Having come to terms with her long-hidden identity, Princess Rynnaia E’veri is ready to take her rightful place. But before she can join her father at Castle Rynwyk, she must endeavor to fulfill a 200-year-old prophecy and defeat the Kingdom’s ancient enemy, the Cobelds. Joined by her faithful knight, Sir Julien de Gladiel, and a gifted group of friends, Rynnaia must trek a dangerous path through canyons, forests, and into the very depths of a mountain where, if the prophetic scrolls prove correct, she will face an unknown foe, alone. Treacheries will be discovered, sacrifices will be made, friends will be lost, and love will be tested, but if even one line of the riddled prophecy is misinterpreted, Rynnaia will fail . . . and the Kingdom will fall.
Beginning at the point THE RYN ended, THE REMEDY concludes an epic re-imagining of the classic Grimm fairy tale, SNOW WHITE & ROSE RED. But the Eyes of E’veria series is only beginning
Adventurous and romantic conclusion which began with The Ryn (book 1). Personally, I enjoyed this story much more than the first book. Rose, now The Ryn, finally meets her father, the King, and begins her quest to find the remedy which will free her people and her mother from the curse of the cobelds. Dangerous, physical and mental challenges await the Ryn and her companions, but there are also many shades of love, from the love of The First (God), love of a father and king, love of loyal friends, and the love and respect that comes from a special ‘bear-man,’ that sustains the Ryn and gives her the courage to overcome many obstacles on the quest. If any of you
fell in love with bear-man, Julien, in the first book, you will come to love his character more in this story. He is so honorable and true and you’ll find your heart fluttering as much as Ryn’s each time she receives a tolken of his courtship. The Christian symbolism is well done and Ryn’s encounter with Cobeld chilling in its resemblence to how Satan deceives and influences us as individuals. All I can say is this is a very enjoyable series; appropriate for teens and young adults. I look forward to The Seahorse Legacy (book 3) which tells Cazien’s and Erielle’s story. Now if my sister would hurry up and start reading this series so we could discuss it….