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80AD - The Tekhen of Anuket (Book 3) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B008AETNGA
- Publication date : June 10, 2012
- Language : English
- File size : 799 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 194 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,387,999 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I felt this was a four mainly for some improbabilities within the story such as the final battle and the intervention of a few gods at the end. It's still a good story and worth continuing the series. You will enjoy it^^
The author pulls a plot twist, which makes sense upon reflection but I didn't see it coming. I like the old Roman that is introduced. The author's version of Thor is....interesting. I can see him throwing down Boilermakers and listening to Black Sabbath.
This is probably the strongest title so far.
6,979 locations long, so not short at all. Apparently, the entire series is going to be free. Frankly, this is too good to have the entire series be free. The author should get paid for her work. Easy to recommend.
Edit - from now having seen the author's website, I realize that I am way, way, way past the intended age of the audience. Still, fun to read for adults also.
I really enjoyed reading these, both the gaming aspects and the historical aspects. They are written for young adults, but I think they can be good for people of any age. The history is from a period that I like, and what I checked was accurate.
Especially recommended for people who like F&SF, RPG's, D&D, SCA, etc. (translation of the acronyms if needed: Fantasy & Science Fiction, Role Playing Games, Dungeons & Dragons, Society for Creative Anachronism)
It really does not help a book or movie. This is a good adventure series and keeps me wondering what is around the corner of the next page.
The characters learn about sacrifice, loyalty, and friendship. Most of all, the characters each learn about themselves and what makes them special and how to use their own strengths and improve short comings. Something we all need to do.
A lack by the editor in the proofreading of these stories is my only complaint. Hopefully that will be corrected in future editions. Perhaps the book was written on the same devise as this review, in which case, the writing errors are easily explained. lol
Enjoy this fun filled, quick read series of stories, and tell your friends about them!
My wife and I refer to books like this as "mind candy" and that seems to describe it to a T.
Not high art but a lot of fun to read and follow along with the main characters.
The author does a nice job of making the characters engaging so you care about what happens with them and want to see what they have to deal with next.