- File Size: 1688 KB
- Print Length: 330 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1517796571
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Chris Fox Writes LLC (October 30, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 30, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B015HKPGNI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227,876 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I purchased the next 2 with actual cash money. Enjoy those 2 lattes i just paid for , Chris.
I'm halfway through this final book . I wanted to write a review for either the first or second books which i have actually finished, but this book has the fewest reviews and THE WORST title (not that i could come up with anything better). So i wanted to bump it.
I am big into fantastical stories that have internally consistent magic systems. Kinda like... Mistborn or the Brent Weeks books.
I guess "balance" is the key. like some super elaborate paper scissors rocks system. that way, its less deus ex and more resourcefulness of the characters that solves problems. this story has that.
I love Finger prints of the gods type stuff , para-archaeology . Like how Engines of the God started. Stuff is so ancient and yet so advanced everything we thought we knew is flipped! Who were they!? this story has that.
I also like, parallel mythology that crosses cultures. like why do these 2 remote places have the same creation myths or whatever?! oh crap same real life phenomenon!! this story has that.
The author puts a new spin on some very well used themes weaving a lot of things together skillfully. The scope of the story is pretty big. And there are a lot of references that I get. He ties in a lot of themes. Also i think the author is a programmer and i think that sort of object oriented thinking leaks into his writing.
I am a terrible writer , i even cringe thinking how poorly written this review must be. This new author isn't terrible , and this series is worth a shot if you like stuff like me. My commute time and the pages of this series have just melted away. i look down sadly as my kindle progress % creeps up way too fast. and i resent that each book is shorter (less dots on the kindle home screen) than the last.
anyway, well done Chris Fox. I hope like Hugh Howey or Andy Weir or John Scalzi , you can quit your day job too.... and get a movie deal someday.
Trevor is the best.
Chris Fox wraps up his monster trilogy with his take on Vampires, which fit perfectly into his well-crafted mythos and will grow on you like a pointy set of fangs!
If you've followed the werewolves, and the zombies, you will not be disappointed with this third book in the series! Osiris rises!
Also that Commander Jordan guy is awesome, he needs his own series....