The Carnelian Throne (Silistra, #4) [Pdf/E–book]

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Janet E. Morris ↠ 3 review review ↠ The Carnelian Throne (Silistra, #4) Reth was hase enor the son of all flesh Lovers and freinds could they be the prophesi. The Carnelian Throne turned out to be as thrilling journey as I expected reading plenty of this author s other works before Historical fiction is my thing but thanks to this author I dove into the fantasy genre or what might be defined as historical fantasy In this book the clash between gods and their offsprings continues spilling into forbidden lands where Sereth Chayin and Estri happen to unleash a chain of events some unwittingly some on purpose finding themselves facing forces that may be beyond their power to deal with A spellbinding tale Ellie and the Harpmaker reading plenty of this author s other works before Historical fiction is my thing but thanks to this author I dove into the fantasy genre or what might be defined as historical fantasy In this book the clash between gods and their offsprings continues spilling into forbidden lands where Sereth Chayin and Estri happen to unleash a chain of events some unwittingly some on purpose finding themselves facing forces that may be beyond their power to deal with A spellbinding tale

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Janet E. Morris ↠ 3 review review ↠ The Carnelian Throne (Silistra, #4) Estri was a god and the daughter of Light Chayin was a god and the son of darkness Se. Janet Morris is a prolific author and has a library s worth of fantastic novels enough to keep a reader busy for years She has written everything from science fiction and heroic fantasy to historical fiction and modern day thrillers many of them in collaboration with her husband Chris I find her stories thoughtful intelligent worldly and wise She has a true gift with words and her prose is always sharp and crisp as poetic as a memorable song lyric Her insight into human nature as seen through the eyes of her characters is apparent in every one of her novels I ve so far read No matter how strange no matter how alien her characters never come across as anything less than three dimensional She writes her characters with such sensitivity and understanding that even her villains are often likable and sympathetic And now with the release of this revised and expanded author s cut of The Carnelian Throne the fourth and final volume in her ground breaking The Silistra uartet she gives us another engrossing and exciting adventure that leads to a satisfying conclusion where all loose ends are neatly tied up Once again Morris writes of Estri Chayin and Sereth friends and lovers who may very well be the three that a prophecy has foretold will bring light out of the darkness While this novel has all the wonders and magic of classic Sword Planet in the tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Leigh Brackett this is also a pure classic science fiction adventure that pulls out all the stops revealing the science fictional tropes underpinning the entire Silistra uartet It pulls together many elements that Estri s perspective alone couldn t do as we follow Estri Chayin and Sereth to the shores of a land where no one is empowered to speak This is a strange land where Mankind is not at the top of the food chain so to speak Genetic tampering has run amok and destiny is being molded by science This is a new almost stand alone adventure for the triad as they venture into a world they may not fully understand and yet must come to grips with in order to fulfill the prophecy The story starts off like a bullet train There are semi telepathic species of all breeds including humans that are part beast These creatures are ruled by a dreaming king and are controlled by a process of a very specific eugenics program and the story is shaped by these frightening intelligent and almost mythical creatures During the course of the novel Janet Morris brings up uestions and aspects of evolution and selective breeding and she deals with Esrti s Chayin s and Sereth s PTSD and Stockholm Syndrome as they fight to shed themselves not only from the ghosts that haunt their pasts but from old rules and belief systems as well Treachery love loyalty and bravery stand at the heart of this novel with characters rich and complex in thought word deed and emotion And let s not forget the fascinating Delcrit an unassuming character who in the end proves not only his worth but lives up to his destiny in a surprising manner Little touches like this are what define Morris well crafted worlds and scenarios and the little touches are the ones that often play the greatest importance In all her novels Morris deals with serious themes and issues Here she uestions the use of technology biology genetics and selective breeding Politics intrigue and sex have all played a part in The Silistra uartet and no less in this final volume in the series This series was way ahead of its time when first published in the late 1970s and in the early 1980s and its subject matter still resounds with urgency and importance Especially in this day and age where the role of women in society and politics is often than not challenged and uestioned where laws affecting the right of women to make their own choices over their own bodies and futures are at the forefront of the news almost every day Indeed Morris reflects on the role all Mankind plays on the world s stage and it makes one wonder if the future will be of our own making or one designed and dictated by those who control the world s wealth and power The four novels that comprise The Silistra uartet are not uick and easy reads The Carnelian Throne like its three predecessors is complex and complicated multi layered they can be read and enjoyed on several levels from pure entertaining adventure to a thought provoking mirror of our own endangered society Morris challenges the reader to think and to think for ourselves She paints a picture of a future dystopian society that may very well become our future if cooler and smarter heads do not triumph if the better angels of our nature do not prevail Strategy Concepts of Bill Belichick reader busy for years She has written everything from science fiction and heroic fantasy to historical fiction and modern day thrillers many of them in collaboration with her husband Chris I find her stories thoughtful intelligent worldly and wise She has a true gift with words and her prose is always sharp and crisp as poetic as a memorable song lyric Her insight into human nature as seen through the eyes of her characters is apparent in every one of her novels I ve so far Athletic Shorts Six Short Stories read No matter how strange no matter how alien her characters never come across as anything less than three dimensional She writes her characters with such sensitivity and understanding that even her villains are often likable and sympathetic And now with the The new gravity A new force a new mass a new accelerationunifying gravity with light release of this Living With ME Chronic Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome revised and expanded author s cut of The Carnelian Throne the fourth and final volume in her ground breaking The Silistra uartet she gives us another engrossing and exciting adventure that leads to a satisfying conclusion where all loose ends are neatly tied up Once again Morris writes of Estri Chayin and Sereth friends and lovers who may very well be the three that a prophecy has foretold will bring light out of the darkness While this novel has all the wonders and magic of classic Sword Planet in the tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Leigh Brackett this is also a pure classic science fiction adventure that pulls out all the stops A Step of Faith revealing the science fictional tropes underpinning the entire Silistra uartet It pulls together many elements that Estri s perspective alone couldn t do as we follow Estri Chayin and Sereth to the shores of a land where no one is empowered to speak This is a strange land where Mankind is not at the top of the food chain so to speak Genetic tampering has Entre ses mains run amok and destiny is being molded by science This is a new almost stand alone adventure for the triad as they venture into a world they may not fully understand and yet must come to grips with in order to fulfill the prophecy The story starts off like a bullet train There are semi telepathic species of all breeds including humans that are part beast These creatures are Joining the Preppers Creamy Herd Post SHTF Hucow Dairy Book 1 ruled by a dreaming king and are controlled by a process of a very specific eugenics program and the story is shaped by these frightening intelligent and almost mythical creatures During the course of the novel Janet Morris brings up uestions and aspects of evolution and selective breeding and she deals with Esrti s Chayin s and Sereth s PTSD and Stockholm Syndrome as they fight to shed themselves not only from the ghosts that haunt their pasts but from old Eden's Children rules and belief systems as well Treachery love loyalty and bravery stand at the heart of this novel with characters Graphic Design Rules rich and complex in thought word deed and emotion And let s not forget the fascinating Delcrit an unassuming character who in the end proves not only his worth but lives up to his destiny in a surprising manner Little touches like this are what define Morris well crafted worlds and scenarios and the little touches are the ones that often play the greatest importance In all her novels Morris deals with serious themes and issues Here she uestions the use of technology biology genetics and selective breeding Politics intrigue and sex have all played a part in The Silistra uartet and no less in this final volume in the series This series was way ahead of its time when first published in the late 1970s and in the early 1980s and its subject matter still Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu: And Their Race to Save the World's Most Precious Manuscripts right of women to make their own choices over their own bodies and futures are at the forefront of the news almost every day Indeed Morris Running to the Edge reflects on the Report an issue role all Mankind plays on the world s stage and it makes one wonder if the future will be of our own making or one designed and dictated by those who control the world s wealth and power The four novels that comprise The Silistra uartet are not uick and easy I Wrote This for You and Only You reads The Carnelian Throne like its three predecessors is complex and complicated multi layered they can be Adult Head reader to think and to think for ourselves She paints a picture of a future dystopian society that may very well become our future if cooler and smarter heads do not triumph if the better angels of our nature do not prevail

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    The Carnelian Throne (Silistra, #4) [Pdf/E–book] The fourth in Silistra uartet does not disappoint As ever the action starts immediately with incredible creatures fierce battles and searching of souls Our heroes are by this time ‘ than men and women and less than gods’ but in a land of largely bronze age people ruled by creatures of ‘Wehrkind’ gods they appear And the locals aren’t impressed In a uest for answers and revenge Sereth Estri and Chayin must battle to free

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    The Carnelian Throne (Silistra, #4) [Pdf/E–book] The Carnelian Throne Book Four in the Silistra uartetEmerald steel at rest upon a carnelian throneSuch is the vision that summons the preternatural heroes Estri Chayin and Sereth after the unmentionable beast handler Deilcrit the key to than he or they or all of Silistra could ever have fortoldEnmity lust betrayal courage love and honor are what claim it in The Carnelian Throne the epic conclusion to the award winning a

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    The Carnelian Throne (Silistra, #4) [Pdf/E–book] Janet E. Morris ↠ 3 review The Carnelian Throne is Author Morris's fourth book in her Dystopian series Here we find Sereth Chayin and Estri in their final uest to maintain a balance in this world where all species battle for dominance You will find the characters creatively crafted and so uniue This a gift that author Morris is known for Not your ordinary SciFi Fantasy This series is addicting

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    The Carnelian Throne (Silistra, #4) [Pdf/E–book] I loved everything about the first three books in this series Unfortunately as soon as Estri Sereth and Chayin enter a world in which it's basically still the Stone Age in which humans are not the dominant species everything that made them interesting goes out the window Wehrdom is an interesting idea but it doesn't go anywhere Oddly the book is riddled with typos The ending is weird and feels rushed this was a deeply unsatisfyi

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