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The Temple of Arrival

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The Liberators defiant stand at the city of Asta has sparked the fires of resistance in the downtrodden people. Slaves, serfs and even members of the aristocracy have risen against the regime and flock to the Liberator banner.
As conflict spreads across the world, the Supreme's gaze is fixated on Elian more than ever. Reeling from his mentors betrayal and
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Published March 31st 2020
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Craig Kelly
Mar 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
its worth the read. from page one i was glued afraid to put it down in case i missed something.
perfect pacing and plot twists. love the way the writer portrays how both sides use there own form of propoganda. what really caught me was how he describes how each emotions can affect you visual. how mastering each of these emotion can prove helpful such as anger can increase streght, joy can heal the broken heart or bone. each of the many emotions that we jump through on a daily basis can be the
James Schembri
Mar 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A very strong sequel to the first novel which grips the reader from the outset. Usually the second book in a series is weaker than the first - however I would go as far as to say that this one is even better than the first novel.

Matthew's ability to world-build is amazing and you can see all of the different literary and fantasy elements in this book - coupled with his capacity to shock the reader and provide plot twists at every turn.

Give the book a read!
Damien Larkin
Mar 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The Temple of Arrival is a fantastic sequel to The First Fear. From the opening chapter, we're thrown right back into the action as Elian and the Liberators, along with their Gifted allies, battle the forces of the Supreme.

Just like the first book, the action sequences were gripping as were the plot twists. We learned a lot more about the origins of the Power which really set the scene for the dramatic closing chapters.

If you're a fan of well written fantasy with interesting characters and
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Matthew Olney lives in Worcester with his wife Chloe. By day, he works as a copywriter, but at night he writes novels.
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