Monday, September 12, 2011

Review of Carry On The Flame: Destiny's Call by Jodine Turner

                      Overview
 Humanity is in the midst of the greatest crisis in their evolution. Sharay is the one chosen to show the way forward and help humankind move through the fear and dark times of today's world. Born into a lineage of priestesses in modern day Glastonbury, England, Sharay's way is blocked by her jealous Aunt Phoebe, who uses black magic against her to steal her fortune and magical power. When Phoebe commits Sharay to a psychiatric ward and accuses her of murder, Sharay struggles with the temptation to fight Phoebe's vengeance with her own. Through the ancient Celtic ceremony of Beltaine, Sharay experiences profound sacred union with the Welshman Guethyn, who shows her how to open her heart. But Sharay must learn to transform her hatred for her aunt in order to claim the mystery held deep within her cells that will allow her to fulfill her destiny and prove that the ultimate magic is the power of love.


                                            About Carry On The Flame: Destiny's Call
Sharay is prophesied as the chosen one in her modern age to set humans into a new age of prosperity. Her mom nurtured her abilities for the time she'd be called for bringing this in motion but Sharay's mom soon dies in what at first seems like an accident but proves to be more than that. The person after Sharay maybe someone she should trust. Liked the story because you become immersed in the deeply lulling imagery and magic power play involved between Sharay and the unknown adversary against her. Was a medium-good read but felt could've  been better. Contains strong hints of a religious center around an epic fantasy backdrop.
                                         Overall: Not good, Not bad read 
                                                    Genre: Fantasy
Available as: E-book, Paperback                                                                    
E-book: 296 pgs.
Paperback: 280 pgs.
Published: July 21st 2011 by TAG Publishing


                                     For this Review:*Provided For Book Promotion*


                       Carry On The Flame: Destiny's Call 


                                                              

                                                                About the Author 


Jodine Turner is an author of Young Adult/Adult fantasy, paranormal romance, magical realism, and visionary fiction. She is also a therapist, a consecrated priestess, and a deacon in the Gnostic Church of Mary Magdalene. While living in Glastonbury, England, the ancient Isle of Avalon, she began writing the Goddess of the Stars and the Sea series about priestesses who have lived in Glastonbury down through the ages. The novels are an adventure filled initiatory journey into the Mysteries of the Goddess and carry keys to embodying the ultimate magic - love. 






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