Echoes of a Shattered Age

Echoes of a Shattered Age

by R. J. Terrell
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Echoes of A Shattered Age 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is without a doubt the worst book I have ever read. I chose it based on B&N referral for fans of Brandon Sanderson. The plot is mediocre at best. The characters are flat, especially the heroes. The dialogue is horrible. I don't mind the attempt at realism in how they speak, such as Mark Twain used in Tom Sawyer; however, in this book it is just painful. The worst aspect of the book, Nook e-book, was the horrible grammar in the non-dialogue sections. Books are supposed to be edited. There were so many errors, peace instead of piece, wait instead of weight; but, the worst was winded instead of wound. There were also numerous mismatches of tense. .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If only someone would have edited this book it might be a good story. Lots of detail, but a very choppy and disjointed flow. Poor grammer, missing words, mis-spellings galore, stilted language. Great descriptions of monsters, weapons, fight scenes, but the character sketches, plot and dialog were thin and obvious. I wanted to like this book and actually read the whole thing hoping it would get better... It didnt.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ninjas? Really? This is pretty absurd, and lacks cohesion. No back story either. And the dialogue is horrible.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book pulls you in and keeps you wondering what will happen next. I like to read more fantasy books and, although this was a easier read, it delivered! Its fun and exciting and very descriptive of fights that last a while which I really liked. I would recommend reading this if you are looking for a easy read that still manages to keep you entertained.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No plot
Tbkeith More than 1 year ago
Let me first say that this is not my normal genre. However I was intrigued enough to take a try and I was not disappointed. I was drawn into the characters especially Kenyatta. R.J. Terrell used the characters conversations to help describe them. It was as if I could hear them speaking within this beautiful setting. As I continued to read I realized that this wasn't just a fantasy novel there was so much more. Even as the setting changed, the descriptions were still vivid. There was action and drama wrapped up in a powerful story about the world. It is a must read!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very poorly written. So many errors it distracts from the reading of the story. I bought 3 in this series and quite frankly am sorry that I did.
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Catela More than 1 year ago
Truly well-written with a plot and characters that pull the reader in.