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I truly like to read this book Science Fiction Fantasy. Read the best Testimonies from our people. The Father ends up in flames, forcing Meri and Senya out into a snow storm running for their lives. Thus begins the tale of Senya, a prince created to be king of a planet but tossed aside until his twelfth birthday when Lt. Taner, a Royal Guard detective is sent to retrieve him. It is unclear to all whether Senya is the product of something good or something evil, but in either case, it is very apparent that he is something more than just Lydia Kalila's son. Note to readers: This title contains graphic language, sexual situations, and some violence.
It is not intended for children or young teens. Reviews Review Policy. Published on. Flowing text, Google-generated PDF. Most keenly, I noted that the men spoke of their women solely as those who handled domestic chores. I also note that there are some editing errors. Feb 18, Jane rated it it was ok Shelves: Kindle freebie on Another book I acquired as a Kindle freebie and yet again I have to ask myself whether the author has really had the necessary proofreading and editing done before publishing this work since it feels kind of incomplete and The idea, the thought behind the story is awesome and I adore it BUT I don't think the execution does it any justice.
We have this awesome new futuristic world some 10 light y Kindle freebie on We have this awesome new futuristic world some 10 light years from our planet Earth with the people Karapta and Mishnese who aren't like humans, but on the other hand kind of are just like us. I don't really know why these nations are fighting, what makes them so different other than the colour of their skin and why they can't stand each other in the slightest.
There's simply too much left unsaid! The other thing that kind of bothered me, was the fact that this rather short book has soooooo many characters from whose POVs the story gets told and it's actually quite easy to mix them up. I guess I wouldn't mind it so much when there were more than one or two chapters from their POVs and I would've really appreciated it if there had been something from our hero's POV as well because we frankly don't really get to know him.
But on the other hand I think I got a pretty good look at his character - he has all these powers, but in his heart he's a good man who will not hurt others without reason.
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On the one hand, I appreciated that we get to see Senya both in his childhood, in his teens and also when he's already a young man, but on the other hand, I feel as if this book was a bit too short for so much action. I've been waiting for Chute's continuance of This Plague of Days since October - sinking feeling he's not going to release the rest in the near future.
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The poor nun who was forced to give the Priest oral sex, the priest tries to rape six yr old Senya. I have no idea what the hell a "speeder" or many of the other terms she used like 'vid' and the obvious British chav slang or something that was the Mishnese that Senya spoke in - just gonna assume it's a car although they do have planes and stuff like that - seems more technologically advanced than Earth. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book.
Or actually, "action" is the wrong word here since we don't actually see a lot of these things happening, rather we read about them having happened.
On the plus side, I felt that the author got a hang of her own story the more she had written and therefore the later chapters were better than the first ones and by the end I was actually quite intrigued about the next book. However, I'm not quite sure whether I'm ready for it unless the second book's execution catches up to the great idea. I am definitely not ready for that. Especially after I had a glimpse at the blurbs for the next couple of books.
The Days of the Golden Moons by J. Naomi Ay
This review was originally posted HERE. Ok, first I want to start with the negatives, simply because I like starting of that way so we can end on a happy note. I mean come on real that sucker in. There is a lot that happens in this book, and mayb Ok, first I want to start with the negatives, simply because I like starting of that way so we can end on a happy note.
With all that we come to know and all that we come to understand there are still so many questions. Each chapter is someone different, though not always a different voice. Sometimes we move forward and sometimes backward but the central focus is always Senya. I mean he is pretty magnificent, he is apparently great to look at and he has magical powers, and weird feet. We are getting to know a boy without ever getting in his head but we never really get to know him very well. Overall the book is very entertaining and each voice we hear, is different and unique to that person. I just hope that subsequent books will help fill in some of the blanks.
I find it very difficult to decide whether I liked this one or not.
Narration style, plot and characters seemed to sort of clash sometimes. The story starts in an orphanage and focusses on a boy of mixed heritage, Senya, who is placed in this orphanage as a baby, and continues to describe his life until he is in his mid-twenties I think.
Each chapter of the book is told by someone who had dealings with Senya, the first chapter by the sister who saved him from the orphanage, then by Taner, a sold I find it very difficult to decide whether I liked this one or not. Each chapter of the book is told by someone who had dealings with Senya, the first chapter by the sister who saved him from the orphanage, then by Taner, a soldier from the Royal Guard tasked to find the boy, by friends, uncles etc etc. Although I found this narration style extremely intriguing, it was also confusing at times.
Add to that that on the one hand, the wording was very simple, on the other hand, it was very crude really, was there a need to be that vulgar? The boy's heritage is made clear in the following chapters, and the reader gets enough clues to guess at it at quite an early state. The book concentrates on his early years through his teens, then all of a sudden, it rushes through the story to the end of book one, as if the author ran out of writing space or time, and decided the book had to finish.
We are talking about easily 10 years out of Senya's life that are more or less summarised in a haphazard way. I liked the plot as such, I liked some of the narration style, but it did, in my opinion, not fit in with occasionally with the part of the story unfolding in the relevant chapter, and I hated that rushing through at the end. I am really not sure if I want to read the second one in this series. Jun 09, Az rated it it was ok. I got a copy of this story in exchange for a real and honest review: First thing I wanna say is that this book wasn't my cup of tea so The story started in such an interesting way and truly griped my attention.
I wanted to find out more about the two different "types" of people and learn more about what happened to the main character. But after a while the story took a huge drift and landed really no where to be honest.
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It was impossible for me to even get a half a page done without having t I got a copy of this story in exchange for a real and honest review: It was impossible for me to even get a half a page done without having to skip some really "weird" parts or re read the previous page because things got a little hectic. I guess over all there was a potentially good story, but along the way I feel like the author made some bad choices regarding on deep focus of further details.
But maybe it wasn't my area. I didn't like the explicit scenes at all. At time they were uncalled for and so un-necessary.