The Unfading Heiress (Soul Switch Trilogy)
By Walter Dinjos
Published: Feb. 05, 2013
Words: 124,903 (approximate)
Language: British English
The worst thing that could happen to a ghost is stumbling upon a reason to be alive again. In the case of late Princess Arengel, love is that reason.
In a land where death transcends time and space, a Ghostly War is being raged against the living. Late King Eldorman has the power to end this war, but he wants justice for his beautiful murdered daughter Arengel.
However, Arengel’s destiny lies once again with the living, when she falls in love with Adel, a lowly Earmburgian. Finally, the prophecy of The Man with the Red Aureole will come to pass, but Arengel needs an earthly body to fulfill it.
The journey that Adel must take to help Arengel will not only test his strengths to the limit but also that of his close friendship with Jeofren, a fellow Earmburgian. It is a race against time through dark and magical landscapes, and even when the task seems fruitless, Adel must see it through to the end.
The Unfading Heiress is ultimately a story of ghostly love, human greed, friendship and honour set amid a raging war between the realm of the living and the realm of the dead.
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on March 10, 2013 :
I found this to be a good read, but then again I have a soft spot for the magical and mystical side of the emotional beings that are and have been, whether real or imagined. I'd recommend it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)