Humanity s greatest enemies will be revealed Book 1 of 4 in the bestselling Wandering Stars series Since the ages before time was measured, the angelic races have existed Unseen by our eyes, they move through creation, shaping our world, sustaining our existence, and battling demonic hordes But the war is changing the battle lines are expanding into new frontiers and Humanity s greatest enemies will be revealed Book 1 of 4 in the bestselling Wandering Stars series Since the ages before time was measured, the angelic races have existed Unseen by our eyes, they move through creation, shaping our world, sustaining our existence, and battling demonic hordes But the war is changing the battle lines are expanding into new frontiers and the next epoch is emerging Centuries after the first humans were exiled from their home, their descendants have pushed eastward into a prehistoric wilderness In a land shrouded by mist and superstition, primitive tribes struggle to establish new civilizations, unaware that their world is about to change forever Weary from unceasing conflict, Sariel legendary warrior of the Eternal Realm crosses into the Temporal in search of the only one who can bring him peace But he is not the first others have already begun their inhabitation As the dominance of their kingdom spreads, threatening to engulf all of humanity, Sariel finds himself standing between his own kind and the one he loves and must embrace the life he abandoned in order to secure her freedom In this riveting prequel to the bestselling Awakened series, Jason Tesar sets in motion a sweeping fantasy epic birthed at the very foundations of mankind, when our prehistoric world collided with supernatural forces, spawning an age of mythological creatures and heroes Interview with the AuthorQ What was the inspiration for the Wandering Stars series A I ve always been fascinated by the subject of angels, fallen angels, Nephilim, and demons As a religious person, I carried this metaphysical perspective into my study of myths and legends And to my surprise, I found much common ground between it and the Greek Roman gods, as well as the heroes and monsters of Norse and Viking mythology I wondered if one might have caused the other if the myths were actually true at their core As I constructed the fictional universe of The Awakened series from this idea, imagining how the story would play out in our modern existence, I couldn t help but be drawn in by the backstory as well And the I imagined, the surer I became that such an epic beginning required its own series Q What makes this story unique A Like many other fantasy authors, I have enjoyed reading the stories of Tolkien The richness and depth of his invented cultures and history are an inspiration While that level of authenticity is also the goal for my own writing, Wandering Stars pushes the conventions of the epic fantasy genre in a completely different direction By building upon a foundation of comparative mythology and tweaking some of its assumptions, I ve created a story that offers a unique and exciting view into our own origins And the result is not your standard fare of elves and dwarves, swords and sorcery, or knights and dragons While some of those elements are present, the civilizations are original, and the environment is immersive What you ll find is a tale that is both realistic and fantastical Unique, yet familiar It is a large scale, prehistoric clash of civilizations that will challenge what you think you know about our world.
Incarnation Humanity s greatest enemies will be revealed Book of in the bestselling Wandering Stars series Since the ages before time was measured the angelic races have existed Unseen by our eyes they move

  • Title: Incarnation
  • Author: Jason Tesar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Incarnation”

    1. Great spin-off/prequel to this authors other series The Awaked but can totally stand alone. I rated it only a 4 because the odd character and place names along with their descriptions in the beginning were hard for me to conceptualize. If I had not already read the Awakened Series and known the talent of this author I might have stopped reading but I am glad to say the chapters following the 1st did Not disappoint. The story picks up and takes off quickly dragging you with it. My advice is to at [...]

    2. Jason Tesar, a modern fantasy master in my opinion, has plunged into a prequel to his Awakened series and has crafted another great fantasy adventure with a unique, believable world, great characters and a plot that keeps you turning pages. Add to the fact that he regularly offers his books for GREAT prices and this is book is one any fantasy lover can't pass on.Things to know: This is an adult book with plenty of violence, references to sex, rape and murder that may be inappropriate for young r [...]

    3. I am really loving this author. Read his Awakened series up to book 5 so I figured I needed a fix and started on this series. I can't wait for book 6 of the Awakened series to be available!!!!!!

    4. Mesmerizing!I have read all of the Awakened series and now the first of the Incarnations and am 100% addicted! I am anxious for more soon !

    5. Loved this book, that related Saba's origin and journeys. The author provided a nice mix of fact and imagination to create realistic angelic scenarios in this tale of fallen angels.

    6. Am in two minds here. Do I give it 5 stars for story and imagination, description and plot, or do I give it 3 stars because all the angelic names confused me (kept having to stop to figure out which tribe was which)? All aside, though, I did read it all! And that means it has that ‘something’ to keep a reader interested. When I got to the end and read the author’s extras, I understood more of what the intent behind the tale is, and because of that (aha moment!) I’m giving it 4 stars. Def [...]

    7. I downloaded this because of an ad on Facebook and it was free, though I didn’t pay attention to the author. When I really looked at the author, when it was time to read this book, I realized that I had already tried to read a book, Awaken His Eyes, by him and couldn’t finish it. I had already written it down in my book journal so, I figured why not.I don’t know what it was about this book but I just can’t get through it. It’s a really interesting idea but the writing is just so boring [...]

    8. DNF: Normally I'm a huge advocate for finishing a book (Authors put in a lot of hard work and they deserve a full shot) so I tried and tried to slog through it, but it became such a chore I had to give up. I got a third of the way through. The descriptions felt forced and overwhelming at times, and the action got lost because of this.The excess of names was confusing, and It was hard to keep things straight. It wasn't a bad story, it just didn't hold my attention, which, truth be told, is rare. [...]

    9. Once I got into the second chapter, I was hooked. There are lots of new words to learn, but Jason Tesar has a glossary in the back of the book. And I also liked how he combined Enoch's story with biblical references. This prequel tells how Sariel came to be on this plane, and is no longer in Heaven. There are many fallen angels on Earth, but not all are bad. I enjoyed reading both Sariels and Enoch's story and how they ened up working together. The ending was satisfying, but made me want MORE. S [...]

    10. InterestingI enjoyed learning about the angels, but I still remain puzzled as to why God doesn't keep them in rein. And why would they ever choose to leave God and live among the humans. Maybe they are conceited enough to think they are better, even though they are, to circumvent our existence.

    11. Interesting StoryThis story was hard to follow at the beginning but somewhat came together toward the middle. The writing style was not my favorite but the concept made it a fairly enjoyable read overall. I plan to continue reading this series so that says plenty.

    12. The first installment of this series had its moments, but overall, it's fair at best. I may embark on the second book at some point, but there are better options available to me, so it won't be any time soon.

    13. Great premise but had a lot of problems keeping track of characters and following the plot. I think this might be caused by this book largely being back story for the Awakenings series. After a break I will give the first of that series a try

    14. Could have scored much higher, but there was a fair amount of dialogue that was wasted because there was no way for the reader to interpret what was being said.The plot and the pace were good Just a fractured read.

    15. Refreshingly different.Very impressive piece of writing. I'm intrigued by the book it was just awesome. I'm very familiar with the bible. This piece has been able to take biblical principles and mix it well into sci-fi. Refreshingly brilliant. A must read.

    16. AngelsI'm sure this is good for many others, however I got almost halfway through and still couldn't get into it. It reminded me of a very dry textbook.

    17. Another fine installation from the author. No doubt I will read everything he puts out. Looking forward to following Sariel on additional journeys.

    18. Awakened PrequelAwakened PrequelI was left with more questions than answers to origin. I'm hopeful maybe the next book may shed more light on division.

    19. Awesome, kept me not wanting to put the book down!Awesome, kept me not wanting to put the book down and keep on reading! It has been very entertaining since the first book.

    20. I finally finished the book hurrah with all the different characters it was a slow read and I don't see myself actively loking for a sequel I am sorry

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