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  • ISBN: 147506568X
  • Author: Nadia Scrieva
  • ePub ver: 1916 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1916 kb
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 312
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 21, 2012)
  • Formats: lit docx mbr rtf
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
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They had returned from visiting with the Yawkyawk leaders and spending several days in their territory. Even though it was not as luxurious as Adlivun, and even the ship was more comfortable, Visola. had enjoyed their stay immensely. She regretted having to return to Kyrosed. Aazuria called as she entered the room. Visola followed behind her twelve-year-old body with a deep scowl. My darling daughter!. Kyrosed Vellamo exclaimed, opening his arms in a gesture of welcome. How was your mission in Arnhem Land?.

Fathoms of Forgiveness is the second book in the Sacred Breath series by the author Nadia Scrieva. In the first book, Drowning Mermaids, we were left torn apart with a deadly war that took away the peace and charm from Aazuria's underwater kingdom. Similar to Drowning Mermaids, this book, Fathoms of Forgiveness, too doesn't fall behind in some promising, adrenaline-rushing actions and some nerve-racking, unravelling mysteries.

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Meet the brave and fearless Visola; a woman unlike any you've ever encountered. Her wit and humor take her through the darkest of dangers with a smile always on her face--and her smile only grows larger as the odds become more impossible. With no concern for her own safety, Visola dives headfirst into the throes of battle to protect the people and country she loves, even if it means facing her worst enemy--the one man who can get inside her head and break her down like no other: her own husband...        There is no divorce in the undersea kingdom of Adlivun. Marriage is a bond that lasts until death--even if death comes in several centuries, and your spouse happens to become a ruthless, vicious adversary. This is the conflict that General Visola Ramaris faces when she learns that the mighty Vachlan is behind the attacks on her kingdom. She has sworn to protect Adlivun with her life, but long ago, she also swore to love and honor her husband... Visola must choose whether she will destroy Vachlan once and for all, or attempt the hardest thing conceivable: communication. After two hundred years of desertion, she knows she can never forgive him. When he threatens the person dearest to her, she must take action. Confronting Vachlan on enemy territory would be nothing short of suicide. She knows that if she falls into his custody, the deranged mercenary would relish torturing her and making her lose her own sanity. Princess Aazuria forbids Visola from taking matters into her own hands. She will do anything it takes to protect her friend from the man who wants to crush her. Alas, Visola is a crazy, uncontrollable warrior with the blood of Vikings in her veins. Why would she ever consider doing the safe and predictable thing? Praise for Fathoms of Forgiveness:  
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Twentyfirstfinger
This was even better than the first one! This book focus's more on Visola. After her sister and Coralynn gets kidnapped by her husband and an evil prince .... Visola, a General of an underwater army.... heads to save her sister.

The scene where she fought her way in was EPIC! I would LOVE to see that fight scene on the big screen.

Then started an emotional roller coaster... sometimes making me angry and sometimes crying my eyes out and sometimes screaming at my computer screen wanting Visola to knife him in his sleep. I have to say that I would have made different choices than Vis made in regards to her husband and what he puts her through.... but I am just a peaceful land-dweller... I am not a General of an army or a Mermaid Warrior that has fought in many wars for hundreds upon hundreds of years... so I have to say that what I would have done is irrelevant :)

As the story continues there are some really great plot twist that I really did not expect, but kept me turning page after page. Even when I got dragged away from my computer, I thought about the book and at night I was dreaming about Mermaid kingdoms under the sea.

I loved the flashback and getting to meet Vis and Zuria when they were younger. It really helped with Visola and Vachlans character development and it really helped you to realize why they were drawn together in the first place.

I didn't think I could love a character in these books more than I love Aazuria... but Visola is tough and strong and I just want to see her on the big screen... kicking butt and taking names! :)

I would recommend this book (after recommending the first book, of course) to anyone that likes fantasy, adventure, romance, science fiction.... or just a wonderfully unique story that brings to life a whole kingdom under the sea!
catterpillar
Mrs. Scrieva continues the adventures of her characters here in the next part of the Sacred Breath saga. This time the story switches focus from Trevian and Aazuria to Visola and Vachlan. Nadia really personalizes and adds a lot of depth to her characters here as she reveals more of their history and the various motivations that drive them. This is designed so that it can be read on its own, but is of course more enjoyable when you have read the first in the series.

I cannot compliment Mrs. Scrieva enough on her characters of Visola and Vachlan. Both are beautifully flawed and play off of each other with such ease and naturalness that it is simply a pleasure to read. I can honestly say that I am not sure I have enjoyed reading about a couple's interactions in a very long time, if ever. Visola is the epitome of strength while still retaining her femininity. She is a beautiful whirlwind of revenge, loyalty, pride, emotion, and love wrapped into one. Vachlan makes a great sympathetic villain here. He is the quintessential badass here while also hinting at something deeper lying beneath him.

I honestly love the relationship between these two. They are what they are and there is no effort by either to try to change the other. They accept each other's flaws just as readily as they accept their virtues. I find this incredibly refreshing after book after book about a woman trying to change a man for the better or vice versa.

In fact, I would say that this is so well written that it frankly outshines Trevian and Aazuria by a large margin. In some ways it should though. Visola and Vachlan have a much older and more developed relationship even though they are newer to readers. They are characters that have been through a lot more than the others both in their professional and personal life. Also, this is obviously their story.

However, I really think Aazuria and Trevian need a lot more development both character wise and relationship wise. We see a little bit of it at the end where Aazuria's warrior spirit truly shines for a moment and Trevian has a bit of fun with some new toys. Honestly, I think Nadia's characters may be held back too much by their flaws even and that is why her incomplete characters (which are obviously designed to grow a great deal throughout the stories) are so outshone by her more complete characters (Visola and Vachlan).

In my last review I criticized Mrs. Scrieva a lot for her battle scenes, and to some degree I continue my criticism. They are better, but they still lack heart and depth to me at times. I can see that she has the potential to have great battle though, and she has a few very good ones. Visola and Vachlan wrestling was fun, Visola attacking Aazuria, and Aazuria attacking Vachlan were all very well done. The naval battle at the end was not too bad either, but not quite as good. However, Visola's battle against Vachlan's minions felt lackluster. I'm not sure that she is capturing the spirit of battle very well when it isn't working. A battle should be a dance and not just going through the motions. And it feels almost empty of feeling when she doesn't capture that feeling of a dance.

Even though it has faults, I still feel it deserves 5 stars for Visola and Vachlan. They are just so much fun. This book is a ton of fun to read and I encourage everyone to read it. Oh... and Nadia... that was just cruel to do that to Corallyn. You are a cruel, evil woman. Can't wait to finish Boundless Seas.

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