Fall of Sky City (A New Adult Fantasy Adventure Novel) (Devices of War Book 1)
|Rating||:||4.46 (798 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||574 Pages|
You feel like you're part of the drama. The action is perfectly paced. Waiting on Sunday to Drown It has Sky, Land, and Water Cities. These worlds remind me a lot of Avatar the Last Airbender and Star Wars, which I both loved wholeheartedly.Bahrain Newspaper Article Review!. I had trouble putting the book down. This story is intense. Wow! What did I just read?? The story was deliciously complex, full of fear, wonder, magic, gadgets, gizmos, one heck of a psycho Queen and wonderful friends.
Decent first novel, but it has some problems. Amazon Customer This book is worth what I paid for it. For a debut novel of a self-published author it is quite good. I have read worse novels that were traditionally published. There are problems with the book, however, which make me hesitant to read anything else by her.What I found good:The plot is engaging. For the most part this is a fun fast paced adventure, only slowed down a few times by scenes that seemed to serve no purpose other than world building. However, the world is so interesting to get lost in that even the slower parts are a pleasure.I like the mixing of genre here. This is a fantasy, but. "In depth world, wonderful and interesting characters, strong, active plot are all words to describe Fall of Sky City." according to Heather Rexon-Capewell. In depth world, wonderful and interesting characters, strong, active plot are all words to describe Fall of Sky City.I love steam punk, I couldn't tell you why, but it's become a favorite sub-genre of fantasy. Perhaps it's the geek in me, falling in love with the technology, Eco-systems, and so forth. Fall of Sky City brought a lot of that to the table, with magic to boot. But what I really loved most of all were the creatures, and the idea of symbiosis that occurred with the Families. It didn't matter if it was land, sea, or the air, they worked and developed relationships with these creatu. The premise is interesting, the execution is flawed I found the characters universally flat and boring. Aside from accent changes, you could barely tell anyone apart. I wanted very, very badly to enjoy this book; it has many aspects that I'd normally absolutely love in a book. Airships? Magic tattoos? Yes please. The way it was done thoughmeh? The arch-villain, Nix, was given at least a two dimensional issue. Yes, she wants world domination, but she does it because she wants everyone to love her. I didn't particularly enjoy the first person writing, either. My bar might be set too high by the likes of Jim Butcher's Dresden Files, in which fir
Author's Extended Edition includes never before seen deleted scenes! In a world governed by the opposing forces of the mystical House of Tarot and the tribal Great Families, Synn is caught in the crossfire. She may have broken his mind and claimed his soul, but he will find a way to destroy her.Experience a world of ships that sail the clouds and cites buried beneath the ocean, and survive the fiery battle brought forth by those who control the forces of nature!. She had no idea she’d be dou