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The characters motivations are a bit flat (evil for evil's sake), but that's forgivable seeing as how this is a comedy - it works to keep the story moving along at a good pace without bogging down in psychoanalyzing. Can't wait to read the next book!
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. In no way has receiving this book affected my opinion. All thoughts are my own. I decided to pick this book up because one; I need to review it and two; I thought it would be short and quick read. I had also planned to post this review today and I wanted to stick to my plans as much as I possibly can.
The writing in this book was so descriptive. Every object had an adjective attached to it. I didn't mind this for the most part but there were times when it was too much or where the description was weird and didn't seem to fit well.
A quick warning, this book is told in two perspectives, also be aware that they are alternating and aren't separated by chapters but rather by scenes. One thing that I really didn't enjoy about this book was that there wasn't a lot of chapters. There were a couple but I felt like there should've been more to separate the scenes better.
This felt quite similar to a fan fiction. And whilst I didn't mind it, it become quite obvious that the author is a bug fan of Lord of the Rings.
The plot wasn't too bad. Everything happened at a reasonable pace and didn't feel rushed. There was a lot of action and dialogue to keep on entertained and occupied. At some points of the book I was anticipating something epic to happen.
I never grew attached to the characters in the story. However they each had their little quirks which worked well for them and the story. I think the side characters aided the story really well. The cast of characters presented are a diverse bunch and it was interesting to see how they each threw some British slang into their sentences.
Overall, the book was enjoyable. There was never a dull moment and whilst the story did present itself as humorous on some occasions, I didn't always get the humor. But other than that, it was a delightful quick read.