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(((READ KINDLE))) ↶ Journey Of Fate (Godling Chronicles #7) ↝ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free

Another winner from Brian D Anderson in The Godling Chronicles Series Dewey and Kaylia s children are now young adults, with Jayden very much in the dark regarding his parents history, and unaware of his own suppressed powers Due to dark forces and rising tensions between Elves and Humans, it s now up to Jayden, and his younger sisters, Maybell and Penelope, to use their powers to save their parents, and the worldor possibly end the lives of every living creature A real page turner. (((READ KINDLE))) ⇩ Journey Of Fate (Godling Chronicles #7) ✓ It Has Been Years Since The Fall Of The Reborn King, And Jayden Stedding, Son Of Gewey, Dreams Of Adventure Life As A Farmer In Sharpstone Offers Very Little Excitement But Like His Father Before Him, Fate Will Descend Like A Storm And Soon He Will Learn That With Adventure Comes Peril And When You Are The Son Of A God, That Peril Can Shatter Worlds Heaven Is Once Again In Turmoil And Gewey Stedding Is Missing And It Falls To Jayden To Find Him But His Journey Will Take Him Places Even The Gods Fear To Tread Carried To The Edge Of Madness, He Must Restore Hope And Prevent Time Itself From Being Upended A brilliant start to continue the series This takes place many years later after books 1 6 Gewey Steding now has 3 full grown kids And he is missing It s up to his son to try and find his father, and save his mother The problem Half the Gods are on his side, the other Half want to see him fail The plot is great, and the entire story has you on the edge of your seat It s great to revisit some old characters, as well as see some new ones This is one of my favorite series by Brian D Anderson, and I m very excited to see him revisiting it I can t wait to read the next book The narrator of the audio book, as always, does a fantastic job I think there s only one planned in this series, but Brian can just keep on going, and I ll keep on reading this series I appreciate this is part of series, but given the fact I was drowning in exposition throughout I have to ask why It works perfectly as the beginning of its own series without any context from the books before it, considering my aforesaid complaint of the book There is another complaint that I have which also makes me wonder why it was written in the first place, and that is the whole time travel plot that was introduced at around 2 3 of the way through the book Not only that, but the lateness of this also confused me if this was truly a new instalment in a long running franchise Surely every loyal reader would know this information already And if they did, surely they wouldn t want to read it again Even I, who picked up this book thinking it was a first of a series rather than the seventh, found it too bogged down with explanation In my opinion I already understood everything the first time around.That being said, I think the word building decision to only have Elves, Gods and Humans was a good one That meant a lot time could be spent on how each operated I m aware of the servants of the Gods that show up later but these are said to come from either humans or elves originally so it wasn t a hard concept to overcome.The time travel aspect was fun and interesting in a genre that usually doesn t have any, so that was nice It s unfortunate it only came in when I had already started growing disinterested enough to start the skimming process Like I ve said, I feel a bulk of this book s information, though lovingly craft, was very much redundant Otherwise, this book was actually quite enjoyable in comparison to the other trope filled horrors I ve come across It s not without lines that I could have predicted verbatim, but some predictability does not sour a brew entirely Would I recommend this book by itself Possibly, if the hook of the story had come in earlier and it had been a single book and concluded as such Would I go and read the other books in the series A definite no To me it would be a vast waste of my time, considering how long this book was as one of seven in the series so far. Great series and a great readJust another great installment within this series I am both sad and excited by the promise of the final installment in the series Keep up the great writing.. Once again another great book in the Godling Chronicles I couldn t put down, and was disappointed to finish Cannot wait for the next book, but will also be sad the next book will be the last in the series Great Book 7Didn t see the child coming It at least prolonged the storyline which is what I really wanted anyways Thank you Interesting turn of story Am intrigued as to where this may end up going