Necropolis

Necropolis Librarian note alternate cover edition of B EPYUXK When prison guard Conyr rescues a young priest from execution he sets off a dangerous adventure that brings allies in a scheming politician a mis

  • Title: Necropolis
  • Author: Xina Marie Uhl
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian note alternate cover edition of B004EPYUXK.When prison guard Conyr rescues a young priest from execution, he sets off a dangerous adventure that brings allies in a scheming politician, a mischievous urchin, and a beautiful tavern server Together, the group must navigate a maze of power hungry rivals, skilled assassins, and deadly sorcery For the young priest sLibrarian note alternate cover edition of B004EPYUXK.When prison guard Conyr rescues a young priest from execution, he sets off a dangerous adventure that brings allies in a scheming politician, a mischievous urchin, and a beautiful tavern server Together, the group must navigate a maze of power hungry rivals, skilled assassins, and deadly sorcery For the young priest s lost memory holds the key to than his past, but the fate of two cities.

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    1. I downloaded a free release of this self-published ebook a while ago, and while it didn't quite hook me enough to keep reading, it passed my one-chapter test. I actually got to chapter two before deciding that for the time being, I'm not engaged enough to finish it.Set in a place called Eretrea, which appears to be vaguely Mediterranean with possible Aztec or Mayan shades (I'm not sure if it's actually supposed to be based on the North African country of Eritrea), it's got gods and a corrupt cit [...]

    2. Yeay! I get to write the first review after the author herself. Ok, I’m not long winded like the rest of you on so first thing: Just look at the book cover art. The story inside is just as good. Necropolis is a fantastic epic adventure where the magic is balanced and not mind numbingly explained to death. I loved the characters and the dog in this book. I will read more by Xina Marie Uhl with pleasure.

    3. Not exactly bad just didn't hold my attention enough to continue. Not sure what age this is aimed at but it read like YA. From what I read the world building was decent but the dialogue let it down.

    4. Something DifferentSo I needed a break from my usual reading genre and went with this and I can say that it really was a change for me. I gave it a rating of four stars because I enjoyed the writing and the storyline really kept me interested throughout. This story centers around the young priest/hostage, Dru but through him we get to know his friends Conyr and Val, his upbringing with his family, the history of the gods of the cities, and the sorcery of power-hungry politicians. Sometimes I did [...]

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