Emperors and Exiles, Into Norwood

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For the last ten years, Bishop Oirion Hennen has been struggling to pick up the pieces of his life after having been lost for a year with no memory of what happened to him. When he and his partner are called to Brosten and asked to investigate a series of murders, things begin to unravel. His paranoid restlessness is soon proved to be well founded. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 113,330
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301574230
About Angela MacDonald

After struggling with dyslexia through grade school Angela began homeschooling in 8th grade. For an assignment for creative writing she learned a new love for words. Unhindered by the "rules" she started to write and never stopped. The trilogy of Princes and Priests she originally wrote as a single book when she was 16. That was followed by Emperors and Exiles as another book. However, the confines of binding costs demanded she break them down into trilogies. She decided to stay as true to story and the original style of writing as possible and set to edits. With the help of a few good friends and her mother the books have found new life. This series is just the first to emerge from boxes of notebooks filled and kept, since being a teenager. She hopes by getting her stories out there she can offer hope and inspiration to other who struggle with the "rules" and challenges that might seem a hindrance. Let nothing stand in the way of your dreams.

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Review by: Karen Gubbins on Aug. 25, 2013 :
This is the fourth book in the series. It brings with it some characters from the first three books, and introduces some new ones. The new characters interesting and fit into the style already created. The plot moves at a good pace and is engaging. It leads the reader to want to read the next in the series! There are a couple of typos and grammatical errors, but again, they do not detract from the story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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