Monday, June 1, 2015

Branches of Time Ebook Review

The Branches Of Time  is written by Luca Rossi and is a book that is unputdownable! Once you begin reading this book you will never stop until you close the back cover. 

I don't typically like the description on Amazon simply because in my experience I feel they are misleading in some ways. This book though has a wonderful preview on the Amazon page.

Photo compliments of Amazon
"The population of the island of Turios is mercilessly exterminated by the workings of black magic. Only Bashinoir, badly wounded, his wife Lil, and the Priestess Miril have survived. Determined to give their loved ones a worthy burial, the three soon discover that the corpses have disappeared. Their only hope for salvation now lies in the magical protection of the Temple, as sinister threats continue to pursue them. A shadow spreads over their hearts, dividing and destroying them, as their bodies appear to be fading away. Feeling increasingly isolated, Bashinoir watches as the two women grow closer…

In the Kingdom of Isk, wizards and wisemen alike must bow down before the insatiable King Beanor, whose greed for power and war is matched only by his hunger for sex. A young woman he has chosen as his next bride does not, however, wish to surrender her freedom to love and live. Will games and tricks under the sheets turn the tide in a war that has lasted thousands of years? "

This story will captivate you with magic and adventure, you are sure to be swept in after the first few pages. Unlike some stories this one does not start out "slow" when you begin the adventure you begin it from the moment you open the book.

 If you are looking for a new book to read this Summer I recommend picking this one up, you can purchase the book on Amazon for only $3.69.

 What type of books do you enjoy reading? Leave me a comment with your favorite titles or writers I would be interested in checking them out. I am always looking for new books to read.

**Disclosure: I received the above eBook free of charge in order to facilitate this honest and unbiased review**

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