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The Aeolian Master Book One Revival
     

The Aeolian Master Book One Revival

3.9 29
by John Northern
 
It could have been considered a whirlwind event, but it was more like a hurricane of circumstances and political intrigue that brought him to the Galaef. No one at this level of government would take an interest in the myth of the Aeolian Master, unless there was some nefarious subplot lurking just below the surface. But why had they involved him--a nobody from an

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It could have been considered a whirlwind event, but it was more like a hurricane of circumstances and political intrigue that brought him to the Galaef. No one at this level of government would take an interest in the myth of the Aeolian Master, unless there was some nefarious subplot lurking just below the surface. But why had they involved him--a nobody from an insignificant planet?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011104961
Publisher:
John Northern
Publication date:
09/18/2010
Series:
Aeolian Master , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
360,001
File size:
607 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Doctor of Chiropractic

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The Aeolian Master Book One Revival 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 29 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read for relaxation. This book gave me several hours of it. Thanks. PS: Bought book 2.
retiredsc More than 1 year ago
I was on edge the whole time wondering what will happen next. Can't wait until I read book 2.
Michael Van Nattan More than 1 year ago
Plot has issues. I found myself more interested in the Galactic Swordman than in Em. The books namesake had very little character development while some of the other non-critical characters had a significant amount. I ended up skipping pages of the archane details of players introduced in last half of the story. Maybe i will regret it, but it isn't likely. Other than that minor detail, the story has been very engaging and hard to put down. Definitely a good read.
Tyler Lampert More than 1 year ago
Pretty good but some flaws in the main character and storyline. Beggining through mid-ending good, but didnt like the ending.
Wayne Taylor More than 1 year ago
Very unique idea - once i started reading i just hsf to keep going to see whaat came next. I will definitely be buying the sequel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very enjoyable. A fun and interesting book with good character and fresh story ideas.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First, this book could easily lose 40% or more and be much better paced, and for overall pleasure to read. The scene with the "Run", for example, should have been exciting and fast-paced, but was dragged out way past the point of tedium. The author needs to do a lot more research on how government bureaucracies run, and how the military operates. Also, the Galeaf was inconsistant in character, and should definitely not have been treated as a politician, but as a benign dictator. I would further recommend that the author read up on effective leadership techniques to better write for the leader of two million worlds. Also, the primary character is just a little too far-fetched. Tone him down and he would be alot more believable. And all these super-athletes just showing up willy-nilly stretches believability past its limit. So, okay read, with too much detail, poorly researched, and deus ex machina'd past believability.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The summary was quite misleading since the story was mostly about Ben than Em. There was not much character development and some parts just seemed to go on and on. I ended up having to skip many of the sections whie rolling my eyes. There were also a lot of minor gramatical errors, so small that some may not notice but it got to me after seeing these mistakes over and over again. I did enjoy the many plot twists. That is what kept me reading till the end. Otherwise, this was a good book. I read it to the end but I am not sure if I am going to continue the series. I recommend this book for boring rainy days.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The characters are shallow, the action is tedious, and there are abrupt changes in action that are horribly confusing. This book would be better if it lost about five hundred pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting but just a bit too much "Good Luck" for characters. One whole section could be a separate short story. Lot of action but seemingly one sided and predictable. That said, I enjoyed this book and would not have any qualms about reading any books that may follow.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thiis is far too long and seemingly written for young teens... but not so much for adults. There is way too much repetition and zero subtlety.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Psychiatry and psychology are evil scams run by greedy for revenge .
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lots of action, believeable characters. Good job John
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book introduces the reader to a vast future with an intriguing history. Unfortunately there are also many typos and grammatical errors that tended to break the immersion. Well worth the read for free, but I was not interested enough to pay for the rest of the series.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great read and I cant wait for the next to come out
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2labz More than 1 year ago
Ugh. Harkens back to the bad old days of misogynistic scifi with the bosomy babes on the cover screaming as the bug-eyed monster looms and the hero with his sinewy thews approaches to rescue her. Badly plotted, badly written, and not even worth what I paid for it - which was nothing.
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