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Summary

The second instalment of Drew Wagar's Shadeward Saga, Shadeward: Exoneration continues charting the adventures of Kiri, Zoella, and the priestesses of Drayden along with the grand and terrifying tasks of Meru all under the watchful, changing eye of Lacaille...

A people exiled, begin to unravel myth and legend, unearthing clues to their tempestuous past.

Pioneers rediscover technology from ancient artefacts.

Priestesses with remarkable powers turn their devastating abilities on those they see who offend their god, the star that blazes unchanging in the skies above.

But when that star unleashes devastation, it shows no favour and no mercy.

©2016 My Daniel Grubb (P)2020 Mr Daniel Grubb

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Marvelous adventure...

Excellent storytelling, intriguing characters and adventure spanning a strange world containing machines, beasts, witches and a strange astrological event...

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A good book well-read.

A good continuance to the series and a really good performance by Drew as a narrator. I have very much the same very minor complaint I had with the first book about the occasional odd pronounciation varying from very minor to, in very rare cases, almost rendering a word unknowable. With that said though, it is as I said very good and well-worth getting.

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An enjoyable to story

Good Character creation, I find a lot of connection with the characters in the story. Fantasy with winchers and medieval times and cultures, with long forgone people, technology lying around from times long-ago on a world orbing a red star that every so often flare burning anything living thing that in the open. This fantasy and Science fiction book keeps me listing and wanting to carry on to the next book.

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An excellent continuation from book 1

I very much enjoyed book 1, but book 2 was even better!! The story is exciting, imaginative and at times kept me up much later at night than I should have been as I just wanted to hear what happened next! I can't wait to start book 3!!

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  • 21-06-21

Very good! A great continuation.

A great continuation to part one. Looking forward to seeing what happens next. The author has created a fascinating world and strong characters. An exciting adventure!