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Blood, the Phoenix and a Rose: An Alchymical Triptych by [Constantine, Storm]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1194 KB
  • Print Length: 270 pages
  • Publisher: Immanion Press (29 Nov. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MSTJYBW
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #500,296 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've read most of Storm's book over the years, starting with the original Wraeththu series way back in the when. I've always had a soft spot for those early characters and it's great to be back in that world again and picking up on old references.

This is a set of three shorter stories each connected to the others in ways which are gradually revealed over the course of the book. And each story is itself enmeshed in the history of this post-human world, expanding on old events and ideas. Storm explains the book's conception in the early pages and I find it fascinating to see how she's woven so many, many threads together to create such a huge and powerful mythos. The characters are engaging and I'd like to say human - except they're not, are they? But they're real and even the bad guys have such depth and motivation. Cause and effect, love and hate - does the end ever justify the means? Starting from present-day Wraeththu and reaching back into it's own history, we get a whole new perspective on these early days and I feel I could go back and read the original trilogy again and find new meaning in events.

I loved this. But then I knew I would. If this is your type of book, you'll love it too.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A new take on history 11 Dec. 2016
By Debbie - Published on Amazon.com
I've read most of Storm's book over the years, starting with the original Wraeththu series way back in the when. I've always had a soft spot for those early characters and it's great to be back in that world again and picking up on old references.

This is a set of three shorter stories each connected to the others in ways which are gradually revealed over the course of the book. And each story is itself enmeshed in the history of this post-human world, expanding on old events and ideas. Storm explains the book's conception in the early pages and I find it fascinating to see how she's woven so many, many threads together to create such a huge and powerful mythos. The characters are engaging and I'd like to say human - except they're not, are they? But they're real and even the bad guys have such depth and motivation. Cause and effect, love and hate - does the end ever justify the means? Starting from present-day Wraeththu and reaching back into it's own history, we get a whole new perspective on these early days and I feel I could go back and read the original trilogy again and find new meaning in events.

I loved this. But then I knew I would. If this is your type of book, you'll love it too.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars She did warn in the prologue that she enjoyed exploring the past and explore she did 1 Dec. 2016
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
A bit of a different style of Storm in this book. Her prose is a bit more clinical than usual (more Calenture than Wraeththu) but that might be because the material is quite intense. She did warn in the prologue that she enjoyed exploring the past and explore she did...every nasty little nook and cranny of Fulminir. If you ever wondered to what depths a har can fall and how much a supposedly superior being can fool himself here's your express ticket, bring a tissue or three.
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, strange 15 Jan. 2017
By Madeira Darling - Published on Amazon.com
Beautiful, strange, marvelous, magical... I adore it, the characters were fascinating and well developed and I love the way the stories are intertwined.

Honestly the only thing that I didn't like was Gavensel cutting his hair made me personally sad... (like as a plot point it was fine and symbolic and good... but I was emotionally attached to it)
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