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10 thoughts on “The Dawning of Power

  1. says:

    I m not sure how the YA escaped me I guess I was glad to see a freebie that was a complete trilogy heads up it s NOT a complete series Disappointed to find YA must mean half grown, as this left me wondering where the rest of the story was Yes, all the requisite elements are here, as though the author followed a careful script, but I dunno It seemed to lack life or a sense this was a real world Maybe it was the POV or the fact no one spoke or behaved like real people You couldn t tell anyone apart by their voice because they all spoke with the same passionless one.They seemed to know their roles, but demonstrated no great insight into why or how it came so easy to accept and play their parts The characters were incomplete and lacked believability I mean, if I m an ill educated rube from the farm, it s it logical I would gracefully accept weird powers or a quest to save the world, or be able to fit in with everyone from sailors to monks to nobles Should I have an affinity for learning languages and dialects Would I believe so easily that I was protector of a mythological heroine and be willing to sacrifice ...


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    Omnibus all three books I apologize for the length of the following review I find that the longer a book is, the shorter my reviews tend to get It makes no sense, but I tend to just give the bare minimum for larger works and ramble on about shorter ones Sort of like I am rambling now..Book one book did a pretty fair job setting up Catrin as a character in my mind For a female MC, she is very relate able and can be tough if the situation calls for it though she has her annoying moments as do all book characters at one point or another She was interesting and I enjoyed watching her grow throughout the book as she adjusted to all the new changes in her life While some aspects of the book progressed too quickly, others lagged But for the most part, it was well paced and I enjoyed the new characters and places as they were introduced I especially loved the world created by the author Very original with an interesting blend of dark and light Fantasy characters are always a joy to read about, and these characters were no exception I may have had a small problem really clicking with the supporting characters, but I still enjoyed them.Book two took a little longer to get some action going, but once I soldiered on through the first bit of action, it was pretty good I still had a bit of a problem with the other characters, but Catrin remained easier to empathize with Pretty good and a slight step u...


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    Brian Rathbone, captures your attention from page one keeps it until the last page of the 3rd book He has built a world filled w interesting characters, never ending action The twist turns that the story takes leaves you filled w wonder, fascina...


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    Young Catrin Volker was just a normal girl that is till that fatal day All Catrin remembers is walking home from school and trying to help her friend, Osbourne from being pummeled to death by a group of townies One moment Catrin feared that she would soon breathe her last breath and the next moment she was waking up in what can only be described as some kind of nightmare Osbourne and Catrin were alive and so were the townies barely.All of the townsfolk are now looking at Catrin like she is some kind of witch Which wouldn t be so terrible if Catrin wasn t going through a change Something is happening to her Days pass Suddenly out of nowhere a comet appears in the sky The once peaceful town of Godfist is attacked Benji a friend of Catrin s father whisks Catrin, Osbourne, and a few other people away from Godfist Benji reveals to Catrin that is not just her father s friend but guardian to the Herald Benji also tells Catrin that the changes she is experiencing is because she is the Herald of Istra Catrin, Benji, Osbourne and the rest of the group set out for the Greatland to locate the Cathurans They can help Catrin learn about her new powers and how to use them.Let me first start off by saying this story completely surprised me in a good way Fantasy books and I have a so, so...


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    I have been listening to The Dawning of Power on audio and have about 7 hours left to finish up I m undecided yet if I would have rather read the books There is a lot that goes on in the story and in many parts you really need to pay attention or you might miss a major point in the story Since, I usually listen while I m working on other things there were a few times when I found myself having to rewind and catch back up.The narrator does a good job of giving the multiple points of views their own personality and the author does a fantastic job of telling the story in multiple points of views He also does a great job on character development Although, there were times when I felt that the development was a little drawn out For instance, the main character Catrin discovers her abilities early on in the story but doesn t really use them a lot There is a lot of time spent building up to things during the story and sometimes the end result falls a little flat.The story itself is really interesting with characters that I really enjoyed There were some parts of the story that felt a little familiar to other books in this genre but overall I found the story to be an enjoyable listen that I was anxious to contin...


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    It s hard for me to get into fantasy, even though I like to write it.Yet, though I don t read much of it, it seems lately I ve read than my norm.My publisher suggested I read The Dawning of Power He even let me borrow his copy I ll admit, I nearly put this book down At the start, I was lost I wasn t into it A bit bored Perhaps it was reading too late at night Perhaps it was just my mood No matter, I sat the book down for a week.Usually, it s over at that point off to the cemetery of unread books.I m glad I gave The Dawning of Power another chance I found the story to be a solid, intense read It was thick, in depth, and sometimes over my head.This book is long a hefty read This isn t necessarily a bad thing, but be ready and be patient It was a bit intimidating at first, but I found myself flying through the pages.My only complaint The Dawning of Power is mostly a character driven book Overall, I felt Mr Rathbone s characters were vivid and alive Likeable However, the vast amount of characterization took away from the story at times I felt it was lacking in drama tension the chase The white knuckle, page turning feeling wasn t always present However, this didn t distract me, and it was not always the case I simply felt Mr Rathbone could have put a bit emphasis on the suspense Regardless, it didn t take away from my enjoyment Overall, The Dawning of Power i...


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    Legend says that a Herald will be born who will save the land of Godfist from invaders This Herald will fight for their freedom To some it is only a legend but to others it is a prophecy, waiting to be fulfilled The Zjhon are ancient enemies and are planning an attack but no one takes heed of these warnings until it is too late Now it is up to the Herald to save them The question is will the Herald realize her destiny in time to save Godfist But that s not all the Zjhon believe in the prophecy and have given the order to search for the Herald and do away with her This is an intriguing fantasy and is hard to put down The description of scenery is so well written that I could imagine it in my mind The characters are believable and well developed I thoroughly enjoyed this book The Dawning of Power is a trilogy, which includes Call of the Herald, In...


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    I like fantasy even if its done over and over again This books plot line and charcters wree good The author is an indie author and I was impressed with his talent There were times it was hard to get into in the beginning but as I went on the story kept my attention The writing was good but needed polished in my opinion and sometimes I felt it was long winded and even a bit to long The story unfolded and I hope that doesn t hurt the author because ...


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    First, I would like to thank the author Brian Rathbone for giving me this book for an honest review This is the first three books of the World of Godsland I was completely engrossed from beginning to end The characters are strong and they all make up the many characters that keep this story going The story keeps you wanting , for me so much that now that I am finished I am wanti...


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    I enjoyed the book in its entirety The descriptive style in the book really made you feel like you were involved in the story as the description made the scenes easy to imagine While the story was slow in some places, the characters became easy to identify with, both pos...


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