Erosions

Erosions Desperation knows no bounds for a nobleman broke With his family s estate on the brink of ruin nineteen year old Galen has few dignified options left So when a sickly fighter named Osbourne falls int

  • Title: Erosions
  • Author: Ashlyn Forge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Desperation knows no bounds for a nobleman broke With his family s estate on the brink of ruin, nineteen year old Galen has few dignified options left.So when a sickly fighter named Osbourne falls into his servitude, Galen embraces the chance with arms wide open Winnings from a good death match would offset his family s staggering debt.Desperation can only take him so faDesperation knows no bounds for a nobleman broke With his family s estate on the brink of ruin, nineteen year old Galen has few dignified options left.So when a sickly fighter named Osbourne falls into his servitude, Galen embraces the chance with arms wide open Winnings from a good death match would offset his family s staggering debt.Desperation can only take him so far, however, when he realizes that strong, violent, fearless, and skilled Osbourne is also mentally impaired.Forcing a simpleton into the ring is a line Galen hesitates to cross There s no easy way to get rid of this servant, though, especially now that Osbourne s twin is hunting for Galen s head Not to mention the very dangerous men who want their promised fight.

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    1. Erosions came about in a very strange way. It's now the first book of the series, but it was written fifth, behind From Johann to Tannenbaum. I decided to make it the first because it does follow the timeline better that way, and also because it's an easier transition into the series. In Liam's Wake was the first book written. The entire series was written once before but never formally published. I had to go back and condense it.Thirteen years ago, I wrote one chapter a day for two years straig [...]

    2. Erosions: The Careless tells the story of nineteen year old Galen, a young lord who lives in an underground colony with his estranged mother. Life as a lord is by no means a luxury for Galen however, and as the story unfolds, the reader becomes privy to information that must be concealed from his circle of friends.Galen is provided with an opportunity to change his life when he is charged with the care of an elemental (E) - but Osbourne is damaged, and not the good fortune he first thought. Rath [...]

    3. Ashlynn Forge is a new to me author having never read any of her books before. So I began reading Erosions with little to no expectations and was very pleasantly surprised.I found myself immersed in a cleverly constructed world, all of which revolved around a class system of peers and their lower level counterparts. There are humans and E's (Elemental's) and the two have strict codes of conduct regarding their interaction. The main protagonist a human aristocrat Galen is the primary voice of the [...]

    4. GeneralThe story fits into a genre of sci-fi/fantasy erotica and features graphic scenes of violence and sex. There is also a backstory involving sexual abuse and exploitation. It is not a fluffy romance, nor is it misery porn. It is a good read. However, if you are faint of sensibility this may not be the read for you.SynopsisGalen, a young man teetering of the edge of adulthood has a lot on his plate. As he tries to navigate the treacherous social conformities amidst the nobility of the Colony [...]

    5. I'm not quite sure what to make of this one. The story centres on nineteen year old Galen who lives in the Colony at some future time. Galen is of the nobleman class and the heir-in-wait of his family. At his age he should be considering marriage, as is common to another man (although traditionalists still hold to the conventional marriage of man and woman); his old childhood friend the wealthy Joshua is the one that hopes to win him. In this world other classes exist living in other parts, Lowl [...]

    6. I started reading this book almost right after I finished Substance because I loved that story so much, I couldn’t wait to go back to the beginning and spend some more time in the world that Ms. Forge had created.I still had the same thrill when I first started this book, and that did end up carrying me through the book itself. I thought that what Ms. Forge had done with the characters, what all she had put them through even though it was so cruel, it added so much to the story. There was so m [...]

    7. Superb World CreationNote: There should be a rating for 3 1/2. Please read why it is rated so.Ashley Forge has created a dizzying, frighteningly realistic world so dark that I couldn't read Erosions in one sitting. In a world where gender is a choice and credits are earned by the year, this place drew me in and repulsed me simultaneously. Unfortunately, the book doesn't settle on one theme or even one genre. One minute it is a carefully plotted dystopian future; the next it is a M/M romance edgi [...]

    8. This is a cruel world. Not anything like you know. Put away all of your ideas about what we live in and step into a world with other beings. Right and wrong are not always black and whiteYou will get mad. You will feel sorrow. You will feel love but it comes at a price. Just because you find the one you love does not mean it will happen. It does not mean it will be easy. Except” “You give yourself no value. You go to people who give you none and then you wallow in it. And it’s easy to see [...]

    9. This is an interesting and enjoyable science-fiction novel with well developed characters and plenty of original ideas. The problem is there are so many features of the futuristic environment and culture which need explaining it is hard for the reader to understand the setting. Also as this is the first part of a trilogy very little of the plot is resolved by the end of the book. It is also worth noting that this novel sexually explicit which may not appeal to all readers. This book aroused suff [...]

    10. Wow, that was confusingd chaoticDid it have some plot? Or was it just stuff hapenning? (yea, it was)wooowbut I liked it. *shrug*bute sudden changes were so frikking confusingsly(and Galen is such a whinning little shitt that I am surprisedi would be too (x10))

    11. Great book! Loved, loved the characters and the plot was steady with a lot of action and the complexity kept me engaged. Once I started, I could hardly put it down. Got book 2 before I even finished the first. An absolute must read!!!

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