Book Tour | Vultures by Luke Tarzian
February 12th 2020
Hello Fantasy Book Nerds
It's my turn on the Blog Tour for Vultures by Luke Tarzian. The tour has been organised by the fabulous Storytellers on Tour. So far there have been some fantastic bloggers involved in this tour and I hope you can check out their reviews too. Today, Dark Side Reads are also reviewing VULTURES as well, so if you want to have a look at theirs follow the link.
Before I get on with the Review, I would like to mention that there is also a giveaway run by Storytellers on Tour for this book. However, please be aware that this is a US only giveaway.
|There's a giveaway too!
To enter just click the Link. Two lucky winners will be chosen at random. The giveaway closes on Sunday February 14th at 11.59pm.Now before we get to the review, I just want to mention that the cover art for the book is done by Luke Tarzian (yep, not only did he write the book, he did the cover as well. Is there no end to this blokes' talents).
So if you are not familiar with the book, here is a bit about it.
Book BlurbAn enemy slain is not a conflict won…
After decades of war the demon Te Mirkvahíl is dead. But its progeny endure, spilling from the Heart of Mirkúr, sowing death across the land of Ariath. If the people are to finally know peace, the Heart must be destroyed. Theailys An believes he can do just that with The Keepers’ Wrath, an infamous power focus wrought in Ariath’s yesteryears–but the weapon first must be reforged.
War spares no one…
Serece never intended to get involved in Ariath’s war. But history and demons have a way of pulling strings. When she learns Theailys An, a man whom she abhors, bears striking similarity to the first creator of The Keepers’ Wrath, Serece departs her mountain world for Ariath to ascertain the truth.
From patience, hope…
For millennia Behtréal has walked the world alone. Rewriting history to resurrect his people is easier said than done. But Ariath holds the key–soon The Keepers’ Wrath will be remade.
Truth from madness…
As paths converge and a shadow falls across Ariath, one thing becomes increasingly and horrifyingly clear–these events have played out many times before.
Luke Tarzian was born in Bucharest, Romania until his parents made the extremely poor choice of adopting him less than six months into his life. As such, he’s resided primarily in the United States and currently lives in California with his wife and their infant daughters. Fascinated by psychology and the work of Edgar Allan Poe, and inspired by his own anxieties, his character-driven fiction functions as a meditation on emotion, most commonly grief. His debut novel, Vultures, introduced a surreal, demon-ridden world where dreams are sometimes more than dreams and magic, memories, and misery are heavily entwined. Vultures is the first book in the Shadow Twins trilogy.
So, as always, thank you for visiting the site and if you want to look at the others and what is coming next on the tour, here's the schedule