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video 2020-06-14 22:47
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review 2015-01-27 15:15
Richly detailed debut
Trapped in a Guilded Cage - Cara Wylde

This is Cara's debut novel & boy what a fantastically thought out start to her series. 'Trapped in a Gilded Cage' is book 1 in the Sold to the Alpha series and this series has to be read in order.

Cara's writting is richly detailed, from the characters, to the landscape & history. Stories within the storyline pop out at you throughout, wheather it be the gothic love story described by Max (Alpha werewolf) or the horific stories from the girls & how they came to be at Alma Venus. The landscapes are described in such detail that you feel like you can visualize the forests & smell the dampness in the air....

I can't wait to get my hands on book 2 & find out how things progress.....

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review 2013-10-18 21:32
Guilded Age, Volume One - T. Campbell Guilded Age, Volume One - T. Campbell

This book is just chock full of both good and bad. I liked the characters quite a lot, but the jumping-all-over-the-place timline left me confused on multiple occasions as to what was going on with the plot. I liked the art, but there were times it left me just confused about what was going on during a given sequence. I enjoyed the anachronistic chatter from some of them, but it was so divested from the eye-wink sort of unreality of series like RPGWorld, Adventurers or Order of the stick that it felt out of place.

So... no great, not bad. Prolly worth checking out online for free to see if picking up the physical book is worth it to you though.

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