Alyra stared at the White Road. Felt it beckoning, calling her to complete the quest to convince the reclusive dragons to rejoin Alburnium. Lord Darnel haunts the dreams of his Princess. The dark ruler of Racah refuses to give up his hunt to return Alyra to his castle where he can control her powers. Tarek holds the truth of his life in Racah with Alyra a well-guarded secrAlyra stared at the White Road. Felt it beckoning, calling her to complete the quest to convince the reclusive dragons to rejoin Alburnium. Lord Darnel haunts the dreams of his Princess. The dark ruler of Racah refuses to give up his hunt to return Alyra to his castle where he can control her powers. Tarek holds the truth of his life in Racah with Alyra a well-guarded secret. Despite his reservations, his heart leads him to join Alyra's journey and protect her from the dangerous drakes. But in the midst of their travels, something greater than either anticipated comes to light between them. The centaur friends, Lotari and Stitch, are under pressure to complete the Wilderland Meeting Hall before the Dwarf King Lucien brings war upon them. Katrina the Curian continues the search for her missing kin while keeping her linage a secret. With the use of a magical looking device, she may either have found the break-through she's needed, or exposure of her tightly kept secret. Jerin the Warrior continues his trek, with the Alburnium warriors, gathering reinforcements to stop the Dark Lord. But with each place they visit, they find the Racan leader's power and strength growing beyond what anyone could have imagined....
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Loved it!I love this series and the way this author writes. This book does not disappoint and keeps you turning the pages wanting more!
Book three in the "White Road Chronicles", "Emanate" is my favorite so far. I loved it. Great Christian fantasy, an allegory actually. Good storyline, characters are well rounded, several types of creatures and "beasts" are found in this story of the battle between good and evil and how even the seemingly most messed up person can make a difference. I give it five stars. No swearing or sexual content. The main character is a teenager, but most others are adults. There is violence and fighting, though nothing really graphic. I can recommend for teens and up. Though it has a Christian message and a story that follows the spirit of Christianity, it never mentions the familiar terms we use for God or Jesus. I think non-Christian fantasy readers would also love the book, just not see the true story.
This third book in the series is really a continuation of the second. Like that one, the story is engaging, the characters are interesting, and the book is forward-moving. The allegorical parallels continue to be well done -- integral to the story and not preachy. For storytelling alone, I would give the book 4 stars. However, like the first two books, the editing is awful to the point of frustration. In some places, it's even difficult to decipher the message.
Emanate book3 This was the third book in the series and I couldn't wait to finish book two. Now that I've finished it I Am on to the next book in the series! Can't give it away but it has me in its grip and won't let. Go !!!!!,
I thoroughly enjoyed Book #3. My only complaint is that I have to wait so long for the next installment.