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Fields of Rust by Robert Gryn - Guest Blogger Book Review

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The universe grows cold. Only a few stars persist in dark matter wastelands. Among these last embers, the ashes of war smolder.

On the planet-sized Worldship, Nezantes, the loyal servant of King Darsen, seeks to restore the reign of his ruler. For this he will do anything, even if it means igniting the last stars in a final war. Caught in the middle of this looming conflict are Solaz, a man losing his humanity, and Isolde, a woman who may have never been human.

Solaz and Isolde will pursue the duty-bound Nezantes past the ends of the world. Their desperate chase will take them among the broken and decrepit heavens. They will see what has become of the stubborn works of humanity and, if Nezantes has his way, they will witness another step towards the last breath of the cosmos.

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Jennifer's Review
It was a good story about a boy and girl who are forced to find and defeat a commoner who is so powerful and has hands of fire that only one person can defeat him. That person is an old king who has been restored to his youthful self. 
Does the king kill the fire-handed commoner, or does he fail? 
A good book.
3 stars. 

Author Bio
Robert Gryn was born too old, and immediately out of place in the middle of communist Poland. He spent his youth colored by that country's gray cities and empty sentiments. Early on, he found solace in works of fiction, and was soon drawn to those that extolled the fantastic and impossible. The possible just seemed so unremarkable among the harsh concrete and unrealized dreams of the last days of communism.

Later in America, he studied too many subjects, ranging from computer programming to mythology and then worked for a number of years in consulting. His efforts centered on learning the unique languages of each client; the businessman, the lawyer, the programmer, the executive. All the while, he searched for the right voice for the dreams that haunted him in every turn of the eye, every clever phrase, every puddle of water reflecting unknown skies.


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