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Worlds Collide. Enemies Unite. Heroes Fall. As the last battle draws near, Chase’s confidence is shaken from losing Zeus and Olympus. As tensions arise between Chase and those in his group on how to proceed next, he cautions against rushing to Erevos against everyone else’s wishes. Meanwhile, the Emperor is tasked to reclaim the Gorgar home world with the help of Ryonna, Tar Worlds Collide. Enemies Unite. Heroes Fall. As the last battle draws near, Chase’s confidence is shaken from losing Zeus and Olympus. As tensions arise between Chase and those in his group on how to proceed next, he cautions against rushing to Erevos against everyone else’s wishes. Meanwhile, the Emperor is tasked to reclaim the Gorgar home world with the help of Ryonna, Tar’Lock, and Keera. But they soon discover many things have changed since their last visit. Arakan returns to his home world, overconfident that he can take on anyone that’s standing in his way. But something dark is looming over Erevos; a malevolent force that will stop at nothing to get what it wants.


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Worlds Collide. Enemies Unite. Heroes Fall. As the last battle draws near, Chase’s confidence is shaken from losing Zeus and Olympus. As tensions arise between Chase and those in his group on how to proceed next, he cautions against rushing to Erevos against everyone else’s wishes. Meanwhile, the Emperor is tasked to reclaim the Gorgar home world with the help of Ryonna, Tar Worlds Collide. Enemies Unite. Heroes Fall. As the last battle draws near, Chase’s confidence is shaken from losing Zeus and Olympus. As tensions arise between Chase and those in his group on how to proceed next, he cautions against rushing to Erevos against everyone else’s wishes. Meanwhile, the Emperor is tasked to reclaim the Gorgar home world with the help of Ryonna, Tar’Lock, and Keera. But they soon discover many things have changed since their last visit. Arakan returns to his home world, overconfident that he can take on anyone that’s standing in his way. But something dark is looming over Erevos; a malevolent force that will stop at nothing to get what it wants.

30 review for Into the Fire Part I

  1. 5 out of 5

    The Mysterious Reader

    Christian Kallias’ Universe in Flames has been an incredible ride and now, in its ninth (and second to last) book, Into the Fire Part I: Requiem of Souls, that ride is finally approaching it’s ultimate destination. As implied by its name, this is the first half of a two part finale. The size of that finally is an indication that not only is the series going out with a bang but that this will not be a simple bang but rather it will be a nuclear bomber sized explosive bang. Everything is on the li Christian Kallias’ Universe in Flames has been an incredible ride and now, in its ninth (and second to last) book, Into the Fire Part I: Requiem of Souls, that ride is finally approaching it’s ultimate destination. As implied by its name, this is the first half of a two part finale. The size of that finally is an indication that not only is the series going out with a bang but that this will not be a simple bang but rather it will be a nuclear bomber sized explosive bang. Everything is on the line for our hero Chase in an incredible plot full of thrilling action in which he and his friends and allies are taking on a virtually indestructable enemy from another dimension with the fate of the universe hanging in the balance. Anyone up for some fun with Greek and Norse Gods, Magic, mythology and Sci Fi somehow blended together into a surprisingly good fit? If so, this is your book. Readers who have been following along will not be disappointed by this book 9. It’s easily five stars of wonderful. Newcomers should beware though that this book presumes a lot of back knowledge. You only need to look at the kindle blurb, incomprehensible to the newcomer, to see how dependent on the prior books this one is. So go back, preferably to book 1, and start a new, incredible, adventure that will ultimately lead to here.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Anderson

    I'm not quite sure why I'm still reading these. There is an ongoing story here, which I suppose is a hook. Other reviews have praised the characters. I can't, because they are all the same person. All are angry, all intolerant, all hasty of thought and action, all, in fact, intemperate hotheads. All speak with the same voice, although how a Swiss of Greek extraction has become addicted to American Midwest dialogue beats me. There is no attempt, as far as I can tell, to provide distinguishing cha I'm not quite sure why I'm still reading these. There is an ongoing story here, which I suppose is a hook. Other reviews have praised the characters. I can't, because they are all the same person. All are angry, all intolerant, all hasty of thought and action, all, in fact, intemperate hotheads. All speak with the same voice, although how a Swiss of Greek extraction has become addicted to American Midwest dialogue beats me. There is no attempt, as far as I can tell, to provide distinguishing character to any of the many races introduced over the ten-book story arc, which is the worst failing here. As to the rest, well, the story seems to proceed from one Moon/Earth/solar system/universe shattering climax to another. There are nods to family issues, all usually resolved by a saccharine moment either following or preceding an enormous action sequence involving vast forces generated in some mysterious way by 'aura'. No real character development occurs past the point where any given character accedes to incredible individual mental or physical prowess or gives in to the principle characters' pleas to become good, or denies them to become more evil. All in all this is about as cardboard as one could imagine space opera at its worst, beating E. E. Smith by many miles. I might read the last in this story arc, I might not, many better ways to spend my time beckon. I certainly won't try any more of the authors long sagas, it's not worth my time. I suspect the author does have it in him to write good work, he does write after all. But these are not that work. Yet. Best of luck Christian.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michael Keller

    Combine Sci-fi Space Opera with Mythology and epic heroes, toss in an enviable ability to bring life to the characters and add in the descriptive, realistic combat action sequences and you have 9 books of the Universe in Flames Series. This is the first book in the series I've read, and I had so much fun with it that I've acquired the first two trilogies to catch up! Combining mythology with sci-fi is brilliant! This is one of the best concepts for an epic tale that I've read in ages. I only wish Combine Sci-fi Space Opera with Mythology and epic heroes, toss in an enviable ability to bring life to the characters and add in the descriptive, realistic combat action sequences and you have 9 books of the Universe in Flames Series. This is the first book in the series I've read, and I had so much fun with it that I've acquired the first two trilogies to catch up! Combining mythology with sci-fi is brilliant! This is one of the best concepts for an epic tale that I've read in ages. I only wish I had started at the beginning, but that's easily solved. My next review will be of Earth - Last Sanctuary, book 1 in the Universe in Flames Series. Brilliant writing, good research and the ability of a master storyteller made this read unforgettable and hugely entertaining! Give it a try and, trust me, you'll not be sorry.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Inger

    I loved it! Wow! This puts the Gods in a whole different light. Fantastic good guys, fantastic bad guys, fantastic good guys that used to be bad guys. I'm new to this series but so far I'm really enjoying it. A unique plot and well written. It reads smoothly and at a fast pace with tons of action and a few twist. I recommend this story for all ages and can't wait for the next one. Thank you Christian for a fantastic read. I loved it! Wow! This puts the Gods in a whole different light. Fantastic good guys, fantastic bad guys, fantastic good guys that used to be bad guys. I'm new to this series but so far I'm really enjoying it. A unique plot and well written. It reads smoothly and at a fast pace with tons of action and a few twist. I recommend this story for all ages and can't wait for the next one. Thank you Christian for a fantastic read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    John Elias

    Superbly operatic. The Norse God's couldn't have done better. A ten book series is always started with trepidation. Is it going to go stale with constants character growth, too much of a plot change making the ending completely out of character. Which is extremely difficult. Too many clues given or so few the surprise seems faked. This has been an awesome read the characters seem realistic the emotions not forced. All together a compelling read. Superbly operatic. The Norse God's couldn't have done better. A ten book series is always started with trepidation. Is it going to go stale with constants character growth, too much of a plot change making the ending completely out of character. Which is extremely difficult. Too many clues given or so few the surprise seems faked. This has been an awesome read the characters seem realistic the emotions not forced. All together a compelling read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    Tensions rise between Chase and his group. Another book from this author to keep you intrigued and leaves you impossible to put the book down. Loved it and received an ARC. Important to me to review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    A great read! this is book 9 in this series and still going strong!! Plenty of action and attention grabbing in this book I had a fun time reading it kept me going until the end the only problem is now have to wait until the next book comes out!!!! Well worth reading the series

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Sparks

    What a kick ass battle I have come to love the series. The characters are great. I can't wait to download the final book...and yet at the same time I am so sad that the series will be over!!!! What a kick ass battle I have come to love the series. The characters are great. I can't wait to download the final book...and yet at the same time I am so sad that the series will be over!!!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Pete Coulter

    Great read full of action from start to finish. The end left you wanting to read more. looking forward to what is to come next. The complete series has been great and can't wait to see what the next book will bring Great read full of action from start to finish. The end left you wanting to read more. looking forward to what is to come next. The complete series has been great and can't wait to see what the next book will bring

  10. 4 out of 5

    DAVID

    Wow Well the fun has really hit the fan lol. Well things seem to go from bad to worse but Chase and the gang will prevail with the help of Yanis and Gaia. Really Looking forward to the next episode.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Richard T. Kotomori

    Victory is elusive The saga continues, death of friends and enemies continue, new alliances are formed and a greater evil is found. Chase discovers more secrets from his past. This episode ends with the discoverer of a new enemy.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tony O'Meara

    Action! Action! Action Pure action and adrenalin. Not the most complicated of plots but if you are looking for straight action then look no further. Best of all the author is not afraid to kill off the good guys, makes it more realistic. Can't wait for the finale. Action! Action! Action Pure action and adrenalin. Not the most complicated of plots but if you are looking for straight action then look no further. Best of all the author is not afraid to kill off the good guys, makes it more realistic. Can't wait for the finale.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Levi Jennings

    OUTSTANDING Very well written. Part 1 of into the fire 🔥was better than expected and it clarified some relationships, such as the one/s that exists between Chase, Argos and their father who had not appeared in previous books. I look forward to reading part 2.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mark Whalley

    Fighting Furies This is a very interesting story melding mythological figures to fight in an interstellar war against the Furies. Although a few of the of these Furies fight alongside these figures.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ken Robson

    Continuing the UIF series, Chris and crew are gearing up to confront the supreme commander and free the others. Loads of action and a few twists in this penultimate book in the series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rick Rider

    See the review for Book 1 in this series

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jimbo

    Great book in the series - I would recommend this book to anyone interest in Space Opera with a twist. Great twist in this volume. Started reading book 10.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Aklarry

    Getting close With great anticipation we are about to reach the end of these stories and also regret to reach the end of the journey. Hope the end is as good as the journey

  19. 4 out of 5

    david taylor

    what a great read cant wait for number 10 part 2 which i have just learned will be in January 2018

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lois

    Great Another great story in the Universe in Flames series. I can't wait for book 10 to see how the fight continues. Great Another great story in the Universe in Flames series. I can't wait for book 10 to see how the fight continues.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    Awesome book Christian Kallias done it again ! Another outstanding book that will keep you on the edge of your set. When the book ends it will leave you wanting more .

  22. 4 out of 5

    Charles T Beckman

    Amazing writer Great story teller.Am slowly working my way thru all her writings. Also recommend all her books to friends who enjoy sifi

  23. 5 out of 5

    Peter R Johnson

    Not now ... Can't stop to review. Gotta get book 10 NOW and find out how the heck this all comes out. What a ride ! Not now ... Can't stop to review. Gotta get book 10 NOW and find out how the heck this all comes out. What a ride !

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mary Christine

    TWISTS & TURNS! I have never read any books like these. The excitement, tension and thrills that are ongoing are unbelievable. The multiple stories that are ongoing throughout the book, each with their roller coaster rides are captivating for this reader. I am enjoying the heck out of these books and am diving into the last one in this series now.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Terry L Myers

    PExcellent the second time I took some time to re-read Damocles Fall, which is part of the #10 book series Universe In Flames, a dynamite series written by Christian Kallias. This novella fleshed out a character that is a genius, among several other things. .His name is Spiros and like many geniuses, he is, at times, a hand full for his superiors. I suspect that he is not the only one of the so-called secondary characters that is doing whatever they can to get their own novella. I have also enjoy PExcellent the second time I took some time to re-read Damocles Fall, which is part of the #10 book series Universe In Flames, a dynamite series written by Christian Kallias. This novella fleshed out a character that is a genius, among several other things. .His name is Spiros and like many geniuses, he is, at times, a hand full for his superiors. I suspect that he is not the only one of the so-called secondary characters that is doing whatever they can to get their own novella. I have also enjoyed

  26. 5 out of 5

    john farmer

  27. 4 out of 5

    peter

  28. 5 out of 5

    melvin hector

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michael D Kirchner

  30. 4 out of 5

    Randolph Skotarczyk

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