Under a Cloven Sky (Scorched Heavens, #1)

Under a Cloven Sky (Scorched Heavens, #1)[PDF / Epub] ✅ Under a Cloven Sky (Scorched Heavens, #1) By Ricardo G. Peters – Tbjewellers.co.uk With vivid worldbuilding and arresting imagery Ricardo Peters launches his readers into the epic journey of two unsuspecting heroes at the mercy of a cosmic phenomenonRicardo Peters combines young adu With vivid worldbuilding and arresting imagery Ricardo Peters launches his readers into the epic journey of two unsuspecting heroes at Under a eBook ☆ the mercy of a cosmic phenomenonRicardo Peters combines young adult fantasy literature with black characters rich symbolism and a tantalizing mystery in this first novel of his Scorched Heavens series Unafraid to explore the very real motifs of love war destiny colonization salvation and the influence of divine powers Ricardo constructs a world that delivers readers into the wonders of their own imagination while asking them to take a hard look at their real life values beliefs and actions The story of the two young heroes—the princess Karmagant Ak’an and her protector Suzurain Ashaeru—intrigues with details of savage enemy clans ancient prophecies and a rare comet that splinters the sky and with it the lives of the protagonists forever Ricardo’s love of storytelling shines through in the complexity with which he paints the world and his characters and in the uestions he leaves readers to wrestle with about the power of actions the scope of choices and the pull of destiny.

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  • Hardcover
  • 326 pages
  • Under a Cloven Sky (Scorched Heavens, #1)
  • Ricardo G. Peters
  • English
  • 03 October 2014

12 thoughts on “Under a Cloven Sky (Scorched Heavens, #1)

  1. says:

    My daughter and I have been reading this book for a literacy club at her school The author was generous enough to provide pre corrected copies to the school for the literacy club and has even agreed to make an appearance Unfortunately with it being a pre corrected copy there are some typos clunky sentences and confusing language to deal with I wish I could give it the full five starts for a rating The story itself was intriguing However the telling of it is very confusing for both my daughter and me There is a lot of switching back and forth between different perspectives and we're having a really hard time keeping up with what's going on That said I personally don't like reading Tolkien and some of the other author's who give great detailed accounts of their stories So take my review with a grain of salt and give the book a try

  2. says:

    The author uses language very well and I found the story to flow easily This is very well written The story captured me and while complex with uite a few characters he provides a guide which was very helpful I rarely read young adult fantasy it's not a genre that attracts me so I was surprised at how engaged I was at the end and looking forward to the the book in the seies

  3. says:

    Interesting world of clans based on their animal characteristics exciting plot with many characters as well as twists and turns which made it also a little confusing to keep track of things

  4. says:

    Good world building and plot progression but a bit confusing at times I would read of this series

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