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Thread Slivers (Golden Threads Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I wasn't sure what to expect when I first picked this book out, but it definitely pulled through as a good read. I enjoyed it immensely and it was one of those books that I couldn't put down, and then couldn't wait to get back to after I did. I was even more blown away when I found out that this is the author's first book, and so I can't wait to see what's next.
I love the blending of science fiction and fantasy, combining two of my favorite types of books, as well as the references made to our world. The world in which the story is set is very well made, well thought out and detailed. Furthermore, the author tries to keep certain aspects (geograpy, politics, population, etc.) very constant.
I know that certain aspects of the characters and the story-line seem a bit wishy-washy and confusing at times, but there IS a method to the madness, with it all coming together and making sense by the end of the series.
I definitely would (and do) recommend this book, as well as those that follow!
The story flowed nicely and the characters are exciting(Duke is a gasser)and express emotions usually not found in lot of works. A few dry spots in the beginning while the author sets up his universe, but over-all it's a tough book to put down.
This isn't the only series I'am waiting on sequals(Weber,Deprima,Hicks,Daems, to name a few), but such is life.
Warning! Book 2 does a rather abrupt switch in genres to science fiction. Since I happen to enjoy both genres, it didn't stop me in my tracks. If you're a purist in the fantasy department, do keep reading when this happens. You'll be glad you did. The author does a creditable job of blending the two, without losing the fantasy elements. Not easy! Congrats, author!
I love the way nothing in this world is automatically explained like some teacher lecturing a student. you have enough hints to figure it out for yourself and what is explained is done within the plot without taking anything away from the excitement. and leeland that WAS THE WRIST CLIFF HANGER OF ALL TIME lol and I'm not just talking about the ending everything was just starting to fit together like after a really hard jig saw puzzle starts to fit together and the you find pieces missing and realized you spent all that time putting it together. I WANT MY MISSING PIECES LOL. if anyone is looking for a excellent book this is definitely worth it I'll definitely be getting the next
It ends on a total cliff hanger, which I'm not generally a fan of, but I understand. It's really one book chopped in three I'm sure (as seems to be the norm these days). I have a difficult time reading a book and waiting a couple of years for the next, so I'll wait till the entire trilogy is done before I take on the second entry.