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Worlds Beyond Scripture #2

Through the Psyche of Ambrosia Part II

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Journey with Ambrosia through an evening of fantastical ravishments as the residents of The Nebula celebrate their most sacred of days, Samhain. Join in the seance, made to raise the Guardian from out the abyss...but be wary the demons of the nightly order who seek to surmount those who would bring this prophecy about and bend it to their own means.

Time is running out.

The sands fast slip through the hourglass. Can Regina solve the mystery of the voices haunting him? Or will Ambrosia fall victim to the night of thinnest veil, propelled further down the spiral that ends in a complete breakdown of his reality? To provoke the spirit world means to suffer a mind of madness, still the runes foretell a choice to be made...

Though not prevalent throughout this series, it does contain some content of an adult nature. Recommended for mature audiences.


First published February 24, 2016

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Byron Fortin

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Byron Fortin is a North American author of fantasy, suspense, paranormal romance, and supernatural fiction. His background consists of studies in classical literature, theatre, and romantic poetry. Byron also holds degrees in both healthcare and electronic engineering, with a great interest in the future of alternative energies and a passion for the natural sciences. In 2012 he received the Diamond Century of Service Challenge Award for volunteer services.

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379 reviews3 followers
March 21, 2019
I had requested and received audible version of this book for free from the author, in exchange for an unbiased review.

What I liked about the book -
I started reading this book immediately after finishing part I. The unique story telling style continues in this book too. The plot gets a lot broader and complicated in this one and you have to pay close attention to follow what's really going on. It is a rewarding experience at the end, but you do have to work for it and invest time and brain power.

What I disliked about the book -
If you are looking for a lite read where you can just seat back and enjoy, you should skip this one.

Narration -
Narration by John Joseph Rogers was well done.
November 9, 2015
This is one of the most original and beautifully written works that I have ever read. The author's prose is simply awe-striking and powerfully renders scenes of innate beauty and allure that have kept me reading through the nights. Steamy and seductive characters are blended perfectly alongside an active plot that delves deeper into intrigue with every turn of page. Don't let the length deter you from these books, they are well worth it and I can't wait to read the next one!
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August 20, 2020
DNF at 14%

Oh god.
I'm sorry, I really am, but I couldn't stomach reading any more of this.

I've barely read anything of this second book, and I've already encountered FOUR women who Ambrosia is pathetically desperate to fuck, as seems to be his perogative with every attractive woman. Here's a quote regarding each of them, just for fun:

"The woman I’d seen earlier that day on television, lady in red. It did well to suit her Alice eyes, her ruby smile accented by porcelain skin. I couldn’t help but look towards her rapture, even in my disgust to her actions. Then as being driven away by police, rather inexplicably I thought, did she return a gaze, and winked in my direction."

"Could see my children in her gray-green eyes, by the Goddess but she was sublime."

"She unzipped and removed her jacket, revealing her slender shoulders. Faen, but they the lines of her were just so, perfect. Such seemingly soft specimens too, curving in towards the slightness of her exposed neckline, falling to the disclosure of congruent clavicles and down to the shelter of seamless breasts."

"After the initial embarrassment, we’d be more able to move on and ‘discuss’ matters of the heart a little more freely (of clothes)."

I am utterly and genuinely baffled. So much of the first book was occupied with this exact same tedium, but I was willing to forgive and hope for the best in this one. But alas.. this one somehow manages to be worse.
Keep in mind, the events of the first book and the beginning of this one take place over the course of MAYBE two days. Maybe.

Any sense of Ambrosia becoming a likeable and even just decently interesting character is torn to shreds by his obsessiveness with almost every woman he meets, to the point where this man thinks himself in love with two women who just so happen to be twin sisters, and constantly flips between the two.
That's not a love triangle (more of a decahedron, considering all the other women), that's fetishism.

I wanted to like this, but alas.. there's only so much I'm willing to subject myself to in my finite lifespan.
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September 13, 2019
I was lost in book 1,I decided not to torture my brain anymore. John Joseph Rogers narration seemed fine throughout.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.'
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