- File Size: 700 KB
- Print Length: 78 pages
- Publisher: DeadPixel Publications (January 2, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 2, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01A3XYUW2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,321,671 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Terminals book two: Regression Kindle Edition
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I believe I have just found the best super villain in a book!!!! Ugh!! The Balrog! So evil and terrifying and BA but in the wrong kind of way!! I can’t help but go out of sequence for this review because this new character is another amazing surprise from Thomas Cardin. I’ve explained before that he’s the kind of author who has a very close relationship to his characters, but it never occurred to me that he’d connect with such a villain!!! As a writer myself, I recently just experienced the emotional throes of being so connected to an extremely evil villain for the first time, so reading this second Terminals book cut pretty close to home for me because I could directly relate to Cardin between the lines.
So, the Balrog. No spoilers, but you will be terrified of him due to his “birth of a villain” origin. I had no idea what I was reading at the start of this second book until about the third chapter featuring this monster and I realized that I was witnessing the beginning of a horrific character and fell head over heels for the Balrog. Unlike Tolkien’s demon, Cardin reveals to the reader what it is like to be inside the mind of a sick bastard-turned-monster as well as the extent of his abilities with gruesome results. Let’s just say teleportation and heat go a long way when picking off your enemies. I really hope the Balrog remains to the very last book, because second-hand villains that are working for a master are usually more intimidating because we see them first hand despite the limitations of working under a boss’ boot. As much as I hate admitting it, the darker side of me admires the Balrog SO much I don’t want him to go out with the bang of the climax in the ultimate finale rather than the other option of being smudged out in the next book (that’s not confirmed, it’s just a theory).
Other than that, the plot gets much more intriguing in this second book because of further theorizing of who Destiny and Cronus are and Jill’s relation to the Balrog.
On to number 3.
Highly recommend for anyone who loves extraordinary stories and super heroes! I can't wait for the third book!
I loved it just as much.
The characters are fleshed out even more and you really connect with them. Especially Jill.
I won't give out any spoilers, but you're going to be on the edge of your seat reading this!