Awaken His Eyes

Awaken His Eyes THE HISTORY Over five thousand years ago a renegade faction of angels abandoned the spiritual realm and began their inhabitation of earth Worshiped as gods for their wisdom and power they corrupted

  • Title: Awaken His Eyes
  • Author: Jason Tesar
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  • Page: 456
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • THE HISTORY Over five thousand years ago, a renegade faction of angels abandoned the spiritual realm and began their inhabitation of earth Worshiped as gods for their wisdom and power, they corrupted the realm of the physical and forever altered the course of historyE PROPHECY Amidst the chaos of a dying world, a lone voice foretold the awakening of a warrior who wouTHE HISTORY Over five thousand years ago, a renegade faction of angels abandoned the spiritual realm and began their inhabitation of earth Worshiped as gods for their wisdom and power, they corrupted the realm of the physical and forever altered the course of historyE PROPHECY Amidst the chaos of a dying world, a lone voice foretold the awakening of a warrior who would bring an end to this evil perpetrated against all of creation But with the cataclysmic destruction of earth and rebirth of humanity, the prophecy went unfulfilled and eventually faded from the memory of our kind until now THE AWAKENED The physical dimension is fractured What remain now are numerous fragmented worlds moving simultaneously through time, sharing a common history, connected only by a guarded portal On a parallel earth, in the city of Bastul, Colonel Adair Lorus disappears while investigating the death of an informant, triggering a series of events which will tear his family apart and set in motion the resolution of an ancient struggle.Kael, sentenced to death after rising up against the cruel leadership of his new step father, is rescued from prison and trained in the arts of war by a mystical order of clerics Excelling in every aspect of his training, Kael inwardly struggles to give himself fully to the methods of his new family, or the god they worship.Maeryn, bitter over the disappearance of her husband and supposed execution of her son, fears for her life at the hands of her newly appointed husband Finding comfort and purpose in her unborn child, she determines to undermine his authority by reaching out to an underground social movement known as the Resistance.After being forced from his home, Kael s former mentor, Saba, uncovers a clue to Adair s disappearance Sensing a connection to his own forgotten past, Saba begins an investigation which leads to the discovery of a secret military organization operating within the Orudan Empire.In book one of his debut series, Jason Tesar delves into the heart of an ancient legend, embarking on an epic saga that will journey from earth s mythological past to its post apocalyptic future, blending the genres of fantasy, sci fi, and military political suspense.

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    1. The third of four children and an introvert from the start, Jason Tesar grew up as an imaginative middle child who enjoyed the make believe world as much as the real one, possibly From adolescence to adulthood, his imagination continued to feed itself on a diet of books, movies, and art, all the while growing and maturing waiting for its opportunity Then, during a procession of monotonous, physically laborious day jobs, his imagination leaped into motion, bringing together characters and locations of a world that would someday come to life on the pages of a book.In late 1998, Jason made his first attempt at writing, managing to complete a whole scene before returning once again to reality A year and a half later, a spontaneous night time conversation with his wife encouraged him to take his writing seriously and to keep on dreaming Over the next seven years, Jason carved time out of the real world to live in an imaginary one of epic fantasy, science fiction, and military political conflict The fruits of this labor would later become the first three books of the bestselling AWAKENED series.Due to the incredible support from readers around the world, Jason continued his trajectory into make believe, jumping from stable employment in the micro electronics industry into the mysterious abyss of full time writing.Living in Colorado with his beautiful wife and two children, Jason now spends the majority of his time fusing the best parts of his favorite genres into stories of internal struggle and triumph, friendship, betrayal, political alliances, and military conflict.If you d like to follow along on Jason s journey or get behind the scenes info on the AWAKENED or WANDERING STARS series, you can find him on Facebook jasontesar , Twitter jasontesar , on his blog jasontesar , or send him an email at jasontesar yahoo.

    2. As much as I wanted to like this book, and I did, nothing really happened at all. This book was like an extremely long introductory paragraph, setting up a fantastic story, the problem being that it takes up an entire book. I read maybe 3/4's of the way through this book before I stopped, and it was such a relief when I did. There are so many sections of this book that could have been amazing, but for some reason, Jason Tesar decided to prolong the reader's suffering. At least half of this book [...]

    3. 4.5 stars.I just read the book summary for the first time, and it's a complete surprise. I'm interested to see how the gods and parallel worlds come into play. I did think it was PA from the prologue, but then it turned into something else. I really, really enjoyed this one!

    4. This is the author's debut work, published in three parts (called Part One, Part Two and Part Three, and isn't that better than inventing meaningless titles?). These are all cheap downloads, and even better value as a combined volume, which is how I read it. This review covers Part One. The opening is intriguing - an apparently present-day encounter with someone from another time (or world), and then we are plunged into a standard fantasy scenario, a ruling family is a great city, which is fragm [...]

    5. In one word -- "childish"Just in case you haven't, go and read this book's description. All set? Sounds pretty good, right? Well, too bad you're not going to read anything like that. Though the description of fallen angels and parallel worlds sounds intriguing, the actual content of this book has nothing to do with that. At all. Maybe the sequels do, but that's not the point. The point is to build on a theme and tell a story and the story this tells is, again, childish. I'm so glad I didn't pay [...]

    6. This story is simply wonderful. Tesar is a fantastic writer. You won't be disappointed if you read this book. The first book is free in the kindle store so check it out!!!

    7. This book and series was recommended to me by a co-worker, who said he really enjoyed it and thought it was very good. Well, sadly, I can't say that it was amazing or even very good, but it was enjoyable for the most part.The premise was promising, but it just didn't quite deliver the goods. There seemed to be too many disjointed plot lines that took away from the flow, and there was a very long stretch in the middle when Kael was undergoing his training under the tutelage of Ukiru that, frankly [...]

    8. Jason Tesar debut novel is intriguing as well as compelling. As it is with natural one seemingly insignificant event has a rippling effect that tears a family apart creating three distinct simultaneous narratives that drive this first book. Yet the catalyst event is always at the back of my mine. What happen to Adair.This one event brings about great changes for Maeryn, Kael (my favorite), and Saba. Each character is complex and driving forces behind the overall narrative. Telling their story at [...]

    9. First off, I enjoyed this book. It is well written and has a very engaging story. I find myself intrigued with Saba and Keal. The trials they go through on their path to where they are going has truly drawn me in.That being said, I do have a few specific comments. First off, this is not a Novel. This is a 288 page Episodic Novella. There is no completion to the active storyline in any meaningful way. There are huge amounts of loose ends with no closure. In all honestly I don't think there is a s [...]

    10. This novel mostly rotates around a separated family. The father gets kidnapped while on an investigation and is declared a deserter (since he is missing in action). His replacement legally inherits his wife and son. The son attempts to stop his step-father from beating and possibly killing a child/teen and is sentenced to death for fighting back. Unknown to his mother, he is not executed but instead exiled into a far off prison and then taken from the prison by religious clerics. The clerics the [...]

    11. Up until about the 30% point of this book, the story seemed a bit interesting. But, suddenly, just at the crux of the story, where it looked like things were going to take off, everything changed. Now, instead of following a man through *something*, the author decided to throw pages and pages of misery, sorrow, pain, and torture of the man's family at us. Why? I don't know. I'm sorry to say that after a few score pages of that horror, I gave up. If the author had just stuck with the main charact [...]

    12. The beginning and the end were interesting but there's just a long portion in the middle that's spent mostly on world building and it was really boring with nothing significant happening that I found myself skipping about 2-3 whole chapters. I also don't like the fact that there was no sense of any resolution at the end of Part I. Adair's story was left hanging in one of the earlier chapters and was just left there with no further mention of his fate on the rest of the book. I do want to see wha [...]

    13. this book could have used a good editor. the dialogue, especially, was clunky, not in keeping with the setting, and just generally bad. i also think it tried too hard to make the beginning mysterious - a strange man, in strange garb, speaking an unknown language suddenly appears in the ocean. then we get nothing on that for chapter after chapter after chapter. if i had been hooked by the mystery stranger angle in the beginning, i would have quickly entered the "who cares" territory as the book d [...]

    14. I really, REALLY liked this book, enough so that I bought the other two books (as a very inexpensive 3-ebook set) within minutes of finishing the first one. These book is along the lines of Ted Dekker's Circle Trilogy, with parallel worlds, a battle over the future of humanity, and a prophecy that could turn an unlikely hero into one world's savior. I stayed a little confused (I like that) with the plot, not knowing which direction this would play out. I really enjoyed getting to know the charac [...]

    15. There are two reasons I did not give this book 4 stars. First, it ends in a real cliffhanger, no resolution by the end of the book; it is still not clear what purpose was for the prolog and the first chapter. Second, the further direction of the series is not clear. Other than that, this is a very solid entertaining book. A very general outline of the plot: a privileged/well-to-do household of Empire's city governor/army general is torn apart by a series of events; now the people are trying to s [...]

    16. Kindle freebie that sat around for a bit. When I finally got around to it, I read 20 pages or so, then read a few other books. I went back to this book and didn't put it down. Immediately upon finishing it, I downloaded the second and third in the series and read everything back to back. I enjoyed the story, the style, and the characters. I'm not sold on the yet-to-be-written four book series prequel yet, but would like to see Kael's story continue.

    17. This is NOT a bad book! I however am not a fan of too much detail unless said detail becomes invaluable later. I do understand that fantasy is often synonymous with detail, however it usually becomes necessary later in the series! And in this lies my conundrum. Some of the detail in this book seems near impossible to come into play later. If I am wrong I apologize. For now however, I must say that this book did not excite me. WaAr

    18. Jason Tesar, FREE **** Not usually a fantasy fan, but as soon as I finished this first (free on Kindle) book of the series, I downloaded book two (it's only $2.99). This is a real page-turner. Five thousand years ago, rebels are causing turmoil in the Empire and strange things are happening at sea. Lots going on in this well-written book. Good characters and plenty of mystery.Do yourself a favor and discover Jason Tesar.

    19. Overall, I liked it. It was a good read although I was expecting more angels/gods as the blurb implies the story is about. What I read felt a little more like a cross between Game of Thrones and The Night Angel series. This was more like a very long prequel novella rather than a stand alone novel. There were a lot of loose ends, which I assume will be taken care of in the next book, but I'm not sure I'll be reading them in a hurry.

    20. so found myself unable to put this book down until around the 10th chapter. it was full of action suspense and drama. boy did I want to beat the crap out of Lumus! but after that it dragged and was full of fluff and fillers. not done yet but I hope it picks up. then again, the author may be dragging it out for the next two books that follow.

    21. I enjoyed this book. The writing is solid. The story is interesting. The characters are interesting. It does suffer from a lot of POV changes and it covered a period of several years. These two things made it a little difficult to follow at times. I would recommend it to others, but be warned, it is not a page turner.

    22. Alright, I understand this book is a teaser (Tesar) for the series, but I'm totally bullshit that there were 18 chapters of character development, leading up to 2 chapters of semi-good reading, and then a lame cliffhanger. Not enough to keep me interested to buy the next book. Pffffft (bookfart)

    23. The Awakened:Book One (Awaken His Eyes) By Jason TesarI Liked this book I liked the style of writing And I found the story engaging.There are some few annoying elements that have more to do with editing decisions and this it the way Jason decided to put things together so there is no changing that.This novel contains One good solid story if you ignore the other two unfinished ones. Personally I found the first chapter to be more equivalent to a prologue. I found the next five chapter belonging t [...]

    24. The story was ok, but very slow for most of the book. I don't think it works very well as a standalone book, but probably good for setting up for the rest of the series. However, it didn't capture me and I don't expect to read any other books in the series, at least not purchasing any. I got this first volume free and it was worth what I paid for it.The character development seemed pretty good; there was just not much action throughout much of the book.

    25. Great read!Book 7 is out and I decided to go back and read all the previous books prior to reading it. I'm really excited about the journey, can't wait to catch up. That's my third or fourth times doing this.

    26. 2.5 starsThere is unexpected human rights violation here that doesn't sit well with me (rape, mass murder, & child abuse). Had I known, I wouldn't have read it, no matter how subtle or factual the bitter incidents were insinuated. To be fair, almost all books now are loaded with injustices. What makes this uncomfortable for me though is that there is no redress for the grievances. The story is ambitious in my opinion-- the plot is too broad that it takes an entire book for its introduction. [...]

    27. I'm giving this book 2.5 stars but I'm rounding up because *fingers crossed* I'm hoping the next one will make up for this one.As previously stated in other reviews, The Awakened felt much like an extended prequel and not like the first book in a series. In my opinion, it's just far too much rambling made in such a way that it was long enough to be called a book even though it shouldn't even be a standalone book.It was difficult for me to get into this story at first. The beginning chapter is so [...]

    28. I have just finished the first book in “The Awakened” series by Jason Tesar and I was pleasantly surprised at how well written this book was. I am a huge fan of fantasy fiction and this book fits the bill perfectly. Filled with mystery, political intrigue and rebellion I was thoroughly engrossed from the first page as it engaged my imagination.The story follows a the family of Colonel Adair Lours who is charged with keeping the city of Bastul safe and keeping the peace for the empire. Upon i [...]

    29. at first I thought this was crap, but then I bought book 2 and finished both within a weekd I just bought book 3d yes there is a book 4. Simple-minded but lots of action.I do want to see how it ends up. Here's the description:THE HISTORY: Over five thousand years ago, a renegade faction of angels abandoned the spiritual realm and began their inhabitation of earth. Worshiped as gods for their wisdom and power, they corrupted the realm of the physical and forever altered the course of historyE PR [...]

    30. At first, I was excited by the book. It seemed to have a cool, expansive fantasy-world; I liked how (in the Kindle format), the place names were linked to the parts of the map. However.I had absolutely no respect for the characters, and thus didn’t like them.The main guy, Adair, is a Colonel and Governor. At first he seemed a good character, he was made out to be a great guy — a good father and husband, a beloved and capable leader. However.He goes to investigate a part of ocean he suspects [...]

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