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text 2020-04-28 00:33
Reading progress update: I've read 100%.
Rage and Ruin - Jennifer Armentrout

That ending 

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text 2020-04-27 20:52
Reading progress update: I've read 93%.
Rage and Ruin - Jennifer Armentrout

  

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text 2020-04-27 19:22
Reading progress update: I've read 91%.
Rage and Ruin - Jennifer Armentrout

It is more ! Halilullah ! What Wait I was just super happy now i"m super stressed again ? No, no no

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text 2020-04-27 02:23
Reading progress update: I've read 72%.
Rage and Ruin - Jennifer Armentrout

Emotional rollercoaster  I have whiplash  

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review 2020-04-05 14:54
Symphony of Ruin
Symphony of Ruin: A Labyrinth of Souls Novel - Christina Lay

by Christina Lay

 

Ghosts, Fae, magic, Alchemy and a monster from out of the catacombs bringing death to the city. It's all here! The story reads like a very well written Fantasy novel and got my interest right away.

 

Remy is an Alchemist's apprentice and with the Alchemist away, he is left to discover what is coming out of the catacombs to kill people. He encounters ghosts and other creatures in the world of darkness, effectively an underworld journey.

 

Despite being treated like a lowly ratboy by the local hoity-toity, he gets on with the job and seeks to discover why one of their class got buried with commoners. Remy is a likeable character who lets the class insults roll off and applies his own wits and knowledge to untangling some confusing clues to what's really going on.

 

The story is fast moving and leads into a dark journey beneath the city that brings out some of our most primal fears. At times it reminded me of the surreal worlds of Roger Zelazny or The Deathgate Cycle by Weis and Hickman, though not in as much intricate detail. It was an interesting read and I think a new author to watch.

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