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Oblivions Forge

Oblivions Forge summary ☆ 108 For thousands of years they have sought the world from which they were cast out Now at last Aona has been found The younge. I am not a prolific reviewer for many reasons one of which is that I really don t like spoilers How to take a well worn tried and trusted premise and somehow hide the fact it is just of the same has been rehashed a thousand times before verbiage none of us should ever be forced to read I m pleased to say none of those things is a problem with Oblivion s Forge by Simon Williams and thus this reviewOblivion s Forge is interesting well written and magnificently original It is also of sufficient complexity to keep any reader guessing Simon Williams lays down the threads of his epic Fantasy series masterfully This is something readers should bear in mind before beginning the journey Oblivion s Forge is only the first book in an epic series Right from the outset you ll find yourself visualizing the completed picture You ll also find yourself constantly revising the image as each new thread adds in another layer Something nasty awaits you know it you imagine it you anticipate it and Simon Williams gradually reveals it Each new character is uniue and each new character is conflicted Who is good and who is bad remains unclear throughout Expect redeemable villains and flawed heroes further expect to be confused as to which category each new character belongsSimon Williams writing is detailed and thought provoking so expect to be provokedOthers who have reviewed Oblivion s Forge have described it as Dark Fantasy I don t see it that way at all To me the work is full of hope Yes the characters inhabit a grim corrupted world but all of them even the most delusional are striving to make the best of their situation Each of them believes they are on the correct side Note I did not say the right side Since each strives for success why does the writing deserve to be labeled dark If you enjoy complex deep and substantive writing then Oblivion s Forge deserves a place on your reading list Oblivion s Forge deserves to be read with a conscious eye to the finer detailsAre there things about Oblivion s Forge I didn t like Of course however they are mitigated by the scope of Simon Williams vision for his series of which this is just the first book I found myself irritated to discover several brand new characters introduced in the closing stages of the work I feared Simon had run out of original ideas and that these new characters would be used as a deus ex machina device to wrap up the story Thankfully my fears proved unfoundedNo I m not going to tell why it is justifiable for new characters to be introduced in the closing pages of a book to find that out you ll have to read Oblivion s Forge yourself So put on your thinking cap along with your clairvoyants cape and prepare for a particularly interesting journeyAlso remember to pack your hindsight goggles you re going to be using them a lotBottom line There are books in the Aona series and I will be returning to visit Aona as I traverse their pages And if they re as good as Oblivion s Forge I might even review them

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Oblivions Forge summary ☆ 108 Aona's secrets rise to do battle with their foes remorseless destroyers of world after world throughout the known Existen. An epic tale of dark fantasyAuthor Simon Williams has skilfully created the dark world of Aona in the first of the epic series It is a bleak medieval other world of dark shadows and mysterious forces where witches sorcerers and warlocks abound Among the many characters Voren travels in search of The Gates which he is drawn towards Amethyst is cursed by a witch to seek out a mysterious girl who resides within herself Jaana laments the loss of her healing skills Each have their own demons which they struggle to overcome The story line is intricate and some of the threads are woven together in a complex pattern I had to step out of my genre to enter this mysterious world of dark fantasy but I m glad I did and found myself gradually but surely drawn into this epic tale It has an apocalyptic theme with dark forces that emerge in shadowy forms as the people of this world await madness and death Oblivion s Forge is only the first book of the Aona Series and I look forward to reading the seuels and the final conclusion A very absorbing read from a skilful author

Simon Williams à 8 review

Oblivions Forge summary ☆ 108 R races of this world will all be swept up in a struggle for survival as their ancient malevolent masters guardians of all. Absolutely excellent My review will follow shortly Oblivion s Forge By Simon WilliamsThis is a dark mysterious and gripping first instalment of the Aona Trilogy The story begins when Vornen Starbrook the main protagonist who is wounded and found by a mysterious lady named Ona and is slowly nursed back to health by the Chulan people Vornen tries his best to remember what he saw when Ona uestions him as he recalls a number of ambiguous flashbacks however all he can recollect is the opening and closing of gates and stars that were not of their world he also heard voices that didn t belong to any creature or any life form that he could understand and then suddenly he remembers a name Marandaal to which the voices belong They are coming here they want the world for their own Meanwhile there is madness terrifying visions and unexplainable disease spreading throughout the villages and an overall sense of hopelessness and doom threatening to destroy the villager s existence SWilliams introduces the reader to a number of memorable characters all of which are conflicted with their own issues to a certain degree The narrative is well written and captures the characters hope fear and anticipation all at the same time while provoking the reader to finish the first instalment and start the next one immediatelySWilliams is a genius story teller and a master of depicting things of an un natural nature Oblivion s Forge is unforgettable speculativefantasy fiction at its very best and deserves to be ranked at the top My Rank5 Stars

  • Paperback
  • 306
  • Oblivions Forge
  • Simon Williams
  • English
  • 06 August 2020
  • 9781849141758

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    Simon Williams à 8 review [PDF] Oblivions Forge Oblivion’s Forge the first instalment of the Aona Trilogy is a highly original work free of the clichéd characters one expects of a fantasy work Instead the author populates this cold bitter hostile and dilapidated world with deeply flawed all too human individualsThe main protagonist Vornen is an individual banished and disowned by his own people someone cursed with Gate sight the ability to see portals between dimensions and ‘a viole

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    read & download Oblivions Forge [PDF] Oblivions Forge Simon Williams à 8 review This is a wonderfully written first book in a series of five The detail contained is huge and is a book you will want to savour and not race through There is a vast array of well described and developed characters with the setting as engrossing as the characters themselves and their stories As I was reading this I felt myself thinking that there was a strain of Tolkien in the backgroundIt has an amazingly intricate and

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