The Face of Destiny - The Third Book of the Shards of Heaven

Rated 4.67/5 based on 4 reviews
Can things get any worse for Jorden Miles? Well the answer to that is yes, unfortunately. This time Helen has gone to far in her quest for the ultimate knowledge of the reality of the shards, and this time with even more tragic results. She will leave Maeruna, this time forever. Jorden too plans to leave it all behind, but thanks to Helen, that is going to be a lot harder than he would like. More

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Words: 128,970
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466030015
About Amos T. Fairchild

Amos T. Fairchild is a farmer, writer, dog collector and destroyer of worlds too numerous to mention who is currently based in blissful and often cyclone ravaged northern Queensland, Australia. Born in April 1962 and author of several novels and short stories, he is currently documenting several significant events in a number of parallel dimensions over a period of some seventy-three million standard years and releasing the details in an ebook format of your choice.

Email: tim@bcs4me.com

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Review by: Paul Vanderloos on Nov. 13, 2011 :
Amos T. (Tim) Fairchild takes you on a rollercoaster ride in The Face of Destiny. In a series of thrilling dips and startling turns, Tim takes you and his ever-suffering character Jorden through a topsy-turvy ride through shard worlds that each have a piece of the puzzle that is Jorden's life after it was shattered into a confusing collection of bits scattered throughout thousands of years. Jorden can be forgiven in wondering what is or is not real, but he takes it in his stride, through tragedy, humour, romance and dire circumstances that threaten to end his life ... or is it lives? In his third book in the series Shards of Paradise, Tim creates such an intricate web of convolutions that the reader doesn't know what to expect next, but is eager to find out. Once you start reading this book, you can't put on the brakes ... you have to take this ride to its terminus where all the pieces finally come together to surprise you. Mind you, like the rollercoaster, you may have to recover from this dizzying literary run. Great reading!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Paul Vanderloos on Nov. 13, 2011 : (no rating)
Amos T. (Tim) Fairchild takes you on a rollercoaster ride in The Face of Destiny. In a series of thrilling dips and startling turns, Tim takes you and his ever-suffering character Jorden through a topsy-turvy ride through shard worlds that each have a piece of the puzzle that is Jorden's life after it was shattered into a confusing collection of bits scattered throughout thousands of years. Jorden can be forgiven in wondering what is or is not real, but he takes it in his stride, through tragedy, humour, romance and dire circumstances that threaten to end his life ... or is it lives? In his third book in the series Shards of Paradise, Tim creates such an intricate web of convolutions that the reader doesn't know what to expect next, but is eager to find out. Once you start reading this book, you can't put on the brakes ... you have to take this ride to its terminus where all the pieces finally come together to surprise you. Mind you, like the rollercoaster, you may have to recover from this dizzying literary run. Great reading!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Beth Smith on Sep. 02, 2011 :
Excellent book and an very enjoyable series a must read.

This book again finds Jorden lost and up to his neck in trouble.

I Highly Recommended this series.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: SittinDuck91 on Aug. 23, 2011 :
Well this book took Jorden's complications to a new level, and it tied up a few ends as well as made some new ones. :P
I enjoyed the character interactions with Jorden and Helen. This story also brings new and interesting characters like those of the house of Gorgan and aestri Ilkaena-Inealma. You also get to see more of the Shards outside of Maeruna, and even when things seem to calm down Helen finds a way to spice things up.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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