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The Final Offering pdf The Final Offering , ebook The Final Offering , epub The Final Offering , doc The Final Offering , e-pub The Final Offering , The Final Offering 3f65075d566 As A Young Haloti Fairy Living On Top Of A Maple Tree, Thula Is Counting Down The Days Until She Reaches Adulthood Her Whole Life Changes When A Grimmox Fairy Breeches The Long Standing Peace Treaty By Crossing Their Border Thula Isn T Content To Watch The Destruction Of Her World, And Volunteers For A New Military Program To Counter The Incursion But Once In Training, She Learns The Program Isn T About Defense At All It S About War, And All Of The Haloti People Are At Risk Of Annihilation Thula Must Look To The Most Unlikely Of Allies, The Grimmox, To Save Their World But They Refuse To Fight As It Goes Against Everything They Believe In After Receiving A Vision From The Sons Of God, She Learns This Is Their Last Chance To Make Peace She Was Raised By The Haloti, But Now Sees The World Through The Eyes Of The Grimmox, And Is The Only One They Can Trust With This Task If She Fails, God Will Erase The Haloti And Grimmox From The Planet She Only Has One Day To Unite Them All

9 thoughts on “The Final Offering

  1. says:

    This is another very well written book with a compelling plot that flows in a nice pace, characteristic of this young author And the overall plot has a powerful message than I initially thought, but after reflecting for a while I saw how brilliant the author was on passing this strong message disguised in this lovely fairy tale The plot is simple Our heroine Thula is from a fairy group living in the top of the tree, whose life is controlled by what they call the elders of the group They live in fear of monsters living in the bottom part of the tree By an old agreement, they have to provide an offering every year to the monster , to keep the peace in the tree, preventing them from crossing the borders of the established regions The offering is a fairy chosen randomly by a butterfly, and it is carried away by this same butterfly to never be seen again But the truth is not how it seems A fight for keeping the status quo is what really drives this tradition and Thula begins to see the real intentions of the elders The plot goes on, and we start cheering for our heroine in every turn of page and the story keep us hooked until the end.The environment is superbly described and the characters are well developed and full of life And the message is like coming from a fable of Aesop Just brilliant If you enjoy fantasy, you cannot miss reading this book I strongly recommend it to the permanent library of all readers that enjoy a well written book You will not be disappointed.

  2. says:

    A Goodreads giveaway It seems similar to many stories of feuding two sides one of which gearing up to conquer the other Although it did have some good moments and the fact it was between two groups of fairies than humans A good pace to the story as well A 2 3 4 stars.

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