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Warrior of the Ages (Warriors of the Ages) (Volume 1)

by S. R. Karfelt

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Why should you read "Warrior of the Ages"? Great story; well defined characters who are easy to like (love); an unusual idea of immortality (dying some thirty times a millenium); an easy, flowing narrative style.

Why not read it? I've given it thought, and for the reader of fiction, especially speculative fiction (a rather wide genre), i can only think of one reason: There is a religious element, in that some form of non-corporeal beings form a part of the structure of the book. On the one hand, this might be enough to turn some off; on the other, it's only religious in the sense that "A Bear Called Paddington" is ursine. In other words, that's no reason not to read the thing.

To be perfectly honest, i love this book; and i am not shy about spelling out the flaws of books i read and review (see my blog ~ http://rhydypennau.blogspot.co.uk/ ~ for plenty of examples). ( )
  ElSee | Jul 31, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0989534707, Paperback)

Immortality means one thing to Kahtar. Duty. For millennia the ancient immortal warrior has returned to guard his people from the outside world. This time, Kahtar must moonlight as a cop to guard the entrance to paradise. Beth White is drawn to the idyllic little village of Willowyth, Ohio, unaware there is a terrifying reason for her unnatural attraction. She soon learns a place full of secrets is nowhere to hide her own. When a man’s duty is to protect his kind from outsiders, what happens when he discovers one of his own living in the wrong world? Where is truth and honor when worlds collide?

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