Coming Day

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
After rescuing the Gypsies from destruction, the warrior farmers of Pravik have returned home. But peace proves as dangerous as war—confined to the city and surrounded on all sides by enemies, they risk starving to death.

When emissaries arrive inviting the Ploughman to form an alliance with the Empire, he has no choice but to respond. More

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Words: 100,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9780986597107
About Rachel Starr Thomson

Rachel Starr Thomson is a writer, indie publisher, and editor. She's the author of the Seventh World Trilogy and other novels and short stories.

Rachel is a homeschool graduate, a dweller in southern Canada, a lover of long walks, good books, hot tea, and rich fellowship, and a counter-cultural revolutionary who thinks we'd all be much better off if we pitched our television sets out the nearest window.

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Review by: Larry Crow on May 31, 2013 :
Raced through this one quickly to learn how it "all" ended. The plotting was very well done - leading the reader to the next characters resolution to the problems presented.
I was pleased the two main characters fulfilled their promise and that the others introduced had equal "billing" and action.
Pleasant ending to the series - despite some of the "failures" of a few characters.
Simply a good story. All the books (a trilogy) should be read to enjoy the impact of the theme.

I, too, have a trilogy started with two books available on Smashwords - The Young Shall Inherit and The Young Shall Endure. Hopefully, you find these engaging. The stories are similar to the theme of Ms. Thomson's Seventh World Trilogy.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Christine Gray on May 12, 2011 : (no rating)
I thoroughly enjoyed this book which was the third in the trilogy. However I wished that the ending had been different.I wished that the king had come back to stay and rule.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Terry Conrad on April 30, 2011 : (no rating)
I purchased the first book in this series "Worlds Unseen". It was a free download from Barnes and Noble for my Nook Color. The first few pages I wasn't sure, then I was hooked. I immediately purchased the second book in the series and read it in 4 days. Barnes and Noble did not have the third book in the series "Coming Day". I noticed at the end of the second book that I could visit Smashwords for more by this author, so this is where I found the third book. This series is excellent. Not a short quick read, but a book with a lot going on and all very indepth and well written. I loved it. No extreme violence and "R" rated material to try and get your attention, but good substance and characters. If I find another fantasy by this author I would purchase it immediately.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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