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Invincible (A Centennial City Novel) by [Jameson, Fionn]
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Length: 360 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 701 KB
  • Print Length: 360 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: April 9, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CAWDQZ2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,047,374 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I began this story interested in the emotionally-damaged, Ninja-like assassin heroine, Ran. The storyline and world was plausible, and the heroine's rather stilted narrative I found sort of charming, as though English was not her first language, and she was used to thinking and expressing herself rather formally.

However, and it's a BIG however, the many, many mistakes caused the story to grind to a jarring halt over and over again. Some were little, like homonym errors, and some were words that were CLOSE to what they mean (i.e., "he will LOPE the head from your shoulders"). Far worse where the passages that made no sense at all. For example, "Vampires are strong. They are strong like a bear is dangerous. Strength-wise, they are strong..." Reminds me of a recent news headline, "Man Killed to Death." Just awkward.

Also troubling is the heroine's shifting points of view. You get that Ran's fiercely loyal to her Fellowship and never questions her duty. She's very repectful and proper. Until this story. She suddenly goes off on her own, for reasons she can't explain to herself (but might have to do with the fact that the sort-of hero is "beautiful."). She ignores a direct order to return to base. She becomes a wise ass. She allows others to influence her thinking. It didn't jibe with what we know of her so far. A beautiful man smiles at you, and your granite heart melts to goo and all your kick-assery goes down the tubes. And sometimes, the character's conversations were awkward and made little sense.

Lastly, and this just might be me, but has anyone noticed a trend in books featuring kick-ass heroines who kick-assedly kill vicious monsters, have reputations as the most skilled fighters around, but then are easily defeated in the fights they're in now? WTF?
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Won copy of this book thru LibraryThing:The title for this book brought to mind many questions about being invincible. What would you do for this strength? What would you risk to be invincible? Who would you trust knowing you're invincible? To be perfectly honest I thought the author did an awesome job using honor as mantra and exploring different kind of vampire lore. I thought the characters were honest, emotional, mysterious, and dramatic. I will definitely look forward to more of this author's work.
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There's so much adventure and action in this story. Ran is put to the test when she's given her lone job. She's spent her entire life living up to what's expected of her. Her well laid plans are shot to help, literally when one man bent on revenge turns the tables on her. The characters are realistic and have the reader hanging on while they battle, contrive, conspire, blackmail and run from one disaster to another. Promises made are promises meant for Ran and nothing stands in the way of fulfilling them Great read. A little editing is needed but it doesn't distract from the story.
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