Of Last Resort

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Rated 1.00/5 based on 1 reviews
In a kingdom ravaged by the beasts and terrors of an ancient war, the only hope against them is the army of mixed-blood beings known as the King's Legion: dragoons, shadowmarch, sorcerers, titans … and the Princes of the Blood, nigh-invincible warriors of fearsome magic and strength, their only weakness a need for pure human blood. When his brother runs away, Raffé agrees to undergo the Blooding… More

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Words: 75,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781620043141
About Megan Derr

Megan grew up a military brat and traveled extensively with her family. She is now firmly settled in Ohio, with two roommates and their five cats. She has always been book obsessed, and writing obsessed since she first gave it a whirl in college. Romance and fantasy are her primary obsessions, but she’s game to write just about anything and enjoys a challenge. She is a sucker for stories of enemies becoming lovers. When not writing, Megan is drinking too much coffee, reading still more books, and harassing family and friends, or otherwise doing whatever possible to avoid editing.

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Review by: Therese Majlöf on Sep. 04, 2014 :
I did not really enjoy this book. The plot is far too rushed and as a consequence feels sloppy, what I would consider major plot points are skipped entirely or only briefly mentioned as second hand information. The characters are underdeveloped to the point where I had problems telling many of them apart, only the two POV-characters get more than cursory characterization, though not all that much more.

The world in which the story takes place has potential and I saw glimpses of it that intrigued me, but unfortunately the worldbuilding suffers from the same lack of relevant details and substance that plagues the plot and the characters.

Also, the editing wasn't stellar resulting in inconsistencies in the text.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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