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- Print Length: 354 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 20, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0758QQ1X1
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,386 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved reading this novel. Devoured it, really, as fast as time and little ones allowed. As a writer who focuses on world building, that's typically what I look for in other authors. Chris did not disappoint. Not only do we see a detailed surface to his world, but there is a depth to it underneath hinted at that makes the story that much richer. His characters were three-dimensional, well written, and draw you in within just a few sentences of their introduction.
It is always a pleasure to find new authors to read, new worlds to explore. I am glad that I have found this one and look forward to many more stories from Chris Fox.
Ernie Laurence, Jr.
Author: Islands of Loar: Sundered
It is a pretty fun concept, made all the better by Chris Fox and his well-developed and engaging characters as well as a storyline that is at the same time thrilling and exhilarating. The story moves at an incredible speed, and there is so much exceptional detail, the dialogue is masterful, and although there are elements from some different stories I can think of (such as J.S. Morin’s Black Ocean Series), there are very few books that come to mind that combine Magic and Technology so completely as this series, or do it as well.
The main story starts with the main character, Aran, awakening with no memory, nothing, to be told that he has been mind-wiped and is now the property of some slavers. He makes a pact with one of the other slaves, and through a series of events, they end up under another Slaver called Nara.
Through another series of events, Aran and Nara end up with a Major of the Confederate Army, aboard her ship, ‘The Wyrm Hunter’. They are all that stand between the Krox, and army of Void Wyrms and a planet full of people, as well as possibly the future of the galaxy.
This is an exceptional story, incredibly action packed, with the most amazing storyline, it is part thrilling, part terrifying, with the combination of Magic and Technology mixed in this unique hybrid that creates this story that you will just not be able to put down, with characters that you will be become very engaged with.
This is just a sensational thrill ride, and should not be missed.
I don’t know if I should feel ashamed or wtf ever for enjoying this total popcorn fest as much as I am. Like, I know at its heart it’s totally a SyFy kinda series...but who cares? Friggin spell cannons and mining dead gods and dragons and — like, haha. WOO!
The writing reminds me of Sanderson-lite. It’s like if you read a Star Wars novelization or those Resident Evil novels? It MOVES and the characters carry just enough weight and slack to cling onto.
Anyway, I’m in. Like, let’s do this. Hopefully the books get a little denser as they go, and hopefully this universe isn’t abandoned anytime soon. The thing’s just cool.