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Length: 288 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 746 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: March 14, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005QJRWVU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,685,522 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ramsey Isler is an author, screenwriter, software developer, and designer who lives in Los Angeles. He loves books, anything with circuits and wires, and cats.

For fiction, Ramsey usually writes urban fantasy that blends elements of science fiction and suspense. His stories feature young protagonists that are often unsure of themselves, but they find the strength to persevere when faced with extreme circumstances. Ramsey does not write traditional "evil" villains or black-and-white morality tales; he instead opts for antagonists and anti-heroes who have viewpoints and ideals that pose difficult moral challenges for the protagonists, and the worlds they inhabit.

You can find Ramsey's regular musings on his blog at blog.ramseyisler.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RamseyIslerWrites
Twitter: http://twitter.com/ramsey_isler

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By Jeff on January 2, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
I was kindly asked by the author to read "The Ninth Order" and provide an honest review. The author's book description best describes the premise of this urban fantasy story, so I will not regurgitate it here. Overall, I thought the story was pretty original and well written. The story sparked my interest from the beginning and kept me engaged throughout the book. The author kept the story moving and had a number of interesting characters besides the protagonist. I enjoyed contemplating the main moral dilemma that faced the inhabitants and being exposed to different characters, settings, magical/science devices and power, modes of transportation, animals, etc. Also, editing issues were very minor for the most part.

There were some distractions I noticed, but nothing in my opinion that seriously detracted from the book. Because this story involved numerous islands and the mainland, I think a map would have been beneficial to the reader. If there is a sequel to the book, I would suggest the author explain in more detail how the Rezernaas acquire/harness their power and what differentiates the different levels of order from one another (e.g, a sixth or seventh order from a ninth order). Without spoiling anything to the reader, it would have been nice for the author to get into more detail about how the Rezermark worked. What exactly did Ari find? How did the darkhouses actually do what they were intended to do? Basically, I think the author could have delved a bit more into the mechanics of the magic/science system of various things in a bit more detail.

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Somethings I noticed lacked a bit in realism including there being no record or map at all to any outsiders that the islands ever existed.
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By mlr89 on May 19, 2013
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Wizardry after the fall of civilization.
I was never really sure who to root for. It will take the next book to make sure the right choice was made.
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Ramsey Isler is a gifted author who has a flair for simple yet authentic descriptions. In the 9th order he portrays a regressed futuristic society controlled by a secretive group known as the Rezernaan who through deception and good intention keep there people hidden from the rest of the world. But as the world progresses they stay static one member in the hopes of protecting the islands future destroys the mechanism of this defense. Did he go to far? Where his intentions really noble? You have to read to find out but I promise you wont be disappointed in this book.

Pros:
Well written
Great story telling.
Likable characters (I especially like the twins)

Just so you know:
Way to many paragraphs at first split up my attention and made it a little harder to get into but once I did I was hooked

Disclaimer:
I was offered this book for free in return for an honest review. I decided to pay for it instead.

I found this book great and worth every penny I spent on it (all 99). And highly recommend you give it a read.
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