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Book Review-Risen-The Battle for Darracia-Michael Phillip Cash

Tuesday, August 12, 2014


This is the third and final book in this YA series. These books should be read in order as this is a continuing saga. The first two with links to my reviews are:

Schism-The Battle for Darracia

Collision-The Battle for Darracia

What a wonderful finale to this series! Not only is there plenty of action but there are also lots of lessons being taught as well which adults as well as teens should learn. One is disabilities are only disabilities if you allow them to be and never under estimate the other senses we were born with. Another and perhaps the most important is that all people are the same whether they are red, blue or green. Adversity, even the worst kind can be overcome when we all come together as one. Peace on this planet shall reign supreme when we realize that not only is there a connection between the earth, air and water-there is a connection between us all.

About the Book (from Amazon)

Imprisoned on the dead moon of Bina, trapped at the bottom of the cold Hixom Sea, locked in a cell in the flooded Desa and blinded & defeated in the Eastern Provinces, the ruling class of Darracia is defeated without hope.

In the stunning conclusion of the Darracia saga, V’sair, Tulani, Zayden and Reminda must dig deep and find both strength and faith to rise from the depths of the impossible and restore order to their home planet from Lothen, Staf Nuen and the evil armies of Geva.

Read a Chapter or two here You can also read a chapter or two of each of the other books by going to Amazon and clicking on the picture of the book.

Purchase the Book here

About the Author: (from Amazon)


Born and raised on Long Island, Michael has always had a fascination with horror writing and found footage films. He wanted to incorporate both with his debut novel, Brood X. Earning a degree in English and an MBA, he has worked various jobs before settling into being a full-time author. He currently resides on Long Island with his wife and children.

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20 comments :

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Will recommend this book to my brother. I bet he'll enjoy the reading the entire series.

PopMythology.com said...

I love YA books but haven't come across one yet helped young readers to take a proactive and accepting attitude towards disabilities. This sounds like a really good series. Thanks for the review.

Heather King said...

I love YA books like this. I sounds like something I'd really like to read. Plus, as a special educator, any book where people overcome disabilities is one I'd like to read.

Scott said...

Sounds like a good book for my oldest daughter. A series she could get into and science fiction!

Annemarie Leblanc said...

I've never read this book before, but I'd like to give it a read before the end of summer.

Jenn said...

My brother in law is so big into these books, he would love the whole series! Passing on the info.

Growing Up Madison said...

I would so love to read the entire series. I can't just read one or skip one, it's just no fun and I like to know what's upcoming. It's one of the reason why I wait sometimes until they're all done. This sounds like a great series I need to read.

Jennifer said...

Some YA books are really good! I'm not too big into them, but I'll pass on this review!

Kung Phoo said...

I remember my wife talking about book 1, but i am not sure where she left off.. thanks for this review i will pass it onto her and see where she is in the series.

becca said...

Michael cash writes the best books. I have this on my reading list.

valmg @ Mom Knows It All said...

I'm not familiar with this author. I always appreciate anything that truly advocates for those with special needs.

Danielle Royalegacy said...

He already has the third installment written?! Wow! He doesn't waste any time. Now I want to read all three. I really hate waiting and waiting for an author to get all three books in a series done (many I have waited for years). The Darracia series does sound good, too.

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

I've never been a big fan of Science Fiction but this book has a very interesting plot. I imagine it is full of action.

mail4rosey said...

Ah the same author who wrote "The Flip." I bet this series was good, he's got a great writing talent.

Uplifting Families said...

This sounds like my kind of book. I will have to check out the collection. My reading list is a mile long at the moment.

Sharon Ruggieri said...

I love those names, the evil army Geva! LOL...gotta have a creative mind to come up with those :)

Maria said...

I love reading YA series! Mostly because my daughter and I can enjoy a book together but also because the stories are so compelling. This sounds great. Going to make a suggestion to my teen and see if she wants me to get it for her.

Amanda McMahon said...

What an imagination he must have - and to put it into words that you enjoy! I'm not into fantasy much but some can catch me!

Rebecca Swenor said...

I am going to have to get this series. I love how it teaches the lessons. Thanks for sharing you have in very interested now.

Jamie F said...

I have never read this series before but it looks very interesting! Thanks for the review!

 
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