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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Eternally Mortal is a work of fiction in the fantasy, adventure, and interpersonal drama subgenres and is best suited to mature adult readers. Penned by author T. Cobey, this captivating fantasy tale brings together the threads of four individuals from different walks of life, each on their unique journey of second chances. As their paths cross, they find themselves facing tests that will determine their fates, but there's no simple pass or fail. It's a matter of survival against everything and a matter of the enduring power of love.
Author T. Cobey's writing style is a standout feature of the book, so much so that the language of the narration becomes integral to the journey of the story. I found this combination of literary and fantasy stylings really interesting, and it lent itself well to the deep emotional and psychological exploration of the characters as they found themselves under immense pressure. The concept of mortality and the price humanity pays, as a result, is not easy to convey in a pacy, adventurous fashion, but Cobey delivers an exciting plot filled with interesting twists that also really make you think about what it means to be human. The portrayal of Michael was especially chilling for me as the novel drove home his predatory development with some highly visual acts and raw speech and thought presentation. Overall, reading Eternally Mortal was a pleasurable experience, thanks to Cobey's narrative skills and his ability to create a compelling story that blends elements of fantasy and love. It's a book that keeps readers engaged and leaves them pondering the possibilities of second chances in a world both mystical and frighteningly relatable.