Jaeth's Eye (Agartes Epilogues) (Volume 1)

[K S Villoso] ✓ Jaeths Eye (Agartes Epilogues) (Volume 1) î Read Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Jaeths Eye (Agartes Epilogues) (Volume 1) Great if you like experimental narratives, fully formed worlds that will transport you, and a steady stream of cliff according to Angel Leya. Okay, wow!Jaeths Eye is about a bunch of people in a turbulent world with some supernatural/magical things that are threatening to undo everyone.Let me try that again.This book is about Kefier as he struggles to reconcile his past and find his way in life. Or its about Sumes struggle to care for her family and the sacrifices she makes t. Stephen Wolf

Jaeth's Eye (Agartes Epilogues) (Volume 1)

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Rating : 4.36 (512 Votes)
Asin : 0989446042
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 372 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-07-06
Language : English

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"Great if you like experimental narratives, fully formed worlds that will transport you, and a steady stream of cliff" according to Angel Leya. Okay, wow!Jaeth's Eye is about a bunch of people in a turbulent world with some supernatural/magical things that are threatening to undo everyone.Let me try that again.This book is about Kefier as he struggles to reconcile his past and find his way in life. Or it's about Sume's struggle to care for her family and the sacrifices she makes t. Stephen Wolf said intriguing Character-Driven Tale. Jaeth's Eye caught me by surprise. Villoso knows her characters and their world intensely. She conveys the story primarily through dialogue and thought, building a sense of each character's motivations and personalities. The threads of the tale interweave and bring the reader along for the ride, up to the dramatic conclusion of book one wh. Wonderfully Written Fantasy Jaeth’s Eye is the story of two people, Kefier and Sume, joined by the death of Oji, Kefier’s friend and Sume’s brother, and their separate journeys to discover the reasons behind Oji’s fate.For Kefier, who has spent the time since Oji’s death on the run from the Boarshind, a company of mercenaries and his for

One bears a name long forgotten in legend; the other is young, arrogant Ylir, who takes special interest in making sure Kefier is not killed by his associates. And then an errand goes wrong and he finds himself holding his friend's bloody corpse. Here, a father swears vengeance for his slain children; there, a peasant girl struggles to feed her family. Now begins a tale with roots reaching beyond the end of another. The apex of their rivalry: a terrible creature with one eye, cast from the womb of

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