The Dark Season Saga: The Final Harvest.

The Dark Season Saga The Final Harvest In every world there are the players listeners doers and sayers They are those who define their world as they build and destroy civilizations Yet there are other mysterious players who have lived a

  • Title: The Dark Season Saga: The Final Harvest.
  • Author: Yehya Safwat
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In every world there are the players listeners, doers and sayers They are those who define their world as they build and destroy civilizations Yet there are other, mysterious, players who have lived across the ages undetected Nymtha, the Shadow Pilgrim, is an elite member of the Genn, an aloof race of shadow and earth Without the slightest interference in theIn every world there are the players listeners, doers and sayers They are those who define their world as they build and destroy civilizations Yet there are other, mysterious, players who have lived across the ages undetected Nymtha, the Shadow Pilgrim, is an elite member of the Genn, an aloof race of shadow and earth Without the slightest interference in the affairs of men, he silently watched the world of mortals since the beginning of time with ice cold indifference When the world of Talor is getting readied for the last chapter, Nymtha hears something a fading whisper he couldn t ignore Now he finds himself in front of the choice every Genn fears to face After millennia in the dark, Nymtha may be forced to run into the light onto history s stage About the first part The Final Harvest This part includes necessary details of historical events, political conflict and geography The good side is multi faced and includes many names and sides The dark side is even complex It is much like Game of Thrones so be prepared to take notes The multi layered twists are merely introduced in the first part and the complex plots are planted There is yet a hidden master plot that gets slowly revealed and won t get completely unveiled till the end of the 4th book.

    One thought on “The Dark Season Saga: The Final Harvest.”

    1. What a JourneyThis is a wonderful novel for fantasy fans. It's well written and moves smoothly through history describing quests, challenges and destruction, the hunt for treasure and a hint at romance. The adventure is told in first person and third person point of views.

    2. The Final Harvest, the first book in The Dark Saga, explores an epic tale that takes place in the fictional world of Talor. It follows Nymtha, a Shadow Pilgrim, as he watches the fall of Talor into the hands of darkness. He has no plans to interfere in the affairs of humans, but one incident caused him to fall straight into the heart of battle. Now Nymtha has to make a decision that would change the course of his life.There were many reasons why I gave this book a high mark. First, the world-bui [...]

    3. “The Final Harvest” is an amazing book, engulfing and mysterious. I really loved the way the author chooses to tell the story – not simply the fact that is told in the first person, but the situation from which this character is telling it. It really adds a lot to the book.There is a huge world construction in this book, not just in a “physical” way, but in terms of its people feeling and principals, its history and politics. In a way, I think this book should be three books (or more) [...]

    4. The Dark Season Saga is definitely a new take on epic fantasy. While I am not a great fan of dark or gloomy tales, this novel surprised me at every turn till I found out where the author was taking it. I don't want to spoil it but I think the thing I loved most about it is its rhyme. I love the writer’s voice and how he delivers his ideas.

    5. The Dark Season Saga: The Final Harvest by Yehya H. Safwat tells a wide-ranging, epic story of the struggle for the fantasy world Talor, and of Nymtha, who’s thrown into the heart of this war.The battle for Talor is suspenseful and engaging. Sometimes I really did worry about the world’s future, instead of just assuming the good guys would win and evil would be vanquished. There’s something about the heightened language in this novel that keeps readers wondering if it might just be a drama [...]

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