Set against the backdrop of the tundra and a world desperate for hope, the journey of a young man, E’Malkai, will come to define a realm that has been broken by an evil that does not sleep.
A bitter betrayal, and the inception of a war that will consume the world, forces E’Malkai to confront the past and undertake a pilgrimage that is his by birthright. Follow him on his journey and be transformed.
See what happy readers had to say:
I loved this book! It drew you in right away and wouldn’t let you go. I am a fan of books that tell you right off the bat things that are different from the world that you know so that you aren’t left wondering what’s going on. The author clearly did this and then launched into a story that was memorizing. I highly recommend this book!
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This book will grab your attention from the first sentence and you will not want to put it down until you are finished! I’m not good at writing book reviews, and don’t want to spoil the story…so…Read this book! Find out what everyone is talking about!! Loose yourself in a world so fantastically and carefully created. Get ready to be swept away by this fantastic book and grab yourself a cup of tea or hot chocolate, a cozy place to read and turn off the phone!
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I really liked the way the story evolved and it is hard to know of the paths he must take. I am looking forward to reading more.
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I received a copy of this book for honest review. ‘The Path of the Fallen’ is the epic journey of E’Malkai, a young man following his destiny and going up against an evil force.
I very much enjoyed this story and the main character E’Malkai. The boy has a lot expected of him and rises to the challenges, showing his birthright is not wasted on him. I found the mix of fantasy and sci-fi interesting and I would probably say it felt most like a fantasy novel with some sci-fi elements / technology. I thought it was a nicely atmospheric read, with the tundra setting providing an excellent backdrop to the story. There were definitely some chilling moments, particularly towards the end of the book.
For me, the last quarter was the most thrilling part. The suspense was sufficiently built up so that it was edge of seat reading by the end – I could not put it down! I found the story a little slow to begin with but once it got going I got into it pretty quickly. There also seemed to be a few too many characters at the start but this was less obvious as the story went on and I believe it was just all the strange names that made it seem as if there were too many to keep track of!
Overall this is a very atmospheric and powerfully told story. I would recommend to fans of epic fantasy and fantasy/sci-fi novels!