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It was the 75th year of Alberoth when the AsZar summoned the Guardians There was an imbalance in the lands of Faélondul The Zaxson Draizeyn Vereux covered the lands in a pall of darkness There was a plan to exterminate the infestation in Nazil and beyond a plan to eradicate the humansLed by the priestly cast called the Cha the Xenophobic Nazilians dominating Faélondul justified their brutalities against the humans But when the First Chosen of the elite guard of Nazil discovers Brahanu Ravenot lost near the gates of the city not only his lif. I read this for work so I'm withholding star rating and review but I feel it is my ethical duty to note that this book reuires a CW for rape repeatedly

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Of conflict both within and without into a deeply moving narrative A dazzling read ‘The Rise of Nazil’ is a story that will leave you gripping the edge of your seats It is an unforgettable tale of love self sacrifice and acceptance that will haunt you days after reading it Begin your journey through the land of Faélondul and witness how love can transcend race belief and deadly prejudice and lifts away darkness from the lands”THIS TITLE CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT IT IS INTENDED FOR MATURE READERS DUE TO GRAPHIC SCENES AND ADULT SITUATIONS. I read a lot of fantasy books but the author of The Rise of Nazil has created a world that had hooked me right away The land of Faélondul is ruled by the Nazil a race of men called 'ghosts' because of their white hair and pale skins Pentanimir is First Chosen the leader of their military forces and guards to the ruler When he comes across Brahanu a beautiful human lost and hurt in the woods he is torn between duty and desire For the Nazil are xenophobic taking humans as slaves and generally treating them horrifically The scenes here are graphic both in violence and sexually but are necessary to explain the history and behavior of these people The author does give warningsThe story travels at a good pace among different parts of the country of Faelondul and there is a vast cast of characters But they are all so interesting that I kept reading to find out what happens next The world building is detailed including some new language and varied fitting well in the context of the storyThe writing style is slightly archaic which fits very nicely with the fantasy style You get used to it uickly and I uite enjoyed itThis is going to be a series of books and I can not wait to read I highly recommend this book to lovers of fantasy ages 18 Aaron Michael Hall is a great new author and I am very happy that I found him Shadow Spell (Seven Sorcerers into a deeply moving narrative A dazzling read ‘The Rise of Nazil’ My Life as a Changeling is a story that will leave you gripping the edge of your seats It Doves Can Fly Away is an unforgettable tale of love self sacrifice and acceptance that will haunt you days after reading More Glooscap Stories it Begin your journey through the land of Faélondul and witness how love can transcend race belief and deadly prejudice and lifts away darkness from the lands”THIS TITLE CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT IT IS INTENDED FOR MATURE READERS DUE TO GRAPHIC SCENES AND ADULT SITUATIONS. I read a lot of fantasy books but the author of The Rise of Nazil has created a world that had hooked me right away The land of Faélondul The Captured Horizon is ruled by the Nazil a race of men called 'ghosts' because of their white hair and pale skins Pentanimir The Continuing City is First Chosen the leader of their military forces and guards to the ruler When he comes across Brahanu a beautiful human lost and hurt Harmony (Dissonance Series in the woods he Alabis World is torn between duty and desire For the Nazil are xenophobic taking humans as slaves and generally treating them horrifically The scenes here are graphic both Harmony and Dissonance in violence and sexually but are necessary to explain the history and behavior of these people The author does give warningsThe story travels at a good pace among different parts of the country of Faelondul and there The Translators Turn is a vast cast of characters But they are all so Hesselbein on Leadership interesting that I kept reading to find out what happens next The world building Stalin in October is detailed Consequences of Theory including some new language and varied fitting well The Debate Over Vietnam in the context of the storyThe writing style Jean Renoir is slightly archaic which fits very nicely with the fantasy style You get used to Stalin it uickly and I uite enjoyed Microhistory and the Lost Peoples of Europe itThis Martyrs Mirror is going to be a series of books and I can not wait to read I highly recommend this book to lovers of fantasy ages 18 Aaron Michael Hall The Lazarus Case is a great new author and I am very happy that I found him

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E but also his entire system of beliefs is forever changed With all the darkness covering the lands can love forbidden yet eternal save both humans and NaziliansThe Rise of Nazil is an adult fantasy novel that takes your breath away Intricate plotting intense passion exciting battles and complex challenging characters pull the reader into the mythical world of Faélondul where powerful ethereal beings wrestle for domination against the brutal Nazilian rulers “Aaron Michael Hall has the uncanny power to weave even the most delicate tapestry. The novel is for the most part highepic fantasy with strong overtones of dark fantasy On that point I should give a trigger warning on this review The book contains a significant amount of rape and sexual violence and I will speak on that content in this review Readers who have had traumatic experiences or who are sensitive to those topics may wish to abstain from readingIn this novel humans are subject to rule by a race of people called Nazilians whose capital is the city of Nazil Nazilian society has ideology close to real world fascism They worship of gods embodying War Power Courage and Judgment and they obsess over racial purity To them humans are inferior and anyone of mixed human and Nazilian blood is considered an abomination Many Nazilians are sadistic and use terror as a way to maintain their power Far from Nazil is the secret city of Bandari where humans and Nazilians live in peace and harmony One of the books central characters is Pentanimir a Nazilian of the rank First Chosen something like an elite military champion who falls in love with a human woman Brahanu The two characters’ love is one of many pieces in the shifting dynamics of this land which is moving toward a tipping point past which the cruel reign of Nazil cannot survive Other pieces include the plotting of the giant Dessalonians who live on the edges of the map and the awakening of god like beings called Guardians the titular Seven who have their own plans for this worldApart from the occasional prophecy there isn’t much of what we’d call magic in the story until near the end The world is closely related to the grit and cruelty that our own societies had during the Middle Ages The story is strong and engaging although it has some flaws It moves along fairly slowly for the first two thirds or so setting up the pieces that bring it all to a grand climax in the last third of the book Much of the time spent setting things up in the first two thirds was spent on developing the romances between various characters I’m not opposed to romance stories per se but in this story they did slow things down uite a lot and I thought much of that aspect could have been shortened One other aspect that I thought could have been shortened that of sexual violence calls for its own paragraphNow I’ve read all five books in George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire and I am waiting respectfully and patiently for The Winds of Winter That series has gotten criticism for the amount of sexual violence in it Secret of the Seven has sexual violence in its 500 odd pages than A Song of Ice and Fire has in its 5000 odd pages It’s not left to implication and it’s not left to the imagination It’s there on the page described in graphic and gruesome detail Slaves of the Nazilians are descriptively raped repeatedly Captured enemies are treated to imaginative and meticulously recounted tortures of sexual nature for dozens and dozens of pages Every time you think the last of these scenes has passed another one surprises you Despite the book’s other strengths I found this to be in poor taste There were times when I strongly considered putting the book aside due to these scenes but I kept on because I was invested in the characters So readers who cannot stomach those kinds of scenes would do well to stay away from this bookThe prose was good for the most part though there were typos and a handful of parts that could have used a little editing However as I said before the story was good a strong addition to the fantasy genre I know there are two others in the series right now Seed of Scorn and Piercing the Darkness I will most likely read the former in a few weeks and if it’s good I’ll go on to the latter Fans of epic fantasy who are not too put off by gruesome graphicness will probably enjoy this book The Pale Horseman (The Saxon Stories, is forever changed With all the darkness covering the lands can love forbidden yet eternal save both humans and NaziliansThe Rise of Nazil Compass American Guides is an adult fantasy novel that takes your breath away Intricate plotting Economics, Ecology, Ethics intense passion exciting battles and complex challenging characters pull the reader Persephone & Hades into the mythical world of Faélondul where powerful ethereal beings wrestle for domination against the brutal Nazilian rulers “Aaron Michael Hall has the uncanny power to weave even the most delicate tapestry. 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10 thoughts on “The Rise of Nazil

  1. says:

    Do you like sweeping drama deep and complicated characters complex worlds filled with fantastic flying desu beasts magical powers love mystery plot twists palace intrigue mighty battles heartbreak characters you instantly love or hate and did I mention murder? There's even a mysterious language to learn Hall's writing makes it easy for the reader to get involved in the story of the Nazil and the humans who serve them The sweeping story of rebellious love in conflict with a sense of honor and duty powers the story to a satisfying conclusion but paves the way for the next novel in the series Seed of Scorn One slight word of caution this story has very graphic descriptions of the cruelty of the Nazil but in m y opinion it's needed for complete characterization A great Epic Fantasy for Mature Adults


  2. says:

    THE RISE OF NAZIL starts with a familiar enough story with a beautiful young human woman finding herself in foreign lands ruled by the terrifying Nazil The Nazil are a bit like Tolkien's elves in they are incredibly formidable beautiful and magical people who are also complete jerks Thankfully for our heroine she finds herself meeting one of the better examples of the species Pentanimir Benoist First of the Chosen swiftly falls in love with Brahanu and soon becomes ready to challenge the whole of his racist society The Rise of the Nazil actually reminds me a bit of vampire fiction as the Nazil have a lot of the undead's ualities and the cover along with Pentanimir himself reminds me a bit of Alucard from the Castlevania series This isn't a bad thing since the Byronic tragic hero is an effective trope among them for a reasonThe supporting cast is excellent in the book with Dami Pentanimir's brother being one of my favorite characters as he struggled to live up to the example of his elder brother for most of his life His relationship with Zeta and how he attempts to help her were an interesting storyline in and of itselfIf I have one complaint about the book it's that the protagonists fell in love at first sight and go from 1 to 100 very uickly That and the prophetic nature of the story are things I'm not usually a big fan of Still I have to say this is a very good book for combining romance high fantasy and Gothic sensibilities 910


  3. says:

    I read this for work so I'm withholding star rating and review but I feel it is my ethical duty to note that this book reuires a CW for rape repeatedly


  4. says:

    The novel is for the most part highepic fantasy with strong overtones of dark fantasy On that point I should give a trigger warning on this review The book contains a significant amount of rape and sexual violence and I will speak on that content in this review Readers who have had traumatic experiences or who are sensitive to those topics may wish to abstain from readingIn this novel humans are subject to rule by a race of people called Nazilians whose capital is the city of Nazil Nazilian society has ideology close to real world fascism They worship of gods embodying War Power Courage and Judgment and they obsess over racial purity To them humans are inferior and anyone of mixed human and Nazilian blood is considered an abomination Many Nazilians are sadistic and use terror as a way to maintain their power Far from Nazil is the secret city of Bandari where humans and Nazilians live in peace and harmony One of the books central characters is Pentanimir a Nazilian of the rank First Chosen something like an elite military champion who falls in love with a human woman Brahanu The two characters’ love is one of many pieces in the shifting dynamics of this land which is moving toward a tipping point past which the cruel reign of Nazil cannot survive Other pieces include the plotting of the giant Dessalonians who live on the edges of the map and the awakening of god like beings called Guardians the titular Seven who have their own plans for this worldApart from the occasional prophecy there isn’t much of what we’d call magic in the story until near the end The world is closely related to the grit and cruelty that our own societies had during the Middle Ages The story is strong and engaging although it has some flaws It moves along fairly slowly for the first two thirds or so setting up the pieces that bring it all to a grand climax in the last third of the book Much of the time spent setting things up in the first two thirds was spent on developing the romances between various characters I’m not opposed to romance stories per se but in this story they did slow things down uite a lot and I thought much of that aspect could have been shortened One other aspect that I thought could have been shortened that of sexual violence calls for its own paragraphNow I’ve read all five books in George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire and I am waiting respectfully and patiently for The Winds of Winter That series has gotten criticism for the amount of sexual violence in it Secret of the Seven has sexual violence in its 500 odd pages than A Song of Ice and Fire has in its 5000 odd pages It’s not left to implication and it’s not left to the imagination It’s there on the page described in graphic and gruesome detail Slaves of the Nazilians are descriptively raped repeatedly Captured enemies are treated to imaginative and meticulously recounted tortures of sexual nature for dozens and dozens of pages Every time you think the last of these scenes has passed another one surprises you Despite the book’s other strengths I found this to be in poor taste There were times when I strongly considered putting the book aside due to these scenes but I kept on because I was invested in the characters So readers who cannot stomach those kinds of scenes would do well to stay away from this bookThe prose was good for the most part though there were typos and a handful of parts that could have used a little editing However as I said before the story was good a strong addition to the fantasy genre I know there are two others in the series right now Seed of Scorn and Piercing the Darkness I will most likely read the former in a few weeks and if it’s good I’ll go on to the latter Fans of epic fantasy who are not too put off by gruesome graphicness will probably enjoy this book


  5. says:

    What a truly fantastic book I received this book through Goodreads Giveaways and I must say it is my favorite out of any I've received and read thus far It is reminiscent of Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones though definitely not in a copycat way Also as an avid Dungeons and Dragons player I felt there were many elements of that as well Admittedly there were a few scenes that were a bit difficult to read however they were so necessary to the book that it really couldn't have done without themThe world building was just phenomenal Each scene and character contributes to the reader's knowledge and overall image of the world itself Everything described beautifully with enough detail that you are never grasping for imagery without completely eschewing the creative freedom of one's imagination Anything that isn't described in particularly clear detail can be found on the cover andor the back of the book so all the bases are covered Even the fictional language used periodically is translated at the end of each scene where it appears The characters are rich and multi faceted and each one is different from the next even the villains and the minor characters Each one is described well mentally and physically and a good many will surprise you The reader is given an intimate look into the thoughts and feelings of each character why they make the choices they do and what they do or don't learn from them The story itself is a grand fantasy adventure that tackles some hard issues that are true of the world today or less depending on the people andor the area of the world in uestion in a uniue way Inside of that is a tale of adventure joy hardships difficult choices and the resiliency of the human or Nazilian spirit All of this comes together to form an awesome book that is truly an epic fantasy I would recommend this for a mature audience seriously don't give this to your kid or teenager who enjoys fantasy of any kind plays or played DD andor enjoys intelligent fiction I'd give it stars if I could and I will most certainly be reading the next onePS This took me longer than it should have to read between the holidays and buying a house It won't take everyone so long Even though it is a rather large book you really won't want to put it down


  6. says:

    “I have to ask myself an obvious uestion after reading “The Rise of Nazil” by Aaron Michael Hall Why did I like it so much? I usually ask myself that uestion after really enjoying a book or movie As an engineer and manager I spend a lot of time in the real world so when I’m especially taken with a work of fiction it often provides an insight to examine it to better understand how and why it grabbed me So as an engineer I'm going to briefly break down this adventure fantasy by a relatively unknown author and try to understand what just happened For me anyway the most useful method is to examine plot characters and dialogue and try to see why they work or not and how they work togetherSo starting with the plot it kind of fits into the boy meets girl thing but it gets past that right away After a short prologue involving a group of divine beings called the Guardians discussing past events in the land of Faelondul we meet a beautiful human woman named Brahanu who is lost in a storm injured and horrified to find herself near Nazil Nazil is the capital city of a cruel and arrogantly xenophobic race whose ruler the Zaxson is a particularly unpleasant fellow who extracts tribute from the human villages in the land while enslaving and abusing the humans The Nazilian culture views the humans as savages and any humans captured near the city are tortured horribly Brahanu has the very good fortune of being discovered by Pentanimir He is First Chosen the leader and champion of the elite palace guards of Nazil whose motto is “Honor Above All” Pentanimir is smitten by Brahanu's beauty Torn between duty and love he makes the difficult choice to escort the injured girl to safety to a mysterious secret village rather than taking her prisoner As he prepares for the journey we meet his younger brother Dani who is also a member of the guard The plot moves from Brahanu's flight to scenes inside the citadel of the city where we encounter some of the human slaves including Hushar and Zeta and start to learn of the cruel ways of the Nazilian slave masters The plot continues to advance between Brahanu and Pentanimir's adventures – and some epic love making along the way – and developments in the city and in Cazaal Brahanu's village The author deftly introduces a number of new and intriguing characters through the unpredictable plot turns the evil uncle Oxilon the sadistic Zaxson with his son and daughter and Brahanu's family in Cazaal and her betrothed Itai As Pentanimir and Brahanu journey together he begins to experience doubts regarding Nazil and what he has taken for granted about humans and Nazilians The human and the Nazilian warrior fall deeply in love and although they reach the mysterious village of Bandari and meet even fascinating and inter related characters they find they must make the difficult choice to separate in order to well; I don't want to spoil it for other readers By the time I got this far in the story I was hooked The plot pulled me rapidly through a very exciting battle with the Guardians and Nazilians and a final climactic attack on the citadel itself There were places in the story where I literally had to stop for a moment and catch my breath So in short the plot has at least a little of just about everything that makes for a good story love courage adventure betrayal battles and struggles with honor and duty and virtue It's all tied together with unpredictable twists and turns that really kept me turning pagesOkay characters Aaron Michael Hall has written a story that almost compares to some of Charles Dickens' novels in terms of the number of characters and the extent to which they are inter related In this sense the plot and characters work together very well the plot's twists and turns reveal not only the characters themselves but bring out surprising connections among them In addition just as in the best of Tolkien some of the characters are not human at all We meet warrior giants in exile and have to rejoice with them when one of the humans from Bandari helps them overcome their ancient failures in serving the Guardians In a flashback we meet Pentanimir's father Manifir and learn about Nazil and its gods and culture as well as a greater understanding of what motivates the First Chosen We experience the selfless heroic love of Itai for Brahanu In all the characters are revealed as very human and believable all with failings and weaknesses most with virtue and interesting personalities I found myself connecting with almost all of the good guys at different times in the story and getting downright angry at some of the evil onesIt took me a little while to get used to the dialogue Hall uses some unusual constructions and speaking styles to set Faelondul apart from our world For example there are not contractions in the dialogue Once I accepted this as being consistent with the fantasy world the author was creating I found it very natural and enjoyable The way the characters speak often provides very good insights into their natures Hall often employs a very uniue usage which I found fascinating and delightfulTo summarize the major elements of the story – plot characters and dialogue – all worked very well together to establish a very believable and compelling adventure I found myself cheering for the heroes and righteously indignant with the villains The author has a powerful style of writing and the story was consistent and well edited throughout It was a fast fun read and I'm looking forward to installments from Aaron Michael Hall”


  7. says:

    I read a lot of fantasy books but the author of The Rise of Nazil has created a world that had hooked me right away The land of Faélondul is ruled by the Nazil a race of men called 'ghosts' because of their white hair and pale skins Pentanimir is First Chosen the leader of their military forces and guards to the ruler When he comes across Brahanu a beautiful human lost and hurt in the woods he is torn between duty and desire For the Nazil are xenophobic taking humans as slaves and generally treating them horrifically The scenes here are graphic both in violence and sexually but are necessary to explain the history and behavior of these people The author does give warningsThe story travels at a good pace among different parts of the country of Faelondul and there is a vast cast of characters But they are all so interesting that I kept reading to find out what happens next The world building is detailed including some new language and varied fitting well in the context of the storyThe writing style is slightly archaic which fits very nicely with the fantasy style You get used to it uickly and I uite enjoyed itThis is going to be a series of books and I can not wait to read I highly recommend this book to lovers of fantasy ages 18 Aaron Michael Hall is a great new author and I am very happy that I found him


  8. says:

    The Rise of the Nazil is Fantasy in its finest form The breadth and scope of the storyline is of epic proportions What struck me about this story were the parallels to the blights of our own society In the Nazil you see the same elitist paradigm that plagues the most powerful of our own world The Nazillians mirror the notorious Nazis with their cruelty but also with their strength and their charisma At the same time they reflect the ideals and apathy of corporate America Nazil is a formidable machine and when operated by an evil hand it wreaks havoc across the land taking as it pleases and leaving death and destruction in its wake But fear not; there is hopeThis story is not all death and gloom Oh no Contained within these pages are incredible feats of courage true tests of honor and most importantly unions bonded by unshakable love The Rise of Nazil is an epic fantasy that should be shelved next to the works of RA Salvatore and J R R Tolkein Aaron Michael Hall is a creative world builder with breath taking deities and a most uniue mythos With sweeping love stories intense battles theological struggles and modern sociological themes this book was the best read of 2015 Warning Adult Only Graphic content not suitable for young readers


  9. says:

    This book is highly recommended for lovers of high fantasy epics The Secret of the Seven is not just a simple book but the introduction of an entire world Aaron Michael Hall carefully guides readers with with maps pronounciation guides and a magical language called Mehlonii The Rise of Nazil book 1 introduces the world of Faelondul a world where humans and Nazilians co exist but not peacefully With the awakening of the guardians the two worlds are forced to come together through unforeseen circumstances and this is only the beginning The Rise of Nazil is an amazing adult read not meant for the light hearted Sex and violence are just small snippets of the 500 page book and is in no means gratuitous Every action has its purpose which leads the characters further down their rabbit holes Once you become invested in the series you have to see it to the end Its very difficult to put down after one chapter


  10. says:

    In a world of the Nazil power and violence seem to be the only response and the hatred of other races whose values are bound up in their community seems to permeate everything they do But not everyone or everything is as it seems and both sides of the conflict are struggling against fate The world is well realized and detailed with a strong mythos and interesting social characterizationsThe Rise of the Nazil is a complex work combining the cadence and richness of “old school” fantasy with the violence intricate treacheries and modern sensibilities of The Game of Thrones If Michael Moorcock were writing for today’s audience he might well have written this kind of work And if you read those novels with enjoyment you will want to read this book too


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