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Pandemonia Chronicles: DAWN

Pandemonia Chronicles: DAWN [Kindle Edition]

Carey Martell
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An encounter with a strange medallion leaves sixteen year old Gestalt possessed by the spirit of an ancient Demon King, making him a key player in a war between the Demon King and the Goddess of Life. Unfortunately, the Demon King wants to destroy the world and the Goddess wants to enslave everyone in it!

With the aid of a talking teddy bear, a grumpy demon dog and a unicorn princess who wants to marry him, Gestalt embarks on a journey to stop the Goddess’ sinister plot and find a way to get rid of the Demon King — yet, he must also rely on the dark power of the Demon King in order to stand a chance against the powerful minions of the Goddess.

Can Gestalt resist against the corrupting temptations of the Demon King and save the world, rather than destroy it? Is it even possible for a mere human to stand up against the power of a Goddess?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 467 KB
  • Print Length: 256 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Yup 1 July 2014
By Yup
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This is one of the best books I have read in the last few months. The story is interesting and makes the characters evolve and develop in an interesting way. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has a like for a story about a person who is thrust into a fantasy world.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Light Fantasy Tale for late Elementaries/ Early Middle Schoolers 28 Feb 2012
By Herbert L. Praskey - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
This book was written with a younger audience in mind, so I tried my best to tap into my inner child while reading this e-book. I will also try and keep spoilers to a minimum.

The book is a fantasy tale in which protagonist Gestalt is summoned into an alternate world through an artifact of power and finds out he is now host to a banished demon king. After escaping the prison of the deity of life with the help of an unlikely group of companions, he is thrust into a journey across the land.

The book attempts to set itself from similar stories by depicting common fantasy elements from a different angle and by depicting the two rival factions as neither particularly good and not entirely evil. The sentence structure is simple enough that young readers should have no trouble following along. Enough description is used to paint a vivid picture of the world and the action in the reader's imagination. The only change I would have made is adding a little more poetic structure. I feel one of the books biggest strengths is the story pacing. Tension is constantly raised and lowered, giving the reader enough time to take in the highly detailed setting in before the heroes once again find themselves fending off danger.

If you have a child who likes to play fantasy video games (which the book tends to borrow elements from) such as Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, and is looking for a light afternoon read, then they might enjoy this book. The only warning I might give is that some words appear that one might find objectionable ("damn" and "hell" being the two biggest offenders), but they appear sparingly. Whether or not this is a turn off is left to your discretion.

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4.0 out of 5 stars I was immediately engrossed in the fantasy that Pandemonia Chronicles: DAWN offered me.. 3 Dec 2012
By Talo - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
"the cold night wind chilled his silver armor, making it feel as though the plates were made from ice blocks."

First , I love to read stories where the writer give you descriptions of events/feelings that you yourself have experienced. No, no I have never been on a battle field wearing armor, but I know what cold metal feels like, I know what an ice block feels like. This sentence brings it all together and conjures up images that are familiar to the reader.
Martell does a wonderful job of this throughout the whole book.
I was immediately engrossed in the fantasy that Pandemonia Chronicles: DAWN offered me. You do have to feel somewhat sorry for Gestalt Balmont in the beginning and what the villagers mistake him for, but you soon realize that this is all necessary in order for him to meet the cutest character ever: Jofur.(Think of him as your naughty Moogle in Final Fantasy, but he is a talking bear)
Young , or young at heart Fans of fantasy anime/manga such as Record of Lodoss War by Ryo Mizuno will appreciate this book written for a younger audience. Or if you are more familiar with the 1980's cartoon show called Dungeons and Dragons put out by TSR based on the RPG you will definitely enjoy Dawn.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fantasy with a Twist 29 Feb 2012
By kiki - Published on
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This Book is really worth reading.

At first glance ist is your typical fantastic tale about a young hero, a princess in distress and a magical familiar, but it defenitly has more to it, and keeps you interested throughout the story.
The author combines classical fantasy elements with alluions (J)RPGs and other Fantasy novels.
The style is simple and modern, but ist fits the story and the 16year old protagonist (whose name is a bit strange from a German perspective).
It is a light read that shows you how narrow the line between good and evil can be.

If you like Fantasy, RPGs or Manga you should definetly give this Book a chance!
5.0 out of 5 stars A Fantastic Story Young Readers will Love 10 Dec 2012
By Meghan - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
Starting right in the middle of an epic battle between what you immediately see as good versus evil, `Pandemonia Chronicles: Dawn' instantly grabs you by the neck and keeps dragging you through the pages with its gripping story. But one caveat: this is a tale written for young readers, so unless you are actually in your early teens or you have a specific thing for the fantasy genre, then this might be too light for your taste.

The book can stand on its own, however, especially with the way author Carey Martell has woven a story that is both familiar and new: the main character, 16-year-old Gestalt (his name, of course, embodies a deeper layer of meaning and one you will realize the further you read into the story), "accidentally" finds himself in a different, fantastic world, thanks to the power of some strange artifact. The Demon King--the very character that was supposedly annihilated in the prologue--turns out to be attempting to make a huge come-back by using Gestalt as his host. But as the reader finds out, which is good and which is evil is not easily resolvable, and the protagonist has to make careful choices to at least not unwittingly destroy the world.

Overall, this is a great read for young readers. There's a talking teddy bear, a love-obsessed unicorn, zombie soldiers, demons and magic--what's not to like about `Pandemonia Chronicles'? But apart from these "fun" elements are the deeper lessons that young minds will appreciate--how good and evil are not always immediately or obviously recognizable at the get-go, and how every choice we make is tugged at by the invisible strings of overlapping moral dilemmas.

`Pandemonia Chronicles' is highly recommended--if you have kids in their early teens, this is a nice gift, a good alternative to video games, and one that young readers will love to sink their teeth into.
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