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Ascension: Book 2 of the Dominion Series Paperback – 11 December 2012
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- Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (11 December 2012)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 362 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1481097725
- ISBN-13 : 978-1481097727
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 2.08 x 20.32 cm
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Written in the present tense bothered me a bit with a lack on tension building. Our protagonist goes from declaring never to do something to doing it in her next action. She flips from loving one, to another, then the last 20% sees someone - no spoilers - come into her life at the exclusion of all others. We literally don’t hear a peep from some people who were pivotal to the earlier story.
I persevered with book 1 but this one is worse. I can see the bones of a concept but the overall product was lacking for me. I won’t be reading more.
It's very repetitive, to the extent that this book, book 2 is completely unnecessary. Seriously, you could skip to book 3 and not miss it.
So consider this a review for all five books and maybe it will save you some pain in reading it - and this review may have some obscure spoilers.
It's full of red herrings and dead end ends.
Through all 5 five books the heroine is constantly kept in the dark and told "you have to trust me". It’s so unbelievable that the heroine, a concert pianist/ballerina/scientist/vampire killing adept would accept this. For the reader it's at first frustrating and then slips into just plain irritating.
As for the badass super skilled heroine? She has the personality of a potato. Pulled between the two male leads like a puppy's chew toy for 5 (!) books she never uses any of these amazing skills and is an utter pudding. It's all pathetic angsty "but does he really love meeeeee" for 5 books, only to tie it all up with pretty little bow and a happy ever after in the final 2% as the final insult.
And even the grand finale is not that grand, it's more "oops I slipped".
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