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Teleosis: A Novel of Trauma & Transformation

5 Star Review



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Editorial Book Review:

By Shawn Brown


In "Teleosis: A Novel of Trauma & Transformation," Amy Vogel tells a compelling story about human perseverance, grief, and redemption. This action-packed fantasy is an exciting journey that skillfully blends aspects of the strong feminism of The Gilded Ones, the bittersweetness of The Secret Life of Addie LaRue, and the exhilaration of Divine Rivals.


The narrative centers on Inira Boehme, the High Priestess and Supreme Ruler of Teleosis, a lady who was once on the verge of greatness. But her hopes are dashed, and she is left to reconstruct her existence from the remains of her once-proud society. Vogel skillfully writes Inira's trip, giving it a strong sense of contemplation, passion, and mystery.


Two decades later, when Inira is offered the chance to restore what she lost, the story takes an intriguing turn. Her background is revealed by an enigmatic stranger who offers redemption—but at a hefty price. The storyline develops into a sophisticated investigation of fate, sacrifice, and the intricacies of the human condition.


Vogel deftly handles Inira's character's ambiguities, giving rise to an intriguing and accessible figure. In addition to fighting outside foes, the protagonist must also confront her own inner darkness. The writer explores the complexities of trauma and metamorphosis, presenting a woman that has to face treachery, long-standing enemies, and covert plots in order to defend her values.


Rich and evocative world-building in "Teleosis" transports readers to an antiquated society on the verge of disintegrating. The capital city and its environs come to life thanks to the author's skill at description, which also gives the fantasy setting more nuance and realism.


Readers are led on an exciting trip full of unexpected turns and suspense as the novel develops. The mystery woven throughout the story keeps the stakes high right up until the very end. Vogel's well-paced action sequences and thought-provoking moments of self-discovery hold the reader's attention.


In addition to its engaging storyline, "Teleosis" is noteworthy for its examination of subjects including resiliency, female empowerment, and the never-ending pursuit of self-awareness. The story written by Amy Vogel will appeal to those who enjoy a good mix of action, imagination, and deep reflection. Fantasy readers should not miss this book since it is a tribute to the human spirit's ability to transform in the face of hardship.




About the Author

Amy W. Vogel



Amy Vogel has been immersed in stories her whole life but only thought about the power of it at age 35 when she started writing on a whim. Since then, she has become an accomplished author, speaker, and podcaster, focusing on crafting stories that bring hope, healing, and vision, whether fiction or real life.

With three published books of her own and more to come, she also helps coach others on telling their own stories. She loves learning, and her passion is to help people understand their inherent worth and goodness,

Amy actively uses social media to document life's sweet, sour, and silly. Find her on Instagram at @awvogel or FB at @amywvogel.

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