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Inferno Of Life Paperback – October 10, 2010
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The characters were distinct and likable. The ending was a bit over-telegraphed (those who've finished the book will likely nod your head about when the minor point in the middle of the book becomes the only solution in the end, except it was extremely heavily pointed out, am I right?)
But even a few weeks (and novels) later, I distinctly remember Dargon, Matt, Silof, Richard, and the rest of the gang.
I remember them because they ended up being memorable, distinct characters that were worth the interest.
I also like the refreshing twist of having an ending that's actually an ending, rather than some heavily foreshadowed precursor... of something to come... that will be in the sequel... blah blah blah.
This is a worthwhile standalone book!
1) I liked the book and think other readers probably will too
2) The book read fluidly without excessive errors or rampant poor phrasing/wording
3) I will/would read more works from the author
That's 4-stars in my estimation.
The main thing that drove me insane with this book though? The author is horrible at consistancy. Mainly with numbers, this is a war, a war has armies and the author cant seem to make the numbers consistant. At one point it goes from several thousand, to maybe five hundred to i believe 1500. Near the start of the book the enemey is said to have hundreds of mages but by the end that number diminishes for NO reason.
HOWEVER, keep in mind its free, so for that its a good deal.