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The Swords of B'ajj: Truthseeker Paperback – September 19, 2011
From the Back Cover
Long ago, five nearly indestructible swords were created by the mysterious B'ajj. The first of these swords, Truthseeker, falls into the hands of Bart Taylor, an ordinary teen with ordinary ambitions. After inadvertently saving the beautiful Erin McNamara from her would-be kidnappers and vowing to protect her, Bart is drawn into a conflict on another world that could bring a vicious overlord's wrath down on Earth. In the face of a colossal battle, the magical sword could be the key to the safekeeping not only of Erin, but of an entire solar system.
About the Author
The idea for this series of books came to James as a teen. He dreamed of having swords like this and imagined what it would be like to own such a sword. He decided that he should write down his ideas and thus the journey began, and now the time has come to share with others the travels of The Swords of B'ajj. James lives in Lincoln, Nebraska with his wife and three children.
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I had a hard time buying into the characters. There was little to no back story on what made the characters tick. Ok - why did he act a certain way? What happened in his past that caused him to make the decisions he does. Not a huge drawback since the story is pretty good, but could help me relate a little more.
Also the pacing to me was a little fast. There is so much packed into one story that I didn't feel enough depth was given to certain events. The secondary characters had their own personalities, but didn't seem flushed out. They were too "generic".
Ultimately a good book, and the things mentioned do not take away from the story too much. I would go ahead and give it a read.
From what the author said, there will be a few more books. I can't wait to see what Bart & his friends do next!
My kids (9 & 11) are also anxious to read it!
Read it! Enjoy it!