I don’t usually read too much fantasy anymore but I received an ebook copy of this story from book fun.org for a fair and honest opinion. I am glad that I asked to read it. I enjoyed the story and look forward to reading the next book in this Realms of the Infinite series. It started a little confusing for me and then I got into the flow of the book and had a hard time putting it down.
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From the acclaimed author of Prophet, Judge, and King… Return to the realms of the Infinite! “Larson makes the fantasy genre thrilling even for readers who wouldn’t normally venture into mystical realms.” -Booklist For daring to trust their Creator, Araine and Nikaros are swept from their homes into a foreign land…slaves to their enemies Araine Khalome of ToronSea follows the goddess Atea. But Araine secretly questions Atea’s power as a goddess. Wrestling with her spiritual doubts, Araine finds old scrolls containing verses that come alive, beckoning her soul. Within those words, Araine senses the presence of the Infinite, the despised Most Ancient God, enemy to all Ateans, and she’s captivated-secretly risking her life to read the Books of the Infinite. You are forever in My sight… Betrayed and condemned, Araine is swept away to the kingdom of Belaal, where she is swiftly apprehended and marked as a slave. Caught up in the lethal political and religious struggles within Balaal, Araine joins forces with another slave, Nikaros, a hostage and exiled son of an Eosyth Lord. As they fight to survive the antagonistic royal court, Nik and Araine soon realize that they must also protect the despotic god-king who has enslaved them. But the god-king, Bel-Tygeon, has plans of his own. Child of Dust, are you My servant?