Soul; O: Crescents

Soul; O: Crescents

by Kingdon Curtis


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781535254625
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/27/2016
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Born in 1993, Kingdon Curtis lived throughout Northern California and began writing passionately at ten-years-old. In high school he began studying and writing, constantly. He has found that his writing perspective continues to grow with each new life experience, which ultimately shape his characters and stories. He is proud to finally present the first volume of SOUL; O. But this is only the beginning! He is continuing to work diligently to expand while striving to bring you the reader quality works.

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Soul; O: Crescents 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
aybee More than 1 year ago
While the way this is written may take a little bit of getting used to, it is actually rather unique when you get into it. To me, it seems to be written much like a diary, which also seems to set a furiously paced tone as well. It is an interesting take on an omniscient narrator, which I believe, works really well, especially since as the reader, you are not privy to all the sordid details at first. When you begin reading it, you are thrust into a world with different types of beings, such as vampires, casters, and witches, so it has some of the best aspects that the fantasy genre has to offer. As a main character, Jade is pretty much everything you could want. He is unsure of himself at times, angry, brave, and quick to protect or avenge, so he’s basically someone that you would like to have in your corner. Another thing that is exceptional is that the characters are introduced briefly ahead of time, in order for you to picture them in your head. This lets you see them while you’re reading about them. At the same time, one of my favorite things about this book are the number of weapons that are mentioned. If you are someone that loves weapons, the amount and the descriptions of the ones in this title will be right up your alley. In short, there are exotic races and places, lots of characters, fights, and weapons, which make the story worth reading. It is written in a way that is distinctive, is quite descriptive, and it isn’t hard to follow what is going on.