January 03, 2022

#BookReview: The Twelve Realms by A.D. Sloane






Synopsis: There are messages told through language.
There are messages told through symbols.
And there are messages told through terror.


Nabii, a young Moorish royal, endures harrowing nights of chilling visions.

When an eccentric priest and a mysterious shaman seek to end her horrors, they unveil a series of cryptic messages and discover that her dreams are linked to an ages-old mystical prophecy with global implications.

The Twelve Realms is a historical reimagining that links kings and paupers, priests and soldiers, shamans and witches in an epic adventure. Nabii is the key within a tapestry of intertwined people, from Western Africa to the Far East and the British Isles, who must join forces and find a weapon that will defeat the shadows prophesized to rise from the deep.
 



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Rating: 1 Star
My Review: This one I wanted to love but sadly it just wasn't for me. It was just so slow and boring and I just couldn't love anything about it. 











About the Author

A.D. Sloane is the author of The Twelve Realms. She grew up in Athens, GA and Champaign-Urbana, IL. She attended the University of Illinois at Chicago, where she earned her B.S. in Occupational Therapy and DePaul University, where she earned her MPA.

She has enjoyed a career as a development officer for nonprofits and universities where she focused on Diversity Initiatives and K-14 outreach programs. She currently lives near Chicago, Illinois with her husband and two children

November 2016, A.D. Sloane conceived a basic premise for what is now The Twelve Realms.

The story, a blend of historical and fantastical Earth in the early 5th century, features a royal family of Yoruba descent who rule a quaint kingdom in southern Spain during beginning of the fall of the Roman Empire and the meteoric rise of Christianity. A historical fantasy, the novel is a reimagining of world history and the global influences that changed a powerful empire and the world.

--This text refers to the hardcover edition.









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