Chaos B.

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  • Good Intentions on March 02, 2013
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    A great ebook with enjoyable characters, plenty of humor, and an engaging, character driven story.
  • Earth Force I on March 14, 2013
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    A very nice first book for what promises to be an interesting series. Good, believable characters, fast paced and exciting combat sequences, and a plot interesting, and with enough twists and turns to keep you reading until the end.
  • Ship's Boy on March 19, 2013
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    As mentioned, the ending is a very abrupt cliffhanger, more suited for the end of a chapter than a book, which is more than a little jarring. Now that said, as a book to get people into the series, it works great, presenting an interesting universe and characters, and enough going on to keep you interested, without dumping too much information on the reader at once.
  • The Blade to Your Hand on June 04, 2013
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    A nice short story about one who fears that she's become the monster she portrays herself as, and her attempt at redemption through saving, and serving, another.
  • The Storm Dragon's Heart on June 04, 2013
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    What starts as 'only' a little relic retrieval/temple raiding gets complicated quickly when another group appears, intent on getting the relic first. An enjoyable story with a nice oriental feel to it, from the main character's society, the magic, and the different cultures shown in the book. There's a bit of mystery surrounding the main character, in that several things mentioned in the story strongly suggest that there is more to him that meets the eye, but hopefully that will be explained and explored more in future books of the series.
  • Wish Fulfillment on June 04, 2013
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    A short but enjoyable take on the idea of 'What would YOU do if you were offered three wishes?', as well as providing a good example of why you shouldn't make important decisions on an empty stomach.
  • Argo on June 04, 2013
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    As others have mentioned, the story starts out with a nice sci-fi feel to it, but ends on a very 'Twilight Zone' footing, leaving the reader to look back on the the events and characters in the story in an entirely different light.
  • A Rosary of Stones and Thorns on June 22, 2013
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    Just to get the most obvious question out of the way: Does the book contain plenty of biblical figures and themes? Yes. Does it matter in the slightest? No, as it's never overbearing, makes sense when it does come up, and is used to flesh out the story world, but not to preach. Whether reading from a theist or non-theist perspective, the characters and plot are more than enough to make for a very enjoyable read, with a very unusual and interesting cast, a nicely different take on heaven and hell, and a race to stop an armageddon driven by a very different motivation than it first appears.
  • The Grin of Prophecy (Book 1 of the Death Incarnate Saga) on Sep. 22, 2013
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    Though it could use some polish in several places, the story itself is quite good, with a main character who is powerful, yet still faces limitations to keep him in check, and interesting world and magic system, and a nice cliffhanger at the end to make you want to pick up the rest of the series.
  • Empress's Endgame (Book 5 and final of the Death Incanate Saga) on Oct. 04, 2013
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    Much like previous entries in the series, there's plenty of action, more than enough combat to keep things interesting, and a satisfying ending to the war that has been building over the course of the series. As far as the series as a whole, though unpolished in some places(nothing too big), it was well worth picking up, with more than enough twists and turns plot wise, action, and interesting characters to keep things moving and enjoyable, and is a series I'm glad I stumbled upon.
  • Nine Goblins on Jan. 31, 2014
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    An interesting and enjoyable mix of lighthearted and serious. The goblins themselves will often have you chuckling at their various antics as well as how they see, and deal with, the world around them, while at the same time the situation they find themselves dealing with is a mix of grim and almost-tragic.
  • The Godson's Triumph on Jan. 31, 2014
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    An excellent continuation and ending of the story introduced in the first book, with gods at every corner at times it seems, all wanting something from the new Governor, though in this case they find themselves dealing with someone who is quite willing to stand up to them, something that makes for some interesting back and forth at times.
  • The Sweet Night on Jan. 31, 2014
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    A very nice read, and though classed as a Romance, it's one that involves plenty of action, though most of it takes place in the arena of business, as the main character works to destroy the power the self-stylized 'ruler' of the vampires has over the others in order to protect the woman rescued from his woodshed, by removing and taking over the source of his wealth and power.
  • Kingslayer on Jan. 31, 2014
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    A very nice story on the costs, and consequences, of a broken oath, that leads the main character into unlikely hands, and even more unlikely circumstances, where he finds himself defending the country that less than a year past he'd almost conquered, against the very forces he'd commanded. And of course, makings things even more difficult, as a former enemy of the country he now defends, not all of his enemies are located outside the borders.
  • Exponential Apocalypse on March 02, 2014
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    Starts out strange, gets even more so as the story progresses, and hilarious throughout.