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Shadows: Book Two of the Nightlord Series Kindle Edition
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Yes, that's right - you heard me correctly. People who want short books - shut up. Sit down. Some of us love LONG books. Some of us love reading about the mechanics of canal systems, and magical physics, especially when they're told with such enthusiasm. So there. :P
There's a lot of profound philosophy hidden away in these books. I love that, too.
The plot seems lost with fillers taking the place of the actual story, almost like there was no overall plan and the storied developed from just what ever random event the author thought up. Lots of things made no sense he wakes from what seems a short time to him and doesn't rush to see his wife but rather stays with some other woman ?
The book was also far more preachy than the first. UGH, Couldn't finish it gave it a good try and far more hours than it deserved
So much of this book is meandering that it's easy to lose interest. I don't mind a slow buildup, but this isn't really buildup so much as ramblings by the main character. For longer books like this, you expect some decent world building or at least a complex plot, but both of those are extremely underdeveloped.
The MC is also ridiculously overpowered. The book loses a lot of the tension when it seems like there's nothing that the MC can't overcome, and he just keeps getting stronger.
It also doesn't help when the MC turns into a preachy ideologue. That was the point that just made me stop reading.