Thursday, March 27, 2014

Your Daily Ralph- Beyond Sanctuary Review 3/27/14

Beyond Sanctuary review


Beyond Sanctuary by Janet and Chris Morris is a fantastic tale of magic, gods and warriors that takes place in a mystical world where all three exist side by side. The gods don’t sit down and drink with the men, but they are called upon and sworn allegiance to.  When called upon they do answer in exchange for allegiances.

The story centers on Tempus Thales, the leader of the warriors who are called the ‘sacred band of stepsons’, his sister Cime, and Niko, who is basically his right hand man.

The one warning I will give about this book is that it is not for the young or young adult crowd. It is an adults’ story set in a world of mystical sex and many perversions. So it’s not for the faint of heart. If you can look past that stuff, as I do, it becomes a great and fantastic adventure.

This is one of the most well written books I have ever read. While at times there may seem to be too much written where something much simpler would have sufficed, the final product is worth reading as the story takes on a very impressive and magical life of its own.

Well worth reading, part one of a trilogy.  Five very impressive stars.

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1 comment:

  1. Excellent review Ralph! I'm also an author with Perseid Press, let me know if you'd like to review my latest release "The Reader of Acheron"