A Leap of Fate: The Caronian Conflict

A Leap of Fate: The Caronian Conflict

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by G.L. Fontenot
     
 
Ron and Cache travel to Caron to assist the natives in their desire for freedom from the Kreete overlords. Separated from Cache at the onset, Ron must overcome space, terrain, beasts, weather, the human population, and even the Kreete to regain his partner. Peril is Ron's shadow as he plows along, forging friendships and crushing enemies in his valiant quest. In the

Overview

Ron and Cache travel to Caron to assist the natives in their desire for freedom from the Kreete overlords. Separated from Cache at the onset, Ron must overcome space, terrain, beasts, weather, the human population, and even the Kreete to regain his partner. Peril is Ron's shadow as he plows along, forging friendships and crushing enemies in his valiant quest. In the end though, fate wins the day!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044338036
Publisher:
G.L. Fontenot
Publication date:
02/16/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
408,693
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

I am a middle-aged man, born and raised in Louisiana and now living in Georgia. Married with two children, my wife and I have been together for 30 years. I've been writing for fun for the past 15 years and got serious about it in the last four. I am extremely excited about Smashwords. I landed a literary agent three years ago but he had no luck in getting my work published in the traditional way so I'm releasing my books in E-format. My niece did the artwork for the book cover of A Song for Daddy. I have a series titled "A Leap of Fate" and have released two of six episodes in that group. Episode three (Retribution) will be ready for Easter weekend 2013.

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A Leap of Fate: The Caronian Conflict 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Worth reading with a fairly interesting plot but with some major drawbacks. The way the main character gets his super powers is too convenient and a tad creepy. Many of the action scenes were tedious and too unrealistic. The author contradicts himself many times. Example: he states the shield will last indefinitely. A few pages later it has a few days till it collapses because it is old. The psuedo sex scenes are terrible. I cringed every time. Instead of reading about a full grown man, it felt like I was reading about a kid seeing a naked woman for the first time and later asking a girl out on a date for the first time in his life. The dialog was too formal and stilted. I was waiting the entire time for the characters to start talking like super heroes or anime characters. "I am now going to relieve myself. I am now relieving myself. I am done relieving myself. I shall now open the door." This was still a decent read and I will read the next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It should be noted that to understand the books you must read the preceding issue. I enjoyed this sequel also. Well written and captivating.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am really enjoying these books. Very interesting and you never know what will happen next.
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