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The fight for power begins and ends in flux.


Myraza is an innocent in a wounded era when magic is forbidden. Her power to alter time sets her as a tool for some, an object of desire for others, and a cursed beast to the confused. She is rescued from an isolated tower only to find herself wishing she had never left. Reality is difficult when one chooses not to bask in ignora
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Published May 2nd 2012 by Amanda Mondoux
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Jeff Raymond
There's always the worry when it comes to independent publishing that you're losing out on quality, or that the editing is going to be poor, or any number of problems. With the glut of it with Kindles and Nooks and what have you, the barrier to entry is even lower.

Forbidden Era is not one of those books. The book takes place in a land where magic is banned, and our heroine, Myraza, is in the middle of a fairly complex battle between people and ideas. It's a straightforward plot that's complicat
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Rob
The Good: Ok, this book is a sheer pleasure to read from start to finish. The author captures you right at the onset and doesn't give you a chance to take a breath until you are already committed to the main character and her story.
The pacing of Forbidden Era is fast at its slowest and flat-out furious when it reaches its peak.
This is a tale that will not leave you bored for its entire duration.
The writer does such an incredible job at detailing each character in as few words as possible that
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Delphina
It has been a very long time since I read a good, honest and true fantasy. I forgot what I have been missing. I absolutely loved this story. The characters were well developed and all had their unique charms, even those you really did not like. I will say that this beautifully woven story is not a simple story, so it may not be the best "I will read this as I fall asleep" book. You will most likely end up lost if you do. I loved the unique names the author used, but they did take me a bit to kee ...more
Jane

Myraza did not know what to think when a knight in ‘not so’ shining armour came to her tower room and asked her if she would allow him to rescue her. She didn’t think she needed to be rescued and was quite happy and safe in her own little ‘high up’ room. Curiosity of a world she had never seen won over so she decided to go with him and was dragged into a whole new world full of adventure, confusion and magic.


A very interesting story with a medieval feel to it. I found the story quite slow in the
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Melody
If you like reading Fantasy novels that leave you wanting more, this is a book for you. The book is written well; very thoughtful, interesting, and has characters to whom you can easily relate. It was incredibly easy to fall into the protagonist's world, see what she was seeing, and feel what she was feeling.

This book felt as a stand-alone, but I hope that it's only part of a series. I look forward to learning more about the other complex characters.
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Amanda Mondoux was born in Nashua New Hampshire on May 24, 1980 at 1:33 in the morning. That late night, early morning habit stayed with her throughout her life and has fueled her writing passion. Insomnia has its benefits after all.

Reading had always been an obsession with her first adult read of "The Hobbit" at the young age of six. Living in other worlds through the words of others just wasn't
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