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The Phoenix Ascension

4.13  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  6 reviews
From the ashes a new life is born.

Kari and her allies have seen numerous miracles in recent months, from the glorious rebirth of a friend to the unprecedented alliance of many peoples from across Terrassia and beyond. Now, all the pieces are in place, the military campaign known as The Phoenix Ascension ready to be put into motion. All hope - not just on Terrassia or eve
Kindle Edition, 441 pages
Published June 1st 2019
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Montzalee Wittmann
May 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Phoenix Ascension by Joe Jackson is a book I requested and the review is voluntary. This series has been a long and wonderful epic run! It just gets better and better! I love stories of epic battles, great female leads, demons, elves, dragons, and all types of creatures living in a world so created that I feel I know it well by now! It is a wonderful and exciting world with great adventures. It is very thought out from religion, social status, different land masses, everything! Start with bo ...more
Jun 01, 2019 rated it really liked it
The war is in full swing. Kari, Kris, and their allies are pushing to conquer the desert kingdom of the shakna-rir as fast as possible, so they can take down an ancient evil before it unseals itself. This is complicated by the simultaneous wars on two other worlds Kari holds dear, but slowly, things are starting to pull together . . .

I received a review copy of this book for free, but I bought it anyway because I love the series.

This is a book best suited to being read shortly after the previous
Katie Nadya
May 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Another fantastic book to carry on the story. Alot changes quickly in this book and I didn't see most of it coming. Kari still kicks ass as usual. A few plot lines get tidily wrapped up this time but the story is definitely not done. There is enough action in here to even leave me satisfied and that's hard to do. I slowly have come to love all of the characters even the ones I had complaints about before as they are so well written and change to be more than they were before. A book that can bri ...more
Joe Jackson
May 16, 2019 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Not reviewing my own work, naturally, just posting a PSA that the book is currently available for preorder on Amazon and releases June 1st. This is the penultimate book in the series. If you like dragons, sword-fighting, magic, a bit of humor, and a heroine who never throws in the towel, look no further.
Jun 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A Lookback To The Series

This will be a bit different than the previous reviews. Instead of talking about the current installment, I'd like to use the opportunity to throw a retrospective on the journey so far, and again examine the series as a whole. Don't worry, *The Phoenix Ascension* is an excellent book. It's precisely its excellency that made me think about the previous novels and the *Eve of Redemption* series in general.

From Kari's humble, even pedestrian, first adventure on Tsalbrin afte
Jeremy Michael Gallen
Jun 29, 2019 rated it really liked it
The tenth and thus far latest of author Joe Jackson’s Eve of Redemption series conveniently opens with a list of dramatis personae reminding readers of the identities, species, and whatnot of the multitude of characters that appear in his fantasy series. The story itself opens with protagonist Karian Vanador going over soldier records and facing the difficult decision of whether to rescue Seanada whilst risking the lives of many forces or just leave her to die with no risks taken. In the meanwhi ...more
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As an avid fan of fantasy, I try to combine shades of some of my favorite authors' writing - Tad Williams, Raymond E. Feist, and RA Salvatore, among others - into my own world. The result is a world of rich descriptions, complex politics, and heart-racing combat.

I started writing Sci-Fi short stories in fifth grade after seeing the movie "Aliens" in the theater. After getting into Dungeons & D