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Now the third book makes sense! More later, back to reading. May 03, The Irregular Reader rated it liked it Shelves: goodreads-giveaways , fantasy , adventurey. This book is the second in the Godlander Series by Aaron Pogue. My review of the first book in the series, The Dreams of a Dying God, was written pre-blog, but you can read it here, if you like. Corin Hugh has returned from the ancient city of Jezeeli and emerged in the present day with the favor of a God.
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Tasked by Oberon himself to kill usurper god Epithel, Corin first sets his sight on some satisfying revenge. Unfortunately, it seems that Blake may actually be one of the Vestossis, powerful politicians and rulers who enjoy the favor of Ephithel himself. With the help of a druid ally, Corin must learn to use the magics given to him by Oberon to exact his revenge.
The story itself is engaging. Once the book settles into its rhythm though, it becomes a rather entertaining swashbuckling, monster-fighting, ship-exploding, revenge-seeking, pirate-killing extravaganza. I would recommend this book to fans of straight-up fantasy.
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It does take some work, but once you muddle through the first few chapters, it really does become quite a bit of fun. A copy of this book was provided by the publisher via Goodreads Giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Jan 30, Kimi Court rated it liked it.
I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. This book stands alone but if you have a chance to read the first book it should help you appreciate this one much more, I am assuming. I thought I would like this book because it started out really good it really did , but I find it was a little dull or the body of the book wasn't developed enough for me. I am still not sure which. I actually liked the book.
I read it to the end, so I had to like it, it just felt like it was missing I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. I read it to the end, so I had to like it, it just felt like it was missing something. Overall 3. Dec 26, Perla rated it liked it Shelves: first-reads.
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I thought that this book was an enjoyable read. It really didn't capture my attention at first. At certain parts of the book I felt like it dragged on for a while and I felt like it needed more action, but overall it was nice to read. Jul 23, C. Phipps rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy. An entertaining story of a pirate who lost his ship to a mutinous first mate before marooning him in a lost city. There's also a bunch of stuff about Corin Hugh having a mission to kill an evil god but the majority of it is about how far he's willing to go to get revenge.
This is my An entertaining story of a pirate who lost his ship to a mutinous first mate before marooning him in a lost city. This is my favorite of the trilogy as it focuses on a much more personal story versus the other books' high fantasy. The fact he has no ship as the title says also means his piracy days are over but he doesn't need one since he can travel across the world within an eyeblink. I listened to the audiobook version and prefer it over the textual one as the narrator does an excellent job.
Rogue's Wrath of a Shipless Pirate was a good read but perhaps I was not his audience. He is a good writer and writes dialogue comfortably in the star area, but overshot the scope of the plot for a book this size. This crowding of characters and confusion of which characters were actually Characters and which were Scenery made it difficult to follow or even perceive character development. It would have been a better book for me if the central characters were developed -- as it stood, they held little emotional weight note: I did not read the first book. This book needed more planned well-thought-out attacks instead of the usual wizard, archer, thief, palladin theme.
The pirate twist is unique, as are the romantic pirate chivalry? Disclaimer: This book was provided to me by a Good Reads giveaway to read and review as I saw fit. The author is a good writer and I intend to read his other books in my preffered genre.
This one will to my hubby and daughter who enjoy the Forgotten Realms series and R. Salvetore books.
She is interested in the book and finds the plot engaging, although is awaiting the arrival of the first before continuing. There are scores to settle. Corin is back and filled with a vengeance. He searches out old acquaintances to help him settle deeds done against him and others. The characters are more defined. Some from book one and new ones introduced in this book.
Lots of adventure, lovers lost, treachery and so much more. The war begins in book 3. I very much enjoyed this book. This is the second book in a series and I started with this book so I'm going to backtrack and read the first book before I give a full review.
But I will say that this book grabbed my attention fast and it's hard for me to find authors that keep my interest. Highly recommend.
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Brilliant another brilliant book by Aaron,a great follow up,the main character keep getting better and better eagerly awaiting the next book. Good book Still into the series.
Still liking it. Looking forward to reading the next one. Wish I had time to read them faster. Feb 03, Rusty Dalferes rated it really liked it Shelves: goodreads-first-reads-giveaways. I received this through a Goodreads giveaway at the same time as the first in the series, so thanks to Goodreads, the author, and the publisher for the free books. I was as pleased with this installment as I was with the first. In this book, the main character, Corin Hugh, continues his struggles to obtain revenge and to fulfill his mission from the first book to save the I received this through a Goodreads giveaway at the same time as the first in the series, so thanks to Goodreads, the author, and the publisher for the free books.
In this book, the main character, Corin Hugh, continues his struggles to obtain revenge and to fulfill his mission from the first book to save the integrity of his reality. He gains some new powers, meets some new friends, and reestablishes contact with some old allies, all the while barely stopping to breathe between swashbuckling adventures.
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The action is fast-paced, satisfying plot points are hit with regularity, and the book rapidly becomes something one can't put down. Taking the magic out of the book, I am reminded of the Captain Alatriste series by Arturo Perez-Reverte, as Pogue's storytelling has the air of the historical adventure novel about it.
The only problem I had with the book was realizing that the third in the series is not yet published in paperback. I spent two sleepless nights in a single week finishing the first two books, and I was hoping to dive into the third immediately. Jan 07, Patrick rated it liked it Shelves: first-reads. I happened to enter in the goodreads giveaway around the time it started, and by the time it ended, I was one of the winners.