The company was old. The company was weak, having lost its way. Fear holding it down. Cowardice forcing it back. Once strong. Once great. Having stood too long against the dark and ancient creatures that had existed since before time itself had formed. Leaving them. Ignoring them. Allowing evil to fester and grow in the world. Andrew remembered what had once been. Knew what stalked them. Would face the ancient and nameless monsters that no longer feared the company. Would find the secret and hidden groups of men who conspired against the company and sought the end of the world. Andrew wanted the company to be great again. Would go to any lengths to make the dark fear the members of the company once more. Would pay any price. Sacrifice his mind. Give up his life. To make the company whole once more.
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Pyrrhic Kingdom based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Definitely unique. Honestly, I don't really understand everything that happened. It was really difficult to figure out who was talking in many of the conversations, and the vast majority of the book was made up of sentences that are four words or less. That really bothered me at first, and though I ended up being okay with it (mostly because I didn't have a choice, so I ultimately decided that it lent the book a sense of simplicity and seriousness), I wouldn't recommend this book to others who don't like styles like that. Anyway, from what I can tell after reading it, this book was about a religious group fighting demon-type creatures. They also fight amongst themselves, and I think the main character may have died, but that's one of the things that wan't clear. Maybe the book is supposed to be confusing (the characters themselves spend much of their time saying "I don't know"), so that the reader can have their own idea of what happened, I don't know. But it was an interesting book, that's for sure. Note: I received this book for free through Groodreads Giveaways.