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Stolen Sun

Stolen Sun

Написано Eli Hinze

Озвучено Eli Hinze


Stolen Sun

Написано Eli Hinze

Озвучено Eli Hinze

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5/5 (1 оценка)
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2 hours
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Издано:
Jul 15, 2020
ISBN:
9781662243769
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It is a lightless world. The sun goddess, Atthar, has long-since been deposed, her light stripped from her by a tyrant and held aloft above his dying city. Eking out a meager existence there is Nasir and his ailing mother, Atthar’s former high priestess, who hold secret ceremonies and face routine beatings from the city guards. Nasir prays when his mother asks, but his faith is dead.

Until the goddess calls out to him from the dark, very much alive—and ready to strike.

A tale of a mother’s love and a son’s devotion, of a goddess’ wrath and mankind’s arrogance, Stolen Sun is a Mesopotamian fantasy novella just over 2 hours long.


What Readers are Saying

“Stolen Sun is a short, fast-paced fantasy novella in an absolutely unique setting... It leaves you wanting more.” — Suzannah R., Amazon

“Excellent worldbuilding. The characters are fresh, believable, and complex. There are twists and turns that will keep you reading. I just wish this novella was longer!” - Angie B., Amazon

“If you like fantasy books, you owe it to yourself to read this one. Even if you are not a regular reader of fantasy fiction, this is an engaging and well written story and fascinating look into the legends of early civilizations.” - R. Schenck, Amazon

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Jul 15, 2020
ISBN:
9781662243769
Формат:
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  • (5/5)
    This is an amazing book - with great narration, too! Literally the only complaint I have is that the author used “rustic” during the protagonist’s inner thoughts. (I think the smell in his home? I’m almost certain that’s it). He wouldn’t have known the word or what it meant, and it jolted me out of the story. I haven’t ever read anything else set in Mesopotamia before, so thank you!