Promised Valley War

Promised Valley War Promised Valley War is the second book in Ron Fritsch s four novel Promised Valley series set in prehistoric times Blue Sky the farmer s son who led the rebellion in the first book and Wandering Sta

  • Title: Promised Valley War
  • Author: Ron Fritsch
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 163
  • Format: ebook
  • Promised Valley War is the second book in Ron Fritsch s four novel Promised Valley series set in prehistoric times.Blue Sky, the farmer s son who led the rebellion in the first book, and Wandering Star, the young hunter who became his lover, realize they and their peoples will suffer for the high treason they knowingly commit every moment they spend together, consorting wPromised Valley War is the second book in Ron Fritsch s four novel Promised Valley series set in prehistoric times.Blue Sky, the farmer s son who led the rebellion in the first book, and Wandering Star, the young hunter who became his lover, realize they and their peoples will suffer for the high treason they knowingly commit every moment they spend together, consorting with the enemy They, along with the others among their peoples most curious about their eternal enemies and most willing to treat them as their equals, nevertheless set the stage for what they ve feared than anything else another horrifying war.Reader Views It is the story s prehistoric setting that provides the basis for the intellectual question which binds the Promised Valley books together Could civilization and history, with their countless heaven sanctioned wars and genocides, have begun differently With that as his touchstone, Fritsch thoughtfully and compassionately offers answers through the story and its characters In writing this multi faceted novel, Fritsch masterfully layers and blends several literary devices intellectual twists and turns, enigma, allegory and parable to create a story rendered in both intricate detail and simple wisdom Even through the vivid telling of epic war and death, Fritsch employs both fantasy and genuineness to connect with and uplift the reader While Promised Valley War is an adventurous tale on its surface, it is not what it seems to be it is much For me it was a book of revelations For anyone who has never lost their child s heart and imagination, Promised Valley War will compel them to consider all that the book has to say to them That s what unforgettable books do Kirkus Indie Reviews The author s well rendered descriptions of the creeping onslaught of war and winter give the reader a visceral feel for the endangered paradise that can occur despite the best intentions of the best people, and readers will be surprised by the twists he gives his tale Alongside the careful plotting and natural sounding dialogue, there s a refreshing amount of deeper resonances in the Promised Valley series, a steady undercurrent of commentary of the present day The treatment of the young hero Blue Sky s attraction to other men, for instance, is straightforward but nonconfrontational, and characters at several points grapple with their society s primitive theology Could gods who were good hearted allow humans to go to war with one another the narrative at one point asks I f they, like humans, had no choice in the matter, why did humans call them gods The novel will leave readers eager to find out what happens next in Promised Valley Luckily, Fritsch has plans to add two volumes to the series A captivating novel that will transport readers back to prehistory times while reminding them of their own Feathered Quill Book Reviews Promised Valley War is an imaginative and well crafted piece of fiction The plot features plenty of action and unexpected twists and turns The balance of suspenseful battles, sweeping scenery, and interpersonal drama would undoubtedly be a satisfying mix on the big screen Are you listening, Hollywood The US Review of Books With lyrical description, historical era awareness and an understanding of human motivation, Fritsch brings to life a prehistoric world and the vicious rivalry between two tribes competing for resources Written with tenderness and vivid detail, this prehistoric Romeo and Juliet tale adds complexity and variety to the bard s tale as well as to the author s first novel in the series, Promised Valley Rebellion Promised Valley War was the first place winner in the Gay Lesbian Fiction category of the 2011 Reader Views Awards competition, the winner of the bronze medal in the Literary Fiction category of the 2011 eLit Book Awards competition, the winner of a finalist medal in Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Fiction category of the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards competition, the winner of the silver medal in the Action Fiction category of the 2012 Readers Favorite Awards competition, and a finalist in the Gay and Lesbian and Transgender Fiction category of the 2012 National Indie Excellence Awards competition.All editions of Promised Valley War include character lists.

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    1. Leigh K Cunningham

      Promised Valley War is the much-anticipated sequel to the award-winning Promised Valley Rebellion, and the second book in a four-book series.Prehistoric farmers inhabit a fertile river valley that their gods promised them in return for good behavior and obedience. Their enemies, the hill people, also believe they are entitled to the valley, and so an ongoing battle absorbs and consumes those who inhabit the land and sets the stage for yet another horrific war. You don't need to be a lover of boo [...]

    2. M.M. Strawberry Reviews

      I enjoyed this sequel to Promised Valley Rebellion. The way the author described the battles was written clearly so that I could easily envision what was happening in my mind. In fact, it was easy for me to visualize much of what was happening in this book, the author also adds in some nice little details to bring this world to life.My only complaint about this book is that we do not get to see Morning Sun or Rose Leaf at all. We do not get to see what their captivity is like, or what Rose Leaf' [...]

    3. Melanie

      Promised Valley War fulfills the promise Fritsch offered us in the first book in the series, Promised Valley Rebellion.The characters draw us into fascinating primitive world, and they do not let us leave until the final word is written.Promised Valley Rebellion was a multi-award winning debut from Fritsch, and it will be no surprise to me if he similarly picks up a collection of awards with this brilliantly executed sequel.

    4. Bridget

      I picked up Promised Valley War immediately after finishing the first book in the series, Promised Valley Rebellion. I was thrilled that the second book kept up with the pace of the first and was just as addictive. If you are a fan of books like Clan of The Cave Bear, you have to read the Promised Valley series. I am anxiously awaiting the release of books number three and four!

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