I enjoyed this book.There was a lot going on throughout the book.It has gotten to the point that a few important figures have a few of the important swords.
One would think the Gods were all-powerful,but in this case that is simply not true in this case.The Gods were fallible,that being said everyone,understandably,will not be a fan.
The book deals with a VR game taking its players into the land of Fey.At the same time it brings the fantasy world of the land of Fey closer to the mortal realm.
Jennet (MC) plays the game,faces the Dark Queen and loses.The Dark Queen is the final boss and Jennet didn't just lose the game,she lost part of her soul.
Now she needs to replay the game with a champion at her side,her hope is to regain her lost piece of soul.
The catch is it is October,the more days that go by,the stronger the Fey get.Apparently the veil between our worlds is at its thinnest at All Hallows Eve.
I had never read this author before.I thought the character creation was great.This alone had my interest and the funny thing is with the title I thought there would be sex and violence.There was none of that,at one point a person is found in the castle dead.But they don't know why they were killed.
But I thought the world creation was good,this world was tormented by earthquakes and lava flow from eruptions.In the kings eyes this could only mean the gods are angry and need sacrifices.But he has two sons of age and he is ill.So things might turn for the better.
Now then let's not forget about the dead person in the castle and who did it,why?
I would recommend:)
I'll be starting the next in the series when I find it.
This book had what I thought a good premise.People living in a bunker after the apocalypse,then slowly coming out into the world.Getting supplies and whatnot where they can find them.Sadly,I was wrong.I got less than a quarter way and if I went any further I would just be forcing myself.It could not hold my interest and this is my first DNF.
I really enjoyed this book,it was fun.Girl dies in a trainwreck some guy walks over to the dead body and offers her a job as "Karma".
So we get to watch her go to job after job.Dealing karma as she sees fit.And she tries to figure out who caused her death.
So it's got a mystery to it.
I will continue this series.
This was just a fun read.Starting with a college boy living in Mundania (the non-magical world).He desperately wants a girlfriend,and being a computer nerd he gets an upgrade for his computer.And the computer starts communicating with him and this leads to him getting a couple girlfriends and one being Princess Ivy from Xanth.
He falls for Ivy and the adventure begins.They travel from City College to southern Florida and she tries to make him believe in magic.Now Grey (human college boy) is stubborn and no matter what Ivy does he won't believe in magic,there's always some kind of reason whatever happens happened.
And there's no shortage of puns,which made me happy.:)
But to be fair Piers Anthony has written better books.
A virus has been let loose and most of the country has been devastated.The people who made it out unscathed have to scavenge food and supplies from the dead.But there's more, ....water,gas,and electricity all gone and people have to go back to bare basics.
Amidst this turmoil some convicts had been let out of prison.This was a humanitarian thing
issued by the president in order to save lives.But doing this let some reprehensible people among the populace.The MC is a sheriff and he works at trying to protect the people from the convicts.
I liked this book,I thought it was written well.But hey,post-apocalyptic is one of my favorite genres.
Cowboys vs the Seahawks, I'm disappointed in the Cowboys right now.In this game they didn't even score a touchdown.If it wasn't for the Cowboys field goal kicker,they would have no points.The Cowboys were just outplayed but the Seahawks played well.