Review From User :
I flew through this book fairly quickly the first time and when it was over it made me keep trying to find more content on the next page (which didn't exist on my Kindle version*). I wanted more! So I read it again, more slowly, and found I enjoyed it even more. The characters are diverse, interesting and, developed. The world and magic are deep and rich. If you like math/science you get an added layer of goodness in the 'magic' system. I highly recommend it :D (It also has cool things like naval air ships and werewolves.)
*Edit: I should mention, there is likely no more content on regular paper versions either but one of the downfalls of digital books is that you don't have that tactile intuition of how close to the end of the book you are, nor do you have the ability to turn the page to find a blank page. There's just NO page there. There's a little voice inside that goes, 'Noooooo!' But, that happens to me a lot so, don't let that be a factor in choosing to read this book. ;)
Category: Paranormal, Sci-Fi
One hundred years after a terrible disaster a powerful church has risen to take control. The Church of Progression, led by the Cardinal, crushes the spirit of all on Hestonia beneath an iron-shod boot.
Expand text… With the aid of the Inquisitors, highly trained church operatives that have access to magically powered technology the church ruthlessly oppresses all who stand in the Cardinal’s way. Amongst the church’s targets are magic users, wizards, descendants of the original powerful beings known as the Anshada.
The church is rife with conspiracy and even its own internal strife threatens to doom it. Power plays come from within and without as the Arch Inquisitor Roland, his lackey Inquisitor Gwillis, and disillusioned Inquisitors and other powerful agents of the church clash for control.
There is one agent of the church that remains steadfast: Kalon Rhadon. He is Fate’s Hand, the most dangerous of all the church’s weapons. Yet even he begins to doubt the established order of things when he is sent to recover a dangerous magical artifact that contains the teachings of the demonic Anshada.
In Kalon’s quest for the book there is a young Stealer, Spry, who is instrumental in Kalon’s understanding of the events to come and the role that Fate herself has planned for him.
Fate’s Hand is a dark fantasy novel set in an original universe that has elements of technology and magic in a decadent society. It is a steampunk Renaissance novel that couples the swashbuckling traditions of the Musketeers with a powerful narrative.
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