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  • 06 October 2020
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review From Chaos Born (In Her Name: The First Empress, #1) ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ented the utter destruction of their kind But a newly arisen ruler the Dark ueen seeks to destroy the ages old euilibrium All. I thoroughly enjoyed it In my adult years I haven t read many works of fiction preferring to stick to non fiction pertaining to history and science based books Mr Hick s books brought back the pleasure of reading science fiction books of my youth When life s responsibilities are reduced I will return to reading his works Love Broke Thru preferring to stick to non fiction Hermann Göring pertaining to history and science based books Mr Hick s books brought back the Anatomy of the Spirit The Seven Stages of Power and Healing pleasure of reading science fiction books of my youth When life s responsibilities are reduced I will return to reading his works

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review From Chaos Born (In Her Name: The First Empress, #1) ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub That stands before her is a child of prophecy a child destined to unite their race A child the Dark ueen must kill at any co. Just as magnificent as the othersI didn t think trilogy could be as good as the first two in this series but I was wrong It is completely enthralling Elvásik A Veres Csillag prophecy a child destined to unite their race A child the Dark ueen must kill at any co. Just as magnificent as the othersI didn t think trilogy could be as good as the first two in this series but I was wrong It is completely enthralling

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review From Chaos Born (In Her Name: The First Empress, #1) ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub For long ages the Kreelan race has been ruled by war Only the priests and priestesses of the ancient martial orders have prev. It had been a long time since I read science fiction but I decided to expand my reading to new genres and picked up Empire In Her Name Redemption 1 by Michael R Hicks I found it to be a wonderful blend of epic fantasy and sci fiSo read it loved it and immediately bought Confederation and Final BattleMichael Hicks created the world of Earth after it had taken to space having built far flung loose colonies that behaved similar to our own nations here on Earth mistrusting not necessarily ready to help or support one another and having fierce differences of opinionHumans were not sure they were the only sentient species in the universe and had not given up lookingI love the characters which Michael Hicks is a master at creating a massive number of them as the series progressed and some wonderful key players such Ichiro SatoBut the best characters in the series were among the Kreelans a society whose ideals were so foreign that it was easy to hate them And yet the author managed at a point to gain my understanding for them and even empathy Imagine a society of female warriors whose lives were totally dedicated to battle And they were so skilled at war that there was no one left anywhere to conuer they have taken on every sentient society they found and annihilated themTo die in battle was the ultimate glory to the Empress So they fought and were happy to die in her name Until they found the humans they had the problem of having no wars to win So this war like society was excited to have a new game of war to play with what they felt were somewhat worthy opponents Even though the humans were Neanderthals when it came to technology Nor did they have their powerful magical skills So the Kreelans had to use ancient technology to even the odds Because if the win was easy it was not honorableYou ask were there only females in this strange society Well no But to tell you about that would be a spoilerSo we had a clash of two completely different societies the Kreelans who had terrible powers and who did not find killing immoral and the humans who found killing abhorrent but a necessary evil of war a war in which they were powerless to winI was riveted to the entire exciting series