Friday, October 26, 2012

From the Review Pile #4: Keepers of the Zodiac by Sharon Wood

From the Review Pile is a weekly meme hosted by Stepping Out of the Page.

Featured this week: Keepers of the Zodiac by Sharon Wood

Genre: Fantasy
Pages: 234
Publisher: Self-published
Publication Date: Oct 19, 2011

My review copy was provided by Reading Addiction Blog Tours in exchange for a honest review.

Synopsis via Goodreads: 

The stars have shifted and the Earth is rapidly moving into the throes of chaos. 

Four god-like beings known as the Zodiac High Council, send their winged herald, Syrie, out with twelve sealed envelopes. His mission? To bring a chosen group of thirteen future Zodiac Keepers, including a set of mesmerizing twins, to the Isle of Oriba for training. 

Syrie never could have imagined that he would fall in love along the way--ultimately forcing him to choose between betrayal and death. 

Keepers of the Zodiac is an enthralling tale of obligatory fate, temporary hope, and impossible love.

When I found out about this blog tour, I knew I had to sign up. Self-published or not, I can't just pass a fantasy book about the Zodiac! 

Although he had seen the negative events for the past year, he did not want to go to the High Council to confirm that the Dawning of the Fin was happening until he was absolutely sure. Now he was. The High Council no longer had complete control over the delicate signs, and they needed help fast.

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