Hearth: Exile

Hearth Exile A man with no memory A woman with strange dreams An orphan girl all alone in the world Three lost souls brought together by fate journey across the Christmas landscape of New York City seeking ans

  • Title: Hearth: Exile
  • Author: M.R. Jenks
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A man with no memory A woman with strange dreams An orphan girl, all alone in the world Three lost souls, brought together by fate, journey across the Christmas landscape of New York City, seeking answers to an unfolding and ever growing mystery, watched over by Sister Regina, the head of the Convent where they are staying As they begin to find answers, as A man with no memory A woman with strange dreams An orphan girl, all alone in the world Three lost souls, brought together by fate, journey across the Christmas landscape of New York City, seeking answers to an unfolding and ever growing mystery, watched over by Sister Regina, the head of the Convent where they are staying As they begin to find answers, as they begin to discover and clues to Lauren and Brinn s identities, something stalks them an ancient and deadly Evil from before the dawn of recorded history A clock is ticking now, and they must solve the mystery of their origins and who they are soon For it is not just they and everyone around them who are threatened the entire fate of humanity and of two worlds is in peril, unless they find answers, and find answers soon What you hold in your hands is the beginning of an apocalyptic fantasy It is also a complete story in 4 Books, or Seasons Exile, Return, Rebellion and Armageddon I invite the Reader to come in, stay awhile and get comfortable If you like what you see, maybe you re willing to go a little further Let the story, and those who struggle against impossible odds, draw you in and carry you away to Hearth

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    1. My ReviewBrinn wakes up in an alleyway, without his memory, no money in his pocket and nothing but his wits to help him in this strange city. Fighting to stay alive, sane and find his memory, you completely find yourself engrossed with his tale.On his search I felt his elation at discovering Lauren and his despair at losing her again.Lauren wakes up in very similar circumstances. Lost, afraid, sans memory in the middle of a Museum exhibit. Her struggles bring her to Sister Regina, Paige and thei [...]

    2. Hearth: Exile is most definitely one of those reads that draws you in gradually. Set in modern day New York, the main character immediately grips you, but it's the quiet unravelling of his story that begins to stir your interest and curiosity. At the outset of this book you don't even know the main characters name, for he himself has amnesia and has no idea who he is. However, for those who worry that this read will take a while to get into, Jenks' beautifully crafted New York cityscape is super [...]

    3. Review originally posted at: digerbop/2013/09/heath-exile/A fantasy tale about amnesia, but not alcohol inducedHave you ever had too much to drink? Have you ever woken up with an awful headache, maybe wearing less clothes than would be your preference, or in a strange place? How did you get there? Floating in this haze, you reach for the nearest pain-killers or strong cup of coffee. Maybe you have woken up half-in half-out a trash can with no memory of how you got there. This is the case with th [...]

    4. I found Exile to be an intriguing read that flowed nicely in the way the knowledge of the situation was given to the reader. The characters are realistic and you find yourself caring for their well being. You can tell immediately that the main characters are from a different time or location due to their speech, but it's not difficult to read. The author also has a unique voice that works well for him. The novel is thorough and intelligent and is one of the first novels I have read in this genre [...]

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