Monday, March 24, 2014

Review: Awakening:The Ydron Saga by:Raymond Bolton

About the Book:
 How does a world equipped with bows, arrows and catapults, where steam power is just beginning to replace horses and sailing ships, avert a conquest from beyond the stars?

Prince Regilius has been engineered to combat the Dalthin, a predatory alien species that enslaves worlds telepathically, and to do so he must unite his people. But when his mother murders his father, the land descends into chaos and his task may prove impossible. Faced with slaying the one who gave him life in order to protect his world, he seeks a better way. Set in a vast and varied land where telepaths and those with unusual mental abilities tip the course of events, Awakening goes to the heart of family, friendship and betrayal.

My Review:
 Regilius awakens in a small hospital room complete with a bed. The last thing he remembers is a fun game of platter, he had played the day before. Other than that he remembers nothing. He soon starts to realize that something dark and mysterious was at work, but what?

 Doing as the doctor insisted would be only to easy for him to do, but Reg climbs out of the bed and starts exploring, trying to find the explanation to his memory loss. As he gets closer to the explanation, he finds himself in odd situations. But unknown by him, he is in more danger than he really knows. Reg must talk with Ai'Lorc before it all comes crumbling down.

 Ai'Lorc knows nothing of what happened to Reg, but he is willing to help in whatever way possible. Ai'Lorc didn't expected trouble to be following Reg. As he and Reg start finding the truth, Ai'Lorc comes up missing. Gone without a trace, Reg must depend on himself to find the truth and find Ai'Lorc, without getting hurt. This is going to be a hard journey but Reg knows he will have to fight his way to the end.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.