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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Publication Date: 2005
Availability: In Stock
Here, compelling characters deal with the real-life struggles of redemption and forgiveness. It's good versus evil in a way you've never experienced before.
A note from the author:
"I knew as I was writing Tahn that the story could not end until certain choices were made. Love or self-guarded preservation? Forgiveness or bitter hate? It is my hope that readers will think about such choices in their own lives. I hope they remember Tahn and see past the surface of the next person they meet. I hope they see a potential hero in every lost and wayward child and pray accordingly. Then Tahn and I will have done our jobs."
So glad I read it--loved it!5 Stars Out Of 5Do yourself a favor & read it.July 29, 2014So glad I read it--loved it!Quality: 5Meets Expectations: 5Chose this book because it was affordable, but moreover because of the author's description of how it almost wrote itself. The details that came after awaking made me think it was God-inspired & I believe it was (now that I've read it and the other 2 in the trilogy as well). It was exciting & suspenseful without being gruesome & wove just enough hope throughout it that I kept wondering just how the characters would ever triumph. I laughed & cried & cheered & have been inspired in my real life just by thinking back on Taun.
ExuciaAtlanta, GAAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Love this book!September 26, 2012ExuciaAtlanta, GAAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I picked this ebook because it was inexpensive (I'm a bargain reader) and because it seemed like it would be interesting... well, it was excellent! The storyline drew me in and made me want to read it non-stop. It has action and fight scences (but not gory), tragedy, love (but not overtly), and complex characters. Even my husband read the book after I told him about it. I just read the next book, Return to Alastair, and I am about to purchase the 3rd in the series.