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The book’s main character is a bit of a mystic, a bit of a pragmatist, a bit of a philosopher, and a tree hugger, though not an “environmentalist.” She is somewhat lame, somewhat realistic, somewhat poetic and somewhat primitive. She has been given reason, also, to be perennially hopeful.
Only to be re-united later in terror, vibrant evangelist Amy Brown leaves her dreamy eyed pastor husband Benjamin during an Islamic in-pouring in their church. With an uptick in attacks and be-headings, black libertine newsman Guy Alexander grows ever less politically correct, and in spite of FBI surveillance.
Justin is asked to find a couple’s 23 year old son who disappeared four years ago on Christmas Day. He works the case alone and has very few clues. He thinks the boy is dead as does nearly everyone else but the mother is convinced he is alive and out there trying to get back home but can’t.
Jennifer Adshen’s first day as a Domar was rough, but the second was definitely worse. The Council’s plan to hide the Centress from the Kalzar invasion was barely developed when the Kalzars attacked. Now Jen is plunged into the mission of protecting the Centress, a dazzling ice ball with terrifying powers.
Murders solved, a fortune acquired, Zorn and Grayall are ready to settle down to a comfortable life at Wendenwood Freehold. Only the past does not give up its hold easily. Especially Zorn’s past as a Realm ariston. The Realm had known only two classes, the ariston who ruled and the servitors who did their bidding...