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Talonfall: A Short Story of the Three Acts of Penance by S.G. Night
He knew he needed to pay attention to the folk following them. A chime sounded, and an elevator going up arrived. Isaac rushed in, stifling his claustrophobia. There needed to be someone else at the elevator for the doorways to shut so quickly. Isaac circled to work out who it used to be. She was once sporting the massive pretend leather-based turquoise bag in addition. She smiled while she observed Isaac. She referred to as me and advised me you have been going to attempt to get your mom out.
I rushed the following instantly.
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My strict orders forbade your mom from leaving her room, and that she be stored on her medicines. You hate her for a few bizarre cause … for enjoying the piano. She used to be livid, although she nonetheless spoke in her habitually delicate voice. I by no means must have allowed you at the flooring. She complicated on Isaac. Candi used to be inches clear of him while the elevator stopped and the door in the back of her opened.
Ciano stepped on.
She jerked and appeared without notice alert whilst she observed Candi with the scalpel. I suspected it prior to, yet now i do know it. The door in entrance of Isaac opened. Kyle Bennett rated it really liked it Apr 30, Thomas Orpen rated it liked it Jan 21, Luis Cantu rated it it was amazing May 08, William rated it really liked it Jul 26, Kai rated it it was amazing Jan 04, Darren McGowan rated it liked it May 24, Jen Goodnight rated it it was amazing May 15, Michael rated it it was amazing Mar 19, Vivek rated it it was amazing Feb 18, Pedro rated it liked it Dec 23, Sean rated it liked it Nov 04, Fernando rated it really liked it Dec 07, Michael DeBlois rated it it was amazing Sep 30, Matt rated it liked it Apr 20, Michael Breeden rated it really liked it Jun 21, Olivia Michaux rated it it was amazing Jul 24, Erika marked it as to-read Dec 30, Kathleen K marked it as to-read Dec 31, Sarah marked it as to-read Jan 04, Paul Martin marked it as to-read Jan 05, Benjamin Thornton marked it as to-read Jan 20, Motlib marked it as to-read Jan 27, Scott marked it as to-read Feb 02, Amber Stecher marked it as to-read Feb 03, Shirley marked it as to-read Feb 14, Charles Patrick marked it as to-read Feb 16, Lepik marked it as to-read Feb 16, Autumn Is Azathoth marked it as to-read Mar 01, Lura marked it as to-read Mar 19, Luke marked it as to-read Mar 21, Trish marked it as to-read Apr 11, Randy Freitas marked it as to-read May 04, Penny marked it as to-read May 09, Crista marked it as to-read May 12, Stephanie marked it as to-read May 13, Hamza marked it as to-read May 16, T marked it as to-read May 16, Chris marked it as to-read May 22, Chris Madden marked it as to-read Jun 02, Raymond Libongcogon marked it as to-read Jul 06, Unfortunately for Night, age can excuse the flaws in this work, but it cannot erase them.
When compared to the works of the relatively elder statesmen that populate the fantasy world, this doesn't quite hold up. On the plus side, Night continues to write. His Inspector Vego mystery shows a maturity that parts of Attrition lacked, and you wouldn't bet against the man becoming something special as he continues to learn his craft.
Attrition is definitely worth a look, so long as it is viewed through eyes that acknowledge the prodigious youth that wrote it.
Sep 14, N. Shelves: new-adult , high-fantasy , epic-fantasy , fantasy , sf-assassins. This has become one of my all-time favorite books! SG Night does an excellent job of relating Racath Thanjel's epic tale--the plot is riveting, and there is a perfect blend of action, background, and plot development.
Each scene flows perfectly to the next, and the end of each chapter leaves you excited to turn the page. The characters are fabulously developed, and I found myself very attached to all of them by the book's end I love you Notak!! This novel definitely paves the way for an excel This has become one of my all-time favorite books! This novel definitely paves the way for an excellent career for young Mr. Night just 18 years old??
How awesome is that?? Don't hesitate to pick up a copy - money well spent. This book gave me chills. It all felt so real. On my long metro commutes into work, tired as I was from getting up early, I would still be happy to be awake because I had this book with me. Sometimes I wanted to miss my stop just so I could keep reading.
On other days I would walk down the street towards the office still reading, or keep reading it in the elevator up to my floor, or while my computer booted up at my desk. I walked into things more than once because I simply couldn't put it down. I am an avid fantasy reader and I can honestly say I haven't read a book this gripping in months, if not years.
SG Night will be one of the great authors of this genre. I am so impressed that he is only I hope he has many, many more stories to tell. This is probably of my favorite books of all time. The detail of the book is so deep, and the imagery created by SG Night makes you feel like you're in Talkrilia. In every single chapter, there is something incredible to look forward to, whether it be a fight or mind-blowing information about the plot.
The chemistry of the characters in the book is something else in itself. The way that SG Night makes you connect to his characters just adds so much more to the book. You can really sympathize wit This is probably of my favorite books of all time. You can really sympathize with them and step into their shoes.
SG Night does a fabulous job making the world come to life, but more importantly, he knows how to catch your attention. Recommended to all people who enjoy a good read! I fell in love with the writing it was perfect! The plot was typical but interesting. It was long, but it held my attention and was easy to get engrossed in. The descriptions and settings were wonderfully done. It was a bit lacking in romance, but that could change with the rest of the series. Would I read more by this author?
I will indeed. Would I recommend this book to others? I have already done so, and will continue to recommend it to anyone I see! See the full review on my website, Awesome Book Assessment. Great story! A war between good and evil played out in a dark fantasy universe with great depth and history.
With main characters that you can't help but root for. Couple of slight niggles for me: I thought the last fight sequence was a bit too predictable and there was the use of too many unconventional words. The latter wasn't always required and got me checking my dictionary a bit more then I wanted to - grateful to my kindle's built in dictionary! That being said, these are minor points as i Great story! That being said, these are minor points as it's generally a great read! Look forward to the next installment!
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An incredibly well written story that sucks you in quickly. Night's detailed descriptions make you feel as if you are a part of the story. The world he has created is masterfully formed. Each character is so well formed, I grew attached to them very early on. I am hanging on the edge waiting for the next book to come out. An excellent story. The characters were believable. I look forward to the other two acts of penance. The editors need to work better finding and fixing grammatical and spelling errors, nitpicking, I know.
Unbelievably good That's all that needs to be said. Well written. What's gonna happen with Brahn and Rachel?? How long do I have to wait for book two???? Legen-wait for it-dary! Starting out this book, I'm not gonna lie, was a bit difficult. The wording was very I don't mind flowery writing, but it was more the fact that the author wrote as if I already knew what was going on. But it only took me the first few chapters to get a grip on the story and Racath's character, which is absolutely fantastic by the way.
I loved the progression of the story, and the way you incorporated the narrator of the story.
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VERY clever on your part Night! But that doesn't go without saying that Racath and Co. I'm not afraid to admit that is stayed up late multiple nights telling myself, "Just one more chapter Too many adjectives, or just too many words in general Begin the eye roll because I'm writing a review on a BOOK It didn't happen often, but a few times I felt as if the descriptions and sentences dragged on a bit.
That was in though. That was the only thing I felt I needed to comment on. Over all I seriously enjoyed reading this book and will most definitely be reading it again in the future. Thanks for the great read!
I await the next book fauling eagerly! A fresh, finely-crafted fantasy with an excellent balance of character, action, and drama. Night brings a stunning, original world to life, chalk-full of history and fascinating lore.