The Finest Creation

The Finest Creation They were the Finest Creations mystically forged creatures of perfection sent by the creators to aid the Fallen mankind during their mortal existence Though they resemble ordinary horses they are high

  • Title: The Finest Creation
  • Author: Jean Rabe
  • ISBN: 9780765308207
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Hardcover
  • They were the Finest Creations mystically forged creatures of perfection sent by the creators to aid the Fallen mankind during their mortal existence.Though they resemble ordinary horses they are highly intelligent, capable of communicating telepathically and completely moral They are assigned to bond with individuals of great potential and then protect them from harmThey were the Finest Creations mystically forged creatures of perfection sent by the creators to aid the Fallen mankind during their mortal existence.Though they resemble ordinary horses they are highly intelligent, capable of communicating telepathically and completely moral They are assigned to bond with individuals of great potential and then protect them from harm while guiding them along a path of virtue.This is as it has been for years unto creation but when a young Finest is separated from its mentor before it has been invested with its assignment, the result of an ambush by evil forces bent on corrupting men, the young equine accepts the charge of two orphans to its care not realizing that man s potential may rest in their future And that the path forward is already being diverted by an evil mastermind whose manipulation of court politics and affairs of state might instigate a new dark age upon the light of civilization.The Finest Series combines elements of Mercedes Lackey s Valdemar series with C.S.Lewis s Narnia for an inspiring tale of mystical intrigue and the crucible of morality for mankind.

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    About “Jean Rabe

    • Jean Rabe

      When I am not writing, I toss tennis balls to my cadre of dogs My house is filled with books and dogs, you can smell both when you walk in the front door It s a good smell.I have 36 published novels and am currently writing in the mystery genre My latest mystery, The Dead of Winter, was a finalist for the Clay Award and is the first in the Piper Blackwell series.I live in a tiny town in the middle of Illinois that has a Dollar General, a pizza place with exceedingly slow service, a veterinarian good thing, eh , and train trackslots of train tracks.



    140 thoughts on “The Finest Creation

    • Love the concept. It’s well written and beautiful. However it’s quite slow. Half way through the book, and the main characters still don’t know their mission or have any insight into their persuers yet.


    • Dude, it's got sentient horses. As if it were possible for me to not read that.Definitely things made me go "Meh," but a few things that were very cool. Like the physical description of the main Finest Creature character.It was one of those deals where I was reading along, and happy the Finest MC had caught up with what I had figured out on page, I don't know, fifteen. (Which isn't anything to be proud of; I was just ready to see how he figured it out.) At the same time, you have all this Real P [...]


    • The cover says this book was like a cross between Black Beauty and C.S. Lewis, but a far more accurate description would be C.S. Lewis meets Mercedes Lackey's Valdamar series. With strong religious undertones, the story follows the adventures of Meven and his younger sister Kal as they journey from the temple to their cousins wedding. In this world, the five good gods created the Finest, special creatures with magical powers that take on the guise of horses to shepherd humans that are worth savi [...]


    • This is actually the second time I've read this book. I remember absolutely loving it the first time, but I confess that this time I was underwhelmed. I had a strong sense that it would make a good book to read aloud, but I thought the characterization was less fleshed out and the writing was a little more stilted than I like when reading fantasy. I appreciated the characterization of the Finest, but I'm not sure having a horse as a shepherd is the best method, since they can't follow their char [...]


    • This is the first book in the Finest Trilogy. I picked it up not knowing what to think, but I'm glad I did. It almost as if C.S. Lewis had rewritten Black Beauty. A Finest is a protector of humans and Gallant-Stallion has been sent to guard his first charge. But when his mentor and his mentor's charge die, Gallant-Stallion must save his charge's life from the evil hunting them.


    • This book was different. Rabe has a very good writing style. She pays attention to detail but doesn't forget about her characters or her story line. It was a good story. If you love horses and/or fantasy then this book is for you. Once you get into the story, it becomes a real page turner. Stick with it and I think you'll enjoy it. I know I did.


    • A slow start, was worried that I wouldn't be able to get into it, but eventually it grabbed me. Somewhat telepathic horses, though not normally in touch with their specific humans. Did remind me of Mercedes Lackey's Valdamar books, but still a good one on it's own, as the first in a trilogy.


    • In the book "The Finest creation" was about a horse made by god and he has fallen into to mankind. Now the stallion, a prince and his friends must travel to the kingdom of the king, however there will be many challenges ahead and evil will be leaking to hunt them.


    • slow going at first, but before you know it you are pulled in. On the run with Meven and Kalantha following twisted paths and trying to survive.




    • A few things that made it not perfect, but overall a super enjoyable story and a very good writing. I'd say a must read for horse fans and a must read for mystical animals fans.




    • This is another book/author I found on a Fantasy Book List. I liked the story and how the animals can be guardians over the people. Good vs Evil.



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