The Dinorah Chronicles came to an end with Sunrise Souls. This last book wrapped up the ongoing story; however, each book was written in a way that you do not need to read the first one to know what is going on. Each book stands for itself. Here’s a little bit about Sunrise Souls,
As the Sunrise Souls awake to embrace the decoding of a new dawn – a new era for Earth and its inhabitants – a prophecy unveils. Dinorah Sandbeck, half-human and half-Anarth, leads the decoding of a new Earth. As it was written, “Sunrise Souls, embrace your essence, and in doing so, fulfill the prophecy of a new dawn, the birth of the New Earth – 000.
I would like to dedicate this post to the Anarths, characters who I fell in love with while writing them. At the end of the book, I dedicated a poem to these characters. It is written from an Anarth’s point of view. I would like to share it in this post.
Among humanity I dwell
I carry the burden of Cain
His legacy divided men
Earth enveloped in a blanket of pain.
One life to live a thousand times
Serving the good of humankind
To protect and serve, no end in sight
As long as Earth gives birth to right.
God’s seed, the righteous one
The good, the pure, the kind of heart
For it I fight, a thousand times
Eternal battle of flesh divine.
Divine and soul of flesh becomes
Thrown into Earth, duty my sword
For humankind the oath I take
I give my life, my sword, eternal fate.
Will I write about Anarths again? I don’t know the answer. It is their call.