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5.0 out of 5 stars Sci fi romance, action, and spirituality, March 16, 2014
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This review is from: Seal of the King (Kindle Edition)
Aurora, the cool-headed, ready-for-anything warrior and David, the simple farmer, destined to be together… They know of each other’s presence because they have dreams or visions about the other person. They battle their way through enemy after enemy and space and time and dimensions together, armed with sword and faith, to get through to the worst evil their is. So they either defeat this thing or die trying, but there is no turning back. 

I like the faith part, that they are both committed to their spiritual lives. It’s a part of them, not something they can just take off if they decide they don’t like it for whatever reason. I also liked to see their relationship based off of their faith as well, like it’s incorporated into everything they do. I think this is what any religion is supposed to be like, not just an accessory. Also you don’t usually find a sci fi book with this aspect in it, but I loved it’s part in the book. It made everything a bit more down-to-earth or realistic, in the way that the characters acted and made decisions.

This book was action packed to the BRIM! Mixed up with everything else in it, all the romance and the spirituality and the different times and dimensions or whatever, this was a really intense book. Like I’d love to see this as a movie or something. There are plenty of different genres that make up this book, so it can really fit anyone’s interests. I definitely recommend it to all.

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