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BOOK REVIEW: Road to the Soul  

Posted by Scott Wilson

Title: Road to the Soul


Author: Kim Falconer

Publisher: Harper Collins

RRP: $22.99

ISBN: 9780732291402

Release Date: March 2011

Pages: 576



Description:

Through darkness, the heart will find a way

A mysterious artefact leads Jarrod back to Gaela′s lost southern continent where he discovers a sentient being like himself.

Ruthless and extremely dangerous, this other version has captured Janis Richter.Luka Paree and Janis′ daughter, Ruby, are playing a dangerous game with Earth′s dictatorship. They have laid their escape plans, but the hunters are closing in. If ASSIST discovers the portal to Gaela, all is lost ...

Praise for Kim Falconer:

′An engrossing read′ AurealisXpress on Path of the Stray

′an increasingly convincing writer with an interesting and unusual voice′ Sydney Morning Herald on Path of the Stray

′one of the best fantasy books I′ve read in ages!′ Traci Harding, author of The Ancient Future on The Spell of Rosette

Review:



Road to the Soul is the sequel to Kim Falconer’s brilliant Path of the Stray and the second book in the Quantum Encryption series. This book picks up on the story just a few months after Path of the Stray and quickly reintroduces us to the well crafter characters we came to know and love in the first book.



Love the mix of science and magic Falconer weaves into the complex plot and society of her distant Earth.



Kim writes very strong and vivid fight scenes, and being a bit of a swordsman herself, you can really see the technical skill in her swordplay in her writing. I think that her hobby really adds a lot of value to these scenes that other fantasy authors can’t capture completely.



Can’t wait for the final book in the trilogy to come out.


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