James A. West is a great Story-Weaver and I suspect will become a master of his craft.,
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This review is from: The God King (Book 1) (Heirs of the Fallen) (Kindle Edition)
A Review of "The God King Heirs of the Fallen" (Book 1) by James A. West
Review by: John H Glen
Date; [Publish Date]
Format: E-Book (Kindle)
My rating: 4 stars
Authors/Publishers Book Description/Synopsis
Heroes are not born; they are forged in the fires of apocalypse... Mercenary Kian Valera wants nothing more than to retire from a life of blood and butchery. But when an arrogant princeling offers him enough gold to buy a throne, Kian straps on his sword for one last mission. And besides, what could be easier than guarding a prince who wants to sow his royal seed in every backwater fortress and village throughout the realm? Turns out, dying would've been easier.
What Do I Think?
I downloaded this book as a free download so would I expect it to be a good well woven tale with no proofing mistakes? You can bet your life I would just because a book is free does not mean it has to be full of errors or to have a bad unreadable story. James A. West is a great Story-Weaver and I suspect will become a master of his craft.
This Story-Weaver (James A. West) has shaped a respectable, enjoyable, fantasy story, which held my attention from start to end gathering momentum until the ending at which I wanted more and indeed I did download book 2 (Crown of the Setting Sun (Heirs of the Fallen Book 2) Crown of the Setting Sun (Heirs of the Fallen Book 2)of this interesting and intriguing world of James A. West and his well-developed characters.
The ancient struggle between good and evil is the basis of this story, and as I have said it is well written has an excellent plot and utterly interesting, enthralling and well developed personalities on both sides of the battle.
The weaving of this tale is exceptionally expressive from time to time to the disadvantage of the story, there are areas in the story that the explanation takes up too many pages starts to delay the story from proceeding as fast as I would have liked.
In conclusion, I do say that this book is worth the read especially if you enjoy the fantasy genre and as I said I am now already reading book 2 of this very enthralling world created by a great Story-Weaver.