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The Redemption of Erath Exile Book Review

Picking up where The Redemption of Erath Consolation left off, the reader is taken on a journey. A great addition from the last Book.

The Redemption of Erath Exile



It looks like the people of Consolation did not get their wish after all. Brandye Dui-Erath is alive and well. Lonely, but he is still living. Believing he carries darkness were ever he goes, he befriends a bear and together they live out the winter together. It turns out, some months later, his grandfathers tales were true. Brandy was captured and by people outside of Consolation.

The new people were not all that nice. Brandye was captured, forced to learn a new language and become a slave. It was only after Kahana showed him some kindness that he was set free and back into isolation.

Through his journeys alone, he was surprised to bump into his lifelong friend Elvin. Forgiving Brandye from the past, they were now traveling to finish his journey together. Through the journey mysteries people came to help the two of them. One in particular was that of light. While Brandye was a full believer he was filled with darkness, she was instant he had a greater destiny to come.

Now Brandy has to deal with his darkness, try to fulfill his greatness. With the help of Elvin the two of them go on a mission  of discovery to help the world of Erath.

My Opinion

I felt The Redemption of Erath Consolation to be a really fascinating read. In the beginning of the book, I felt myself sad and alone with Brandye. When he was captured, I felt his pain and later on I felt his nervousness when he found his good friend Elvin. While Brandye is a full beliver he is full of darkness, I feel this book is filled with so many emotion, and well written characters, I had no choice but to feel along with them.


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I felt The Redemption of Erath Consolation is a great teen book. If your teen has read the first book, this book is a great continuation. Not only is the journey back and forth from isolation to captivity interesting, but every aspect is well written and well developed. So many worlds, cultures, and interesting people to meet along the way. Not only was this a good read, but the book ended with the reader wanting more. We are all hoping Satis will continue the journey with Brandye.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are mine and were in no way influenced by outside sources.


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