Seed of Hope

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The General's retirement has been cut short. The King has called him back to seek the Ark and return it to its people. Old and powerful enemies will not only threaten Martinez's mission, but the life of a loved one will hang in the balance. Order must be restored, yet only the little Holy man can understand the truth; a prophesy he cannot yet share. More

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About Fiona Tarr

If you are an open minded person of faith, philosophy or sociology then you and I will likely have a lot in common. I enjoy listening to and discussing different perspectives on life, love, faith and hope and love writing fantasy which is fast paced and thought provoking.

I am a small business owner, wife, mum, advocate, mentor and entrepreneur. When I am not writing I am either kitesurfing, stand up paddle surfing, travelling or volunteering in some capacity. I love cheese, chocolate and living a creative life.

I plan on releasing a new fantasy novel every year for as long as I possibly can and I always appreciate legitimate feedback so please don't forget to review my work when you have read it.

It turns out writing is in the blood. My Great Uncle was George Johnston (My Brother Jack) and although I don't claim to have his renowned literary style, I do write a mean fantasy novel.

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Ratajczak reviewed on Aug. 2, 2015

I was so excited when this author finally released her second book Seed of Hope.
Her first book was like a guilty sin and her second literary contribution has notched up my penance quota.
I highly anticipated where she was going to take these characters and I was not disappointed. My favourite characters Martinez and Francesca now have rivals in two new characters she has introduced. Don’t worry no spoiler alerts here.
I particularly enjoyed the spiritual elements of the characters. Ms Tarr has clearly done her research in esoteric matters, and integrates these principals into her characters.
You can feel the growth of Ms Tarr as an author as this book flows at a faster pace
I can’t wait for the next installment.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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