The Tree: A Novel of the Wrath & Athenaeum

The sequel to The Root, a compelling urban fantasy series set between modern day San Francisco and an alternate dimension filled with gods and worlds of dark magic In Corpiliu, an alternate dimension to our own, a darkness grows, devouring whole cities as it spreads Robbed of her greatest power, separated from her siblings and thrown among people she does not trust, LilThe sequel to The Root, a compelling urban fantasy series set between modern day San Francisco and an alternate dimension filled with gods and worlds of dark magic In Corpiliu, an alternate dimension to our own, a darkness grows, devouring whole cities as it spreads Robbed of her greatest power, separated from her siblings and thrown among people she does not trust, Lil, a dant from the city Zebub, must find a way to turn everything around, to trust in a power she knows nothing about Erik travels from San Francisco to Zebub, haunted by the ghost of his ex, still coming to terms with his true identity as a descendant of the gods, and unsure how to fight what seems to have no weakness Pushing back against taboos meant to keep the true history of Corpiliu secret, he gains many enemies and few allies, and strange visions will make him question his own sanity Between Earth and Corpiliu, a war is developing on two fronts, one that might well mean the end of both dimensions In The Tree, the dynamic follow up to the exciting fantasy debut The Root, long held secrets will be revealed, and long trusted loyalties will be put to the test.
The Tree A Novel of the Wrath Athenaeum The sequel to The Root a compelling urban fantasy series set between modern day San Francisco and an alternate dimension filled with gods and worlds of dark magic In Corpiliu an alternate dimension

  • Title: The Tree: A Novel of the Wrath & Athenaeum
  • Author: Na'amen Gobert Tilahun
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Tree: A Novel of the Wrath & Athenaeum”

    1. Please Note: I received an advance copy of this book from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This did not influence the opinions of my review in any way.Ever since I met him at the Bay Area Book Festival, I have been a huge fan of this author, Na'amen Gobert Tilahun. His books are filled with so much creativity, diversity, and heart, that I am instantly drawn it. The Tree is the next book in the complicated world that The Root introduced us to. With it's dual settings of the San Francis [...]

    2. The Tree is the sequel to urban fantasy/portal fantasy hybrid novel, The Root. Like a lot of series, this one needs to be read in order! Trust me, you’ll be so confused otherwise.Earth is at war, but most of humanity doesn’t know it yet. Demonic beings from an alternate dimension, Corpiliu, have been making inroads into our world. Their world is being devoured by a strange and powerful darkness, and defeat looks inevitable. So they are in need of a new world, and their sights are pinned on E [...]

    3. THIS IS 100% MY SHIT.Not only is there a brilliant world, deep & identifiable characters, and a super compelling & meaningful continuation of the story, but also countless wonderful little moments that give me life and make me only ever want to read books by queer authors forever. A few of them:- A super awesome dig at Milo Yiannapolos- One non-binary character often gets misgendered but when corrected everyone just is like, "Oh, sorry," and then NEVER DOES IT AGAIN- Gay gay gay so gaaay [...]

    4. Everyone should totally read this book! It's a superhero book in disguise, masquerading as fantasy because the blooded are descended of gods science fiction because of the tech and aliens. It rocks, it keeps going without becoming fomulaic and mostly you don't see things coming.I can't even tell if there will be another book- but I certainly hope to read more by Tilamun!

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