- File Size: 1198 KB
- Print Length: 280 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: SilverStone Books (December 4, 2010)
- Publication Date: December 4, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004F9P8Z4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,636 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Harmonics: Rise of the Magician (Harmonics Series Book One) Kindle Edition
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Coming to the apex of the action, the book just ends. Right in the middle of an action packed scene, no warning; it just... ends. No resolution, no answers. Nothing. Just promise of a sequel. Wait, what?? It almost feels like the authors wrote a longer novel, decided to break it into two shorter novels, and just randomly picked a spot to "pause" the story. An unfortunate, frustrating spot to stop.
I wanted to give it 2 stars, but that's not fair. I liked the story, the creative ideas, the writing. I was just so mad at the (non-) ending that I can't give it a great rating. I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt because I think the sequel will hold a lot of answers and will be just as entertaining as this was. But if you're going to release a stand-alone novel, I feel that you should at least include SOME resolution by the end. Cliffhangers are fine by me, but this is ridiculous. 2 1/2 stars (but I will probably break down and buy the sequel sooner rather than later).
The authors, Colin Earl and Chris Snelgrove give this explanatory note at the beginning of the book which really gives you an idea of how this book, and the others in the series are going to be laid out. "Harmonics, Rise of the Magician is the first book in a series told in a style that moves from character to character, story to story. This style of writing intertwines many different plot lines, character interactions, and perspectives to give the reader a braod view of this incredible tale." That sums it up really well, so forgive my use of their own words in my review if that offends you.
I can't wait to read the sequel, it's one of those books where when you reach the end of it you find that you are hooked like a fish at the end of a fishing pole, and you'll find yourself wishing for the sequel like the fish longs for the water it was just pulled from.
This is a fascinating and exciting story and you'll WANT to read REVELATIONS!
The authors created an excellent "world" in Rise of the Magician and didn't bore me to death describing it. Instead, I learned of it through the actions and interactions of the characters. I liked the characters (except the ones who were supposed to be hated - yep, they were nasty!)! There were so many things I still wanted to learn about the characters and their world, that I couldn't just let Samantha and Richard ride off into the sunset on that motorcycle and move on to a different story.
The authors are re-editing REVELATIONS and then it will be every bit as good as this one!
Most recent customer reviews
Saw a little repartition in some chapters
Spoiler alert, The book leaves you hanging at the end, with the intent to...Read more