- File Size: 871 KB
- Print Length: 490 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1973101092
- Publication Date: November 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076KG388M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Lucian Sword- Casey Blane Series (Book Two) Kindle Edition
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People that know my reviews, know I focus on structure of a story, I leave the spoilers to others. This is a large story, filled with wonderful visuals and descriptions. The dialogue is well written with each character having a different voice. I find this enjoyable in a book. The story flows well with the needed twists and turns.
I found the book enjoyable, and recommend it for you to read.
With that said, I cannot give a glowing review. This book is only partially edited. It remains rife with repeated phrases, homonym mistakes, and punctuation errors, all of which, for me, just ejected me from the story. The abilities of the characters are godlike. They have everything from telepathy to teleportation to creation of matter from nothing. They are immortal vampires who like sunlight, aren't undead, and don't kill people, but still have superhuman strength and speed. And a warm body temperature. And heal magically. All of this is a serious impediment to a believable plot and also sympathy for the characters. The array of characters is reasonable, and the dialog between them flows well, though it often drags on a long time for little purpose. The first major action scene was well done, except that it ended in deus ex machina magical solution. The most immersive parts are whenever Casey scrapes for a solution by herself. I found her beau irritating. He's either smothering Casey while arguing with absolutely everybody, or he's absent (breaking his oft-repeated promise to stick with her). The bit part of Bob was very well done, and the villain is nicely detestable.
I might recommend this book to a teen, but I definitely recommend putting this book back into the cutting room for a while.