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The Immortal: A Novel of The Somadàrsath (The Seven Wars #1)

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When the griffin Galator flees to Earth after his failed rebellion, the Lord Protector of Etheria, Lask Somadar, must go after him before the griffin can share the secrets of Immortality and ignite a war between Earth and Etheria. However, what was meant to be a quick and covert mission quickly complicates when Lask encounters Myranda, a refugee from Galator's swath of des ...more
Paperback, 299 pages
Published July 2012 by Sun Hawk Press
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Dalidja
The Immortal is just a really solid read. And I'm not sure how else to describe it to make my meaning more clear... It's fully entrenched in the fantasy genre, and it's exactly the kind of book I loved to read in junior high and high school. That's not to say that the writing is of a lower level, it's perfectly well written, to be enjoyed at any age(although there is no sexual content, the most the main characters ever do is kiss and cuddle, despite the professings of love and risking of lives). ...more
Jon
This book was a part of a goodreads giveaway.

This was a good, fast paced book that quickly gets into action. There was little background in the beginning and the background info that was in story was revealed when there was need.

The book is a fantasy novel about an immortal named Lask who has come to earth in pursuit of his enemy, the Griffin Galator. While looking for Galator, Flask comes across a mortal woman named Myranda. At its heart this book is about the love connection that forms betwee
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SuperHeroQwimm
I really enjoyed reading this, she had the things I love about fantasy but also some things I did not expect. The ending does leave the book open for more to come but I don't exactly know where it will go because it seemed to have been wrapped up.
The only problem I had was there was a large amount of grammatical errors that sometimes caused a little confusion.

I felt it necessary to come back and add that I loved that the main villain of this book was a Griffin!
John
This was an excellent book. It was well crafted with several plot twists that kept the reader engaged and wanting more. The griffin was an excellent multifaceted villain. It was interesting to see how a creatures life and the choices he's made can lead to his downfall. There are far too few YA novels that showcases honor and nobility. I loved the ending and can't wait for book two of the seven wars!
Gabdingo
Kindred's debut novel introduces readers to characters that are powerful, believable, and for the most part, likeable. The characterization of Galator as the villain is superb. I can't remember the last time I disliked a character so much. I'm so happy that a sequel is being released next month. I can't wait to continue this story!
Msbookworm
I am a bit fan of fantasy books, and to me, the best ones draw you into the world immediately. The Immortal is such a book. The descriptions of the setting made me feel as if I was there and the characters are well-developed and believable. I found myself being drawn into the world of The Immortal. Now I want more!
Suzi
Jul 26, 2012 Suzi rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: to the older teenagers and young adults. Or anyone who loves fantasy
Recommended to Suzi by: familymember
The Immortal has an excellent storyline and good flow. E.H. Kindred is a young novelist with a refreshing new twist to fantasy. There are griffins instead of vampires, characters who believe in and talk to the creator, and the development of good vs evil. This book showcases Miss Kindred's talent well.
Jessica
I received this book through the firstreads giveaway, so thanks! It was a fun, quick read. I thought the book could stand to have another edit. The plot was fairly straightforward. Despite that I found I enjoyed reading it, and that it was fun escapism.
Kat
I am sincerely baffled by all the good reviews this book it getting. The pacing is terrible, the characterization is poor, and the romance is clumsy and unbelievable. Even for YA fantasy from a novice author, this is pretty sub-par.
David Sanger
Pretty good can't wait to read the other one and future ones
Ethan
It was good, but got a little too romantic at moments.
Sarah
Loved it!!
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E. H. Kindred is an avid reader and writer, who fell in love with the fantasy genre at a young age. Words have been her life-long passion, leading her to achieve a Magna cum Laude B.A. in English, with an unofficial concentration in Medieval Literature. During the course of her university career, she also studied both ancient and medieval History, as well as Latin/Classics.

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