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  1. Stefan Stefan says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFDawnthief is the first book in James Barclay's CHRONICLES OF THE RAVEN trilogy followed by Noonshade and Nightchild In addition to the trilogy the author also published four LEGENDS OF THE RAVEN novels and one Raven novella as well as two ASCENDANTS OF ESTORIA novels and the stand alone Vault of D


  2. Lars J. Nilsson Lars J. Nilsson says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFNot very exciting In fact since I somehow had expected gritty realistic fantasy but got some sort of bland although action packed sword and sorcery instead I'm a bit disappointedIf someone compares this to Erikson or Cook don't believe them This is dungeons and dragons style fantasy with silly sounding spell names mana power and where the dark college has a name with an 'X' in it everyone who's played RPG's know that if someone has an 'X' in his name he's no doubt chaotic or evil or both; that's just the way the cliches goes Also yes to kill of your heroes but if your going to do it at least wait until the readers has attached themselves to the person you're going to snuff otherwise it just feels sillyThis is kind of what you get if you mix your ordinary sword and sorcery with Eddings No character development cliches every second page and a hollow story Yes it's fast pace


  3. Ethan Ethan says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFMade it to page 100 before I gave up The writing is distractingly bad and the plotting is contrived Within the first ten pages a seasoned mercenary breaks rank for no reason whatsoever resulting in the death of one of his buddies Then the other seasoned mercenaries somehow join up ranks with the wizard who mere minutes before was throwing exploding fireballs at them Huh? Then a couple days later an assassin waltzes in and easily murders another member of The Raven during a party Seriously these guys are The Best of The Best Just ask the author Perhaps all the good shit happened off cameraAndKill but never murder really? The code that somehow sets these guys apart from the rest of the world? Give me a big fat breakOn the bright side if this thing can be published there's hope for suckers like me


  4. Suzanne (Under the Covers Book blog) Suzanne (Under the Covers Book blog) says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFThe Raven are a renown group of mercernaries known for being trustworthy and fierce and have never failed a job But after ten years it loo


  5. John John says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFI'm not sure what should have been done differently but this book read like the summary of a possible storyline than a real and completely developed story Or maybe a fictionalized version of an RPG campaign I've read and liked other books that appeared to use that formulaI just felt like it lurched from one event to another without much connection or much sense Many of the scenes or ideas worked on their own but the whole did not hold togetherAnd there was no small amount of contradictory behavior by the characters I wanted to like the characters and I sensed the beginnings of some interesting characters But I never got to the point where I felt like I knew them Their behavior and decisions seemed a little too random It was as if some of the characters we


  6. J.P. Ashman J.P. Ashman says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFYears since I read this and I don't remember it all but I do remember being surprised and impressed at how unsafe every character is it's tense a lot because no one is safe There's plenty of action and intrigue as I remember it A good fantasy read


  7. Michael Michael says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFDawnthief has sat on my shelf for awhile promising a world of gritty mercenary realism reminiscent of Glen Cook or Joe Abercrombie Th


  8. Richard Bray Richard Bray says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFI’m feeling very neutral about DAWNTHIEF the first book of the CHRONICLES OF THE RAVEN The book has some obvious storytelling flaws that bother me and at the beginning Barclay is so wrapped up the action that it’s hard to differentiate between the characters And when some characters


  9. Cindy Cindy says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFI was torn between wanting to give this book 3 stars and 5 stars I loved the series and it was really something that I haven't encountered in a while I love the whole adventureaction fantasy series The characters were loveable and I loved the fact that they weren't perfect as in they made mistakes in how they fought and they got hurt All too often characters are invincible and it makes it har


  10. Mark Mark says:

    MOBI Dawnthief eBook ´ â bitcoinshirts.co dawnthief ebok, Dawnthief PDFThis one was one of the hardest to get in to as I have ever experienced I put it down twice and didn't expect to go back to it Perseverance paid off in the end and after about the first four chapters wherein there is way too much written about ponytails the story really takes off It doesn't get really amazing until about the middle of the book but from there on it I couldn't put it down I have read uite a few reviews on here where I can't bring myself to believe that the person who wrote them actually read through the whole book It is worth pushing through the beginning and the slow but decent next few chapters to get to the meat of Barclay's writing Once you get past w


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