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Seed of Reason (Book 2: The Purity Series)

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There is a legend that has endured the mists of time from the lands of the great North West. It tells of Gilbert, a young man of ill health embarking on an epic quest to save his sister Purity – and how his journey could possibly save the future of mankind.

You see, Purity was a child of the universe, and she was becoming poisoned by the doings of man. For mankind, in his r
Kindle Edition, 1st, 645 pages
Published October 8th 2016
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Feb 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
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This book was a long book filled with adventure and exciting moments. As a reader that usually doesn't choose fantasy, I was happily engaged in the story and the actions of the characters. The history was well presented so that you knew what was in jeopardy if the quests failed. The world created by Gavin Mills was one that I could picture and appreciate.

I found myself a little lost in the end, I wanted to understand more and it abruptly ended. I enjoy the way that Mills writes. It is floral bu
Luis Da
Nov 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing

I have never been one for long books, generally becoming distracted and bored long before the final curtain......And I have never been that big on fantasy.- since becoming an adult that is. But Seed Of Reason has disproved both perspectives of self. I was able to immerse myself into the story to such a degree that I sailed through-barely able to put it down to eat or sleep, and disproving my belief that fantasy wasn't for me.I can honestly say that from the moment I started reading Seed Of Reaso
Lynne Farley
Dec 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed reading the Seed of Reason! To me it was like an upgraded version of Shakespeare only in words I understand. It was a very long book but there was quite a story throughout which left me believing the world could have actually been created this way. Great writing Gaven...thank you.
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Nov 26, 2016 rated it liked it
The Seed of Reason by Gavin Mills

The age of the Warlords draws to en end. It is the dawning of an era of learning, innovation and enlightenment. A time for the New Order spoken about by visionary thinker, Rezden and his lifelong friend, Maxmillian Grace. On on the smouldering ashes of Horizen, once the home to the immortals, a new city will rise - where all men are equal in opportunity and status. And so the megacity is born - and at first lives up to expectations and the dream. But there comes
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Gavin Mills was born in the little town of Springs in South Africa where he attended school at St Brendan’s Christian Brother’s College. After school he had no clear idea what he wanted to do with his life. Engineering sounded good, so he applied and was accepted by the University of the Witwatersrand to study Chemical Engineering. When that didn’t work out, he did two years military service becom ...more
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