NEW Vengeance The Tainted Realm #1 ☆ Ian Irvine

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  • Vengeance The Tainted Realm #1
  • Ian Irvine
  • English
  • 15 October 2020
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Ian Irvine á 7 review

Ian Irvine á 7 review Read & Download ð eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB á Ian Irvine Free read Vengeance The Tainted Realm #1 When a chance meeting brings Tali and Rix together the secrets of an entire kingdom are uncovered and a villain out of legend returns to throw the land into chaos Tali and Rix must learn to trust each other and find a way to save the realm and themselv This book was hard to read the language was not good it sounded as though a teenager was trying to sound intelligent writing a story for a testThe story jumps around too much and the fights and missions are so drawn out they become unbearable to readNames of places in the book were appalling Over all it was not a very well written or thought out book

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Ian Irvine á 7 review Read & Download ð eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB á Ian Irvine Free read Vengeance The Tainted Realm #1 Yes of those who live above ground she will find her mother's killers and bring them to justiceRix heir to Hightspall's greatest fortune is tormented by the fear that he's linked to the murder and by a sickening nightmare that he's doomed to repeat it Hello there everyone If your here to know about Ian Irvine s new book Vengeance I can tell you you ve come to the right place After hearing about the publishing of Vengeance I knew I had to get my hands on it and my eyes within in So after just under three days of searching I found it in my local town I picked the book up and begin reading in the middle of the isle After the first sentence in chapter one I was already interested I m not going to deny it Vengeance was my first Ian Irvine book Also my fourth fantasy novelistMy other fantasy novelist were authored by JK Rowling Harry Potter But that is a different note after getting the book home I began reading the hours ticked bye The pages were turning uietly three hours had passed The book never left my hands nor did the words leave my eyesight I much enjoyed the thought and imagination put into the character s Tobry Rix along the side of Rannilt and Tail I didn t know much about the author before reading the book Vengeance but now Is a different story Ian is by far the best fantasy novelist I ve ever had the pleasure in reviewing or reading his work I was very pleased in the way the book folded in with the vengeful side of it s topic But on a negative note I personally thought that in the planning of Tali s escape and Rix s introduction More planning was done on one side then the other if you may the scales were uneven Throughout some of that time I was disappointed not immensely but a small taste But the way Rix was stated in this time scaled my disappointment back to a minimal level After part one my interest grew immensely Part two Pursuit was incredible By far one of the best parts inside the book After finishing part one I remember asking myself Will this get any better How will Ian top the previous part Can he do it When Pursuit was just a page turn away I had to take a sneak peek I loved every word I read just under the sneak peak duration every sentence was a battle to beat the previous one which was clearly impossible Or close to it I ve never been gobsmacked so many times in under five weeks The book in general was incredible epic fantasy and down right worth the time and relaxation to read the book I highly was fascinated by the book overall I personal can t wait for the second book in the Tainted Realm Trilogy Rebellion I m wondering if Ian can beat the first and live up to being vengeful I m also hoping and wondering if Rebellion will be better then Vengeance Before I finish this review I d like to state that overall I d rate the book a 96 out of 1000 Ian it was extremely great for my fifth novel you left me guessing for And by far expect me to buy Rebellion I m looking forward to it And for those who are new to Ian s books I d highly suggest picking book one of the Tainted Realm as a powerful introduction All the best for the series Ian and Orbit Books Directly to you Ian Yours faithfully a follow writer Reece Dow

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Ian Irvine á 7 review Read & Download ð eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB á Ian Irvine Free read Vengeance The Tainted Realm #1 Ten years ago two children witnessed a murder that still haunts them as adultsTali watched as two masked figures killed her mother and now she has sworn revenge Even though she is a slave Even though she is powerless Even though she is nothing in the e It is with a large amount of sadness that I say that this is one of the most disappointing reads I have ever encountered Irvine has for many years been an author I have held in high esteem if not one of my favourites for his Three Worlds saga Apart from being the first book I ever bought The View From the Mirror series had such a profound effect on me I even did an independent study on it in high school and so I was really looking forward to a new work by IrvineTo put it bluntly this book felt like it was written by an inexperienced teenager Nearly every element of Vengeance was so clumsy and inconsistent I had to pause at least once every two pages to roll my eyes or wrinkle my nose with distaste I even completely gave up a uarter of the way through and after a week s break had to force myself to finish itRix is by far the most perplexing protagonist in the history of everything Even by the end I had no idea what his character actually was His reactions and reasoning are so ridiculous in some scenes it sounds like he is being narrated by a six year old girl Many of the books problems come from the pace In two pages Rix lusts after another character swears to remain chaste meets said character leers becomes revolted by her and then randomly rides away leaving his companion behind for no discernible reason other than it helps the plot along Absolutely nothing about the characters is precedented or follows through other than Tobry s mortal fear of shifters which Irvine mentions no less than fifty bajillion timesThere are even many situations where the characters leave a climactic and dire situation which should leave them emotionally and mentally if not physically wounded and yet mere hours later they are chilling on the couch with wine Absolutely zero consistency in anyway shape or formDon t even get me started on the gaping plot holes not the least of which is a glaringly obvious oversight in the chronology of things which leaves a good sixty year gap in a part of the backstoryVengeance in some ways is very similar to Irvine s previous work he definitely knows how to stick it to his protagonists getting them in sticky that s putting it lightly situation again and again without reprieve However while I think this really worked in the Three Worlds saga it was overkilled in Vengeance to the point where it became exasperating and unbelievableThe story itself while improving dramatically in the last half when elements finally started coming together was unnecessarily complicated in parts and vastly underdeveloped in others The terminology introduced in Cython was ridiculously confusing and than a little naff actually a lot of things in this book were naff like naming the volcanoes the vomits The greatest problem I had was that in fact I believed the antagonists to be in the right and began rooting for them and it wasn t done in any kind of clever there are no clearly good or evil way either it was just that the protagonists were clearly on the side that started the whole thing and were in the wrong Were there any good things about Vengeance I have to admit that by the last half I was a lot invested in the story and it became generally easier to read although whether this was because it had actually gotten better or that I had just become accustomed to it I m not sure Tali is a character is far consistent and interesting and was honestly this books saving grace she reminded me uite a lot of Karan and Tiaan two of Irvine s previous strong female protagonistsBy the end of the book I was really ready for it all to wrap up and it could have except Irvine then throws in some extremely late minute curve balls setting up for the next two books I do feel like I want to continue with the story but only out of obligation rather than because I actually enjoyed itSo other than harbouring some bitter disappointment I am now genuinely perplexed as to how an author can produce works of such vastly different uality one friend suggested that he got a ghost writer to do it it wouldn t surprise me