The Dawning of Power trilogy

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Includes all three books. Echoes of the ancients' power are distant memories, tattered and faded by the passage of eons, but that is about to change. A new dawn has arrived. Latent abilities, harbored in mankind's deepest fibers, wait to be unleashed. Ancient evils awaken, and old fears ignite the fires of war. In times such as these, ordinary people have the power to save the world or destroy it.

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 261,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9780981871431
About Brian Rathbone

Brian Rathbone is a horse trainer turned author and creator of The World of Godsland fantasy series, which includes Call of the Herald, Inherited Danger, Dragon Ore, and Regent (Feral and Regal are forthcoming). He is also the author of the Sam Flock novels, a paranormal adventure series that begins with Lure.

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Review by: Carol on Jan. 20, 2012 :
The lead character is this book is a teen, along with a number of her friends but this is not really a YA book. It is hard to follow at times with things happening in different places that take a while to tie in.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Pink Maiden on May 05, 2011 :
I thought this book was fantastic. I really enjoyed the characters and the story itself was great. I found myself a few times not being able to put it down. I can't wait to read some of the other books I have from this author.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Lookie Lou on April 04, 2011 :
I loved this book. I hesitate to call it a trilogy just because it was written in 3 parts - it can only be read as one book, but clearly it could be made into a real trilogy - it was that good.

There are a few issues, a lot of the characters back stories need to be fleshed out a lot better. The major 'fights' in the book should also be looked at; they were over too quickly after all the set up.

Looking past all this was a book I could not put down. I couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen next. I couldn't say that so-and-so was going to do this or that. I loved being unsure what was going to happen next. That kept me reading.

Great book, am looking for the next one!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Alex Rendahl on Dec. 14, 2009 :
I really can't recommend this book, even for the young audience it is clearly meant for. The author has some very interesting ideas and it is unfotunate that the creative essense is overshadowed by the choppy writing style. I give it two stars for some creative concepts, but they are heavily peppered with clich├Ęs.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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