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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Gods of Kiranis is the first book in the Kiranis series by Ronald A. Geobey. Chaos is just around the corner, and it seems like no one can stop it. An alien structure is surrounding Earth, and no one knows what the aliens want. Mannix Relland, the Patriarch of the Church of the New Elect, is ready to do whatever it takes to keep humankind safe, even if it means making an alliance with a species humanity has no knowledge of. While the young and ambitious Cana is ready to do whatever it takes to perform his job, Councilor Cassandra Messina questions the Church's intentions. Cassandra's god promises her a better future, something far more glorious than what Relland could ever give humans. However, there is a more significant player in the game that no one knows about. He calls himself the Prophet and is the only one who knows what is going on and how to turn things to his advantage. What will happen now? Is this the beginning of the end?
There are many characters, and each of them has a considerable part to play in the progress of Gods of Kiranis. Ronald A. Geobey adds different kinds of characters to further the plot and make it enjoyable. For example, Naveen and Cassandra are confident characters, Cana is more vulnerable, the Kwaios are a little too sure. In contrast, Adam and Valentina are simple humans struggling to make sense of the chaos around them. The pace is fast; it is packed with action and the narrative is dramatic. The author merges fantasy with science fiction in an intricate plot. The background building is intense, the plot is complex, and the characters are realistic. It adds depth to the story and makes it even more enjoyable. It is a series to keep an eye on.