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The Brazen Altar (The Passionate Pantheon, #1)

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They know the gods were created by humans, of course. But the gods protect and provide for the people, so why wouldn’t the people serve the gods? In a Utopian society, what better way to express service than through pleasure and faith? For Kheema and her seven fellow Potentials, that means entering the temple of the Sun God to undergo months of training and practice to det ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published May 1st 2021 by Luminastra Press
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Michael Vogel
Dec 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: SciFi enthusiasts
Recommended to Michael by: Franklin
One of the biggest problems with fantasy and SciFi stories is that rarely are the consequences of the fantastical elements taken to their logical conclusions. Magic and technology serve as throwaways to drive the plot and are then forgotten about. As a result, I hold in high regard stories that add a fantastical element and then explore the implications such technology would have.

The Brazen Alter nails this aspect of the story and it was my overriding feeling throughout reading it. In a post sc
Jan 02, 2021 rated it it was ok
This was one of those reads where you keep going to the end in the hope there will be a point to the story... but there isn't.
It's just several somewhat confusing and very bland and boring stories in which sex seems to the main preoccupation, under the guise of worshipping gods. Other than that the people seem to do nothing.
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