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Mandala's Catalyst: Book One of the Gardone Trilogy

4.5 of 5 stars 4.50  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
For the first sixteen years of his life, Prince Jasper has revered the stranger who saved them from destruction thirty years prior, a man known only as the Guide. But he's afraid of his buried thoughts and burning questions. Have his parents and the Guide lied to him? When his first love is sacrificed under the guise of honor and tradition, his eyes start opening to the ho...more
Paperback, 302 pages
Published April 6th 2010 by Createspace
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Edna Henke
I loved this book! I've read it about eight times in all of it's former edits. I'm not usually pulled into fantasy but maybe this particular author just has the "knack" of writing it so I can understand it? I might say this ... My grandson who is eleven years old loved it as well. We are anxiously awaiting the 2nd book. I did really enjoy it, but I must say I also loved reading it because it is Warren's first novel and I am proud of him.
Warren tells an intriguing story of fantasy with many sociological and religious themes woven within it that left me thinking long after I closed the book. I can't wait until the next book is released and I can continue the journey with these fascinating characters!
Wow. Great book. I absolutely love the writing style. The words were put together so beautifully and fit like a perfect puzzle. I really admire this because I struggle to compose a coherent sentence. The words were really descriptive and painted a perfect picture in my mind effortlessly.
I may be totally reading things in to this but I noticed many similarities to religious and social situations. The story was something I never would have imagined or put together on my own and not a cookie cutter...more
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