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Phoenix’s Refrain (Legion of Angels Book 10) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B09BD711HT
- Publisher : Night Spark Media (1 August 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 3643 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 330 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 17,113 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Sorry for the negative review. I waited over a year for this next installment.
1. I either matured alot in that year or this book is too childish or immature for me.
2.i understand that she is an angel of Choas however, the dialogue between her and other characters are that if a 10 year old. Shows no emotional depth or growth from book one. You can have chaotic people that doesn't have a mind if a child. It's very frustrating and off putting. Makes me feel that I'm reading a children's book.
3. There was too much repetition of the same discussion / argument that lasted for pages. They kept talking about what the guardian want or their motives for the entire book. Remember how I discussed about growth?
4. There was no plot growth. Nothing much happened. Earlier point. They kept talking about the others plans and then kept having flashbacks that had added nothing to the story but fill pages. Except the last flashback which in my opinion should have been done sooner and moved the story on.
5. Last chapter was crap. Just gonna be honest. The whole book was talking bout the guardian and their plans. The only fight scene at the end of the book where we all thought we were gonna get action....
I'm still waiting. The author must have ran out of steam or was too scared to put pen to paper
I can't wrote or negative points. There were good points as well even though they were few and far between.
1. I liked the flirting between Pandora and Nero
2. Loved the history of her parents and we got to see mainly her mothers story.
Areas for development.
1. More character growth is Pandora 24 years old make her more mature instead of childlike. She can be chaos without seeming like a person with less intelligence.
2. Show more plot, more pace of the story. Write more engaging fight scenes.
Will I read the next book? Maybe. But I think the author is drawing the story out at this point.
Either finish the series or just move along with the plot at an acceptable speed.
A whole year to have basically flashbacks and 1/3 of a fight at the end.
overall it felt very rushed and lacked that her natural laid back flow of a good book with its intense edge of your seat moments that i feel that the author does so well normally, it's so strange. i would have loved to see more of Leda's everyday life and struggles and adapting to being incharge of the plain of monsters. it felt like things got solved too neatly towards the end of the book. like all of a sudden everything SPOILER.... was fixed, the monsters were gone all the battles were won sort of thing, like an end to this story ark to seemingly start a new one without going through the motions of the battle of how i thought it would be done. oh well, i would still buy the next one whenever it's out, im too invested now :D