Cycles of the Phoenix by C. A. Nicholas

Cycles of the Phoenix by C. A. Nicholas
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Heat Rating: Spicy
Length: Full length (470 pages)
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Lavender

C.A. Nicholas’s magnum opus symphony is about to begin and he’s reserved a seat for you. So come on in and I’ll lead you to your place of honour as the house lights dim. Yes, your spot is beside the maestro as he teleports you and he through various worlds to befriend diverse souls who’ll reveal the beauty of your life through their stories.

Hope, love, and perseverance infuse this art piece; ready to embrace anyone who feels lonely and enchained within the essence of a starless and moonless night. However, not all of his stories of fantasy, humour, and horror within may have happily ever afters though take heart in knowing that there is a humanity enriching purpose to any of the possibly devastating conclusions.

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The characters and their difficult situations inspire sympathy with the way they deal with their challenges. Rich details bring imaginary worlds to life. The relationships vary and are sometimes tender, sometimes violent, but always written in a way to make readers feel what the characters are feeling.

There is a section of the book from the point of view of those suffering from Depression and Anxiety, a common affliction, and it is written so well that those who do not suffer from these can gain an understanding, a real inside view. Also, the author takes into consideration the effects on sufferer’s loved ones. It’s very well-done.

There is a variety of stories, but they all reside in the world of fantasy, even as their underlying concepts, their moods, represent internal experiences for many people. Those who have suffered different types of losses could find comfort by reading these fictional tales, but high emotions will surely be felt, and one sympathizes with the innocent and gets angry at the victimizers. All this occurs in meticulously developed settings, rich with sensual details.

Some of the stories are even a bit shocking. Especially the last one. The book ends on a dramatic note and will have one remembering–and feeling–for some time to come.

If you want to be moved and read stories presented in a unique, lyrical way, this book would be a good one to try.

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