A good premise if not believable. Wimpy nerd becomes Vampire King. At least the Vampires don't sparkle. No whinny teenage love struck girls. A little heavy on the gratuities language that is not necessary. An truly intelligent author can express their story and be humorous without resorting to the Fin-himer.
There are two main male characters which the book switches frequently between... but the voices for both are nearly identical. So it is sometime difficult to discern who is speaking.
Too much whinny Teenage girl
I did the high school BS a long time ago... Really don't need to read about it again.
The main one
It had a good premise, just wrong characters and setting.
Very good read. Nothing silly like Love struck sparkly vampires. Vampires eat their girlfriends as it should be. Starts out fast... lags a little about 2/3 in, but ends in a bang.
Next thing you know they will try to sell us on sparkly vampires.
Nothing in this series/author
Any series but this
All of them
The story moved, was interesting, inventive, and the author had a clear path.
In general I don't like woman readers, the usually don't have the voice dinamics to make all the characters believable. But Carol is the exception! I will look for other books read by her.
No. Too long for one sitting.
I hated history in school. Thought this might help change my opinion... it did not.
I like listing to hours on hours of descriptions of meaningless tabors and battle flags this is your book. Get on with the story already!!!
The book has no flow, it more a less 6 different stories with no coherent connection and split up and placed in random order.
And who ever told the reader that he could sing should be flogged.
If you like long never ending, meaningless soap operas this is your book.
If you want a real book about knights and such try Ken Follett's "Pillers of the Earth".
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