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Entromancy or should I say Eskander takes us on a wild ride through the city fighting to just stay alive. Entromancy is filled with lots of fighting not only with hand to hand but with magic, and ceridium assault rifles with unlimited ammo as well. I really liked this ceridium, it would be an amazing thing to have with all the things you can make from it. So cool.
I liked the ragers they reminded me of zombies. Ragers are people that are infected with the rage plague; they are fast and will tear someone a part within seconds. So if you come in contact with them you better run and hope you make it out alive. They are fast and furious.
Entromancy has been an amazing journey one in which I think I would like to take again in the next book of the Nightpath Trilogy. The world building is out of this world no pun intended. If you like a lot of action, fighting and guns a blazing then you are going to fall in love with this series.
This book was a fun to read story that centered on several important issues concerning diversity, differences, and deeply-held fears. I read mostly to be entertained, but I couldn’t help but think about some of problems in terms of today’s political climate.
An attention-grabbing tale of conspiracy, hatred, and misconceptions that was easy to read, fresh, and frightening, my reading time was well-spent with this book.
Reviewed by Laurie-J
Sorry for my rambling - I get super excited and have many thoughts all at once when discussing this cross-genre tale!
For the most part I liked this book, it was really well written. Sometime it felt like the author was trying to hard to make every little thing overly detailed but not so bad where it became annoying. The plot of the story was a great idea and I really enjoyed the story. I would recommend this book.