I’ve heard good things about A.R. Kahler’s Immortal Circus series. (After all, what isn’t to like about books set in circuses where strange things happen?) But I have so much to read that it’s hard to go back and catch up on a series. So when I saw that he had a new book out in a different series, I decided to give it a try.
MARTYR is set in a post-apocalyptic war. Some people have magic powers granted through the use of spheres. Some of these people worship a dark goddess and managed to unleash
Since reading Harry Potter, I have stayed far away from fantasy stories revolving around the use of magic. I’m glad I broke this self-imposed ban with MARTYR.
Alex created a vivid world that took me beyond my imagination. My favorite part was the love between Tenn and Jarrett. So tender was the love, it broke my heart.
Protagonist: Tenn is a mage fighting the good fight against evil undead beings named Howls and those who brought these unholy monsters into being. Tenn is an interesting character because he lives in a world where magic is real and an accepted fact by most if not all the population, however like most fantasy series, he’s drawn deeper into the world of magic and there is a prophecy about him that adds a lot a weight to his shoulders. Unlike most characters, Tenn pushes away his prophetic d