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- Publication Date: September 8, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B075H79KXS
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The story feels rushed in some areas, and drags in most of the other ones. The worst of it is the combat. I've noticed that as the fights got larger in scale in the series, the quality of the writing has gone down. Chatfield is not good at writing large-scale combat sequences, the raid of the elemental temple as well as the battle for the demons crater proved that. Once it moved to gigantic battlefields trying to track over a dozen characters at the same time, it becomes blatantly obvious. The space battles were horribly written at the best of times, and the fact that some of the characters are supposed to have real world military experience, yet, the author messes up basic terminology is very problematic.
When you write a character that is supposed to be knowledgeable about specific topics, you should also do your own research into those topics. If you’re writing about it… learn it. Otherwise, it shows.
Most of the scenes felt recycled, deja vu moments of copy/paste storytelling. The final battle was dragged out and boring and the ending had little to no impact whatsoever. Chatfield needs a better editor and he needs to stop trying to pump out these books once a month. His rush clearly shows through and as much as I am always looking for a new book to read, this comes off as more of a rough draft he decided to publish because he cared more about meeting a self imposed deadline than putting out quality work.
At one point there was a chapter where he confused the size, specs and roles of the very Battleships and Destroyers he conceptualized. Reversing the names to describe them. Even the most basic editing and proofreading should have caught this.
There was a time when I would finish one of the Emerilia books and be excited and anxious as I wait for the release of the next one… now… I find myself dreading it. I’m a completionist by nature, once I start something; I do my best to finish it. It takes a LOT for me to give up a series… this time around, I find myself finishing an Emerilia book and instead of being excited to get ahold of the next book, I’m debating if I even want to pick up Book 10. Regardless, I’m certain that if I did, if Book 10 does not show marked improvement, I would not be picking up Book 11 for a read.
Bad ghostwriting. Very bad.
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