The Emerald Gate



The Emerald GateThe Emerald Gate Is The Fifth Book In The Epic Fantasy Series, The OrbGeneral Nidon, Lord Commander Of The Army Of Salador, Leads His Knights On A Campaign To Rid The East Teren Of The Remnants Of Cragor S Shattered Army Soon, The Saladorans Will Assault Rigaria Itself And By Defeating Them Bring A Lasting Peace When News Arrives That Ayja Has Disappeared And A Summoner Army Threatens To Conquer Belen, Nidon Turns His Attention South He Will Fight His Way Across The World To Save Both An Empire And A Daughter He Loves Than LifeTrapped In The World Of Dromost, A World Where One Either Consumes Or Is Consumed, Ayja Is Caught In A Never Ending Battle To Survive Even Bearing The Shield Of Forsvar And The Hammer Of Dromost, She Isn T Safe The Very Items That Make Her A Power Make Her A TargetWhen A Demon Offers Her A Bargain, She Must Weigh The Terrible Price He Demands How Big A Risk Does She Take How Many Lives Does She Put In Peril For The Sake Of Her Own Freedom

Matt Heppe lives in suburban Philadelphia with his wife and daughter He teaches economics and military history, and in his free time makes traditional longbows He is a United States Army veteran, having served in Germany and the Middle East as a UH 60 pilot He is currently writing the sequel to Child of the Knight.

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  • The Emerald Gate
  • Matt Heppe
  • 04 July 2018

6 thoughts on “The Emerald Gate

  1. James Latimer says:

    This is a spectacular finish to The Orb, a series I ve been following since there was only one book It s been a great combination of strong characters, solid combat, inventive magic, and thrilling stakes The final volume doesn t disappoint, bringing both plot and character arcs to a dramatic and satisfying conclusion The plot divides between a military invasion by the champion knights of Salador, and Ayja s attempts to survive and escape the demon realm The two threads provide a nice balance This is a spectacular finish to The Orb, a series I ve been following since there was only one book It s been a great combination of strong characters, solid combat, inventive magic, and thrilling stakes The final volume doesn t disappoint, bringing both plot and character arcs to a dramatic and satisfying conclusion The plot divides between a military invasion by the champion knights of Salador, and Ayja s attempts to survive and escape the demon realm The two threads provide a nice balance between two of the series strengths, the historically accurate military escapades, and the complex magical lore that has expanded as the series goes on All the main characters do their part, and the final showdown in two countries is truly epic Like the whole series, highly recommended if you want to see what indie fantasy can offer but this is a fantastic series by any measure It s been an epic journey, and I can t wait to see what the author does next

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