AISLING, BOOK ONE: GUARDIAN. As he pursues a man who is not what he seems, Constable Dallin Brayden learns the lines between enemy and ally, truth . Editorial Reviews. Review. Guardian and the subsequent novels of thetrilogy are not for the Guardian (Aisling Trilogy Book 1) – Kindle edition by Carole Cummings. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. : Beloved Son (Aisling Trilogy) (): Carole Cummings: Books.
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Carole lives with her husband and family in Pennsylvania, USA, where she spends her time trying to find time cxrole write. The argument over the apples, footprints, and horses might be the cutest thing ever. The writing is starkly beautiful through and through, and I couldn’t recommend Aisling 2: We begin to understand Wil’s ETA: It is a world where there is a Fathera Motherand the gifts bestowed to one another as the Guardian and the Aisling.
By itself, I would say that it toes the line of obfuscation, but does so gently and beautifully, so that you yearn to follow the threads being woven to see where they lead. When Malick and his own small band of assassins ambush Fen in an alley, Malick tenders the vicious Untouchable only the tamest of the multitude of propositions he fully intends to offer later: On top of that, it usually took half a page, once entering a new chapter, to discover who the POV was for.
Even more, the way he saw Wil. Dallin and Wil must cadole their roles as the Guardian and the Aisling and stand together against a ruthless god in a cataclysmic battle of dreams and wills, the fates of both of their souls and those of all mortals hanging in the balance.
Mirroring the complexity of the world building is the relationship and personal dynamics between Wil and Dallin. December, I am told; that’s so far away.
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It seemed like the ending left it open for additional adventures of the two heroes. Not that Lucas did that! The Mother created the Aisling to Dream the threads of man and the Father created the Guardian to guard against his power. The characters feel alive, and the storyline continues to surprise in a really good way. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. And the gods who make them don’t necessarily care about justice.
Jun 16, Cryselle rated it it was amazing Recommended to Cryselle by: Although the story is firmly grounded in the fantasy genre, complete with a little bit of magic and some glimpses of a deeper mythology, it almost cmumings like an old-school story of frontier justice, given new life through the elements if not the setting of a more contemporary police procedural. There are no czrole topics on this book yet. This is a huge step for Wil who has learned the hard way never to trust anybody.
Might be right at the top if it were a self-contained story.
This is a book that everyone should pick up and read as soon as they can. Finally, the world all comes together in this book! To reveal the intricate machinations threatening them, two men must learn to trust each other. Yes, it’s that good.
Guardian (Aisling, #1) by Carole Cummings
How can the words of scriptures, however fervently believed, become one’s reality? Wil, the survivor who runs through his rainbow of emotions from one sentence to the next. His only chance might be Dallin and his goddess, the Mother, who Wil has been taught to despise above all others.
Nov 20, Kaje Harper rated aksling it was amazing.
It seemed to end almost mid-sentence. But, I’ll tell you this: In this book Dallin and Wil new challenges, both internal and external, and many of the questions from Book One are answered in the second installment of the series. View all 21 comments. It is even more brilliant this time through. Most of these stories are not meant to be independent of their original vummings.
It’s not a romance