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Voiceless (Voiceless Duology) (Volume 1) Paperback – June 13, 2017
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About the Author
E.G. Wilson grew up on the adventures of Bilbo Baggins, those Pevensie kids, and the Swallows & Amazons. Further inspired by Sherlock, Firefly, and Tolkien’s Legendarium, she turned her hand to writing stories of her own and has never looked back. Introduced to National Novel Writing Month in 2012, she has completed the challenge every November without fail. Wilson lives in South Canterbury, New Zealand. She loves mountains, hates broad beans, and never wears matching socks. In high school, Wilson was voted Most Likely To Re-Write The Lord Of The Rings by her classmates. She thinks The Lord Of The Rings is just fine the way it is.
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The writing itself is good. The author's voice is well suited to the genre and I think if s/he could get some editorial help making a cohesive plot, there'd be quite a good book here. Addy is likable and though I found there were too many useless characters to keep up with, the world itself is interesting. I found the odd naming conventions a little distracting but that could just be a cultural thing. I think some were titles but it was never made clear to me.
It does tie up this books main plot point.
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Author: E. G. Wilson
Review: The opening to Voiceless was pretty good we meet Adelaide...Read more