Title: The Emissary
Series: The One Great Year #1
Author’s Name: Tamara Veitch/ Rene Defazio
Publisher: Waterside Press
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Page Count: 195 Pages
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How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
The Emissary is a reincarnation fantasy adventure. When the world collapses from a Golden Age into one of chaos and strife, mankind’s salvation lies in the hands of eternal Emissaries― guardians chosen to protect the secrets of a sacred, ancient civilization and to guide humanity back to enlightenment even as its darkest hour approaches.
A timeless tale of love reborn through the ages.
Marcus and Theron are two lovers bound by an eternal and unshakable bond. As a series of catastrophic events nearly destroys their world, the two along with a chosen few become Emissaries destined, over the course of 13,000 years and through many reincarnations, to lead humanity into an era of peace and prosperity as foretold by the Elders of their race. But the forces of evil have taken possession of one man, Helghul, who relentlessly pursues Marcus and Theron through time, determined to destroy them and ruin all hope for salvation. The Emissary tracks Marcus’s epic adventure across centuries of human civilization to present day, where envoys of darkness gather threatening to bury the life-giving secrets of Atitala forever.
Good and evil come to blows and the future of mankind hangs in the balance.
My Personal Review: I receive a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. What I got from this novel is the power to keep going when all seems lost. It will get your heart racing at times and make you think how can I take one more minute of this, but then something new happens and it is hard to put down. It has all the elements of classic romance and fantasy, but with enough twists and surprises to give a fresh new take on it. It had me pulling for the character all the way. Can’t wait to read book 2.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars