OBSIDIAN SUN by Jon Keys

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OBSIDIAN SUN by Jon KeysObsidian Sun by Jon Keys
Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: Fantasy, MM
ReviewedbyLisa

Away on a sole hunting trip Anan, a spellweaver experiences the moment of his mate’s death.  Racing back to the Talac village Anan is horrified to see nearly everyone has been slaughtered by Varas slavers.  Undoubtedly the missing were taken to be used as sex slaves.  Searching through the ruins he finds a young spellspinner, Terja hidden by his father.

 

Though spellweavers and spellspinners use their magic together they typically keep to their own kind within the village.  Anan and Terja agree to work in unison to free their people and avenge the dead.  They make a blood oath which is heard by their gods who bless them with additional gifts.  Along their journey Anan and Terja discover their differences make them stronger, better together.  They will triumph in the end or die in the pursuit of freeing their people.

 

Wholly unique, Obsidian Sun takes readers on a road of vengeance and discovery.  The main characters burn with anger, yet allow love to blossom.  This fantasy story borders on science fiction with original creatures, mystical situations, and more.  There are some spiritual aspects of this world that aren’t easy to follow, but overall  Obsidian Sun is a fascinating, exciting place where romance can grow through tragedy.

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