Worlds Unseen

Rated 4.75/5 based on 9 reviews
The Council for Exploration Into Worlds Unseen believed there was more to reality than the Empire had taught them—but when they came a little too close to the truth, tragedy ended their work, leaving the terrifying and beautiful world behind their own still hidden.
As he lays dying forty years later, one of the last Council members entrusts an ancient relic to an orphaned young woman. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 85,430
Language: English
ISBN: 9780973959147
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: Alex Brightsmith on May 18, 2014 :
Set in an evocatively imagined, not quite Victorian, world of steam trains, swordsticks and strange abilities, a compelling cast begins to come together.
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Review by: Larry Crow on May 31, 2013 :
As a "jumping off" point, the book blended a variety of ethnic groups into a whole. Following a preferred "end of the world" plot, Ms. Thomson gave us good characters and plenty of mystery.
The book was fun and made me want to read the other two books.
Good stuff.
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Review by: Ysa Rivas on May 24, 2013 :
Really enjoyed this book, and I'm looking forward to reading others by Rachel Starr Thomson!
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Review by: Jimmy Patterson on March 16, 2013 : (no rating)
fantasy at its best. pros are great characters and plot, fluent writing and ending. no cons of this fantasy its just pure entertainment.
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Review by: Red Jackson on March 07, 2013 :
This was a great read. Rachel Starr Thomson is a wonderful story teller.
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Review by: Emerson Johns on Jan. 18, 2013 :
I've been looking for something of superior quality on this site for quite some time, and have found it. While I'm not a massive fan of the CS Lewis-like religious overtones here, I am an enormous fan of well thought out, compelling and often musical prose. I can find little fault in Worlds Unseen, and I applaud you for it.

What you have here is a masterpiece. Thank you for giving it to me for free.
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Review by: Mark Stewart on June 06, 2011 :
Worlds Unseen was an excellent read with a great start. Well done.
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Review by: Shelby Mosley on Feb. 21, 2011 :
I loved it. i recommend it for people to read it. i could hardly put it down....
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Review by: Cat L on Jan. 28, 2011 :
A really excellent and well thought out and crafted fantasy novel.

A tale of an Empire that oppresses it's people and the revolutionaries that are rising to take it down. It has many likeable and believable characters and there is definitely an air of mysticism about the story.

Included in the tale are magic creatures, mystically gifted people and magic.

I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it highly. I'm going to buy the second two books as soon as I am able.
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