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by Kevin Robert Middleton


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Assassin, Half Elf, and Sorcerer Bella – Taken from the streets of her native land as a child, she’s thrust into an exotic world where assassination is as common place as mead wine. She’ll come to understand everything is not always as it appears, and that sometimes the best of friends, make the deadliest of enemies. Da-Xia – In a world where the intermixing of the races is considered treasonous, one lone half elf struggles to overcome all discriminations. Chosen for a suicide mission by his lord, he must struggle against overwhelming odds to uncover a mystery that’s existed for two thousand years. His adventures may very well unlock the key to the past, and paint a future that none dreamed possible. Eric – Born before the time of most recorded history, Eric has never known his heritage. The direction his life is about to take will provide him with the opportunity to discover his birthright, but will he willingly accept that truth? A magician without compare, he’ll be forced to acknowledge that his powers mean nothing in the great scheme of things. Bella, Da-Xia, and Eric are the assassin, half elf, and sorcerer; an event that was hailed and farewelled centuries before will intertwine their fates. Shashka, God of Darkness and Anger, centuries ago enacted the might of procreation, a magic that was forbidden on the day of awareness, and thus the universe was brought into being, however events set into motion that day are only now seeing fruition.
Auau
I was very surprised by this book. I had never heard of the author and was looking for something to read it was an excellent deal so I gave it a go, and wow he had a way of dragging you along with the lives of his characters and really just kept me on pins and needles right to the end. Was very well written and anything that lets me escape the real world for a little bit and put me in a new one is worth any price. I would highly recommend you purchasing this book you will not be sorry.
Marr
Have not had much time for reading lately but this book has got me into reading more and more could not stop reading untill it was all done. This book was so well done it held my intrest and did not let me down. If you are into fantasy then this is the book for you.
Ance
This entire story suffers from awful world building. The society within which the characters operate is simply so unrealistic that I simply couldn't get into the story whatsoever. We basically have a typical feudal fantasy society, but everything is skewed with jarring modern legal principles, modern behaviors, and modern values. Likewise, the main characters display behaviors that are equally unbelievable.

As we all know, to make a good fantasy, the author needs to write the story in such a way so as to allow the reader to "suspend his/her disbelief". This author didn't do this. Not by a mile. Or three.

I couldn't even get to the halfway mark before I had to press "Home" followed shortly thereafter by "Delete" on my Kindle.
ME
Thank goodness the book was cheap. I am about half way through it and the only reason I pick it up again after tossing it down in contempt is my own self destructive need to finish books once I start them. Grammatical and typographical errors everywhere, a story better suited for elementary school age fiction due to its predictability,and a lack of interesting characters are all factors in the poor rating of this book. The only reason I didn't give it one star is because I reserve that rating for books so horrible I just can't complete them. We'll see, if I can't power through this piece of crap it may end up with a one star rating later!
Phenade
I can't honestly say that I didn't enjoy the story, but I found myself wondering if this was a translation, it isn't. A lot of the language was jarring, not that the words were often wrong but they often carried the wrong connotations, the most obvious example was referring to a sleeping drug as a "soporific carcinogen", then stating that it has no long lasting effects. If you can get past that then the story itself is standard fantasy fare, evil orcs, arrogant elves, abused former assassin on a path to redemption.
I got it for free so was not too disappointed, I assume the positive comments are pranks so good luck.
Precious
A fun story, well written. I highly recommend it to anybody who enjoys magic, wizards and spells. This is an author to watch.
Uickabrod
A terrific novel filled with adventure, fascinating characters, and a story that kept me turning pages well into the middle of the night. Looking forward to more from this author.
The world and the characters in The Battle of the Gatehouse immediately draws in the reader. The writing is superb with very compelling character struggles. A page turner from beginning to end.
The Battle of the GateHouse: Book One of the Last Age ebook
Author:
Kevin Robert Middleton
Category:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
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EPUB size:
1633 kb
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1885 kb
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1665 kb
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Publisher:
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 20, 2012)
Pages:
336 pages
Rating:
4.7
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