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The Way To Dawn: Dominion of Eden

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Wishes and regret filled the air twenty-five years ago. Fates were tested. Dreams were shattered. But within that desolation of black, remained one glimmer of hope.
Embarking on a journey beyond calculation, Afearia must overcome more than a rogue kingdom and a self-appointed king. She faces world altering decisions, countless enemies, and the rawness of humanity once the r
ebook, 1st Edition, 411 pages
Published February 17th 2014 by Bookbaby
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Andrea Belacqua
Aug 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Fourth review of this adventure weekend. As I write this I am lying, with some hot cakes in my nightstand. I barely left my room, I'm taking it pretty seriously. The Way To Dawn has been a pleasant surprise that I will not hesitate to share with my acquaintances, that surely enjoy as much as me. This is when I start with the next review.
This time the shift is Dominion of Eden, the fourth of five installments of the world written by Charles Lee, and poses a finish almost entirely by the dark worl
Dandc Pending
Nov 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Charles Lee does it again. Here I was sitting back thinking this could not progress well after the undesired ending of book two. Yet, I was wrong. He introduces a power yet strangely interesting name Afearia, the leading lady of book three. In a way she has the cocky touch of Greyshio but the humble full of light air of Demeseus. But she really is in a class of her own. Strong, quick, and all about justice. She plays no games but can be a bit rude. But I find her rudness to be part of her charm ...more
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Charles Lee has always been a fan of stories with greater meaning than what the surface portrays. His love for profound fantasy began at a young age. His growing interest in thought-provoking stories ranged from a gamut of different areas of literature. These are experiences he’s cherished and evolved with for over a decade. It’s his key drive for creating compelling, unique, philosophical stories ...more

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