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(Tales of Tzoladia #5)

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“Our pride rules the empire now.” A new era has begun in Tzoladia! But lions are not the only things prowling the streets. The brash young ruler has inherited an empire full of divisions, intrigue, assassins, and disease. Have the last days arrived? Where are The Deliverers?

Brina matches wits with the ruthless and brutal Bladar. Amanki fights the faceless and deadly blue s
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Published February 2nd 2018 by R.A. Denny
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Feb 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
“Her name is Treasure. Praise Adon. Never stop rejoicing in the Lord!”

Delaware author R.A. Denny worked as a criminal prosecutor until her passion for writing won her time to create epic fantasy novels. She completed writing her six book epic fantasy series: Mud, Rocks and Trees of which REFUGEES was the first volume, SEEKERS is the second, CAPTIVES the third volume, WARRIORS the fourth volume, and now VISIONAIRIES is the fifth volume. A woman of many interests R.A. enjoys ancient history, board
Aug 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
I was very excited to start reading Deliverers. Knowing that this was going to be the last book in the Mud, Rocks, and Trees series, I was also a little sad. R.A. Denny has written a series that kept me captivated from the first book. Not a lot of series can do that.

Deliverers start shortly after the events of Visionaries. Metlan is now the Emperor of Tzoladia, which was his dream. Trouble soon brews as unrest and a plague decimates the city. Amanki is lying low in the Webbie quarters of the Tzo
Oct 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
The end of a six part series was always going to be a difficult one to call. Having travelled so much with these characters it must have been a hard balance between finishing the way the author wanted and giving the ending the fans wanted. For me it pretty much hit the mark.

Deliverers was very much a 3 act finale - part one has the same pace and twists I've come to love about the story. Part two, I actually really liked, it was almost retrospective in feel and tone as tragedy befalls Tzoladia an
Lora Shouse
Dec 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is the startling conclusion to the Tales of Tzoladia series. This series ended so differently from how I expected it to.

At the end of the previous book, we had just discovered that Amanki, the Webby, who was the son of the former Emperor, Dazbun, and the deliverer of the Mud seal had contracted the blue sickness while he was imprisoned in the dungeons of the Emperor’s palace. This blue sickness is a major character in this book, taking the story to new levels of danger far beyond even what
Jun 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This exciting series comes to a close in this amazing finale. The whole way through this series we were never sure what was going to happen, will the three deliverers ever meet? Will there be a new rise to power? Was the prophecy interpreted wrong?

This novel was one of change and understanding. Our characters have survived through the impossible on this mission, they have been faced with death, betrayal and even an almost break with their faith and mission. So many times they were tried with unb
Maryjo Laupp
It's always bittersweet to reach the end of a series you love - farewell to a story that has captivated you and characters that you have invested so much time in! But as hard as it is to say goodbye, I have finally reached the end of the Tales of Tzoladia series!

So much happened to the three "chosen ones" in the course of the story. There was a war, an evil emperor was assassinated, betrayals, tragedies, loss of loved ones . . . each book left the reader hanging and eager to jump into the next v
Paul Brandt
Feb 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The grand end to one of my favorite series has come to an end.

The Good
-A fun, riveting completion to the series.
-To which I enjoy, there's a lot of death, destruction, pain, grief, and even a little creepiness/darkness. I mean, take a look at the awesome cover art which helps describe this book.
-Redemption. Yes, this is still a book about Adon saving "mankind" though His prophecy declared long along.
-Characters are still developed well and are easily differentiated from each other. That is to sa
Feb 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Wow, what a ride!

SO MUCH happened in this book. The previous installments felt like child's play compared with the life-threatening challenges in this one. There was temptation, betrayal, despair and lots of death. Beloved characters died which was shocking and there was some mourning involved. A disliked character redeemed himself by changing into an unexpected hero, the deliverers were not the only ones that grew up.

I didn't know how they could accomplish their mission and save the day until i
Jodi Woody
This is one of my favorite fantasy series. It has a very imaginative storyline. I have enjoyed each of the six books and am a bit sorry to say goodbye to the characters.
I found book one in this series as a freebie on Amazon. I loved it! So when the author saw my review and offered to let me read the remaining books in the series, of course I said yes. This one just kept getting better with each book. The characters are fleshed out, flawed, and feel like friends and family. The author has created
Michael Mardel
Nov 23, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Emperor's doom by Denny. is the culmination of 5 books which followed the lives of 3 people who were meant to be together. Along the way, there are adventures and sorrow and one could despair of this never-ending saga. Each chapter has been from the viewpoints of the main characters with the seal plus Emperor Metlan who steals Brina's seal and then has it stolen from him on his wedding night. Or was it a real seal or one of Tuka's making? Metlan meets a mother or two but none last til the en ...more
Teresa Williams
Feb 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A very satisfying conclusion to the Mud, Rocks, and Trees series, this 6th and final book gives thrills, worries, and surprises! The characters I have enjoyed getting to know along the way are tested repeatedly. Some rise, some fall. I recommend it highly!
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R.A. Denny is an ancient history buff with a law degree from Duke University. While working as a criminal prosecutor by day, she escaped by night to create the fantasy world of her Tales of Tzoladia series.
R.A. Denny loves adventure, animals, and history. She has travelled to the ancient rock city of Petra on horseback, flown through the jungles of Costa Rica on zip lines, and visited the Great Py

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Tales of Tzoladia (5 books)
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