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The Tower of Endless Worlds by [Moeller, Jonathan]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 772 KB
  • Print Length: 353 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0088C8YFK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,003 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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My last review was also of a Jonathan Moeller novel and so I started this book with certain assumptions none of which were met. Unlike the other one the characters in this book are well scripted and believable.

The plot deals with a warlock who comes to our world through the tower of the title (a labarynthine portal to many worlds apparently). Here he meets a man who agrees to supply him with weaponry in return he is taught black magic. Thus the warlock can go back to his world and destroy the good guys and the man in our world can become immensely wealthy and become a US senator.

The only real problems they have are the prophecy from the dying white wizard that the son of the current king will eventually kill the warlock.

The story tells of a couple who are hired by the senator, how their relationship develops and eventually what happens when the prince appears near them. Their reactions are quite believable.

My reason for giving this 4 stars rather than 5 is the abrupt ending. It reads like the author has written a much longer story but wanted to finish this particular part with a big finale and rushed it. Nothing is really resolved and so there is the expectation that you will read the next story. I'm 50/50 as to whether I want to do that but then I got this kindle edition free.
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We what can i say. I have read other Jonathan Moeller books and found them quick and easy to read. This books takes a different turn.It starts in modern day America for a start, this was a a bit different than most of the books i read. they usually just deal with fantasy places and people. Even though this was a free book i was glad that i carried on reading this book. it keeps gripping you and keeps making you read it, you want to know what happens next. I agree with other reviews that the ending of this book came very quickly, the whole book read smoothly until the finish, this was good but was covered in just a few chapters.

4/5 for a free book id good. i have downloaded the rest of the series and will let you all know if they are any good.
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The obligatory multi-book format required to make Kindle economically worthwhile for authors rather spoils this book. It has a reasonably good premise and is quite well written. Also I didn't find any typographical or grammatical errors that clashed enough to notice.

Its just I'm not thrilled at the idea of a further two or three volumes padding out the ideas. Fine to write epic sagas if you're Tolkien few offerings have that depth of substance. For me this would work better as a single, if longer, book. I fully understand the author's motivation for multiple volumes, but I'm not going to give up time to read them, which to be fair is more often my reaction to such kindle downloads. Not the author's fault, he's done a good enough job,the problem is the modern publishing game.
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The author is prolific and dependable, writing a sort of ebook 'pulp fantasy', and his stories are usually reasonably well-crafted and fun to read. This one has an interesting concept and characters, and kept me interested (though a couple times the general plot arc seemed to lose momentum). I was a bit annoyed with the abrupt ending, however, but at least it explains why one character dropped out of sight in the middle. Also, the romance was a bit hard to believe, but it was nice to see Simon's transition from know-it-all recluse to someone more confident and mature.
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This is an interesting mix of fantasy with science-fiction, modern day America with ancient civilization in a parallel world, and is very well written. I very much enjoyed it, and the ending was OK I thought. Sure, it ended a bit suddenly and left the door open for the sequel (which I have yet to read I have to admit), but that's to be expected, it's a common trend in the genre. The characters are well written and very believable, especially the two main protagonists, Simon and Wycliffe. I am seriously considering reading the rest of the series.
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Great blend of time from present day to a sort of medieval time, really well thought out how it meshed together. The ending was a bit disappointing seemed like there should be a Book 2 but don't think there is?
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