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- Print Length: 262 pages
- Publisher: R.A. Sears (June 5, 2014)
- Publication Date: June 5, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KTBDQL0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,464,272 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lunacy (Ragnarok Legacy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Kacea just wants to finish high school and get on with her adult life. She’s smart, quirky and has a good group of friends that she can count on. She’s been crushing on Jynxx since middle school, and it seems that fate has brought them together. Their chemistry is off the charts, and melts the pages without being too explicit or hurried. Kacea is a strong female character, who knows what she wants and can stand on her own. Jynxx is a character that falls into the ‘tall dark and handsome with a tragic past’ but this is expanded and doesn’t fall into the trope territory.
I love the take on werewolves here, and the werewolf mythology that’s presented. Speaking of mythology, the subtitle of this book is The Ragnarok Legacy, so there’s Norse mythology intertwined with the world of the wolves, Kacea’s seemingly human world and with the addition of vampires it’s certainly jam packed with supernatural elements, but it doesn’t get cluttered. Everything works together and blends beautifully. I’m really interested in where this story goes as it ends on a cliff hanger (con #1). There is a novella that bridges between book one and book two. Book two isn’t out yet, so I’m going to wait somewhat patiently for it.
My only complaint about this book is the sheer amount of characters presented. It’s got a massive cast, both main and support and what I like to call mainsupport (those who are support, but have more of a storyline than the support cast normally do.) At times I had to stop and figure out who was who, making sure I had the right characters in the right place. I have a feeling that these characters will be important down the line, but it was kind of intimidating at times to have so many in the book.
This author doesn't write stories, she paints them, and I hope we will have many more from R.A.Sears
My favorite character is Connor and Gavin because they are by far, the most descriptive characters in this story. Connor seams very appreciative and respecting towards Kacea, but Gavin has a much bigger agenda planned for her. I am curious to find out more about Jameson as well since he caught my attention as a character of interest. My least favorite characters were surprisingly Kacea and Jynxx. It felt like their story was forced together in a rushed succession of emotion rather than a slow build-up. I was also a little uncomfortable with the way that everyone was so calm, instead of riled up by everything that they are hit with.
In my opinion, I would recommend this story to those who enjoy paranormal and mythology genres. I enjoyed reading this first installment, but found it rather difficult at times to understand what was going on due to the insanely quick pace. I generally like fast paced novels, but this one is a little too quick to be of significance and justification to certain aspects of the story. The actual scenes are very descriptive and easy to read. The characters are interesting; however, the story lacked full history between how all of them, humans and supernatural fit in to the point of the story. In order to effectively have an idea of what the purpose of the is, I felt like this story should have explained more about how everyone connects into the major issue brought forth by the mythological elements. Instead, I was confused. I am not sure if this concept was what the author was aiming for, but I would have to give it three stars because of these observances. The story is creative and I look forward to reading the second installment of the Ragnarok Legacy series in hopes of a little more understanding.
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