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- Publication date : October 9, 2015
- File size : 3800 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 442 pages
- Publisher : Kiralynn Epics (October 9, 2015)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B01401BXD2
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,112,443 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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One thing I have enjoyed about her books is the Villians... they are real people... this is not a series with an omnipotent evil that the protagonists simply follow a train of continously epic events to a preordained "impossible win" ... the villians are confident, yet they have lost before, so they question... when they win it is because they plan... they think they scheme and they sometimes fail and keep going anyway... all the "admirable" qualities we want in our heros are also in them... they even sometimes do a good deed (even if not for the best of reasons)
The Heros to, are flawed... they also PLAN and FAIL and they also get back up and keep going... and sometimes they choose badly based on fear or anger or greed or even love... this book shows all this and more... it shows true people in fantastic situations...
The writer has taken us here to Erdhe by reminding us of us... Azinger has woven a tale of Majestic Epic Fantastic... Humanity... and I am glad to have experienced it... Other reviewers will let you know some of the characters (of wich there are many some strong as steel some rusted yet with hidden means) and the various plot threads (again alot all well woven together like the finest of silk) the places you will go (all realized to perfection) but Azingers biggest accomplishment in my mind is bringing us back to being us... emotionally engaged and wonderfully enthralled... a Must read...
The characters were wonderfully believable, staying true to themselves, and often making surprising choices, placing themselves in unusual and difficult situations. Heroes and villains alike were intriguing and *real*, making mistakes and questioning their own decisions. Even the lesser characters had depth to their thoughts and feelings.
If you love fantasy, then I highly recommend this series to you. The Battle Immortal brings the saga to an exciting climax, weaving together all the adventures that have drawn the reader in throughout the previous books. The writing pulled me in and refused to let go right to the very end. I know this is the last book in the series, but I truly hope there are more stories to come from the land of Erdhe.
I'd noticed this saying in her previous books, this one it just felt so overused, at one point, on a single page, this sentence appears twice! Plus once the page before, and again the page immediately after. It took me right out of the book, made me start wondering how many times it appeared, if I should start researching this term's use in language. It bothered me enough that I'm still thinking about it 2 days after I finished the book.
Apart from that the book is a fine closure point to the series. Wrapping all the threads up felt a little rushed, but I've yet to read a multi-book spanning story that I didn't feel was rushed at the end. I always want to spend more time in that world.