• Title: The Rising (Lost Children of Managrail #1)
  • Author: Aron Joice
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 172
  • Format: None
  • The Rising Lost Children of Managrail Managrail has been at peace for one hundred years but things are about to change After a near fatal fall Prince Simian and his sister Lila find themselves lost in an unknown land forced to embark
    Managrail has been at peace for one hundred years, but things are about to change After a near fatal fall, Prince Simian and his sister, Lila, find themselves lost in an unknown land, forced to embark on a dangerous journey Far away, another brother and sister return home, only to find their village of Dirth plundered and their family murdered Two brother and sisters, dManagrail has been at peace for one hundred years, but things are about to change After a near fatal fall, Prince Simian and his sister, Lila, find themselves lost in an unknown land, forced to embark on a dangerous journey Far away, another brother and sister return home, only to find their village of Dirth plundered and their family murdered Two brother and sisters, different in every way, are brought together by tragedy As the queen s champion leads a search for the heirs, a colorful cast of allies joins them Can the powers of the enchanted Light Bringers help them escape from ancient beasts that hunger for the taste of human flesh, and save their lands and people from the dark powers of an evil sorceress Love ambivalence betrayal Who will live and who is to be trusted

    One Reply to “The Rising (Lost Children of Managrail #1)”

    1. The author, Aron Joice, did a wonderful job of portraying a mystifying journey into the fantasy of literary imagination. This playful world builds a climatic vision for a strong series. The story begins with a society that has lost its king, the queen is left alone to raise her two children, twins named Simian and Lila. Ancient and dangerous beasts (the Furgay) have been awakened and now roam the lands in search of flesh. Lila, the stronger one of the twins, drags her brother into dangerous cons [...]

    2. If you want to see more of my reviews, check out my blog @ Moosubi Reviews!Disclaimer: The fact that I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review has not affected my rating. This review expresses my honest opinion.Judging based off the writing style, I probably started off by thinking The Rising was more of a happy-go-lucky and carefree book, with elements of a fairy tale-ish mix of middle grade and YA fantasy. Obviously, I was wrong - The Rising is not only much a more s [...]

    3. I enjoyed this book but not as much as I wanted too. I can't fault Joice's writing, the descriptions of the characters and the scenery were so well written that I could picture myself in the city of Managrail and I could see the characters in my minds eye however I did have a few issues with the structure of the book. I often felt confused in regards as to where I was in the story, there weren't proper breaks within the chapters or paragraphs to signify the different points in the story. The cha [...]

    4. The Rising, the first volume in Aron Joice's Lost Children of Managrail series, is a wonderful and exciting fantasy adventure. This book is primarily aimed towards the young adult audience, though I found it a great read as an adult in my thirties. The main story centers around Simian and his twin sister Lila, children of the current Queen and late King of Managrail, a beautiful city that has seen peace for many years. Lila has coaxed Simian in taking a trip to the nearby cliffs, an action that [...]

    5. In the opening of the book, headstrong Lila drags her brother into another one of her adventures. Unfortunately for them, the heirs to the throne, they aren't ready for the world and their mother , the queen, knows this. After their fall, they get lost and the Queen sends out a team to find them. The twin siblings spend the night in the forest being stalked by the Fergay. The Fergay hunt only at night and devour anything in sight. The Fergay are planning an attack on Managrail. The twins meet Ca [...]

    6. As the book opens, a wilful and headstrong Lila drags her twin brother Simian, into yet another of her adventures. The young Prince and Princess of Managrail have lived a cosseted and protected lifestyle; and are not prepared for life outside Managrail. They get lost and the Queen, when they do not return; sends her champion Bramon to find them. The twins spend a fretful night in the forest stalked by the Fergay. Who hunt at night in packs and devour any living thing in sight. The Fergay communi [...]

    7. As the book opens, a wilful and headstrong Lila drags her twin brother Simian, into yet another of her adventures. The young Prince and Princess of Managrail have lived a cosseted and protected lifestyle; and are not prepared for life outside Managrail. They get lost and the Queen, when they do not return; sends her champion Bramon to find them. The twins spend a fretful night in the forest stalked by the Fergay. Who hunt at night in packs and devour any living thing in sight. The Fergay communi [...]

    8. Aside from the continuous sequence of exciting adventures that The Rising offers, there is a very interesting portrayal of the relationship and differences between men and women. Do no expect any stereotypes or you are likely to be disappointed. Following the lives of two sets of siblings this fantasy novel will not only uncover hidden secrets about the world that they live in, but it will also reveal truths about the real nature of men and women, and how that nature can change with the influenc [...]

    9. This is book was great. 4 stars!This book is about two siblings from another world found themselves facing another two siblings that look like them from an unknown land. And their fate is decided when their landed on the unknown land which is village of Dirth. Where their parents was murder and have to fight to protect their people and their lives.This book is like a matter of life and death and protecting their love ones. Pretty interesting. And who is their enemy or friends they could trust. I [...]

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