- File Size: 359 KB
- Print Length: 106 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Spec Press (August 19, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 19, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MW3FFWG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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The Omega Prince (The Kingdom of Pacchia Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Outside of that issue, I enjoyed the authors voice. I liked Aubrey and Riven as characters. I liked the plotline. I liked that the alpha/beta/omega universe is explained, or at least addressed. So often it's just presented and not explored and I'm left wondering why pairing have to work the way they do. I also liked that alpha (as well as betas and omegas) could be both male and female.
There was a lot to enjoy here. Granted, the editing is a disaster and, again, it's pointlessly incomplete. At just over 100 page, it could easily have been expanded into a COMPLETE work. But I'd read the next installment if it crossed my path.
There were only a few things that slightly bothered me. First, the flow was a bit off in the beginning but eventually evened itself out. Second, some of the transitions from one character to the next was abrupt, that I had to go back and reread it. Lastly, there is a point in the book where it sounds like the author is "speaking" to the readers in regards to Prince Aubrey and it feels a bit out of place.
While you are not left with a cliffhanger at the end, you are however left with some unanswered questions. I assume said questions will be answered in the upcoming books. So, if you haven't figured it out, this series needs to be read in order.
This is a series and must be read in order. None of the books end with a resolution but there are no cliffhangers; they just stop, to be picked up in the next release. I love the characters and storyline but the proofing is non-existent and it's bad enough to detract from the story, wrong words, missing words, nonsensical sentences. It's painful to read a great story that's written with such carelessness but I'll keep reading as new installments come out because the story is that good.