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Take a look at Book, Comments, and Blurbs at ask David.The Chronicles of Heaven’s War, Book I – Sisters of the … Enjoy what we share.

For ages, the people of the First Realm have lived peacefully. But the selfish and deceitful eldest son wreaks havoc in the hope to control and seize the realm creating a chaotic world. The sisters of the Bloodwind take the courage to fight the Evil and help secure a future for all humankind. Will they succeed in bringing back peace in the realm? Will they be able to finally put an end to this war?

Ava D. Dohn is certainly a wonderful writer. Undoubtedly, she has a unique talent. The first book of “The Chronicles of Heaven’s War” allows us to take a glimpse into how the author’s mind works. It also gives us a glimpse of the world the way she sees it. The story line itself is interesting – an alteration of life. The journey of the characters – the brothers and sisters – in this novel mirrors all the various walks of life in the real world. The wickedness of the eldest son and the courage of his brothers and sisters to fight against him are effective representations in exploring reality. It cannot be denied that this is a wonderful book to read because the characters are just so real. The realm that the author takes us into is an amazing place and this is proof of her rich imagination. This is one of those books that make you stop and think. After reading this book, you will definitely want to buy the next book in the series.

Professional Review by: Lit Amri for Readers’ Favorite- on July 5, 2013

The First Realm is a place of eternal peace and freedom. Yet, its majestic liberation and tranquility ended due to the betrayal by the eldest son, who wants to control the realm for himself. “The Chronicles of Heaven’s War” is a chronicle of brave men and women battling against each other to save their realm and humanity before they are destroyed and cease to exist. “The Sisters of the BloodWind must pass away into nothing before the great and fear-inspiring day of my God. But, in their rebirth shall all men quail, because they are the trinity of good, bad, and evil.”

A heavenly world that I truly enjoyed. The narration is so beautifully descriptive that I can vividly imagine the world that author Ava D. Dohn created. It is such a fascinating story from such an astonishing perspective. Dohn clearly is a force to reckon with and her work is undoubtedly a classic. The characters are real and insightful, so bonding with them is easy. Mihai, however, is my favorite character – the brave yet hesitant field marshal, heavily burdened with regrets and self-doubt at times. I also gravitated towards Trisha and Darla; their characteristics are enlightening. Overall, this book is a classic and powerful as well. After only two pages I started to compare this novel to Tolkien’s works. I can see this book as a prominent material in Literature class. The story is for everyone and the message that it conveys is remarkable.

Review by: Dwon West– on Mar. o3, 2012

Its a life changing book that will explain so many of life’s mysteries. I’m not really a ‘reader’ per say but I couldnt put this book down. The author’s in depth details paint such a vivid picture that you can almost taste it. I LOVE this book and Ava D. Dohn is a brilliant author.

Review by: R. McClintick on December 19, 2011
A heart filling alteration of life. while reading this book my heart became entwined with the characters. Time was suspended and the hearts of others was opened up to me. The adventure barely began and the book ended to soon. This world became mine. I want to read more.

Review by: William McClintick on Dec. 17, 2011 : star star star star star
I really enjoyed this! The characters are so real, I love them! From the blurb, I guess there’s supposed to be 3 “swords”. I picked out: Darla, Trisha, and Ishtar. Should I feel guilty for liking some more than others?? It’s like picking Galadriel over Aowen in the LOTR. Anyway, I liked Trisha a lot, loved Darla! felt terrible about Ishtar. I can’t wait to read some more!

Review by: R. Gleason on Dec. 12, 2011 : (no rating)
This book takes one’s heart and gives a person an alternate perspective of life. The world is not normal, and the people are wonderfully free from the restrictions that time puts on humans. I love the fact that this book has given me a new reason to explore reality.

Review by: Kathy Williams on Dec. 11, 2011 : star star star star star
What an amazing place this author takes us to visit….not only the past, but an unseen realm where people are very much like us, only beyond ages old. I found myself standing in their presence, vividly seeing what the author describes, bonding with these men and women who fight against the terrible wickedness of their oldest brother and his followers for the survival, peace and freedom of all creation in all realms. Mihai, Darla, Euroaquilo, Zadar, Ma-we and so many others have become dear to me, so much so, that I wish they would exist so I could spend time with them. The wisdom they display along with human frailties made this a read for me to savor…and I plan to read it again, soon. Looking forward to the other books in this series the author lists at the end of this book.

Take a look at Book, Comments, and Blurbs at ask David.The Chronicles of Heaven’s War, Book I – Sisters of the … Enjoy what we share.

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