Ly Her only concern should be in maintaining the good of the Chief Librarian who nows everything This all sounds a bit like a cult Her mother was even thrown out of the library after becoming pregnant and disobeying the rules by doing so Nothing in the tale actually convinces me that these rules are important or necessary Readers are never really given a reason on why the main character actually wants to make the Chief Librarian proud It s a very weird and hallow relationship A bunch of brainwashing if you ask meFinally the greatest flaw of this tale is that the author does a lot of telling and not a whole lot of showing The dialogue is decent There just isn t much to support it You don t get a true sense of place The emotional depth of the characters is very limited I love fantasy because it has the ability to transport you fully into a new world This fails to do thatI think there is some good stuff to work off of here It just needs a few revisions that add details descriptions and either mystery around the rules or an explanation that is believable I enjoyed reading Evren Sener s book The story itself is intriguing somewhere there is a library that houses all of history in books The occupants of this library are charged with protecting it and it s secrets at all costs When Soe is thrust into this world against her will she decides to fight destiny But in the course of her rebellion she learns hard lessons about her world and herselfThere are many points for strong discussions during the reading of this book It s well suited to young adults at the higher end of the age range I did find the book a little slow and awkward to start but picked up it momentum after the first chapter or so The biggest issue to me is the at times Sener seems confused as to what perspective to issue to me is the at times Sener seems confused as to what perspective to Some parts of the book feel forced and missing some description to round it out In these places the transitions are rough or even lacking entirelyFortunately the concept is strong and the plot carries you through these uneven places I would likely read subseuent books in the seriesDisclaimer I received a complimentary copy of this book for the purpose of this review Any and all thought in this review are my own and not influenced by either the author or publisher I was given this book in exchange for an honest reviewI was engrossed from the first page to the last Evren has an amazing style of writing The intriguing storyline is well developed and the characters were relatable I look forward to reading from the author I thouroughly enjoyed this little journey into the Spiral Library by Evren Sener It was like Jonathan Livingstone Seagull meeting Yin and Yang For me it spoke about flying above the illusions we are taught and re discovering our true inner voice then listening to it It is a Alchemic kind of parable about the DNA of our spiritual journey and the many winding strands that make it up Her background in the ancient Vedic texts is evident There are strong similarities between the characters in her story and those from ancient history Stories like these never grow old and never cease to amaze Each person who reads this I think will find a bit of themselves in her main character Soe the chose. Nce successor candidate Under the shadow of anger and mistrust she is forcibly taken to the library To be purified and prepared to serve Soe must undergo 12 nights of trial that test her core values and strengths while under constant attack by Kal acting in partnership with her greatest enemy This intense training is overshadowed by her clandestine attempts to find the lost successors – her boyfriend and her twin brother Soe has plans but life has other plans Soe’s adventuresome spirit takes her on a wild ride magnetizing her curiosity dare devil spontaneityeen reasoning skills and pulling her into scenes that bring out the ,
Evren Sener s book Spiral Library The Successor is the story of a young woman s encounter with forces of mystery as she undergoes tests of courage and loyalty at the hands of her masterful guide and mentor the Chief Librarian The title librarian might fool you into thinking of a docile domesticated book shepherd until you discover his wizard like powers and spiritual wisdom as the head of a library that houses actual human life stories in its book collection Soe is a teen selected as candidate for successor to the Chief Librarian and as such must undergo twelve nights and days of fierce trials that test her core values and strengths There are set backs revelations about her true self encounters with strange creatures and temptations that magnetize her adventuresome nature pulling her into scenes that bring out the best and worst in her Follow Soe s story as she enters the Spiral Library where she experiences incredible things such as driving a chariot pulled by fire horses using secret potions shape shifting and trying to help someone escape from his own fantasiesThe author s own sense of wonder comes through the pages of this book as she takes you on a guided tour of the most unusual library one could ever imagineCharise Diamond It would be very difficult to apply the exact mot juste in describing this book by an inspiring new author An intense energy permeates from every chapter The largest and most imposing building in the city is the library As logic demands the library is headed by a chief librarian The librarian is regarded as sapient in all matters and his powers are all encompassing When all the aspiring candidates mysteriously disappear the young girl Soe is chosen very much against her will as one of the replacements Spirited Soe didn t go gentle in the night but fought tooth and nail against her captivity and perceived unjust slavery Twelve days and nights she must endure the obstacles and trials to test her morals virtues and ualities The Spiral Library is an extremely sinuous narrative that sends the her morals virtues and ualities The Spiral Library is an extremely sinuous narrative that sends the into a tourbillion of action and emotion If you enjoyed His Dark Material trilogy The Golden Compass The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass by Phillip Pullman you are bound to love this This contains the backbone to what could be a wonderful tale perhaps even a series which seems to be the author s intent
The Main Character Ismain character is trained to be the successor for the Chief Librarian who is the master of all masters in this city It seems to be loosely based on some interpretations of akashic records where all the We Sell Drugs knowledge and experiences of the world areept in an endless library In this book people become trapped in the illusions of the many volumes ept in the library and must be guided home to the city of the library by remembering that they are in an illusion powered by emotions like greed anger shame ectThe main character is relate able in a way She uestions things and has to fight her own daemons She struggles to follow the rules of the library and develops a strong connection with the Chief Librarian This is where I start to have problems She is supposed to follow rules including not being able to talk to anyone outside of the library fami. An ancient mysterious library housing books with a secret mission overlooks and defends the surrounding city The Chief Librarian a wise master protects the Spiral Library from attacks by Kal a treacherous and eternal enemy determined to conuer it One morning the library’s long silent “Golden Gong” sounds It is announced that the last two Chief Librarian successors have disappeared without a trace and a new candidate must be selected Without a new Chief Librarian the line of librarians will be broken and all will be defenseless No one explains or uestions this crisis except one girl Soe Unexpectedly she is chosen as a last cha.
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N successor to the Chief Librarian of The Spiral Library It makes the saying by Victoria Moran that It s probably unfair to expect the world at large or even most people to see us for all we are It is essential however that we see ourselves for all we are I highly recommend this thrilling adventure into the world of inner truth This book has some great potential I love the idea of a prominent libraby full of mysteries waiting to be discovered and the idea of people who are trapped inside a book and you can just dive in I am not going to tell you all about the story that the book tells because above you can read it the discription Some other good thing is that you ll slowly learn about the world where it all takes place But I must say I found it a hard book to read There were some things that I missed or didn t understand I still don t really now who So is The other characters tell me that she is a stubborn girl with lots of uestions I noticed that she is full of uestions but really stubborn not so much And I can t really name other characteristicsI don t really Literature of Africa know the other characters either Though later in the book there are some background stories that gives feeling to them I noticed that the writer made an effort to let So grow But to me So is still the same girl as she was in the beginning The trails that she overcomes and the missions that she completes come uite spontaniously to me How is she able to pass the trialsThe last night is the biggest trial of them all She made a mistake Orpheus made the same once I am not going to tell you which one sorry XP But it took Orpheus whonows how long to solve it while So can fix it in less than a minute I don t think So wouldshould be able do that Most of the time I couldn t follow the train of thought that a character would have One moment they would laugh and the next moment I read she woke up with tears streaking her face Why was she crying Did something happen did she have a bad dream maybe she missed her mother I don t now I want to understand them but I just can tSpoilerFor instance So is in love with Ros She meets him inside a book Of course he is confused and doesn t want to come "back to the library with her She is so upset and "to the library with her She is so upset and missed him so much that she cries and begs him to come back with She cried tears of true love Though beforehand I really thought that they had something once but now there were just really good friends She saves himbut he cannot stay and leaves the city with his family For a really really short moment So is sad that he must leave But once he left I get the feeling she s over him already It goes to fast now what I mean End spoiler Overall I get the feeling like I am experiencing it all from very far away I don t really now how the characters feel I don t really understand what is happening or why it s happening but I get the overall ideaAll and all I like the idea it s creative fun mysterious and much But I feel like it s an pancake a lot of great Ideas But None Of Them but none of them enough to really get sucked in Soe is a teen selected as candidate for successor to the Chief Librarian and must undergo twelve nights and days of trials that test her values and strengths Even though she is. Est and worst in her Accompany Soe as she drives a chariot pulled by “fire horses” shifts her shape while escaping an enchanted forest drinks potions supplied by a 200 year old young man and discovers a great truth through love and sacrifice The Spiral Library is a page turning thriller full of non stop action Within the story’s plot is a natural wisdom that mirrors uestions such as “Are we living in an illusion” and “Just who is the enemy” All of this lies hidden in the most unusual library one could ever imagine Note This book is written neither in novel nor in play format but something in between named as play nove. ,