Remedy (The Forgotten Legacies Series Book 3)

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Remedy (The Forgotten Legacies Series Book 3)

Remedy The Forgotten Legacies Series Book Before there were legends there was war Before fables came twisted truth and distorted tales Things deemed too dangerous were sealed and bound for all eternity Or so it was believed Whispers from an

  • Title: Remedy (The Forgotten Legacies Series Book 3)
  • Author: K.J. Simmill
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Before there were legends there was war Before fables came twisted truth and distorted tales Things deemed too dangerous were sealed, and bound for all eternity Or so it was believed Whispers from an ancient realm threaten the peace, drawing a lone adventurer into The Depths of Acheron He seeks something from within this sealed domain, and those banished want somethinBefore there were legends there was war Before fables came twisted truth and distorted tales Things deemed too dangerous were sealed, and bound for all eternity Or so it was believed Whispers from an ancient realm threaten the peace, drawing a lone adventurer into The Depths of Acheron He seeks something from within this sealed domain, and those banished want something in return Something belonging to them There was a prophecy forged of rebirth and death But knowing what is to come can change what will be And there is one who seeks to do just that He intends to use every tool at his disposal, every distraction and manipulation, to ensure the future will be his The time has come for the forgotten to be unveiled, and for the sealed to be unbound Only then will the world know true fear Each book in The Forgotten Legacies series reads as stand alone.

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    One thought on “Remedy (The Forgotten Legacies Series Book 3)

    1. C.A. King on said:

      At just over 500 pages this is one of Simmill's smaller books. It is also my favourite out of the series. I am truly hooked and will be picking up all of this authors books as they come out. I don't mind recommending them to others either.

    2. SA on said:

      The Remedy is a freaking fantastic book and I mean it! K.J.Simmill has a way with words, this is might be one of the best-written books out there, her descriptions are magical, her narrative pulls you in, her characters are extremely well developed. With each page, you are amazed and shocked. Each time you believe you have understood it all, you come to the inevitable conclusion, “I know nothing,” and you read on. It happens again and again on the next page as the author introduces new uniqu [...]

    3. Mary Yarde on said:

      What if everything you thought you knew, everything you had been led to believe, was a lie?Taya has suffered from terrible hallucinations all her life. Abandoned as a baby, if it was not for the care and diligence of Sunniva, then she did not dare think where she would be. Sunniva had warned that one day Taya's illness, her madness, would consume her, but what if the madness wasn't madness at all. What if her illness was caused by the woman who had so-called sworn to protect her?Oh. My. Days! Bu [...]

    4. Ellie Midwood on said:

      After reading the first two books in the series I couldn’t be happier to get my hands on this newbie, and it certainly didn’t disappoint! Just like the previous two books, “Remedy” featured an unforgettable fantasy world, each detail of which was so excellently thought-through and executed that I felt completely immersed in it, and that’s definitely a testament to great writing. The characters were also so memorable, vivid and complex that I didn’t want to part with them when the nov [...]

    5. Max Power on said:

      As always, I look for story first and KJ Simmill scores high on story telling ability. Not my usual type of book to be fair and I did struggle with the balance of narrative and dialogue, but that is a minor criticism. This is the first book I have read by this author and it is as it transpires the second in the series. To have it work as a stand alone book for me is an achievement in itself and while I would always suggest that readers should read a series in sequence, you could quite happily pi [...]

    6. R.J. Davies on said:

      A Story Weaver of Tales! Hard to put down! Must read!I would say it's a 4.5 out of 5 (they don't do half stars) not something I normally pick up but glad I did. This is the first book of K. J. Simmill I have read, the world and characters she created were so detailed and it was an amazing adventure. If you are a fan who likes High Fantasy Adventures and stories laced with legends and magic this book is for you! A beautiful standalone piece. Amazing 3D characters and tons of twists and turns. I h [...]

    7. Louise Jackson on said:

      Absolutely loved it! An epic tale of love and betrayal, with magical elements, benevolent deamons, relic hunters and a cast of incredibly deep characters. If you want an unputdownable read from the very first page, then this is the perfect book for you. With fabulous descriptions, great scene setting along with deep and well thought out characters, it didn't matter that I had leapt into this series at book 3. (though I will be going back to buy the others, just because this book is so brilliant [...]

    8. Rebecca on said:

      Remedy will take you into the world of Greek mythology in a way you've never experienced before. This isn't a place where gods turn lovers into swans or constellations. It's a dark, complex world where an evil plot is brewing. The story is long, but you'll be caught up in its intricate plot with many twists and turns. You'll second guess the motives of characters and wondering if they're good or bad. It's a book you'll think about long after you've finished reading it.

    9. Cynthia Morgan on said:

      I loved this book’s spiritual undertones that lifted every layer of the plot to a higher complexity. Its beautifully crafted characters are still vivid in my mind, more living beings than merely a fancy of fiction, and as they told their story, I was drawn not only along, but INTO their predicaments. A truly spellbinding fantasy that is resplendent in magic, mystery and mayhem, I highly recommend anything by this exceptionally talented weaver of words!

    10. Kat Drennan on said:

      Fans of Ursula Le Guin will appreciate this work and series. Multi-layered, multi-dimensional, the author has paid immaculate attention to detail. Taya and Rob are meticulously drawn and captivating characters. Recommended highly for lovers of classic fantasy. I did not start with book one, but found this a satisfying standalone piece.

    11. Stephen Drake on said:

      I have read all three books of this series and they just keep getting better. I can safely say that I am a fan of this author and her writing style. I found the characters real and relatable. Descriptions are full and rich. The entire book was immersive. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes high adventure stories laced with legends and magic.

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