Long ago, when the earth was young... Four ancient beings created man to be the bastion of the earth and its creatures. But when The Great Tyrant came and chased The Ancients away, the world was transformed into a place of fear and isolation. Over time humans lost the connection they had with a... show more
Long ago, when the earth was young... Four ancient beings created man to be the bastion of the earth and its creatures. But when The Great Tyrant came and chased The Ancients away, the world was transformed into a place of fear and isolation. Over time humans lost the connection they had with a world they had been created to protect. Now, deep in the forests that surround Gray Mountain, two bears find a small child that is abandoned and left for dead. They name him Evercloud, and raise him as a member of their kingdom. Teaching him the secrets of the elders, they tell him of the ancient beings that created man and the rumors of their return. Evercloud must now go on a quest to return The Ancients to power. However, in another corner of the land, a man known only as The Messenger travels the land under a white hood, on a mission to prevent the return of The Ancients. We follow the paths each of these men take until their stories collide in an epic battle of good versus evil.
Publish date: July 29th 2012
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Pages no: 260
Edition language: English
Cover: Eye catchingRating: NC-17 for the violence and gore (maybe alright for 15-16 year olds, but not for younger ages)Scoring?: 4 starsOverall: It started slow, but I couldn't put it down after the first half!Characters: Interesting and Intense!Plot: The ancient powers of Good and Evil are return...
Ever read a book and really liked the plot, some of the characters, and the world, but were so let down by the overall finish of the book? Everflame is that for me. It has too many loose threads, appallingly bad editing and is rather long-winded. I chose not to list all the editing errors in this bo...
Dang it. Now I've got to go buy the next one!Everflame is definitely worth the read.The story itself is your standard "prophecy about someone who has to do A, B, and C in order to save the world from the Big Bad" tale. For all that, though, it's not badly written. The characters weren't boring, the ...