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At Risk... A Perfect World (Worlds At Risk Series Sci-Fi Action/Adventure Metaphysical/Visionary Book 1) by [Smith, Graham]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2815 KB
  • Print Length: 360 pages
  • Publisher: The Power Of Gray; 1 edition (11 Feb. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009KQ3HGE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #660,674 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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At Risk... A Perfect World is a really enjoyable read, with colourful and compelling characters and a plot which keeps you turning the pages right through to the end. The book is well paced and increasingly gripping as it works up to an action packed climax, accompanied by lots of imaginative detail throughout.

This is not a genre of fiction I would normally read, but having been given it by a friend I found myself convincingly transported to another world. I would recommend it to readers of all ages from teenage upwards.
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Many will find this imaginative and well-written story a great read. Those who enjoy this genre of Sci Fi fantasy should be turned on by this fast-moving, adventurous tale which includes battles between good and evil. It is also thought provoking about the meaning of life.

This is the first of a trilogy so enthusiasts will enjoy the knowledge that there is more to come. It should appeal to a wide range of readers from teenage upwards.
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Like most modern novels this book is character led and this is one of its strengths. Affrity is a powerful and well drawn villain. We can feel his hatred, anger and frustration, his violence and malevolent attitude. This does beg the question is it easier to create darkness than light. Omigali is the opposing force of goodness, but she is rather insipid as a character.

Sool appears to elevated as a special character, there is this myth that she is somehow unbeatable in battle, but it would have been good to see more evidence of her skill. Harmony is a little dipsy and her backwards speech reinforces this idea and it is a good technique used to great effect.

Pol is the pilot, the chancer, but again there seems to be too little evidence of risk taking. I realize the trip to Kelepsion was very daring, but this is not enough. It is better to show him doing this than telling the reader.

The Marleseen are a wonderful creation, mischievous, loving and full of fun. They add to the non-violent and peaceful atmosphere of the place. In contrast they are hated by the dark side as they lack order, being spontaneous and fun.

Scarleen is the shape shifter being able to take different forms. The special relevance of this gift becomes apparent towards the end of the book when he needs to convince the guards he's someone else.

Being quite a novice to science fiction I was puzzled by some of he terminology - SL's, Skins, holo's (holograms?) and implants. The writer does not explain what they are, or give much details about their function.

The words Salvation and Glory Town conjure up a wonderful image of a magical planet, but we do not see the characteristics of what makes this world truly special.
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