- File Size: 233 KB
- Print Length: 94 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Enchanted Forest Press (August 16, 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00EM5ZH1Q
- Rating: 4/5
Thea is the daughter of a farmer. She is content until she makes a terrible mistake, one that not only endangers her life but exposes her origins. Trained in war, Thea fights through blood and fire, war and peace, to discover the truth. She will face a desperate struggle which will remake the known world of Potara, influencing the next 6,000 years.
Let me start off by saying if you've not read The Emerald Tablet (you can check out my review HERE) then you totally need to.
This novella takes place in the same world as The Emerald Tablet, but gives us a brand new perspective as we get to know the past of Potara better
One of the great things about the Emerald Tablet was how we, as the reader, were introduced to so many awesome characters and places. You can only tell so much back story while sticking to the storyline in a book- thus the birth of this novella.
In this one, we learn more about Potara 6000 years before The Emerald Tablet takes place. We follow the story of Thea.
Like in Joshua's other works, his attention to detail and character depth really drives his story. Although it's only a novella, this story does justice to the series and the world he has created.
I highly recommend not only this novella, but the entire series!
Joshua Silverman was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Orange County, California.
While attending California State University, Fullerton and studying Criminal Justice, Joshua was introduced to a creative writing class where he wrote a series of paranormal stories. As a child, he has always been an amateur historian, focusing on ancient Egypt, Greece, and Roman civilizations.
Since working in the legal environment, he has combined his passion for creative writing with his love of ancient history by penning his debut novel, The Emerald Tablet, the first of seven in the Legends of Amun Ra series.