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Keepers of Water (Guardians of Nature #1)

3.78  ·  Rating Details ·  27 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
A promise to save her brother's soul unearths a conspiracy she was not prepared for...

Arieana’s brother has been murdered by her own people in a world not their own. Forced into breaking ancient law, she ventures into the human realm in search of her brother's soul. Once she steps through the Veil, she realizes the renegades are up to more than just punishing a few humans
Kindle Edition, 1, 255 pages
Published March 6th 2012 by R.G. Porter
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Alan Nayes
Jun 24, 2012 Alan Nayes rated it it was amazing
KEEPERS OF WATER is not only a well crafted story rife with characters you care about, a creative original plot, and descriptive scenes, but the novel is almost an allegory of what is going on in our world today. First the story--there are two parallel worlds that are intimately connected. When Arieana's brother is murdured on Earth, Arieana decides she will break her rulers' laws and seek revenge for his killing by entering the Earth world to find his killers. Arieana soon discovers, though, th ...more
Oct 18, 2013 Books rated it really liked it
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I found Keepers of Water to be a comfortably paced, exciting and yet very relaxing read. Sorien, an archeologist, has to continue the work of his dead colleague and find out how he died. Arieana needs to retrieve her murdered brother's soul to put it to rest in their own realm. Realizing that their quests are deeply related, these two people decide to join forces.

This enthralling tale is set in the desert of Chile as well as the world of Baile where magic still prevails. Horrible, unnatural stor
Merissa (Archaeolibrarian)
Mar 17, 2013 Merissa (Archaeolibrarian) rated it it was amazing
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Wow, where to start with this one?

This is a story that tells of a world within a world, separated by a Veil, but only one world knows of the existence of the other. The world within has gone the way of natural energy, low impact and magic; the other has gone towards technology. However, they are both reaching breaking point with Mother Nature and as it deteriorates in one world, it creates storm which are destroying the other. There is war in the making and as with all wars, there are casualties
Apr 21, 2013 Linda rated it liked it
This is an interesting story concept concerning environmental consequences for two different dimensions on planet earth. At one time, both dimensions lived in harmony on one plane. However, this fact has been hidden since the Veil was erected between the human world and the more earth friendly magical world by the Elementals who guard pieces of a weapon of mass destruction. The council of the magical realm blames humans across the Veil for environmental disturbances in both realms and seeks to p ...more
May 05, 2013 MB rated it liked it
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Overall, I thought it was a good story, the story line, character development were very good. You could feel the heat and dryness of the desert, and feel the cold rush of Ari's anger.

I was a little disappointed with speed and urgency of this book. With Mother Earth being upset and the destruction of the Human Race I was expecting the story to keep me on edge of my seat. I didn't really get that feel until the end of the story.

I did enjoy the narrator change, I always like those since they give
Mar 21, 2013 Heidi rated it really liked it
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The story was a good one. I enjoyed the characters. There is a lot of mysticism. The editing of the kindle edition left something to be desired, but I am definitely going along for the ride with this series.
Brandy Owens
May 14, 2012 Brandy Owens rated it did not like it
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This is another example of a book which I wanted to read, but couldn't get into. I can't comment on the story because I lost interest right away and never picked it back up.
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