Monday, September 22, 2014

Virtual Book Tour: The Turquoise Tower by Travis Simmons

The Turquoise Tower (The Revenant Wyrd Saga #6) 

The captivating sequel to A Guardian of Shadows.

In the mystical lands of the Great Realms, Angelica, Jovian, and Joya search for their kidnapped sister, Amber. Their quest has led them through many dangers and revelations, but nothing has prepared them for what’s about to come.

A dream reveals what Angelica and Jovian are, but what does it mean for their future? There’s little time to dwell on this, for the chaos dwarves, the scourge of the Realm of Earth, are gathering at the gates of the Guardian’s Keep. The dwarves have the stone Wyrders’ Bane, and they’ve shown they know how to unleash its plague upon all those who wield the magical force of wyrd. With casters neutralized, a mighty blow has been dealt to the allied forces. The dwarves and trolls attack the keep, and the struggle to survive the war in the north is upon them.

Angelica, Jovian, and Joya’s journey is far from easy, but the future looks even bleaker when visions of a gathering darkness in the west and a congregation of angels could mark the beginning of the final war on the Ever After.

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My Review:

Let me tell you one thing, Travis Simmons really knows how to keep you interested in a story! This is the last book in a six book series. To me, that usually means that the story is winding down, that there isn't a whole lot of excitement left, that there isn't much more left to tell. Not with this series!

I feel that Simmons could have went on to write many more books if he wanted to for these characters. There were enough twist, turns, and surprises in this book to keep anyone on the edge of their seat.

While I didn't necessarily like the way it ended, I really did enjoy the series. I have been reading and reviewing it for months now and almost feel like it is a part of my life. I am going to have a hard time finding a replacement to fill the hole that is going to be left now that it is over.

I highly recommend this series to anyone that likes an epic fantasy series that will keep you guessing. The characters are wonderfully unique and individual. The story is fresh. The writing is so easy to read that it just flows by and makes you lose track of time and place.

  I am sad to see the end of this. I am sure to read it again and possible again after that!

About the Author
Travis has been writing since he was 14.  He began writing a book called "The Calling of the Two" and while writing that on and off he started uncovering another idea.

"Yes, this is all well and good, but what about before? What happened in the world before these characters came into it?" He always knew there was a "before" and as he started wondering about it he got ideas. At first they were little ideas but as he discovered the names for his characters a whole story about them emerged.
Travis started working on The Revenant Wyrd Saga several years back and he is very happy he did because hearing and documenting Jovian and Angelica's story has been one wild ride for him.  He has also written the Infernal Design series.

He lives in a small town at the base of the Adirondack Mountains and hoofing around my neck of the woods gives him a ton of inspiration for his novels.   He loves research, and speculating on different ideas and theories.

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I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions above are 100% my own.


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  1. I definitely feel like i've missed out not reading these, sound great xx

  2. I agree with Sharon. I think I better start this series.

  3. Thank you so much for the awesome review! I'm glad you loved it :-D


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