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The Stone Warriors: Gabriel Kindle Edition
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- Publication Date : October 30, 2018
- File Size : 2002 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : ImaJinn Books (October 30, 2018)
- Print Length : 266 pages
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07J4GLPHC
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #134,581 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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What troubles me about that is, this is not specifically Raphael's story...not in a main character kind-of-way. This is Gabriel's story and by extension, Nick's, as that Warrior's past Master.
I don't have issue with the titular head of the book, Gabriel, being saved by Raphael. In fact it was a rather inspired twist. I do admit to a bit of a disappointment at Gabriel's lack of "hero-presence" in the entire process. Everyone, including Hana seemed to usurp his abilities, and dare I say, sometimes his competence. However, I can cede to the concept that he was in the midst of a huge readjustment to a very new world with a very old personal battle and all that would entail.
I don't have issue with the continued hatred between Raphael and Nick. Its obvious why for many reasons, both historical and personal. And its often downright entertaining. But again, I couldn't help but feel that Nick came off as less-than; in general, but certainly beside the power that was Raphael. In a ViA book, that might not confuse me, but in a Stone Warriors book (spin-off notwithstanding) I expect those characters to take point.
Don't misunderstand. This was a compelling, suspenseful, masterful and highly recommended power-ride. It just wasn't where I personally anticipated the power would reside, nor was the vehicle itself driven by those I anticipated. This was more of a: who-got-shotgun. Still, I do love the possibilities for the ViA series that this journey into Raphael's little-explored powers has opened up. And I hope the future battle for Sorcerer/Stone Warrior supremacy continues to stand alone. Because Sotiris is a formidable, dark foe. And that little foray into whether the power of good can be twisted by quest into that which is no better than the power of dark, is an intriguing aside while simultaneously being totally story-worthy in and of itself.