Secrets of Silverwind

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Publisher Description

Youth should never be blessed--or cursed, really--with so much power as he had. A situation made even worse by the sheer torment, utter loss, deep betrayal, and unrequited love that each played their role. Regret and misery were perhaps inevitable. But the tragedy that resulted was unbelievably cruel...

Five years ago, when Caythis raced to Andar City, one of only four that still existed, he wanted badly to save mankind from a second apocalypse. There had been enough suffering the first time the world ended, surely it need not end again.

And there, at the ruins of Andar he made his stand against the enemy of the world himself. Antares. Monster and destroyer. But before that, he'd been like a brother to Caythis. But no love between them remained when they clashed on that day, fighting for the fate of the world's remains.

But then something strange happened. Both Caythis and Antares disappeared. Never seen again. Not even their bodies were found.

Five years later, a vigilante and special investigator named Zero is perilously close to uncovering the full truth of what really happened. And in so doing, makes himself a threat to powers far beyond his imagining. And he soon learns the harsh consequences, and extraordinary lengths, some will go to keep those truths hidden. And he must navigate webs of lies mixed with truths, all while treading lightly, and wondering whether some things are better kept secret.

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2012
June 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
392
Pages
PUBLISHER
Richard L. Sanders
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
505.7
KB

Customer Reviews

JFnola ,

Secrets of Siverwind

I truly enjoyed this story. Great characters and it moves along nicely.

Cfdguru ,

Great story!

Very engrossing and enjoyable story.

Cubbyrules ,

Amateurish

The story line is weak, character development shallow and the writing extremely sub-par. To say that the conversations between characters were awkward and chock full of cliches is being kind.

I got very little insight into the world/settings from the text and the author repeated sentiments needlessly, almost like he was writing a story for school which had a minimum word requirement that he couldn't meet. All of this caused me to remain unengaged and uninterested in the characters and plot.

In addition, the editing was terrible. There were way too many commas, increasing the awkwardness of the read.

The author may want to read some Abercrombie or Erikson to get a feeling for what good fantasy is like if he hasn't already.

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