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A Vow of Glory (Book #5 in the Sorcerer's Ring) by [Rice, Morgan]
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  • File Size: 3277 KB
  • Print Length: 210 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: May 2, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CMR10LW
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,837 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By D. McCartney on June 15, 2013
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The author states that she is writing for the 'young adult' age range, and she is right. If you are an adult you probably will become disappointed as you read this series. Although the story line is enjoyable and kept me on the edge of my seat, there are numerous flaws that eventually got really irritating to me, such as: typos, particularly the use of the wrong verb tense and missing words; the characters are too 'unreal'--they rarely eat and frequently go for days without sleeping, and most battle wounds just sort of disappear; the stories tend to skip from high point to high point, with little substance or detail between, making the characters and environment seem too unreal and flimsy; many of the battle scenes are described in identical phrases, like they were cut and pasted from an earlier battle; and the 'books' are too short, close to novella length--easy to read in 4-5 hours. The books read like they have been written too fast, without enough care. Having paid for these books, I am disappointed that the books have so many problems that would be easy to fix, as if the author believes that the 'young adult' group doesn't deserve a quality product for their money. I don't think these 'books' would ever get published except electronically. And this is a big problem with electronic publishing--there is no editorial oversight.
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After reading the first book of this series, the unusual story line and good character development drew me in. My only complaint was that the book was not complete (even for one in a series) with none of the sub-plots even wrapped up. This complaint continued until book 4 which seemed to do a bit better on providing closure on at least some of the sub plots, so I decided to go ahead and get book 5. Right back to the same issue.
The bigger problem, however, is that the character development has virtually stopped and the story line is becoming increasingly repetitive. The hero manages to get out of one crisis just to jump into another. Every time he has run out of options and is about to be killed, he finds his magic again and uses it to get out of the spot he is in. Seemingly intelligent characters repeatedly do very stupid things. Everywhere anyone goes there are new and different monsters and there is no consistency in flora/fauna anywhere on the planet. I realize this is fantasy, but even in fantasy there should be some kind of underlying consistency.
This is NOT a "series", but separately released chunks of one very long book that does not appear to have any end (I see that book #10 is on its way). When I read a book, or even a series, part of it is looking forward to how everything resolves itself in the end, but for this series, apparently there is no end.
As such, I will not be buying any more Morgan Rice books.
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The characters were great. The land layout is well done. The Silver and legion very well done.(Though the 100 days is just plain silly.) But there is only so many times a character can be at the verge of death and miraculously escaping you can take. There is only so much misery I can put up with. This is the last book I will read of this series!Why do authors think their characters have to always suffer inhuman sorrow and pain? Why do authors make their characters IDIOTS!! This story would be so much better with more realistic battles and challenges. Almost every conflict and battle in this book had the heroes fighting against impossible odds. What a shame this series had so much promise but I just can't take it anymore!
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I see all these reviews about misspelled words and poor grammar and it blows my mind, Why isn't the first review on the page warning parents about the graphic violence? The unnecessary brutal attacks on women? THE RAPES AND NEAR RAPES?!?!?!?!? I am a father of a young girl and I wouldn't let her anywhere near this junk. Some self esteem issues Ms. Rice?
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I started off liking this series but after reading this latest book, I am throwing in the towel. After 5 books, we are no closer to the end than we began and still many more questions remain unanswered.

Instead of reaching some closure in each book, it feels like a soap with no conclusion to any of the parts.

Add to that the bad decisions made by both Gwen and Thor highlight the lack of leadership each has and the inability to quickly close this story.

I give it 2 stars for the initial story but leave it at that. I won't be buying the other books due to lack of foreseen value.
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This book literally made me want to throw my kindle across the room. I'm tired of the characters feeling something they have never felt before or unlike anything they have ever felt. Also, every important throw they have to make is a perfect shot. Can't they miss once? She literally takes a whole paragraph and starts each sentence with the same word. Also, the soldiers seem to carry a full arsenal of weapons on them at all times. Morgan Rice took a beautiful story line and ruined it with her elementary school level writing. The plot in this novel is stupid. The character choose to suddenly go with their bully brothers or believe Andronicus is good? It's stupid. Don't bother with this book at all.
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