Sunday, 20 September 2015
Book Review | R.V. Johnson | Beyond The Sapphire Gate
Beyond the Sapphire Gate
Author: R.V. Johnson
Title: Beyond The Sapphire Gate: The Flow Of Power
Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Fiction
Synopsis: Beyond the Sapphire Gate is the fascinating world of Astura, a world where a frothing, river of magic addicts those who use the power it holds. Indentured to a private artifact collector on a dying world of high technology, Crystalyn naively activates a gateway. The temptation to touch it is too much for her sister Jade. Extending a fingertip into the mist, she vanishes. Crystalyn follows, stepping into a vibrant world infused with magic and those that Use. Aided by symbol magic killing her with each use, the defining line between good and evil is not as clear as Crystalyn once believed. The Dark Users want to help her, the Circle of Light wishes to use her. The War of a Hundred Seasons makes her choose. Half a world away, equipped with a seemingly useless ability to read auras, Jade embarks on a harrowing journey to escape the Dark Citadel with her soul intact. Propelled to Astura by a devious assault, Garn has only two desires. Reuniting family and destroying those enforcing his servitude. Some magic should remain untouched.
Review: This is an excellent book that I could not stop reading. I just could not close the file until I had finished the book. This is an amazing fantasy fiction story that grabs the reader from the first line. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves to read fantasy fiction.
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars