On Teralia, where magic has hidden for thousands of years, Darkness arises to challenge the Veil spell. The barrier is weakening.
Magic is returning to the universe. Only an outsider can prevent the destruction of the Glade and the people she loves.
On Sanctuary, the supporters of Tenybris have taken control. The universe teeters on the brink of all-out war.
Standing against them are Katheryne, the Foundation, prophesied to rid the universe of Tenybris forever, and Derren, the other half of her soul. Along with a small band of extraordinary friends, they need to raise an alliance against Sanctuary but incur terrible losses along the way.
Unseen, the Beast plots the release of its master. But Tenybris's freedom is not enough to sate the monster's depravity, as it sets out to corrupt and destroy whatever and whomever it can.
This is the beginning of the end. Who will remain standing?
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An epic fantasy sci fi, to satisfy
Yes, the story has many complex lines that needs reviewing before I take to the next installment
Katie well read and you will agree
Her natural vocalisation and relaxed accents, with great modulation for effect
yes spotting small yet pertinent "trekki" infrences
CJ Rutherford.s “in the Never” series
Hey if I am to take the time to review something you gonna get it wit 2 smoking barrels, (the perk of CJ not knowing where i live)
I start with the praise for his chosen narrator Katie Welburn
It is a breath of fresh air, to listen to the tones of someone who does not carry the garlic stench of a real strong accent. Allowing you to feel more involved with the characters, and her grasp at the We Irish accent made me believe she had even seen the commitments. all praise to the Narrator.
But to business, “the never” series. Lucky for me i was advised to start with prequel Origins, More a novella, but it got me hooked, so much so I continues straight onto Soles and Worlds.
From the innocent of Belfast to vast multi-worlds sounds a quandary however Its all here, with CJ’s Hometown of Belfast being the anchor that pulls this all together.
so i will summarise, “of the Never" are a compelling read, a fantasy sci fi with a little true love added. The development of its lead character (OMG its a woman) leaved the door open for some amazing continuations. The main additional characters begin life fooling me to believe they are Normal even bland, but pretty soon you have to open your mind to maximum as it seems CJ took a large dose of the Irish Pixy dust. “that escalated a little” came to mind as it fell into where i love a story to sit.