Pathway of the Gods by JR Mitchell
"A woman can manifest herself in many disguises"
Imagine a place where women dominate, where beauty is both physical and internal and where the imagination is allowed to run wild. Where flowers transport you into another realm, a land where you lose yourself and all sense of life…
“Pathway of the Gods,” is the first fiction novel written by Australian Author, JR Mitchell. The tale of Azrah, Theron and Ommran will capture the readers' imaginations.
Azrah’s alluring blue eyes and her hair as blonde as the sunshine. Torn by love, desire and betrayal the young Immortal must decide on her own journey as to which pathway to go down, the one with the bright light or the hidden darkness she feels. Yearning for acceptance and that immortal desire to be loved, Azrah risks it all for that one moment…
Theron the untouchable king, whom fights his foes yearning for the freedom to be free from his Immortal life.
Ommran the dark lord is to discover what his future holds; his passion is his vice and virtue.
All is not as it seems in the world of the Immortals. Theron must learn to accept his fate in life and it may not be of his choosing, but life is not as it appears to be. Ommran must fight his inner demons to realise what is important in the life he lives. The tale of these characters are extremely relatable, Mitchell certainly knows what stirs emotions in her readers.
This Pathway of the Gods book review was written by Snjezana Bobic
All reviews for: The Immortals Trilogy
Pathway of the Gods
The Immortals Trilogy: Book 1
Imagine a place where women dominate, where beauty is both physical and internal and where the imagination is allowed to run wild. Where flowers transport you into another ...
Awakening of the Gods
The Immortals Trilogy: Book 2
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Gathering of the Gods
The Immortals Trilogy: Book 3
The depravity and debauchery of the Demon Lord Zadus, is pitted against the cunning sexuality of Ore'arn, gifted enchantress of the gods, as she and Sirus orchestrate t...
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Ilana from Sunshine Coast Qld
I enjoyed it so much I was so sad when I read the last page. Then I had to wait for the second book with great anticipation. Reading this book was pure escape into a wonderful world. So believable one forgets it's a fantasy.
Carol from Sunshine Coast Qld
This lady has the most fantastic imagination. Her books are full of intrique.
Fiona from Cairns
From the moment I started this book, until I finished the last page I couldn't put it down. I felt I knew the characters personally and couldn't wait to find out what happens to them all throughout the book - highly recommonded!! Expect a few late nights as this book is a real page turner!!
Meaghan from Australia
A unique story that kept me hooked right until the last book. Highly recommend to all paranormal/fantasy readers out there.
Michelle from Australia
I loved it. I was transported to another place every time I picked it up. Amazing.
Martin from Sunshine Coast
I bought Pathway of the Gods expecting something completely different yet once I started reading the book I could not put it down. Such a colorful exciting path developed while reading I had to keep going to find where this would lead me, always enticing to find the next twist.
Michelle from Sunshine Coase
Fantasy has never been a genre I have enjoyed until I was introduced to Pathway of the Gods. Thanks to JR Mitchelle for creating such clever and engaging characters. I am a Big Fan!
Diane from Brisbane
What a great imagination, interesting characters and a story line that keeps you turning the pages.
Michelle from Sunshine Coast
What a storyline! The passion and imagination of the writer is immediately obvious and the journey the book takes you on is one of a kind. Thanks for introducing me to the world of fantasy.
Nigel from Maroochydore
The clever thing about this book is the fact that the lives of the characters are so cleverly woven into the story. Makes for great drama and character. You feel for them as they endure everything that is going on around them.
Nikki from Brisbane
I was never the avid reader but I found this to be a very captivating book. I enjoyed getting to know the characters and loved that it was unique in every way.
Kaiti from Australia
Pathway of the Gods is a fantastic book, full of imagination and intrigue. I couldn't put it down. Loved it :-)
8.2/10 from 13 reviews
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