There are many laws in the world of Naor, but all its creatures absolutely have to respect one: never let in, create or help the evil children of Hodgorn, the God of darkness. This is a sin that can never be forgotten or forgiven by the Gods of light. Other guilts can be redeemed and expiated. Yet, evil fights for the souls of Naor’s creatures. It hides everywhere, even buried deep in human nature, waiting for the moment to attack and possess its victims. No one is safe.
Namaris is a regular noblewoman living on the northern side of the Engaris Empire. She only desires to find a suitable husband and live a happy life. Tarion is a knight of Kemeid’s Order who carries a letter from his Grand Master to Ranidor Castle. Jansemi is a daughter of a leader of the Isher clan, living on the endless steppes of Elmor. None of them are aware that evil has chosen them for its victims. None of them expect that they will have to fight over their souls. Damnation or salvation is at stake.
Justyna Plichta-Jendzio, born in Koszalin (Poland) in 1974, still resident of that town or nearest area, married for 16 years, mother of one son and happy owner of two spoiled cats. Justyna was lucky to live at the turn of two ages: communism and capitalism. When she was fifteen the comunism fall in Poland. But that time allowed her to see different reality, incomprehensible for future generations. It was also the chance to “touch” the past and have a glimpse at the remains of XIX century life, which survived especially at the Easts parts of Poland till the end of 80’s of last century.
Justyna’s works are very strongly influenced by her interest. The range of the interest is wide. She is
Naor :: Series
| 10/10 | Charles Kravetz |
January 27, 2014
This review is for the Kindle edition ebook. Disclosure: I was given my copy of this book by the author as a review copy. Riveting. Three stories in one book, all connected, yet individual. This is a book of stories. It contains three ...Review
| 8/10 | Jeff |
September 26, 2013
I was kindly asked by the author to read "Evil Children of Naor" and provide an honest review. There are many good reviews the author has already received that accurately (and in great detail) describe what each of the three stories is about. ...Review
| 8/10 | Bob Milne |
September 18, 2013
For a moment, forget the old adage about not judging a book by its cover. Take a look at the glorious cover to this collection of tales - look close and appreciate not just the detail that went into it, but the elements that are scattered throughout. ...Review
| 10/10 | Piaras O Cionnaoith |
September 04, 2013
Impressive Fantasy Stories Sprinkled with Rich Folk Lore. I absolutely enjoyed reading this well crafted collection of vivid fantasy tales. And, I would imagine all fans of this genre will love sinking their teeth into this one also! This ...Review
| 10/10 | El Pumo |
September 03, 2013
Like Justyna's Dark Children of Naor, Evil Children of Naor's cover will pull you into a world full of excitement...and terror. Don't skip the quick intro that follows the cover, it sets a dark tone for the tales to follow. This time out we ...Review
| 10/10 | Daniel |
August 18, 2013
I thoroughly enjoyed reading through this book, a collection of three stories set in the same world. The storytelling is rich and brings you into the author's world which is deep and fantastic; it's clear the author has put much work into the world ...Review