#BOOKTOUR | The Gate of Aleph – J.H. Ellis @JudyHowardEllis @KeriBarnum @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #bookreview

Welcome to the book tour for The Gate of Aleph (Seven Gates of the Kingdom Series) by J.H. Ellis! Read on for more info!

The Gate of Aleph (Book 1 in the Seven Gates of the Kingdom Trilogy)
Expected Publication Date: Fall 2022 (Second Edition)
Genre: Sci-Fi/ Fantasy w/ Religious Undertones

The dying King Aikah suspects the flesh-eating Mikana will attack the kingdom of Seth once again. He summons his estranged son Shammah, who reluctantly heads home after a three-year exile. On the way, four mysterious creatures intercept Shammah, forever changing the scholar-soldier’s destiny as Aikah’s chosen heir while preparing him for Seth’s greatest war.

Shammah is a scholar-soldier who can’t overcome his past. He’s haunted by the deaths of thirteen men during a skirmish with the Mikana giants. Because Shammah disobeyed his father’s military orders, King Aikah exiles him. For three years, Shammah sails the seas, roaming the world. He’s an heir without a throne.While Shammah is away, Aikah falls ill. Even the moon goddess Livnath refuses to save his life. Meanwhile, the Mikana threaten to seize the kingdom. Aikah knows he won’t live to lead his people into battle, so he summons Shammah back home. Shammah returns with reluctance. Before he reaches Aikah, four mysterious creatures guide him to Mount Aleph. On the mountain’s rocky terrain, Shammah wrestles with his inner fears. Will he vindicate himself and find rest and love? Will he become the king his ruthless father never could?

Available on Amazon


Review

The Gate of Aleph by J.H. Ellis is a fantastic fantasy novel that really impressed me. I love fantasy, so I was excited to get into this one, and I’m happy to say I’ve found another author to keep an eye on because of this book.

The world-building is absolutely fantastic. When I read, my hope is that I get transported into the world that I’m reading about. That is exactly what this author accomplished here. Beautiful, descriptive details. I could see and hear all the things I was meant to. I thought the biblical undertones were interesting and found this story, overall, very compelling.

The characters are fantastic. I truly love when an author puts effort into creating well-rounded characters in fantasy stories. The dialogue felt realistic. The character decisions made sense. The background details gave me a sense of who the people were.

Overall, a series to continue. Don’t miss out!

Thank you to R&R Book Tours and the author for the review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.

Rating

4★


J.H. Ellis is a former journalist who writes biblically inspired fantasy fiction. The 66 books from Genesis to Revelation carry more power and truth and motivation than all of the great libraries of the world.

From antiquity to the here and now, the Bible is an endless exploration project God has provided for every generation of human beings. Ellis started by diving into the Bible’s depths by pondering its supernatural narratives.

Captivated by the diligent research of author Reona Martin about the biblical origins of the Nephilim, giant beings who were the first-generation offspring of rebellious angels, Ellis asked if she could build a story around her discoveries. Martin agreed and The Seven Gates of the Kingdom trilogy is the result.

JH Ellis | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

R&R Book Tours

Let me know what you think in the comments. I’d love to interact with you. If this sounds like something you would read, let me know!

If you’d like to support me, check out my ‘Buy Me A Coffee’ page.

Try Audible Premium Plus | Try Kindle Unlimited | Try Audible Plus | Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial | Amazon Prime Music 30-day Free Trial | Try Prime Wardrobe | Jessica Belmont is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.