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The country of Nia has fallen to the Ancients and circumstances are grim for the humans. Kaiyer must return to the broken castle to save his friends, reconcile his past, and find a way to break the hold that the enemy agents have over the country.

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Michael-Scott Earle (P)2018 Tantor

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  • w. kelsch
  • lakeside, ca United States
  • 02-15-18

both books are depressing.

Just when these stories get good they end up depressing. I doubt I'll get any more since they are too slow moving, and I don't see any sort of happy ending that I would care about.

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Ends like a carbon copy of the first book.

I have really come to hate books that feel like they have to end with a big cliffhanger just so you can read the next book. Unfortunately despite how well this is written are usually rate based on how the book is presented and how it ends. I really like the basic premise of this book and how it is written. But the entire premise and bases of this book comes from coincidences, people passing in the night not aware of somebody else just 10 feet away from them. One or two times can be a coincidence but the entire novel is based on multiple coincidences like this. At this point I’m not sure if I’m going to read anymore of these books. I find it quite hard to read a book that just leaves me pissed off at the end of the book that’s not why read novels.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Good and bad

The narrators do not change their voice at all for any character. The male narrator is always speaking in an intense tone, and the female narrator is just terrible, and mumbles through everything. I literally had to fast forward through parts of this book because it was so cringeworthy.

The sex scenes are atrociously written and extremely bad, extremely long, and are completely irrelevant to the story.

The rest of the story is good enough to make me want to finish the series, but only just.

3 of 6 people found this review helpful

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this is complete garbage.

I wish this was good. it is not. The sex is gross. And the story did not move foward.

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  • james
  • eagle mountain, ut,United States
  • 02-01-18

this is like 18 hours of cheesy sexual fantasy

are you a 12 year old boy? Do you have cheesy sexual fantasies? If you answered yes to these questions this book is for you. there's like a small underlying amount of storyline happening underneath 18 hours of the worst sexual fantasies you've ever had the displeasure of reading or listening to. that being said I will be asking for a refund on this one.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful