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Sanctuary 12 (Fallen Gods Saga) by [Malpass, T.W.]
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Book 1 of 3 in Fallen Gods Saga (3 Book Series)
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  • File Size: 3375 KB
  • Print Length: 411 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sericia (April 17, 2013)
  • Publication Date: April 17, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CF4FJYG
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This was an interesting book- and I mean that in a good way. In England, Russia and the United States there is a small group of people who have never met but are nevertheless intrinsically linked. Each are gifted (although most of them would say cursed- for good reason) with a singular and different power from the rest. They have hidden these talents all of their lives, trying to be "normal" but those days are gone when a bizarre and otherworldly man starts paying them visits. Murderous visits that leave innocent people dead and members of this group on the run. When they finally come together in an old mansion in the English countryside they will find out that any kind of normalcy they have managed to eke out over the years was an illusion. They have never been- nor will they ever be- normal. In addition, the being that has guided them, willingly for some and unwillingly for others, to this mansion has a message. They are to come together in an effort to save the world.

The first book in this series made me think of the television series "Heroes" in that the first few episodes were spent introducing us to each of the characters- what they could do, what their lives were like and their increasing desperation to figure out what was happening to them. Eventually they began to meet one another and formed a group. This book is similar. We meet each person and travel with them on their journey to join the others. The author did a very good job of showing the confusion, fear, anger and unhappiness that each character lives with as well as their intense feelings of isolation from everyone around them. Each character is one of a kind. Some are helpful, nurturing people. Some are borderline sociopathic. One of them is still just a child.
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The beginning of the story is more like several short separate stories, but this is to give you a really good feel for each individual character and their backgrounds. However, it does just seem like random stories, although they are really interesting stories. until T.W. Malpass finally brings everyone together and you finally discover what (or who) connects them all.

I can't wait for the next book to see how well this group of strangers pull together for the big battle against Mr. Cradleworth.
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This has to be one of the most interesting book I have read! I love how each chapter is devoted to one or a set of characters. The story is about a group of people and one dog, who are drawn to one another by a little girl. They all have special gifts and each has unfortunate things happening in their lives. Why is everything happening? There are answers to be had, you need to read the book. I truly believe every page in this book is necessary to the development of the story. The characters are well written and come alive in the pages. T. W. Malpass has written a book that is well worth you time to read. I can't wait to read the next book in this series. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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Whereas I was interested in the book when I started it, the illogical convolutions of the tale left me plodding to the end. Its OK as a read and the descriptiveness was good. I couldn't relate to the characters. It needs some editing as the author seems to think Arizonans use kms rather than miles on our signs. No a big difference, but one that bothers me a bit.
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In Sanctuary 12 (Fallen Gods Saga), author T.W. Malpass introduces the readers to a dark world filled with dark characters. From the impeccably dressed Mr. Cradleworth, to the patchwork creation named Clover that was born from the mind of a man going mad, and last but not least - terrifying flying creatures dropping vehicles on top of buildings.
Who is going to rescue the planet from this group of baddies? Nine strangers with different latent powers that they are just starting to discover. A sculptor who not only creates, but heals with his hands joins up with a blind woman who "sees" how people are going to die by mere touch.

Jerrico (whose imagination is vivid as well as deadly) meets with Barnes the dimension hopping dog and his "owner" Stuart. Stuart is a telekinetic, which is very helpful when you are confined to a wheelchair.

This is just part of the gathering of unlikely defenders of the planet. They are formed and led by a young girl, Celeste, who also happens to be in a coma.

If you haven't gotten the idea that this novel is a collection of total misfortunate misfits (I know misfortunate isn't a word - but it should be!), then there probably is no convincing you.

This novel is the first in a series. Most of the novel is dedicated to building up the characters, which had me guessing the entire time as to how they would meet up with each other.

Malpass does a great job with the setting and the characters, but the plot seems to take a long time to develop. The blending of horror and science fiction is a bit confusing to me, but I trust that this author will go into more detail on that angle in future books.
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