I'm an author who writes works of fiction/fantasy. The Way To Dawn is my debut series.
The Way To Dawn
The Way To Dawn: Ascension Zero
The Way To Dawn: Dominion of Eden
Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite
Greyshio Basque and Demeseus Ocadu had a similar dream where each received a mystical weapon. Greyshio obtained the Empyrean Blade Braveheart and Demeseus acquired the Empyrean Blade Eternity. Unfortunately, their hometown was destroyed by a man named Derexen who leads the Righteous Kira, a group that possesses dark powers. The Way to Dawn: Ascension Zero is the second installment of its series, a young adult sci-fi fantasy novel by Charles Lee. In this second book, Greyshio and Demeseus continue their mission of hunting down the elusive Derexen and stop the Righteous Kira from clouding town after town in darkness. Along the way, they find unexpected complications.
This fantasy novel is a page-turner right from the beginning. It does not to follow the conventional rules of YA fantasy-themed story. The flawless prose makes it is a swift read and readers will not want to put it down for needing to know what happens next. All the characters, main or not, are very well-fleshed out and it's easy for readers to connect with them. Another excellent feature is the detailed fighting scenes, which one can imagine as if watching them visually. Charles Lee is a superb narrator who really puts a lot of effort into his well-structured story and takes the readers in with his unforgettable characters and stimulating plot. Overall, The Way to Dawn: Ascension Zero has all the ingredients to capture the attention of fantasy fans and get them to keep reading right until the end. Despite being a sequel, it is still a standalone story, although readers will enjoy the story more if they read the first book.
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