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Reviewed by Adanna Ora for Readers' Favorite
Phoenix Saga is an epic book written by Amall Era JesuƨɘႱ Ho and Joshua James Eller based on Greek mythology and the adventures of Anyalnon and Enēôlnən. It contains poems, short stories with myths about the lives and times of popular people, and quotes from world leaders. There are important life principles embedded in some chapters. The poems dwell on different themes ranging from the wholeness of the body, soul, and mind to nuggets for good living and values with which to move through life peacefully and purposefully. The authors use literary devices like enjambment, simile, imagery, rhetorical questions, and metaphors. Worthy of note is the interview with the poet-oracle, which gives a supernatural angle to the story and the reasons for the majority of his beliefs. Join the authors on this amazing journey in a combination of science, literature, philosophy, and mythology.
One of the things that struck me in Phoenix Saga was the dialogue. It is captivating, endearing, and always has something to teach. I love the fluidity of the themes in the book. It is a guide to living a fulfilled life. Amall Era JesuƨɘႱ Ho and Joshua James Eller use elements like nature to shed more light on the message they want to convey. The authors also make use of images and acronyms to illustrate their message. This shows the intent to enable learning and understanding. The third-person narrative style also makes the stories a delight to look forward to. There is a reference section for those who might want to study further. I recommend Phoenix Saga to lovers of history and new knowledge.