- File Size: 738 KB
- Print Length: 277 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SDJ7CII
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #503,956 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
City of Steel (Chaos Awakens Book 3) Kindle Edition
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While he seems to be constantly in danger, there is something missing that doesn't make reading it captivating. The author dwells too much on crippling of the main character, that instead of giving the book a "dark" feeling, it becomes rather boring.
I was literally going yea, ok going instane, yes horns and stuff , yes whatever ok, can we continue ?
And the final confrontation is very very disappointing. I mean it read like:
Oh I'm wounded, but oh now I can just kill the nemesis and revive my girlfirend the END.
It's quite worse than the previous book, and you can't possibly compare it to the first one.
I like the character of Xand, mostly the fact that he cares about his own but not much else outside of pragmatism. The other characters are also interesting, but easy to gloss over. The only thing about other characters that stands out is the author reminds me of Dean Koontz, who also favors broken women, or women that have been put through the ringer.
The story moves at a nice pace, but makes sure to keep up the descriptive aspects of writing. There are parts where things seem convenient and easy, and that was a little disappointing, but not horribly so. The ending was happy and just a bit cliche, but I love a happy ending to a harrowing journey.
Worth the time to read, not going to be the greatest thing you've ever spent your time doing, but simple way to escape from reality for a little while.
The first of this series was the best of it from the anti hero that was Xandrith to the broken man he has become even in the hungering Noble grew and became more powerful but Xan just fell into decay that sickens me after what he started from.
I can't stop reading your pattern of despair and destruction but you must keep adding to your characters abilities destroying their minds is fine and adds detail but rotting shattered heroes are disgusting