Embers of the Sun
An urban fantasy fiction, set in Australia.
Tessa Howard didn’t believe in Fate. Nor did she believe in miracles.
Yet, a spur of the moment decision veers her life onto a collision course with a re-alignment of events that she has no control over, where only a miracle will save her.
Review by: Minky Cockshell on 21 October 2012 (www.facebook.com/EmbersoftheSun)
Review by: kym klein on Sep. 20, 2012
The author's overall writing style was well constructed, compelling and engaging and is probably more suited to a younger reading audience, although sophisticated enough perhaps to appeal to a wider demographic. Story wise I enjoyed Embers very much. It has a very strong and unique plotline, the pacing is even and builds nicely to its' dramatic, and suprising conclusion.
Chantal's depiction of events and locations is imaginative and evocative, and the character description in general is excellent. The admirably un-rushed narrative spends as much time on the detail as it does on the theatrical. Embers of the Sun is dramatic, thought provoking and witty with compelling dialogue, and without giving too much away, it will keep you guessing right up to the final page. Which all contribute to making Embers of the Sun a highly recommended read.
Review by: Trish Salter on Sep. 16, 2012
Review by: Cameron Salmond on Sep. 16, 2012
Review by: David Brendan on Sep. 16, 2012
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