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[ Read Online Free the Darkness õ yaoi PDF ] by Kel Kade ã I hate seeing so much potential in a good story, reduced to something completely anti premise.
This story is just one of those books I loved the premise of a kid training to be very OP Overpowered assassin warrior fighter ish kind of person, and the premise of Rezkin s conspiracy purpose and all This doesn t deliver it The whole stage of the training is one chapter, which the skills are based on the time skips themselves and not really making them legit.
Other than that, the force of coincidence is heavy with this one Like very heavy I thought the book will be about a badass doing badassery, and it does, but most of it and really most of it is about Rezkin doesn t know how people act, and really perplexed with what happening making things funny Which I liked, but it was too overused and his relationship and drama with the female s lead and I am not getting i 4.
3 stars Why How This book is terrible.
Do you like Mary Sue characters The main character is the mother of all Mary Sues I must have rolled my eyes 100 times He is the best in the world by far at everything Knows how to assume any role in society flawlessly despite zero prior experience in the real world Master of EVERY weapon Knows the exact blueprints by memory of every important building in the known world.
the list goes on and on He fights 15 elite master warriors simultaneously and wins Now anyone who knows anything about fighting knows that no matter how much training or skills you possess you will not survive being so outnumbered Takes over the entire criminal underworld of the known world in a sum total of a few hours Etcetc.
All other characters are complete incompetent ninnies, especially all of t Raised And Trained In Complete Seclusion At A Secret Fortress On The Edge Of The Northern Wilds Of The Kingdom Of Ashai, A Young Warrior Called Rezkin Is Unexpectedly Thrust Into The Outworld When A Terrible Battle Destroys All That He Knows With No Understanding Of His Life S Purpose And Armed With Masterful Weapons Mysteriously Bequeathed To Him By A Dead King, The Young Warrior Relentlessly Pursues His Only Lead A Single Elite Warrior Escaped During The Battle And May Have Knowledge Of Who Rezkin Is And Who Is Responsible For The Slaughter At The Young Man S Home Rezkin Must Travel Across Ashai To Find The One Man Who May Hold The Clues To His Very Existence His Last Orders, Spoken On The Lips Of His Dying Master, Were To Kill With Conscience And Protect And Honor Your Friends Living In Isolation From The Outworld Under A Strict Regimen Of Training And Education, The Young Warrior Has No Understanding Of A Conscience Or Friends Determined To Adhere To His Last Orders, Rezkin Extends His Protection To An Unlikely Assortment Of Individuals He Meets Along The Way, Often Leading To Humorous And Poignant Incidents As If Pursuing An Elite Warrior Across A Kingdom, Figuring Out Who He Is And Why Everyone He Knows Is Dead, And Attempting To Find These So Called Friends And Protect Them Is Not Enough, Strange Things Are Happening In The Kingdom New Dangers Begin To Arise That Threaten Not Only Rezkin And His Friends, But Possibly Everyone In Ashai Long time ago, in a far away galaxy, ahem, about a year ago, in the next room probably I ve read Gavin s review , and all I could remember from it was that the hero reminded me of Son Goku from Dragon Balls I had listened to the audible and realised I was not that far away from the mark This book is a lovely mix of Son Goku and Assassin s Creed Ezio dreamy sigh I ve reread the written version this time, to remember what had happened, before continuing on with the series And Rezkin is as delightfully confused as I remember I just love his process of thought and reasoning I won t talk about the plot or characters, because everything would be a spoiler This is a light and fun fantasy book As such, I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys fantasy Oh, and audible version was great I loved the narrator He did I thought laughably over powered and flawless protagonists, who are phenomenally handsome to boot, and are fawned over by everyone they meet, were the sole domain of mediocre to bad anime and fan fiction Seems I was mistaken Why the 2 stars then Because even though the book is filled with dialogue that sounds just a bit too silly like you are a master businessman and swordsman at only 19 etc making the story line look evenridiculous, and has multiple absurd plot points the protagonist has memorized the blue prints of all the cities and important buildings in the cities throughout the kingdom What , the book has enough fun with its ridiculous premise and the author seems to be in on the joke Also the MCs powers seem to be so over the top think saitama level adding to my feeling that the book is winking at its readers.
going to sit on this review for a while.
mixed feelingsRight so when i read the blurb of this book, i expected blood, goreblood gore and you know just you know bad assery all through the book i mean first sentence from the book Bone Snapped and flesh parted as hot blood spewed out from a jagged wound What i got blood gore and a bad ass hero i m thinking cross between James Bond and the Terminator What i did not expect a bad ass hero that made all the women in the book want to drop their pants and go take me i m yours It was quite frankly beyond annoying i mean i know the book hints at sexual innuendo but my lord how is it that the women in this book have no freaking control What i did not get Even a hint of Rezkin s purpose Plot Concept Execution Pacing Writing style Characters World Enjoyment Cover ProsBone snapped and flesh parted as hot blood spewed out from a jagged woundTHAT, friends, is the first sentence And it successfully it got me excited It had an intriguing beginning The fact that it was meant to be epic fantasy got me excited I m struggling to think of the pros, here, honestly Uhhhh it has a high average rating so maybe I m missing something Cons I present to you the reasons why the book took me almost 6 months to complete While the book started out strongly, it went downhill really quickly Rezkin s personality lacked depth Yes, I understand that that was the intention towards the beginning, but his character did not progress with this LONG book I d
Wow So there I was, work about finished, end of the day browsingNew Releaseswaiting to get home to I can finish How to Make a Murderer and Mr Robot as I m on the last episodes of both And then I come across thisI ve always said, I love me a duel wielding protagonist So I see the cover, basic enough but the guys holding two weapons so I click, read the synopsis, not bad Let s check it out.
I never got to watch the ending of either show, as this book basically took up my night Read, went to hockey, had some beer, read some .
God damn, what a book Reminded me a bit of Weapon of Flesh series by Chris A Jackson mixed with a little Swords Of The Phoenix Queen by A.
J Strickler if you liked either of those, read this, if you liked this, I d say check those out.
But yes, I love how it began I loved how it ended Basicall I read several reviews of this book before I bought it The interesting thing is that most reviews were strongly positive, some all the way to 5 stars On the other hand there were a goodly number of very bad read 1 star ratings There weren t many in the middle Upon reflection I ve decided to go 4 stars on it as I enjoyed the book I plan to give a nod to what annoyed some readers as there are some, false notes here But as noted on the whole I enjoyed it.
You will have seen versions of this protagonist before He s raised from his first memories in a fortress by elite fighters, weapons masters and men he knows as the master teachers He is of course trained up onto the perfect weapon That gives rise to one of the complaints about the book The hero can come across as almost a super man at times No one can come close well one person gives him a mild work out to his skill, speed or a
The Characters are portrayed one dimensionally, without depth This is particularly and sadly true of the protagonist, who comes a across as an infallible nigh demigod All men admire him, all women and some men lust for him Indeed, all other characters seem to exist and in fac