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Invaded: The Darkest Day, (Chronicles of Caleath #5)

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Invaded: The Darkest Day - Book Five

When the inhabitants of a dying planet call for help, only the most powerful sorcerer can help them. A dread lord who needs an immortal soul to maintain enough magic to save a world.

Meanwhile the Bellicose Sea no longer forms a barrier between the country of Allorn and invaders. The warnings of the Deathbringer cannot prepare the people
Published January 2012 by Museitup Publishing Inc
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Edith Parzefall
Jul 28, 2012 Edith Parzefall rated it it was amazing
I couldn't wait to set my greedy eyes on the fifth book in the Chronicles Caleath. Rosalie Skinner doesn't run out of steam. Invaded: Darkest Day offers riveting new developments and takes Caleath's exile to a higher, no a deeper level. A planet's spirit comes out to play and what an asset Artura is for the novel. Loved to meet her, while the company of good old friends made for a suspenseful but fun journey through the book. Fun for the reader, not so much for Caleath. Tallowbrand certainly enj ...more
Billy Bob
Jun 04, 2014 Billy Bob rated it it was amazing
This book was entered in The Wishing Shelf Book Awards. This is what our readers thought:

Invaded: The Darkest Day
Rosalie Skinner
Cover 6/10
The readers felt this cover was much better than the cover on Exciled: Autumn’s Peril. They felt it much better represented the genre: fantasy adventure, although not so much sci-fi. One of the male readers thought having blood on the sword might be even better, suggesting he’s putting his sword away after a battle. One reader wrote, ‘I like
Wendy Laharnar
Oct 06, 2013 Wendy Laharnar rated it it was amazing
This is a fast paced novel trapping the reader in a full-on experience of the power and intensity that dark magic has, especially on the immortal Caleath as he battles with forces of evil.

In his mission to rescue the Kentorian princess, Corrine, and to save the planet Allorn from invaders, Caleath is thrust back into the deadly game. Caleath becomes`Tag' in order to hide his identity. When exposed, he suffers great physical pain from his enemies, but his impossible struggle to contain the vengef
Aug 13, 2012 Rebecca rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: fantasy lovers especially
Caleath's adventures continue in this fifth volume of the series. The story continues to be interesting and include great characters and plenty of unexpected twists and turns. The only thing repetitive about the series is how well it entertains the reader!

Although I have read all the earlier volumes so can't be certain, I think it would be possible for a reader to read and enjoy this late volume even without having read the earlier ones. Skinner does a great job of reminding the reader of earlie
Rosalie Skinner
Apr 17, 2011 Rosalie Skinner rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Invaded: The Darkest Day is book FIVE in the Chronicles of Caleath the epic fantasy sci fi series.
Coming in January 2012, this is the long awaited sequel to the four books that make up Exiled.
Caleath can no longer evade his destiny. The fate of a planet and the future of a nation are in peril. Can one man, a sorceress and a lot of resolve make a difference?
Will the Deathbringer's past destroy the future of Allorn?

This new offering in Caleath's journey will not disappoint impatient fans.
Dec 22, 2012 edifanob rated it it was amazing
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The Darkest Day is as excellent as the four predecessors.
Tons of action and emotions. Heartbreaking scenes water your eyes and the many twists and turns force to continue reading. And here is magic ...
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Rosalie lives in Australia with her supportive husband and close to her family.
She is proud to announce the acquisition of her first series 'The Chronicles of Caleath' by Museitup Publishing.

A mix of science fiction and fantasy, eight books, an addictive story you can sink your teeth into.

Rosalie can be contacted through her website or follow her on her blog at
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Other Books in the Series

Chronicles of Caleath (8 books)
  • Exiled: Autumn's Peril
  • Exiled: Winter's Curse, (The Chronicles of Caleath, Book 2)
  • Exiled: The Legacy of Lathraine's Pledge, (The Chronicles of Caleath, Book 3)
  • Exiled: The Battle for Enderseer Hold, (The Chronicles of Caleath, Book 4)
  • Underground: The Day of the Sun (The Chronicles of Caleath, Book 6)
  • Adrift: In Search of Memory (The Chronicles of Caleath, Book 7)
  • Adrift: The Fragile Sun (The Chronicles of Caleath, Book 8)

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