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Posted July 11, 2011
Dark Fantasy Done Right
A wonderful tale of what one man will do when not the whole world, but HIS world, is on the line. For the entire series, the only thing I can complain about is that The Escapement is very short by comparison. All in all, this series doesn't disappoint.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 16, 2010
Kidding me?! o.O
I burned this. I didn't get far until I knew this sucked. Not to be rude to the author, but this didn't really make me anymore intrigued. To much thought and A LOT less talking. I was going mad because there was just () a lot of the time and mostly the characters thinking in their minds. Why the heck would you have your characters thinking mentally? Why not speaking a loud or something?
Including that there was to many people to keep track of, also when you don't have a map on the front page before the first chapter. That would help out a lot. Tell about where places are, also would help when you REALLY don't know where the bloody characters are at. How would anyone know where the different people are if they arn't given some type of map of the world and different countries. :/
Not sure if a author would waste his time looking at feedback but, this would need a make over because it doesn't even have a whole lot of emotion. I was pretty bored when I was at pg. 50 and I burned it after pg. 115. When I read other books I had a usual laugh here and there in a book. I had none in this, even in a book about betrayal and devastation there should be some humor, even something small place would make it worth while.
Eh, I'm no author but, I wouldn't make a book without some comedic parts.
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Posted November 30, 2010
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