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Review :: Evil Children of Naor

Written by Charles Kravetz

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 stories of magic and demons. It will grab the readers attention, and hold it through each story. When read as three separate books, separated by heading of Book 1, Book 2, Book 3, this is an excellent introduction to this authors' works. I like the fact that there are three separate stories in this book. while those stories are connected by a common thread, they can be read as individual stories. I would prefer the author explain that there are three separate stories. The stories in this book exemplify the battle of good verses evil. The author does an excellent job of defining each and letting reader decide which characters are good and which are evil. There are several surprises as you read, allowing the reader to decide if good or evil wins each time. I would recommend this book to all readers of horror stories. It has enough fantasy to interest those readers who enjoy magic and the battle of demons. I apologize to the author. I read this once, and did not realize it was actually three different stories. This caused me to lose my place reading as I tried to connect each book as I read. I will be reading the next book by this author, which also contains three stories.

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Evil Children of Naor

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.