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The Eyes of God

The Eyes of God

Akeela, King of Liiria, was a young and idealistic scholar who was determined to bring peace to his kingdom—a land that had been plagued by war with the neighboring kingdom of Reec for decades. Lukien, the Bronze Knight of Liiria, had been taken in by the royal family when, at fourteen, he saved Akeela's life, but he'd never forgotten the brutal lessons of the streets he'd grown up on. A bond of loyalty stronger than blood linked these two men—but no two souls could be more different. And as Akeela and Lukien entered their enemy's stronghold on a mission of peace, neither man could forsee the turmoil this historic mission would wreak on their lives. For, to seal the peace, King Karis of Reec would bestow upon Akeela the hand of his charming, beautiful, and accomplished daughter Cassandra.

But Cassandra hid a terrible secret. She was experiencing the first symptoms of a disease which would threaten her life and cause unimaginable strife for all who loved her. For Akeela and Lukien, the quest for Cassandra's salvation would overwhelm every bond of loyalty, every point of honor, every dream of peace. For only the magical amulets known as the Eyes of God could halt the progress of Cassandra's illness. But the Eyes of God would also open the way to a magical stronghold which could tear their world apart and redefine the very nature of their reality.

Title:The Eyes of God
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780756400965
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    The Eyes of God Reviews

  • seak

    John Marco took a break from writing for a little while, but is back in the game in April with the next installment in The Bronze Knight series, The Forever Knight. Sadly, part of the reason for that ...

  • Justin

    This books sucks.It starts as moderately clever fantasy and eventually picks up momentum with every page, every scene, into a downward spiral of poor narrative, ridiculous plot line riddled with incon...

  • Devin

    This is a great fantasy. Very different from what I expected. Most fantasies are either very adventure based or very politically based. This is very in between. It starts off very political, making a ...

  • Stefan Yates

    The first question that I asked myself when I finished this book was "Why did I wait so long to read this?" Well, with the recent release of The Forever Knight, the fourth installment in the series, I...

  • Nick T. Borrelli

    I've been a fan of John Marco's writing since his first book of the Tyrants and Kings Series - The Jackal of Nar. While the Jackal of Nar and the rest of that series was in-your-face, smash mouth mili...

  • Liviania

    THE EYES OF GOD moves far faster than any book with 779 pages should. I finished it and still had time to read a couple of other books and write 1,500 words in one day. When I started it I had no clue...

  • Althea Ann

    This book is nearly 800 pages. I told myself I'd give it till at least 200 pages, so I could say I gave it a fair shake. However, I'm at page 158, and I've found myself reading passages out loud for t...

  • Matt Crumpton

    Oh my gosh is the book a piece of crap! I was intrigued by this book so I thought I would give it a shot. Its starts out really well, with me turning page after page to see what happens next. Well at ...

  • Amanda

    I'm giving this book 5 stars, and yet I'm also giving up on this book a third of the way through. I loved the writing, and the characters and the culture, but the story is all about the messes people ...

  • Zayne

    The Eyes of God started out great. Although there wasn't much action at the start, it pulled me in. But I don't know what happened. Marco's writing started going downhill after about page 150 of the ...