The Obsidian Temple

The Obsidian Temple Best Read || [Kelley Grant] - The Obsidian Temple, The Obsidian Temple After a harrowing escape to the desert Sulis Hasifel finds her calling is not yet fulfilled Traveling to the Obsidian Temple the site of an ancient divine battle Sulis is tasked with mentoring Ava a
  • Title: The Obsidian Temple
  • Author: Kelley Grant
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Kindle Edition

The Obsidian Temple Best Read || [Kelley Grant], The Obsidian Temple, Kelley Grant, The Obsidian Temple After a harrowing escape to the desert Sulis Hasifel finds her calling is not yet fulfilled Traveling to the Obsidian Temple the site of an ancient divine battle Sulis is tasked with mentoring Ava a young girl with a troubled past Together they join a group of magically gifted warriors to re make the very fabric of the universe But the fate of the world hinges on wheAfter a The Obsidian Temple Best Read || [Kelley Grant] - The Obsidian Temple, The Obsidian Temple After a harrowing escape to the desert Sulis Hasifel finds her calling is not yet fulfilled Traveling to the Obsidian Temple the site of an ancient divine battle Sulis is tasked with mentoring Ava a
  • The Obsidian Temple Best Read || [Kelley Grant]
    254 Kelley Grant
The Obsidian Temple

About Author

  1. Kelley Grant grew up in the hills of Ohio s Amish country Her best friends were the books she read, stories she created and the forest and fields that inspired her She and her husband live on a wooded hilltop and are owned by five cats, a dog and numerous uninvited critters Besides writing, Kelley teaches yoga and meditation, sings kirtan with her husband, and designs brochures and media.

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  1. The rich Middle Eastern setting becomes another exotic character in this unique fantasy series While Sulis trains in the desert with her grandmother, far removed from the political machinations of the Temple, Kadar rushes home from a caravan journey to see his newborn daughter and the lover he left behind But, tempers in the city are on edge and the Forsaken are in even danger than they were before Kadar s attempts to keep his family safe during intense political unrest give a glimpse of the no [...]



  2. Good followup to Desert Rising Still recommended to any who enjoy fantasy Definitely start with the first book.



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