Quenching the Flames

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The flames lit by Lodestok and Malekim, that brought the world of Ambros to chaos and grief, still flicker. But Ambros moves steadily and slowly to balance. The flames that consumed the world begin to die and the children upon whom so much depends begin to come to an understanding of who and what they are and their significance. And the warriors must let this world rest. A new order must come. More

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Words: 228,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9780473287191
About Katy Winter

Katy Winter was born in Australia but now lives in New Zealand with her husband and two rescued tabby cats. She attended university, obtaining degrees in English and History - subjects she later taught along with Classical Studies and Drama. Having left teaching she turned her efforts to writing the epic seven volume “Ambrosian Chronicles”, publishing these between 2013 and 2015. Katy’s next book entitled “Jepaul” was published early in 2017. Her latest book entitled "Sephone", was published in 2018.

If you would like to contact Katy, e-mail her at: katyambrosian@gmail.com.

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Review by: ProfessorDuke on Sep. 09, 2015 :
"Quenching the Flames", the penultimate book in the series, starts to bring the threads of the story together. The balance of Ambros moves slowly towards equilibrium and the principal characters towards understanding and enlightenment. Can they adapt to a different world from that which we first saw in "Warlord", and by inference, can we too adapt to a rapidly changing world? Much of Book 6 is devoted to trying to come to terms with that and similar questions. Does Katy Winter provide answers? Perhaps, through her characters - now fully developed - she may give the reader some insights. This reviewer certainly found some food for thought.
(reviewed 39 days after purchase)

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