The Eye of God

The Eye of God

The Beginning of the End...

If Blaise can find the Eye of God, he might be able to save the humans from themselves. Unfortunately, his only hope for success lies in the hands of a slave who wants nothing more than to die. If Blaise can’t save Terin and enlist his help, the Erelith Empire will fall.
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Blaise tries to act like a good human, but someone always manages to ruin things for him. When the Emperor’s most powerful weapon is stolen and its human vessel is kidnapped from the Arena, Blaise must choose between meddling in the affairs of mortals or remaining true to his duty and orders, thus preserving his life and soul.

To make matters worse, the Archbishop has betrayed the church and God by giving the Emperor the second piece of the Triad, the Heart of God. Should Blaise stand idle and leave the mortals to their own devices, the people of Erelith won’t just lose their lives: Their souls will be destroyed by a power that was never meant to fall into mortal hands.

If Blaise can find the Eye of God, he might be able to save the humans from themselves. Unfortunately, his only hope for success lies in the hands of a slave who wants nothing more than to die. If Blaise can’t save Terin and enlist his help, the Erelith Empire will fall.

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Series: World of the Rift King, The Fall of Erelith, Book 1
Genre: Epic Fantasy
ASIN: B00E5R8Y2A
eBook Price: 0.99
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The Eye of God Tells of two characters that are unknowingly intertwined, Terin trying to find a way out of his fate, Any way out. Blaise trying to change the fate of the world. From the very beginning when we meet the characters there is the constant hint of something just around the next page, secrets and twists in the plot keep the book interesting but not so twisted where you stop and go "wait what?". The bad guys have depth they are not just cookie cutter evil and overall each character is defined and quite easy to relate too. From the moment I opened this book I could literally not put it down until it was finished.
RJ Blain grabs you from the first page, and never stops. This tale, about a divine creature who really just wants to do his duty, is not your standard sword-and-sorcery tale. It starts with a literal cliffhanger, where we are introduced to the erstwhile protagonist, Terin. It doesn't take long for Blaise, the ages-old priest who hides a divine secret beneath his skin, to steal the show. Nonstop action follows, and Blain is not afraid to hurt these characters. And hurt them she does. I find the worldbuilding to be thorough and unique. I must admit I've never read about a fantasy religion quite like this one; this is no thinly-veiled Catholic criticism. This is a primal religion of destruction and life, that often leaves its victims lost beyond repair, but promises everlasting paradise nontheless. It does touch on some of the fallacies of human religious organizations, but that is not the primary purpose of this story, not by a long shot. No, this tale has bigger fish to fry, and the world might not survive the battle to come.
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