Prophecy Revealed by Ron Hartman

Prophecy Revealed by Ron Hartman
The Prophecy Chronicles 2
Publisher: Rogue Phoenix Press
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full Length (206 Pages)
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by Cyclamen

Daniel Marten crossed the Burning Sea and convinced himself that he is the Prophesied One. But what does that mean? In this second installment of the Prophecy Chronicles trilogy, Daniel forges new alliances in his bid to save Naphthali from the Emperor. He meets the Tene’breon, a magical race that has evolved to use the Weave as effortlessly as he breathes air. The leaders of this race recognize him for what he is…but they also see something more. Naphthali has been dramatically altered by the rule of a new governor, a man whose power is tied to Daniel in a horrifying way. How far will Daniel go to save Naphthali? And what is the secret that binds his destiny with his new allies? Only time will tell in The Prophecy Chronicles: Prophecy Revealed.

Daniel Marten really wants to be back in his own world, with his beloved wife and three children, looking after his pharmacy. But for some reason, he has been chosen as the Prophesied One and transported to an entirely different world. He now has the appointed mission to save the Naphthali from the Emperor. He has chosen to save the many even if that means he never returns to his own world.

Daniel is a very likeable character, at times hesitant and unsure, but with an underlying strength which helps him maintain his determination to defeat the Emperor in spite of all the loss and pain he has endured. He meets the Tene’breon, a magical race of people the Emperor has tried to eradicate. Three members of the Tene’breon, Broken Bow, Bastion, and Meadow Song, become his allies as they also share a part in the prophecy.

The world Daniel has entered is fully described and feels very real. It is a rich world, filled with beauty and despair. I had no trouble entering into it with Daniel and I certainly understand why he feels that he must do all that he can to help the Naphthali.

The action is intense and riveting. I read Prophecy Revealed in one sitting. I simply could not put it down. I had to know what was going to happen next. This is the second in The Prophecy Chronicles Trilogy but it can certainly be read without any prior knowledge. Personally, I have read the first book, Prophecy Revealed, which I recommend as well. And I am eagerly awaiting the final book in the trilogy, which I hope will be published soon.

Fantasy lovers are in for a real treat with Prophecy Revealed. It never disappoints.

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