Journey of Fire and Night

Journey of Fire and Night

by D.K. Holmberg

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A warrior who cannot die. A water seeker who wants only to save her people. An endless war that hides a threat greater than either have faced before.

Jasn, a warrior known as the Wrecker of Rens, seeks vengeance for the loss of his beloved to the deadly draasin during the Endless War, wanting nothing more than to sacrifice himself in the process. When an old friend offers a dangerous chance for him to finally succeed, the key to understanding what he finds requires him to abandon all that he believes.

Ciara, a water seeker of Rens living on the edge of the arid waste, longs for the strength to help her people. When the great storms don't come to save her people, she will risk everything for her village on a deadly plan that could finally bring them to safety.

As the Endless War continues, both have a part to play in stopping it, but Jasn must discover forgiveness and Ciara must find her inner strength if they are to succeed. If they cannot, a threat greater than either nation will be unleashed.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161221761
Publisher: ASH Publishing
Publication date: 12/21/2018
Series: The Endless War , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 2,062
File size: 2 MB

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Journey of Fire and Night 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 9 months ago
It took me three days to get to 80 pages and after that I had to skip pages in order to make it through. I love the concept I liked Ciara story I think the Jasn character and the whole Barracks storyline could either have been its own book or better woven to Ciara storyline to make it more connected.
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Anonymous 5 months ago
I agree with another reviewer that the story got lost in way too many words. Too much redundancy. I gave up after a100 pages or so.. DMB
Anonymous 6 months ago