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- Print Length: 312 pages
- Publication Date: July 24, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008OXJJYS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,755 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Guardians: The Fallout (The Guardians Series, Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The story is not absolutely terrible (thus 2 stars instead of one) but the writing IS terrible. Poor grammar, horrible spelling, and use of the wrong words show a basic lack of English and writing skills. Characters are all dialogue but no depth. Main character is completely insipid and irritating.
It's not all bad, a part of me wants to know how the story ends, so every now and again when I have nothing else to read I cringe, spend the $4 or $5 and buy the next book, read it for a bit then when I can't stand it anymore I go read something else. However I do think they are very over priced for amateur novels. My best advice is to save yourself from my torture and avoid starting the series altogether (sorry I'm probably too late for most of you!). Could suit young teens and those who can look past the terrible writing and poor character development to an imaginative storyline.
But this author seriously needs to get some people to proof read for her.
The whole goal of the first book being free is: The reader loves the book so much, they go ahead and BUY the next book(s) in the series.
But within the first few pages, I regretted buying this book. The grammatical errors are AWFUL! Did this author even HIRE an editor? If so, she needs to get her money back. Nearly EVERY PAGE had an error.
How do you go from SAMSON STRING to SAMSUNG STRING, and continue on like that? I would be humiliated if my book was released with an error like that!
Not sure if I'm even going to continue this series, even though I am curious as to what's going to happen next.
Otherwise, this is a really great storyline. Interesting, keeps the reader hooked and wanting more and it delivers that "more" right away. A very satisfying plot.
Things I was hoping for after reading the first book: improved grammar and spelling. It got worse. See the "Samsung String" review. Improved character writing. Nope, still don't care about Emmy. Her and Marcus' story, that is going be this big, world altering thing is anything but that. I end up rooting for other characters rather than them. I get the feeling why the Sage sees it as so bad and dooming is because there is no real connection between them, and that it's so badly written.
Also there are plot holes. I had no idea Julian was at the angels' house. I mean I guess I remember the book saying he was there. But there's no mention of him being there until Marcus confronts him. I figured if hes even cooperating he'd be mentioned lurking about. Especially if Emmy is there. There were a few times was a character written to have left the scene but then two sentences later I guess they haven't because they're speaking. I suppose everyone can Blink and Glide.
I did finish the book, hoping and praying that I didn't waste $5 until the very end. I did.
But then I realized I can get a refund and did just that.
P.S. I am going to call it now. Emmy is the triplex they're looking for, and the only way for the Guardians to win is for her to die. Which causes Marcus to go dark and blah, blah, blah.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has a lot of twists and turns,I recommend reading this whole series, you would really enjoy them.Published 4 days ago by Colette Mowbray
I enjoyed reading this series. The books have a good story line, though it does get repetitive through the course of the series.Published 11 days ago by Jessica N.
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