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- Print Length: 99 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1944985247
- Publisher: Lavish Publishing, LLC; 1 edition (January 17, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 17, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MS45ZK2
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This is probably one of the hardest reviews I've done in some time since it's hard to not give away key elements in Rosinanti and this one. Just as the title says this truly is about the decimation of Casid and we get some interesting new characters in this novella plus small mentions of characters in Rosinanti. The main focus is on Nevick, Deana, Mitchell, Michael. Have to say Deana is my favorite from Casid.
Casid has no knowledge of what's going on around them but soon it's literally at the door knocking to the peaceful people of Casid. Let's say they are doomed from the start but these characters story is not done by any means. It's just the beginning for them all to see what true chaos is likely to come for them.
Though only 58 pages there is quite a bit packed into this short story and everyone should see how Casid falls.....I look forward to the next installment in this series.
The new characters are a delight and I hope that we will see them interacting with the main cast once Wrath of the Faithful comes out. Am I the only one who wants to see a Thor vs. Iron Man type fight from Valentean and Nevick?
The Duzel brothers injected some humor and heart into the story, and I found myself worried for them during the events of the finale. Deana is a sympathetic and relatable figure, and the poetic beauty found in her arc was not lost at me. And Nevick...well he's just pure unadulterated BAD@$$! A stoic hero with a heart of gold who has some amazing one liners!
The familiarity of the Skirlack demons was a nice way to tie this story into the events of Rosinanti, and it was nice to get to know Aurax a bit more, as his role in the first book was limited. I hope to see more of him in the future! The three mercenaries were also excellent antagonists, walking the line between comic relief and threatening villains.
I'm impressed with Kevin J. Kessler's ability to tell a complete story in only 60 or so pages. In a very short amount of time I understood who these people were, and I cared about their story and what happens to them. As always, Mr. Kessler's imagery and action sequences remain second to none!
Wrath of the Faithful needs to come now....like seriously right now!
If you are like me and flew through the pages of book one and cannot wait for book 2, Rosinanti: The Decimation of Casid (A Rosinanti Novella, Volume 1.5) is a great way to learn more about Terra and the people that live there.
You can probably tell from the title that Casid has a very bleak future, it is the way the folks that live there come together that makes for such an awesome story.
This novella focuses on Nevick, Deana and Duzel brothers, and occurs at or around the same time as book 1.
For a short read there is a ton of awesome stuff in here.
I will be anxiously waiting for book 2.
There are some new characters within this short, but complete story. Each one is a strong character and they bring humour to the story, which is something I enjoy in a paranormal book. Whilst I loved all the characters, even the baddies, I obviously couldn't relate to any of them, purely due to the fact that's it is fantasy, but I did like them.
It's very hard to write a review for this novella because I believe it would be a spoiler for book two if I gave anything away now, however I can tell you that I absolutely loved the story. It had me hooked throughout. I read it in less than an hour, but it is a short book, 58 pages.
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