***Three full-length bestselling fantasy novels in one collection: The Tower's Alchemist (now being adapted to screenplay), Dark Rift, and Circadian Circle.***
Be a spy. Save the world.
If only it were that simple.
The Nazis have unleashed occult forces throughout Europe, and the Allies are forced to recruit wizards to help them fight in the streets of Europe and in the shadows.
Among them is the battle weary spy, Isabella George, a Gray Tower dropout trained in Alchemy. Longing for retirement and a life of peace, she accepts one final job–extract a deadly warlock from Nazi occupied France and prevent him from unleashing an alchemical weapon that will devour the continent.
But France is crawling with the Cruenti, vampiric warlocks who feed off other wizards. When things don’t go according to plan, one Cruenti sets his deadly eyes on her.
Plans within plans. Plots versus counter-plots. Heists gone wrong, Vatican wizards, and the greatest manipulation of history that has ever been seen, is just a taste of what Isabella George is in for, in this action-packed supernatural spy thriller.
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A captivating heroine
I've enjoyed keeping up with the heroine Isabella and watching her grow throughout this series. At the outset in The Tower's Alchemist she is like most young women her age: she would be happy to spend her time having fun with friends, reading brides' magazines and planning a future with the man she loves. But the world is at war and the good guys need her for her unique and particular talents. She takes on what she thinks will be her last mission: to stop the Nazis from deploying a monstrously deadly bio-weapon. That the details of the secret service she works for and biowarfare were inspired by actual WWII events made the story that much more believable. By Book Three she has gotten her arms around her powers and her unique potential without losing her humanity. I liked her persistence and dedication and especially liked the ending to Circadian Circle which hints at a whole new chapter in Isabella's life.
A wonderful Historical Fantasy
I truly love these books. Isabella is one of my favorite new heroines. She is a smart, capable defender of humanity and a woman who excells in both espionage and alchemy. Her relationships with her friends, the way she navigates both historical and fantastical problems and brings attention to inequality is wonderful. I love the magic of this book, but the deeply developed protag is my favorite aspect. Her thoughts, her emotions and her actions all reveal a woman who will not be dissuaded by any enemy--be it sexism or nazi wizards! Very cool concept, thrilling and well done.
I really enjoyed this trilogy!
I simply ADORED this Trilogy! This have me wanting another slice of history! It was like a roller coaster ride of vampires, warlocks, wizards, Nazism etc! It definitely makes me wish history was this thrilling and living through it! I never thought of a combination of Vampire Nazis and witchcraft and spirits and all that goodness would go so well! Escobar’s Trilogy did that for me; It was excellently written and well thought out! If you haven't read it yet, start from Part 1 of Alesha’s The Gray Tower Trilogy! You will love this and not regret it! You can actually visualize the events in your mind; as an artist, I was in total awe!! I might have to re-read it again, it is THAT good! I don't think Twilight stand a chance on this! I wonder if there's a movie in the works; I'd like this to be in a movie somehow or a graphic novel!!