Divided Serenity (Divided World Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The further I read into this book, the harder it was to put down. Chapters are brief, with each one telling the story from a few select range of characters – whether from inside the city of Aterra, or outside in the warring Shadowlands. I enjoyed the fight scenes which were very descriptive and some were actually quite graphic! John Tanis, leader of the Shadowlands I believe is the best written character who I found very life-like. I could see his attire, his movements, his expressions and feelings. His past relationship with Bill Bremmer, Aterra’s current president seems to be an interesting one, and I can’t wait to read more into it in the second book of the series.
Thank you G.L. Cromarty for creating this awesome world.
The story moves at good pace with intrigue and adventure mixed well with development of a nicely complex universe and character set.
Can't wait for the next one
But there is also futuristic high-tech, some left unexplained for now and some explored in more detail. The writing is particularly impressive on these topics, anchoring Divided Serenity firmly into the SF genre rather than fantasy.
The characters take on life as 'the plot thickens'; the narrative moves to different places and focuses on different members of the large cast, using some of their memories to add more and more detail. Not quite every piece has fallen into place satisfactorily by the end of the novel so I'll welcome the next in the series from this new writer.
This is an impressive debut novel and I look forward to the sequel.
My thanks to TBConFB for this copy