A March of Kings (Book #2 in the Sorcerer's Ring)

Rated 2.00/5 based on 1 reviews
“A breathtaking new epic fantasy series. This magical saga reminds me of the best of J.K. Rowling, George R.R. Martin, Rick Riordan, Christopher Paolini and J.R.R. Tolkien!” --Allegra Skye, author of SAVED This takes us one step further on Thor’s epic journey into manhood, as he begins to realize more about who he is, what his powers are, and as he embarks to become a warrior. More

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Morgan Rice is the #1 Bestselling author of THE VAMPIRE JOURNALS, a young adult series comprising eight books, which has been translated into six languages.

Morgan is also author of the #1 Bestselling THE VAMPIRE LEGACY, a young adult series comprising two books and counting.

Morgan is also author of the #1 Bestselling ARENA ONE and ARENA TWO, the first two books in THE SURVIVAL TRILOGY, a post-apocalyptic action thriller set in the future.

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Review by: Vladimir Khodus on Oct. 30, 2013 :
Why 2 Star:
Solid story, creative and original, all the support and main chars. are moving along at just the right pace to keep the reader focused. There is so much potential to this story, it can only get better story wise.

Cons (2 stars lost):
1) There were several instances of word confusion, such as the word "site" and "sight" while this happens to all occasionally there was more than acceptable in a released book. Grammar and syntax issues.
2) There was name confusion, in one scene one character would be speaking, then suddenly, his name is replaced by another, and several sentences later, the right name re-appears.
3) This book feels incomplete, not story wise, but editing wise, there was even a quote by a character and instead of a name there was: “ “ ____ said. There was no name at all, just underlined.

5th star is lost on lack of details, everything that happens feels rushed and spontaneous, there is little development or lead up to events, things just happen because it feels convenient for the author, not because it was achieved by the characters.

Overall this book feels more like a final draft then the finished product, and could use some solid proofreading. This book feels incomplete, not bad, just not finished. I can only hope that Book 3 will improve upon these issues. Otherwise I would say to call it quits and try another series, since there are so many on Smashwords
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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