Remeon's Crusade

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Pub Date 13 Aug 2020 | Archive Date 21 Jul 2020

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To discover her future, a young woman must first go back…

To unite a family bond, she must break it…

To find love again, she must let it go.

Arista’s family loves her, seeks to protect her, but her bonds of love are strained and tested upon the death of her mother, Whisterly. Leaving behind the council chair of Remeon, and a powerful generational legacy of witches ready to take Arista in, uncertainty hangs in the air.

As Arista explores her new role and the powers surrounding it, she discovers love—and all the dangers with it. As her father grieves and her family questions the past, Arista must face the truth with courage, staring fiercely into the heart of the unknown.

Full of political, mystical, and familial intrigue, Arista must choose whether to accept or forsake her inheritance, and consequentially the ones she loves.

To discover her future, a young woman must first go back…

To unite a family bond, she must break it…

To find love again, she must let it go.

Arista’s family loves her, seeks to protect her, but...


A Note From the Publisher

Available in the following formats: Hardcover: (978-1-64397-117-9) Softcover: (978-1-64397-118-6) & Ebook: (978-1-64397-119-3). LCCN: (2020933869). Print distribution through Ingram, Bertrams, Baker & Taylor, and Perma-Bound. Ebook library distribution through Overdrive, Hoopla, and Baker & Taylor

Available in the following formats: Hardcover: (978-1-64397-117-9) Softcover: (978-1-64397-118-6) & Ebook: (978-1-64397-119-3). LCCN: (2020933869). Print distribution through Ingram, Bertrams, Baker...


Advance Praise

"Garrett’s seamless blend of Science, Fantasy, and Historical fiction is mind-bending…and the series as a whole is nothing short of spectacular. "  — John Darryl Winston, author of the IA series

"Garrett’s seamless blend of Science, Fantasy, and Historical fiction is mind-bending…and the series as a whole is nothing short of spectacular. "  — John Darryl Winston, author of the IA series


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Featured Reviews

Remeon’s Crusade finds our hero, Jack, back on earth in the U.S.A. (circa 1947). The years have not dulled Jack’s love for Whisterly, his Remeon mate and mother of his Remeon children. Thanks to his power of telepathy, gained while captive on Remeon, Jack has communicated with Whisterley since his departure in the early 1930s. A cure for the virus PR 251 which has plagued Remeon for years is imminent. Good news for the Day Watchers and Whisterly as Head of the Council, but unfortunately, Whisterly has been infected for some time and the cure is too late. As she is dying, she communicates with Jack…and something is suspicious. Jack is inconsolable over her death and is determined to return to Remeon, dangers be damned, to find out what exactly happened to her. A family reunion ensues on Remeon as Jack and his daughter, Arista, now the Head of Council begin the bonding process. Stephen soon arrives to reunite with Arista, and Belle, Stephen’s sister, finds her way through the portal back to Remeon to add her unique powers to those of the witches’ coven. Meanwhile, the Night Dwellers, as contemptible as ever, find themselves with a new leader, Simon. This tribe has not been as successful in finding a virus cure as the Day Watchers, so the conflict with the Day Watchers continues. No spoilers added here, but a real surprise for the reader awaits. Once again Garrett weaves an exciting tale in Crusade full of conflict and tension in this sci-fi, fantasy, witchcraft YA novel sequel. Her world building is string, descriptions are rich, tension palpable, characters believable by their dialogue and actions. I love the tender romance that she seamlessly weaves through each of her novels in this series. There are some surprises in this third book of the Realms of Chaos series that give the plot a real twist. The use of witchcraft increases in Crusade, but contributes very well to moving the plot forward and heightens the tension for what will inevitably contribute to the story in book four. (Can’t wait!) Remeon’s Crusade is a page-turner to be enjoyed from the first page to the last. This book is not just for the YA crowd. Adults will enjoy it too. In exchange for an advanced reader electronic copy of this book from Net Galley, I agreed to provide an unbiased review.

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The story of the book was for me positively surprising something new and not something that I read thousands of times before. The plot was unique the characters well described and authentic and writing style for me very pleasant and fluently to read.

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An engrossing and entertaining story. The plot is quite original and I liked it. The character development is excellent and the world building interesting. Recommended. Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC.

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Although you could probably read any of the Realms of Chaos novels in any order (that’s how well they are written individually) as standalone novels, to experience the full breadth, depth, and intention (I believe) of the J.W. Garrett’s work, do yourself a favor and read them in the order in which they were written. Powerful is an understatement. Garrett’s seamless blend of Science, Fantasy, and Historical fiction is mind-bending.

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