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NPCs are people too!
on February 2, 2015
Out of the three TERA E-books I've read so far- this one is definitely my favorite.
The story was presented in a well-thought and evenly divided space between past and present, and unlike Fire and Ice deals with a more-or-less common vet.
Out of the other books I've read thus far, this one in particular focuses less on the Argon War and the Federation, and more on the soldiers and the huge race-schism that is heavily implied-in game. The main character is very easy to relate to, even if he's not necessarily a saint, and you sympathize with him and his situation.
Bridget McKenna breathes life into the often forgotten NPCs that make up the world of Arborea, which I thought would have been very difficult to do; but she's managed to make it run smoothly, keeping in-game elements, and in-game humor along with it.
It's a good, short read, and definitely worth the ninety-nine cents I forked over.