Seekers Call (Seekers Trilogy #1) review ï 3


review Seekers Call (Seekers Trilogy #1)

Seekers Call (Seekers Trilogy #1) review ï 3 ô Kierelia a kingdom on the planet Kaern is a forested land of kings castles and dragon slayers as well as the home of Iviana an orphan and Healer who has just lost her mentor the only family she ever knew Alone and searching for a place to call home Iviana stumbles upon Tragor the Great DragErvenes on behalf of the beast Having earned the friendship of the dragon Tragor flies Iviana to his home world the Greater Archipelagos a planet set in another universe Populated by a people who are born with what they call the Great Gifts the islanders prove to possess supernatural powers bestowed by their god the Great One It is there she must press beyond the rejection of the people to make discoveries not only ab. I enjoyed the general plot for the novel and the theme that we are never as alone as we may feel resonated with me My issues with the book are that the language was stilted and very little was as well developed as I might have hoped I can see that the author spent a lot of time building the worlds she used but many of the character motivations seemed weak the Point of View would unexpectedly switch for a paragraph and the plot seemed a little hurried I felt like she was trying to keep things moving but I think she did so at the expense of the story Despite the 3 Star review I do want to see if book 2 is improved though I usually don’t bother when I give a book such a low rating If you enjoy inspirational fantasy novels you may want to check this one out I had read a review comparing the author to Donita K Paul and while I would say that this author does not uite meet that standard she is still enjoyable If you are looking for an epic fantasy or a romantic storyline or heavily featured dragons skip this one This would not be for you

Seekers Call Seekers Trilogy #1Ervenes on behalf of the beast Having earned the friendship of the dragon Tragor flies Iviana to his home world the Greater Archipelagos a planet set in another universe Populated by a people who are born with what they call the Great Gifts the islanders prove to possess supernatural powers bestowed by their god the Great One It is there she must press beyond the rejection of the people to make discoveries not only ab. I enjoyed the general plot for the novel and the theme that we are never as alone as we may feel resonated with me My issues with the book are that the language was stilted and very little was as well developed as I might have hoped I can see that the author spent a lot of time building the worlds she used but many of the character motivations seemed weak the Point of View would unexpectedly switch for a paragraph and the plot seemed a little hurried I felt like she was trying to keep things moving but I think she did so at the expense of the story Despite the 3 Star review I do want to see if book 2 is improved though I usually don’t bother when I give a book such a low rating If you enjoy inspirational fantasy novels you may want to check this one out I had read a review comparing the author to Donita K Paul and while I would say that this author does not uite meet that standard she is still enjoyable If you are looking for an epic fantasy or a romantic storyline or heavily featured dragons skip this one This would not be for you

characters Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Cassandra Boyson

Seekers Call (Seekers Trilogy #1) ê Kierelia a kingdom on the planet Kaern is a forested land of kings castles and dragon slayers as well as the home of Iviana an orphan and Healer who has just lost her mentor the only family she ever knew Alone and searching for a place to call home Iviana stumbles upon Tragor the Great Dragon of the Ages and Flynn a strange young man determined to slay the dragon and steal its heart Captivated by its beauty Iviana int. DNFI hate being mean and I usually try to finish every book I pick upto give the author the benefit of the doubt because they put so much into it but every once in a while I'm assaulted by something so bad I can't get through it This is one of those booksThe first paragraph should have tipped me off and I can't understand how it got such rave reviews but I slogged through a little longer and it only seemed to get worse I wanted to like it but reading should not be a chore And although Seeker's Call had an interesting premise the writing was so juvenile I started to fall asleep immediately after reading the first few sentences Now I am not one of those people who fall asleep easily or while reading so that is saying a lot There was just nothing to grab my interest No hook No pull Just flat descriptive writing that feels like a failed attempt at the use of big words to get a flowery sense of linguistic skills No matter how much I tried leaving and coming back reading it out loud I coudn't even get through the first chapterIf I were a submissions editor for a publisher this would have gone back in the mail without commentI hope the rest of the book got better but from some of the other reviews it only sounds like it took a nose dive off the desk and into the garbage characters Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Cassandra Boyson

Cassandra Boyson ☆ 3 free read

Cassandra Boyson ☆ 3 free read Out her own lineage but of her destiny a call that could save the Greater Archipelagos from its demise With sword in hand Iviana uncovers about her gift as a Healer and finds purpose in the battles against the dark powers that seek to destroy her and those she loves Seeker’s Call is a thrilling ride filled with fascinating adventure endearing characters and truth that will reach through the pages into your own world. Good story didn't care too much for the writing style feel there is a lot of room to mature and tighten it up but a lot of potential