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The dialogue is so juvenile and just poorly written.
Setting jumps all over the place, literally. Too much flashing, popping, teleporting.
The whole powers thing actually hurt this book. Seriously, if you can float around undetected, Kill a couple super powerful with one flash of light, communicate telepathicly, and heal all wounds - there is no true struggle.
-- on that note why did the strong, stinky, ugly beings take over the earth?
-- if they can be killed so easily despite being strong, stinky and ugly (one flash of light) how are they even a problem?
The characters are basically crying, whiny, violent, children... That's just how they are written.
This book needs to be completely re-done. I won't even go into what else is terribly wrong with this book. Read at your own risk.
The hero Jurek also is called Alaric, and Alaricus...why? He's a king on his planet, yet his friend Tak constantly insults him leading to physical altercations. Um....why? The heroine Liasare has such a terrible vocabulary. She's whiny and again, completely underdeveloped as a character.
We are supposed to be on this journey with them and all of a sudden the rules in the story change over and over again. Frustrating, boring, waste of time. I'm embarrassed to say that I finished it. Oh, well I will not be reading anything by this author again. This is the first "free" book that I've downloaded. If this is what I should expect then thank you Amazon, I'll be paying for my books from now on.
This may be a book you would absolutely love. But for me, I hated it. I don't appreciate romance novels who's main characters base their relationships solely on lust and consistently forget how much they abuse each other. It's not love. It's violence.
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