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For Gods and For Men (Lifeblood Saga, #1) - James R. Johnson
For Gods and For Men (Lifeblood Saga, #1)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9782365230308 (236523030X)
Publisher: Delizon Publishers
Pages no: 301
Edition language: English
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3.0 For Gods and For Men (Lifeblood Saga, #1)
What did you like about the main character - I liked Marcus because he was an intelligent character who added more magic to this mythological tale. I appreciate the attention that the author gave to creating a multi-layered character. What I liked about the setting in this book - The cave was intere...
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3.0 For Gods and For Men (Lifeblood Saga, #1)
Content (overall theme, idea and setting) - The idea was good enough to provide me with the literary escape I needed. Readers are pulled into a whole new world where Castimus finds out that he is immortal and becomes embroiled in a mission to save the world. What I liked - The idea of immortality an...
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4.0 For Gods and For Men (Lifeblood Saga, #1)
Did you find that the cover and title represented what the story was really about? It fit the time period and was simple enough for this reader to understand the connection. But would I pick up the book if I saw it in a bookstore? Probably not. ...
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3.0 For Gods and For Men (Lifeblood Saga, #1)
What motivates a given character’s actions? Marcus thinks if he is immortal, he will finally have power. The only drive for him was to marry a woman, whom he thought would help him get into political office. This part of the story unfolded interestingly, be careful what you wish for. ...
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3.0 For Gods and For Men (Lifeblood Saga, #1)
What were the main themes of the book? Lies, politics, love and humanity. For the most part, these themes were carried out strongly throughout the book but at some sections the cohesiveness between theme and characters was much desired and I would have preferred a more straightforward approach. The ...
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