SINEXIA is a bastard world that never should have existed. Its birth was an accident. Born of war and anointed with savagery, its lands were conquered by magicians, monsters, and creatures that some would revere as gods or demons. Just as Earth holds Sinexia’s Origin, Sinexia holds the fate of the Earth. The Sinexia series chronicles the events that bind Earth and Sinexia. Read them and become engrossed in the tales of honor, love, despair, and action that cycle in a ring of creation and cataclysm. The Mark of Perillius follows the adventures of a young orphan who inherits the powers and abilities of his fabled ancestor. He is taken from the only normalcy he has ever known and tossed into a world of mystery and magic. Once there, he must learn to master his newfound abilities while encountering a host of rich characters, places of wonder, and dire situations.
The orphan’s name is Emberillius. He begins his journey as a sixteen year oldyoung boy. He must spend nine long years in Sinexia if he is to have any chanceat all of saving the Earth from an impending catastrophe. It is during this time that he learns about love, war, hate, responsibility, life, death, good, evil, and sacrifice as he matures into a man. Through the trails of life an orphan is forged into a hero.
This book is gripping from the first page. It really draws you into the story with all of its fast paced action. The plot was compelling.
There were a few spots that I did have to reread. I think that was mainly because I didn’t want to put the book down and I was getting tired!
I can picture this book being turned into a great movie. The characters were so alive and vibrant. The world that was created was so detailed.
Atonus Perry did a great job at creating a work of fiction that will keep you spellbound.
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