Origins

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Origins

Origins The legend said that the weapon bearers used them to defeat the Gods That when these great warriors vanished and the memory of their actions was forgotten their weapons were lost also Not all of them

  • Title: Origins
  • Author: Angelo Tsanatelis
  • ISBN: 9781458002600
  • Page: 350
  • Format: ebook
  • The legend said that the weapon bearers used them to defeat the Gods That when these great warriors vanished and the memory of their actions was forgotten, their weapons were lost also Not all of them though Some were kept, preserved by men of knowledge It is said that there will be a time when the people will try and use the living swords again, but when that time finThe legend said that the weapon bearers used them to defeat the Gods That when these great warriors vanished and the memory of their actions was forgotten, their weapons were lost also Not all of them though Some were kept, preserved by men of knowledge It is said that there will be a time when the people will try and use the living swords again, but when that time finally comes, one of them will disagree and steal its freedom from the hands of man.A young orphan Philip, accepts the proposal of a mysterious wandering Asian warrior to assist him in his quests, after he promises him fame, wealth and titles But in a world full of dangers and secrets, everyone has his own agenda and the young orphan realizes that if he wants to stay alive, he must learn to wield a Living Sword.Unrated 3rd Edition

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    1. Mary on said:

      A good fast read, with nice characters and lots of action. Interesting story overall that keeps you wanting for more. The ending was a surprise that brought the story at full circle. I recommend it.

    2. Michael T. Millegan on said:

      Well I had great fun reading this one. The action is non-stop at times and the occasional humor adds to the whole atmosphere well. Nice historical setting and the concealed throughout the book back-story isn't revealed until the last pages. Loved the ending, very rewarding in my eyes. I am rooting for a sequel.

    3. Sasha on said:

      A touching tale, with a real-life common teen, as a protagonist, thrown into a violent, unforgiving world, from the very first page and asked to swim or die. I enjoyed it a lot and I eagerly wait for the sequel to come out. Simple, fast reading and funny.

    4. Viviane Langrou on said:

      I was pleasantly surprised. A good friend recommended it and I was hooked from the first page. Great story, a lovable protagonist and an ending that feels like a beginning. Thumbs up!

    5. Rae Sun Yi on said:

      A good solid read, that doesn't shy away from difficult subjects nor try to hide its flaws. Although it introduces a number of very interesting characters, it doesn't get carried away, but rather stays on the protagonist throughout the story. I would prefer it to be longer, but as an introductory novel, it serves its purpose, that is to make the reader want, to read the sequel. Sharp like a blade and extremely violent at times, cunningly deceiving, through a number of unrelated incidents, that s [...]

    6. Kim Young on said:

      I didn't see the ending coming from a mile and that alone was enough for me to give it five stars, in a sea of books that I can figure out in a heartbeat. But then it was really raw at times, thank god I know my way around indie books, extremely violent for my tastes and you have to really wait for any kind of romance to kick in. The second chapter changes the pace of the story somewhat, but again everything ends in a sea of blood. It has an extremely intriguing, background story though 3.5 star [...]

    7. Nancy on said:

      At first I wasn't that impressed, it seemed like a story in the usual fantasy/adventure style, a boy first loses everything and must start from scratch. So little by little he climbs the social ladder etc. I thought yeah okay, so what? Well thanks to a friend that had warned me to stick around, I moved, I admit, quickly through this part of the book and then the whole thing changed. There is a backstory that slowly kicks in, two villains completely different from each other, and a number of char [...]

    8. Jason Sanders on said:

      Well I just finished reading it. Wow, it was a fast read. Good story, with very interesting characters. A grant prologue in a way, for the sequels (two as I understand) that I've read, are on their final stages. I loved the fact that although opened-ended, this could serve as a standalone novel. But plainly it is not the whole story. Maybe a touch too violent, surprisingly romantic in its own way, with some really dubious villains, but you expect as much from a sword and sandal period novel. PS. [...]

    9. Vera Gustev on said:

      After some getting used to, with the author's style, I enjoyed it, it was getting better & better as it moved along, until the unexpected finale; the battle scene at the end of the 1st chapter was epic! I've read the 2nd edition.

    10. Aahna on said:

      I started reading this book over a month back after the insistence of my brother who was entertained reading it; Then I forgot about it completely for a couple of weeks and started it again after the end of my classes on my Kindle. The book is split into two parts. The events of the first part are unfolding mainly in Spain and Portugal and those of the second in Devon, England.The story starts around 965 AD introducing the main character Philip a young orphan boy who in the first pages of the bo [...]

    11. Tiffany on said:

      I don't say this about many books, but I can't make it through this one. It seems every other sentence has a grammar error, and it's just too distracting.

    12. Hari on said:

      According to Aldiko, I'm at the 27th page of a total 160 that this book possesses, and I've encountered dozens of grammatical mistakes, and improper word uses. This writing is dreadfully boring, and sentence construction is headache-inducing.Yes, you may think that I'm not giving this book a chance but, quite frankly, I'm not willing to spend time on something that reads like an inept high-schooler's D-grade essay. The only upside, as far as I can tell, is that I spent only $2 to get this on sma [...]

    13. Calendar Grrl on said:

      A little difficult to follow until I got the hang of the odd translations, but then I got lost again at the end.

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