Killer


Killer
by David Drake & Karl Wagner
Ebook, 193 Pages
My rating: 1 of 5 stars



Could really have been predator. But the main protagonist, the hunter, I wished he had died.

Shallow and boring.

The Legions of Fire


The Legions of Fire
Book of the Elements #1
by David Drake
Ebook, 368 Pages
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

 

While this was supposed to be a romping fantasy, several items really detracted from my enjoyment of it.

1: This was a Lord of the Isles remix[which I loved by the way], with several character types and personalities mixed around a bit and a very blase badguy. I was hoping for something original, but it felt like David Eddings The Tamuli, formulaic regurgitated rehash.

2: several sexual situations that added nothing but titillation to the story. They weren’t necessary and it really felt like the story became gutter worthy because of them.

3: Snappy thoughts/comebacks. Too much, too many all the time. Nobody is always clever. Nobody.

So I can’t really recommend this series unless you are in love with Drake and his style of writing fantasy. If you are in love with him, you’ll probably eat this up and ask for more…

Mirror of Worlds

mirrorofworlds (Custom)Mirror of Worlds

Crown of the Isles #2

Lord of the Isles #8

David Drake

Fantasy

3 Stars

333 Pages

 

More of the same. I figure if I wait 3 years to read the final book [whenever it comes out], I should be able to make it through. Ilna’s “hating of the world” just really wears thin really quick. AND, how did the world survive? It seems like there are super gods, or superbadpowerful men, or creatures, just lined up to the horizon to personally make the world hard for Garric and Co.