Suriax

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If it was legal to kill, would you? Suriax and Aleria were sister cities, separated by the Therion River. Both were founded on a strict observance of the law, but they could not have been more different. For King Veritan founded Suriax on the teachings of Venerith, the Corruptor, a god of laws devoid of morality. In Suriax there is no "right" or "wrong." There is only "legal" or "illegal. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Published by Amanda McLain-Young
Published: May 20, 2012
Words: 44,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476453842
About Amanda Young

Amanda Young (a.k.a. A.D. McLain) is a writer of Paranormal Romance (specifically werewolf romances) and Fantasy. She currently resides in Louisiana, where she is married to her soulmate, Raymond.

Raymond Young Jr.was born in New Orleans, LA. He lived in St. Bernard Parish, East of New Orleans for over 20 years before moving to Covington, LA in 2005 following Hurricane Katrina. Ray graduated from the University of New Orleans in January 2007 with a degree in Geology, but he has also been an artist for most of his life.

You can see his art at www.goblinjester.webs.com

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Reviews

Review by: Cyn Bagley on Oct. 22, 2012 : star star star star star
The laws of killing are different in Suriax. The follow the laws of Venerith, the "Corrupt God." When the queen, who had committed patricide, discovers there is another sibling who could challenge for the throne, she pledges herself and her city to Venerith. Kern, a flame guard, is caught in a situation that would destroy him.

This story although contains elves and magic is really about the important of laws and justice.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Betty McLain on June 12, 2012 : star star star star star
I enjoyed my trip into the world of Ondar. The cities of Suriax and Aleria are very different but strangly alike. Kern is a great character. I will be looking forward to his further adventures with his friends, Marcy and Thomas. I am sure that they will provide us with some delightful and thrilling tales. This is a very easy reading book and I enjoyed it very much.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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