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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00988HXJQ
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- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
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Reaper of Sorrows (Book 1) (Songs of the Scorpion) Kindle Edition
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- Well developed main character. He was written in the vain of Solomon Kane more so than Conan and I found it a pleasant take. He was tough both mentally and physically but not so much so that he was overwhelming and unbelievable. I especially like the way nothing ever came easy, there was absolutely no dues involved and the outcomes, though always in the heroes favor, only came after much trial and tribulation.
- Truly bad "bad" guys. The villans were, like the hero, not overwhelming in their power but evil enough to make you dislike them immensely and root for their demise.
- Detailed action and environment description. I truly felt like I could see and feel what the characters were doing and their sense of their environment from the POV written about
- Limited world building and secondary character development. They were introduced, both the world and secondary characters, but we never learn about them as people, their motivations or the world at large. Though the author isn't obligated to include these aspects, when a character or world is introduced it seems incumbent to include these details. For example when REH or Wagner introduced characters or places in the world of his heroes we got backstory and descriptions.
Overall a Great book and one I would def. recommend!
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