reviewed long after purchase)