- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3307.0 KB
- Print Length: 278 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Daring Books; 1 edition (2 April 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DSBQ7EU
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- Average Customer Review: 94 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,220 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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For a start, the "vampire" element is nothing but thin window dressing. It's absolutely pointless and irrelevant to the plot (girl gets sucked into cod-medieval world and has to figure out how to survive and fit in). The fact that 90% of the characters in that world are claimed to be vampires is meaningless, because they behave like every other cod-medieval society in every time-travelling book you've ever read.
It almost struck me that the author decided to try and write another Outlander, but then thought "if I also try and write another Twilight as well, I'll be twice as likely to be a bestseller!" I'm surprised the author didn't try and shoehorn in a bespectacled teenage wizard and a red room of pain as well - might as well try and add elements of every publishing phenomenon of the past 10 years!
Character wise, you've got all the standard tropes from unimaginative romance novels - the smooth talker, the mustache twirling villain, the gruff but heart of gold love interest, etc. None of them are well-developed or interesting.
Secondly, the heroine is an imbecile and way too dependent on authorial intrusion. She never behaves like a real person would, because the author needs her to behave that way to drive the plot. So she is much less questioning than you'd expect (because the author doesn't want too much boring exposition, but didn't think of a suitable reason for her lack of questions), and keeps missing details (like being snuck up on by someone she was already watching, because the author wanted to put her in jeopardy).
Thirdly, the story doesn't end, it just stops.
Finally, if the 7 brothers are named after the 7 deadly sins, can someone please tell the author that War isn't one of those sins? Surely he should have been Wrath.
This is the first I have read anything from Karpov kinrade and certainly won't be the last.
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