Kingdoms of the Cursed: The High and Faraway, Book Two



Kingdoms of the Cursed: The High and Faraway, Book TwoThe Six Biological Kingdoms ThoughtCo These Classifications Are Based On Cladistics, Which Notes That Kingdoms In The Traditional Sense Are Not Monophyletic That Is, They Do Not All Have A Common Ancestor Archaebacteria Moelyn Photos Getty Images Archaebacteria Are Single Celled Prokaryotes Originally Thought To Be Bacteria They Are In The Archaea Domain And Have A Unique Ribosomal RNA Type The Cell Wall Composition OfKingdom Biology WikipediaRomance Of The Three Kingdoms XIV Jeuxvideo Ce Nouvel Opus De La Srie Se Droule Une Nouvelle Fois Durant La Chute De La Dynastie Han En Chine Antique De La Guerre Aux Affaires Diplomatiques, Tout Passe Par La Prise De Contrle De Seven Kingdoms Game Of Thrones Wiki FandomKingdom WikipdiaRomance Of The Three Kingdoms XIII Jeuxvideo Romance Of The Three Kingdoms XIII Retrouvez Toutes Les Informations Et Actualits Du Jeu Sur Tous Ses Supports Pour Clbrer L Anniversaire Desans De La Saga Romance Of The ThreeKingdom Srie TVAlloCin Dans Un Royaume Rong Par La Corruption Et La Famine, Un Mystrieux Flau Se Propage Et Les Morts Se Transforment En Monstres Le Prince Hritier, Accus De Trahison Mais Prt Tout Pour Sauver Kingdoms Of The Wall Wikipedia First Edition, Published By HarperCollins Cover Art By Jim Burns Kingdoms Of The Wall Is Ascience Fiction Novel By American Writer Robert Silverberg It Is Set On A Faraway Planet Inhabited By An Alien Race And As Is Revealed Only At The Very End In An Undefined Future Category Kingdoms Of Men The One Wiki To Rule The Category Is For Kingdoms Of Men Fandom Apps Take Your Favorite Fandoms With You And Never Miss A Beat DD Beyond

Gregory Keyes is a writer of science fiction and fantasy who has written both original and media related novels under both the names J Gregory Keyes and Greg Keyes.Greg Keyes was born in to a large, diverse, storytelling family He received degrees in anthropology from Mississippi State and the University of Georgia before becoming a fulltime writer He lives in Savannah, Georgia.

!!> PDF / Epub ✅ Kingdoms of the Cursed: The High and Faraway, Book Two ❤ Author Greg Keyes – Bluevapours.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 360 pages
  • Kingdoms of the Cursed: The High and Faraway, Book Two
  • Greg Keyes
  • 09 April 2018

10 thoughts on “Kingdoms of the Cursed: The High and Faraway, Book Two

  1. Kristen Burns says:

    3 StarsReview I received an ecopy of this book via Edelweiss This has not influenced my review I m not sure what to say about this book It wasn t bad, but it went off the rails a bit too much for my taste.The first book had a lot of strangeness and randomness, but I didn t mind because the characters and the relationships between them were great and carried the book through I could enjoy just being along for the ride In this book though, the characters were mostly separated, and most thing 3 StarsReview I received an ecopy of this book via Edelweiss This has not influenced my review I m not sure what to say about this book It wasn t bad, but it went off the rails a bit too much for my taste.The first book had a lot of strangeness and randomness, but I didn t mind because the characters and the relationships between them were great and carried the book through I could enjoy just being along for the ride In this book though, the characters were mostly separated, and most things that happened in the plot just felt so random or unnecessary or convenient I felt like I was just being thrown from one strange thing to the next It made the relationships and emotions between the characters seemforced too since I didn t get to see them interacting much, and their interactions were kinda choppy.I know that all sounds really harsh, but there were good things about this book too It moved the overall story forward It gave the readers answers about certain things and let us learnabout certain characters like Aster s father and the guidance counselor There were some cute and funny moments There was again a lot of creativity in this world the author has created And I do like the characters individually The erratic plot just made this one too difficult for me to really get into though It may beenjoyable for anyone who likes really unique fantasy worlds with lots of strange and unpredictable happenings Trigger Warning Sexual abuse assault view spoiler a man sexually assaulting a teen girl with plans to rape kill her and also touching kissing her while she sleeps hide spoiler.Recommended For Fans of Book 1 in Greg Keyes s High and Faraway series Anyone who likes quests through fantasy realms, sweet friendships, character growth, a lot of magic, and just a bit of strangeness Original Review Metaphors and Moonlight

  2. Mike says:

    I read the first in this series, and enjoyed it enough that when I saw this one on Netgalley I asked for a copy for review I did have some hesitations I felt the first one had pumped the archetypes pedal a bit too hard, at the expense ofsubtle character development This one doesn t feel as overdone in the archetypes department, but it does feel disjointed to me This is partly because, rather than being together as they were in most of the first book, the three viewpoint characters spen I read the first in this series, and enjoyed it enough that when I saw this one on Netgalley I asked for a copy for review I did have some hesitations I felt the first one had pumped the archetypes pedal a bit too hard, at the expense ofsubtle character development This one doesn t feel as overdone in the archetypes department, but it does feel disjointed to me This is partly because, rather than being together as they were in most of the first book, the three viewpoint characters spend most of this second book widely separated, having their own adventures, which don t always seem to be particularly directed at a shared goal Most of the time, they re trying to survive, and or find each other, but they re also trying to rescue various people, with mixed success This gives plenty of opportunities to leave one character at a cliffhanger and switch to another, but I sometimes found that by the time the viewpoint switched back I d forgotten the earlier character s situation a sign that the plot wasn t coherent and cohesive enough, I think Several of the key characters who recurred from the earlier book were ones I didn t remember at all, too The book does open with a rather on the nose as you know Bob recap, addressed by one character to her diary, which at least reminded me who these people were and why they were fighting it could have been done a lotsubtly, but it achieved the purpose Aster, the young sorceress, spends a lot of the book confused, lacking in confidence and direction, and, for a while, very vulnerable Veronica, the semi undead girl trying not to be a monster, has probably the strongest arc, one that leaves her boyfriend, Errol, the third viewpoint character, rather high and dry by the end He s susceptible to damsels in distress, and by the end, Veronica isn t in distress She has her own thing going on, though it wasn t completely clear to me maybe even to her exactly what that is Errol I wasn t quite sure what was going on with him either He had to find his courage he certainly found reasons to live having ended up involved in the adventure indirectly because of a suicide attempt back before the start of Book 1 But the whole thing was so muddied by a lot of wandering about in wonder filled but inconclusive directions that I spent a lot of the book just waiting for clarity that never really emerged This isn t at all a rules based fantasy universe, by the way It sat the mythic end Parts of the world multiverse are always stuck at particular times of day or night all the adults are statues, or monsters, or disappeared though there seems to be a fairly wide latitude in the definition of adult nobody seems to have to eat or engage in agriculture, which is just as well, given that there s no day in some places, no night in others, and weather seems to be just as arbitrary and unvarying Ships fly for no readily apparent reason and without an obvious mechanism It s a dreamlike world, reminiscent of Peter Pan s Neverland in many ways, and while that is wonderful in a sensawunda kind of way, it doesn t help with making sense of what is going on I will give it four stars, with some slight reluctance, because it is filled with unexpected wonders, but it would becompelling if the plot was tighter and the characters weregoal directed

  3. Robert Defrank says:

    The word that best describes this book is dynamic , while the story follows our heroes, there is always a sense thatstory has been going on in their absence Keyes pops them into situations where they are surrounded by characters with their own histories and struggles, all the while trying to catch up and survive to the next encounter, which is a challenge all its own The pace is breakneck, and I know I ll be re reading once again to catch all the details I missed the first time The sec The word that best describes this book is dynamic , while the story follows our heroes, there is always a sense thatstory has been going on in their absence Keyes pops them into situations where they are surrounded by characters with their own histories and struggles, all the while trying to catch up and survive to the next encounter, which is a challenge all its own The pace is breakneck, and I know I ll be re reading once again to catch all the details I missed the first time The secrets of Astar s father and the royal family have got me intrigued for the next installment.The only weak spot is the villain for this one I still don t know what his real backstory and goals are, beyond being generically evil and predatory, and while that makes an exciting challenge for the heroes, it makes him a less interesting bad guy.I am definitely hoping forsoon

  4. Wm Glen says:

    Me Gusta I love everything Greg has written I also highly recommend the Black God This two book series tempts, teases and finally pleases.

  5. Jaime says:

    I couldn t connect with this story This series is not one for me.

  6. Heather Bennett says:

    I was disappointed with this book because it just felt way too disjointed This one was just not for me.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *