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Stenibelle: The 3rd Turn of the Shadow tech Goddess (Turns of the Shadow tech Goddess Book 2) by [Garcia, Ren]
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THE 3rd TURN OF THE SHADOW TECH GODDESS The quest of Paymaster Stenstrom spans the planes, taking a bizarre turn in the 3rd universe, as there he is not an affluent man but a woman in desperate circumstances. Lady Stenibelle is imprisoned for her role in the Seeker Affair, is penniless, and her House of Belmont-South Tyrol is on the verge of extinction. Her spirit broken, Stenibelle is resigned to perform her sentence without fuss, do as she is told, and fade away in obscurity. However, fate is not yet finished with her. Stenibelle is in the gaze of hidden benefactors with ulterior motives. People claiming to be her dear friends come forward, yet she does not know them. The Quests of the Shadow tech Goddess proceed, and she must discover the hero that lies within or face total oblivion. The disgraced 30th daughter of the House of Belmont will either be the final stake driven into its dying heart, or the ray of light that comes to save it and all else that follows.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1504 KB
  • Print Length: 188 pages
  • Publisher: Loconeal Publishing, LLC (1 September 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014U378DE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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First off, just look at that cover! I love it! Some of my favorite parts of these books are the artwork.

Once again, this is another great book by Ren Garcia that adds to his fantasy world. I have read (hopefully) all the books written prior; so as I read, I catch a lot of the references to previous books. This really makes the book even more enjoyable with the deeper comprehensive read. I just love having characters from past books show up because it brings the familiar in an unfamiliar world. I find the concept of different dimensions fascinating. I think the author did a great job at expressing his thoughts on the matter in this amazing series. I look forward to reading more!

I am always impressed with how the author comes through with calming my concerns. As I began reading, I quickly came upon a writing element in the story that I did not like. I try to be an open person when it comes to people's sexual preferences, but to have a heterosexual female be pressured to become homosexual was pushing the boundaries of my patience. If it continued to develop the way I thought it was, I was going to dislike the book. But thankfully, it was referred to and open to be able to happen, but not forced within the story. It was a very interesting element in the story and I am very impressed with the way the author treated it.
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