Ramon Terrell
Echoes of A Shattered Age
February 26, 2019 Comments.. 732
Echoes of A Shattered Age Technology exists in human history Centuries after the world changing event known as The End of Technology humans once again live as their ancient ancestors did The gun has fallen the sword has aris
  • Title: Echoes of A Shattered Age
  • Author: Ramon Terrell
  • ISBN: 1230000010777
  • Page: 141
  • Format: ebook
  • Technology exists in human history Centuries after the world changing event known as The End of Technology, humans once again live as their ancient ancestors did The gun has fallen, the sword has arisen, and in a world grown wild and dangerous, cities, nations, and whole countries have changed in name, size, and in some instances, culture.Biding his time through the heigTechnology exists in human history Centuries after the world changing event known as The End of Technology, humans once again live as their ancient ancestors did The gun has fallen, the sword has arisen, and in a world grown wild and dangerous, cities, nations, and whole countries have changed in name, size, and in some instances, culture.Biding his time through the height of human civilization, an ancient evil will now bridge the earth plane and the abyss, bringing a massive horde of the most feared demons in all the five hells With most of humanity exterminated and the rest enslaved, the world will be his on which to feed for countless centuries But first he must destroy the Tower of Balance Takashaniel.The Children of the Gene Blessed by the Gods Themselves, five warriors are inexplicably drawn together to the Tower of Balance by its guardian It is here that they discover the threat of a massive demon horde a threat that they must meet If the tower should fall, the demon realm will flood to earth, humanity will perish, and the world will descend into eternal darkness It is on their journey that these five warriors will learn of their unique abilities, a powerful enemy who commands the demon horde, and the existence of beings thought to have lived only in legend.
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    1 Blog on “Echoes of A Shattered Age

    1. Lodewijk says:

      I abandoned this book after a few chapters It is as if the writer wrote down the outline and forgot to fill in the characters, so everything seems flat and one dimensional to me.

    2. Travis says:

      All right, I have to say this book wasn t a bad story However, it wasn t told very well, and I kept thinking this has to be the work of a first time author I honestly have no idea if it s his first attempt or not, but it sure read like it Can t point directly to the problems, but just as a whole, it doesn t all fit The author was trying too hard to make it work, and like I said it was a decent enough story, it just wasn t executed well It has all the makings of an excellent story, and I ve read [...]

    3. Paula Howard says:

      In spite of fantasy not being a genre that I usually read, I must say that I honestly enjoyed reading Echoes of a Shattered Age by R.J Terrell The story is set in the future long past the Age of Technology All the technology that we take for granted is a very distant memory The world has resorted back to a simple of life in which the tribes or communities they live in must provide their own food and protection Travel for the post part is limited.The feel of evil is beginning to be felt, especial [...]

    4. Tammy says:

      Let me first say that this is not my normal genre However I was intrigued enough to take a try and I was not disappointed I was drawn into the characters especially Kenyatta R.J Terrell used the characters conversations to help describe them It was as if I could hear them speaking within this beautiful setting As I continued to read I realized that this wasn t just a fantasy novel there was so much Even as the setting changed, the descriptions were still vivid There was action and drama wrapped [...]

    5. Flora says:

      Wonderful First in SeriesReally enjoyed this journey into a fantastic world that isn t doom and gloom for the future Some very cool species are visited and many ideas to consider Looking forward to the next in series, very curious to see expansions on why technology being absent is better for humanity

    6. Toms says:

      Reads like newspeak the language is simplistic to the point it takes any enjoyment out of reading Could not finish.

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