Ezekiola and the Rising Sons

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Pub Date 27 Sep 2023 | Archive Date 22 Sep 2023

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In the next chapter of the Fountain of Fire series, Ezekiola faces the ghosts of his past and an epic destiny in a world where many doubt him.

Trained to awaken the powerful Fountain of Fire, Ezekiola's journey is cut short by warriors who don’t believe in him.And Circa, his home planet, is in great danger. Even his friends are wary, thinking he might be a threat, which leaves him feeling isolated and lets darkness grow.

The evil Sons of the Night Sky are closing in, wielding a weapon that could steal his very soul. They want to catch Ezekiola and take the power of the Fountain. But one unexpected decision changes everything. 

With old foes, wicked guides, and hidden memories reappearing, get ready for a thrilling tale of heroes battling villains.

In the next chapter of the Fountain of Fire series, Ezekiola faces the ghosts of his past and an epic destiny in a world where many doubt him.

Trained to awaken the powerful Fountain of Fire...


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ISBN 9798985598537
PRICE $15.99 (USD)
PAGES 266

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Ezekiola endures Emerald training but struggles to meet the expectations of the trainers. Igor Sanza, certain that his student has not actually tapped into the Fountain of Fire, questions why Ezekiola does not tap into Zeke’s warrior skills now that the two have merged.

Ezekiola returns to Cypress School only to discover his friends are wary, concerned that he might be a threat. And, making things more troublesome, Falco Rasspan, the new head of the Forest Stewardship Council, is making things difficult for everyone.

What lies ahead for Ezekiola?

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Although this book is the second in the author’s Fountain of Fire series, readers will find sufficient backstory for the story to work as a standalone. With the expected characters in place, the unfolding narrative follows Ezekiola’s efforts to understand what has happened to him as a result of tapping into the Fountain of Fire and melding with Zeke.

Believable characters, a compelling plot, impressive world-building, and surprising revelations combine to keep readers turning the pages at breakneck speed; readers who enjoy science fiction and fantasy are sure to find much to appreciate in the evolving narrative that is both intriguing and unputdownable. Be warned, however; there’s a cliffhanger ending here.

Highly recommended.

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I became a huge fan of Lucy Kyan when I read the first book in this series: “Ezekiola and the Emerald Belt”. When the first book is so great it’s difficult to live up to the expectations with no 2, but Lucy Kyan does that – and in a splendid way in my opinion. She is a gifted writer.
This book is captivating and exciting. It is filled with spirituality for those who have eyes to see and at the same time it’s pure pleasure to follow the storyline. Let me warn you: Make sure you have some time when you pick up this book – you won’t be able to put it down.
And now I can’t wait for the next book in the series! It is highly recommended!

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