In A Future Earth Ruled By Beasts, There Stands One Human Kingdom, Struggling To Survive Against All Odds Firestone Castle Is The Only Human Stronghold Left In A World Dominated By Aggressive Humanoids Bent On Its Destruction Winged Generals And Reptilian Lords Surround The Home Of The Goldenheart King, In Hopes Of Destroying Him And Ending His BloodlineAt The Edge Of The Green River Valley, King Manson Benevolent Defends His Fortress With His Faithful Soldiers At His Side The Threat Of The Enemy Grows, But His Resolve Grows With It, As There Is A New Member In The Family Of The Royal Human Remnant An Infant Girl Is Born, The Princess Athedra As She Draws Her First Breath, Athedra S Enemies Are Already At Her Gates, Vying Desperately To Destroy Her Yet She Is Not Alone, As There Are Many Willing To Die To Defend The Hope Of Mankind Above All Her Protectors Is One Who Was Born To Give His Life For Her He Is A Fighter Of Unequalled Strength And Virtue He Is The Guardian Shadow A Sword Wielding Monk Sworn To Protect The Princess With His Very Life Who Will Win This Savage Competition The Nations Of Reptilian And Feline Warriors, Which Strive For Yet Power, Or The Dwindling Group Of Humans, Which Struggles Only To Survive Sink Into Intrigue As You Discover A New World A Dangerous World A Beast World This was one of those books I really wanted to like, and in a few places I did But they were a little far between.I will start with the good, and the things that kept me reading this book to the end Firstly the idea and plot behind this book were really quite good and the author obviously knew what he was doing in terms of world building In essence all the elements of the story were fine The big problem with this book is the execution of it.There is a lot of telling in the book and not much dialogue on top of that there are paragraphs and paragraphs of description, often a lot of it repetitive I also found the time jumps hard to handle Several years would pass but other than the ages of the characters changing I felt this was entirely arbitrary It didn t need to span so many years and could have just had an older main character to begin with, especially as in the chapters where she is meant to only be two she seems to think and talk like a ten year old Despite not really enjoying this book I actually hope the author continues to write They have shown plenty of talent in the key areas, they just need to practice the craft of writing a good story and then publish books.
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the
- 180 pages
- Beast World
- Ramon Quintanilla
- 22 February 2019 Ramon Quintanilla