Saturday, July 22, 2017

The Sixth Gate by K.T. Munson

The Sixth Gate
by K.T. Munson

My rating: 4 stars

Trilogy: The Gate - Book 1
Publication Date: July 7, 2017
Publisher; K.T. Munson
Genre: Fantasy
Print Length: 304 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

 
The interplanetary gates have existed between the five planets and the Netherworld for as long as living memory.

Dr. Elisabeth Avery is a woman caught between two worlds. Little does she know that others like her, other half-breeds, are being hunted. When a creature drags a princess into the Netherworld, Elisabeth is determined to save her by any means necessary.

Meanwhile, on the planet of Hystera, a Keeper and his assistant investigate a grisly string of suicides and are in need of someone with Elisabeth's skills. The Gate Guardians and Elisabeth are aware that something is coming and know that it has something to do with the Netherworld bleeding through to the planets, but not why.

Will Elisabeth be able to come to terms with who she is in time to face the coming threat?

  
 The Sixth Gate by K.T. Munson

The Sixth GateK.T. Munson spares no detail in creating her chaotic “worlds” filled with gates of passage, gates that also should also hold back evil from saturating the earth. Five planets, and the Netherworld are connected, but all is not well.

Dr. Elisabeth Avery has studied fringe science with good reason, she is part demon and knows the truth that other dimensions do exist. Not accepting of her dark half, she does not know she one of many being hunted for a power she possesses and her half-demon soul. Something big is about to happen between the gates and Elizabeth may become part of the vortex of evil that is coming, unless she is strong enough to resist. Lies will be uncovered and the truth may be too vile to know. Will Elisabeth's human side and her demon side learn to accept each other? Will she have the strength she needs when the time comes to fulfill her destiny?

THE SIXTH GATE comes alive under the descriptions of K.T. Munson, and the myriad of characters will contribute to the feeling that this tale encompasses a galaxy of worlds. Who can be trusted, who is NOT what they seem to be? Are all demons evil? How is the dreaded Netherworld bleeding into other worlds? What is behind the Sixth Gate and will those secrets destroy all that is good?

Pay close attention to each scene and each character, as we travel from one event to another, each a piece of a patchwork quilt-like maze that can, at times seems almost too detailed to allow us to use our own imagine to picture all that is happening.

Lovers of dark fantasy will find each page fascinating in its own right as we witness all the threads coming together in a web of soul takers, charmed animals and magical swords of power in one more tale of the battle of good versus evil as the Black King makes his move.

I received this copy from K.T. Munson in exchange for my honest review.


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