- File Size: 1794 KB
- Print Length: 482 pages
- Publication Date: November 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N0JMS6G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,279,055 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Treatise On Blood And Iron (Tales From The Storystream Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Was never quite sure which way to look, so to speak, and kept trying to figure out genre...reimagined fairy tales sort of, fantasy sort of, but no matter, quite enjoyed it and look forward to the next one. Was definitely under my 'something a bit different and then some'. Bit odd title though.
Bit of a mix up with me, read A Treatise on Blood and Iron A Treatise On Blood And Iron (Tales From The Storystream Book 1) , I thought, but had read Tales From The Storystream which is MAYBE 2, still not really sure, the writer had read the review and said he was going to do something about the title/book confusion. They are both eye crossing pay attention but did like them both, and yes went back to pull the other one to make sure they were not the same. Reminds me, a little, of the Arabian Nights type sort of never ending story line type thing.
So...All Quiet In The Western Fold (Tales From The Storystream Book 0) A Treatise on Blood and Iron A Treatise On Blood And Iron (Tales From The Storystream Book 1) and there is Tales From The Storystream 2??
NB I received a free copy of this book but my review is HONEST and based wholly on my own opinions - and I even bought a copy of it too!
It is written in the classical style of Arabian Nights. A story within a story, within a story, within a story.
It is not easy to keep all the threads in one's head, but if you like such kind of a story then this book is for you.
Personally I often read several books at once and it was a good training for this book.
I really started to enjoy it when I got into the third level of stories. A mental challenge - but fun.
I had received a free copy for an honest review - not a story for every person. Not really light entertainment - but entertaining, if you are fit for a challenge.
I loved this book. As someone who doesn't always have a lot of time to read books in one go, it is often nice to be able to pick up and put down a story and the way this book is structured makes it really easy for me to do so. You don't have to remember the back story as they are all short stories in their own right that are explained when they link back up.
I was hooked from the first interlink and each time the story grew I just got more excited. A really fun and easy read, that can also leave you with a true understanding of the consequences that can occur from decisions made not just by yourself but others.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Plenty of food for imagination.
There is a lot to think about here.
Lots of chuckles as well as tears.
I loved it, quite a journey!Read more
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