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free read Into The Abyss ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ã Turns out The Demon Weed really is a Gateway Drug Who knewTom Perkinje certainly didn't He had never smoked anything in his life but as the new kid in town trying to make friends he'd gone to a party and had foolishly let his new buddy Reggie talk him into trying a joint thaUgh the Head Master Lenamare had gone and got in a suabble with another wizard Exador and now Exador was marching his army on the school And to top it off during what was supposed to be a routine classroom demonstration on demon summoning Lenamare and the class had stumbled upon what they thought was a minor demon and tried to bind it But unfortunately it wasn't a minor demon It was a Greater Demon something so powerful and Evil that they were almost never conjured onto the Planes of Man Naturally being an egomaniac Lenamare insisted on trying to bind it to his will and use it to destroy Exador and his army So the uestion was Would Exador's army ravage and kill her or would the school's newest defense consume her immortal soul. A very fresh and well thought out approach with a very interesting world I love the comedy but it was also a very exciting story and I can't wait for the next book Of course that's partly because it ends on a huge cliff hanger

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Turns out The Demon Weed really is a Gateway Drug Who knewTom Perkinje certainly didn't He had never smoked anything in his life but as the new kid in town trying to make friends he'd gone to a party and had foolishly let his new buddy Reggie talk him into trying a joint that he'd picked up from a new dealer Before he knew it Tom was having a seriously bad trip; a total out of body experience where the world had dissolved around him A few puffs in and he'd gotten this massive case of tunnel vision where the entire party seemed to be happening at the other end of a long tunnel; soon it was like he was having this weird out of body experience looking down at himself The next thing Tom knew there were these deranged myopic wizard. I have to admit there was a point at which I was considering dropping the book It was one specific part where I felt like the protagonist had just chosen to make a huge mistake about something no spoilers here so don't bother and he absolutely knew it would come back to bite him It came at a bad time I prefer a bit of a romantic interest in books I read and this book has very little in that regard nearly non existent But then I sort of pushed through it I dislike leaving a book behind and there was plenty of action And do I regret reading it Idk does an ice cream addict regret going to Coldstone Would a demon slave regret ripping his accursed master's heart out using tweezers In all honesty the book tied up amazingly with what could be termed as a 'cliff' hanger But I definitely cannot wait for the seuel

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Into The AbyssS from some place called Astlan calling on him in some sort of pig Latin mumbo jumbo They had somehow mistaken Tom for a demon He tried to flee but the wizards were relentless and were determined to conjure him into their world and bind him as their demon slave for all of eternity Oh yeah and those crazy wizards Turns out they were going to war and planned to use their new demon slave as a secret weapon to obliterate the enemy Jenn was a journeyman Thaumaturge at Lenamare's Academy of Wizardry School was a living hell Oh she was learning a lot thanks to Master Trisfelt but the Head Master and Head Mistress were insufferable egomaniacs Head Mistress Jehenna seemed intent on making Jenn's life a living hellIf this wasn't bad eno. The positives in this story are almost as freuent as the negatives The story has a few plot holes a few two dimensional characters and a tonne of useless exposition that does nothing other than make you read mountains of boring information that is completely useless to the reader The story has an absolutely terrible beginning that will scare away most readers at the first chapter Finally the protagonist is probably one of the worst parts of the whole story There's one plot hole at the start of the novel The head mage makes mention that if the enemy army travelled constantly to get to his fortress without resting then his army would be too exhausted to fight and no sane commander would do it Well when the enemy commander does exactly that he benefits like crazy and no one mentions how strange it is No one tries to capitalize on what should be an exhausted army They just turtle up and make the whole thing meaningless The exposition in this book is somewhat terrible There are entire chapters dedicated to dryly instructing you in the definitions of the authors made up fantasy bs I'm all for developing a detailed world but that doesn't mean you tell every detail of it to the readers What you do tell them should be built into the story in such a way that you don't notice it Yes you should find a way to drop a lot of information on the reader but you need to do it carefully and in a way that won't bore the readers to tears This is what writers freuently call show don't tell Where you show the reader how your world works through the plot line rather than dryly explaining it like a school textbook would The first chapters are truly some of the worst in the book The author would have done well to rewrite them It starts getting better at chapter five A few of the problems were the protagonists constant whining about everything The protagonists weird personality really clashes with the fantasy elements of the story His personality starts changing for the better as the story progresses but it takes awhile Book 2 is much better in that regard The good on the other hand are that a large array of side characters actually have interesting personalities a few of them are actually three dimensional characters amazingly enough The overall plot of the story is very interesting and develops really well at a good pace The overall concept of the story is a terrific gimmick that would actually make up for a lot of the novels flaws by itself The gimmick is that the protagonist is turned into a demon He's been enslaved by some crazy warlocks and he now has to run errands against his will for them He's incredibly whiny and his personality feels poorly written He recovers in the second half of the book becoming a decent character with a purpose but at the beginning he was just awful I think it's because he just spent all his time whining and doing things he didn't want to do obediently His pushover personality really hurt him in the likability section There's this really weird country of strict laws They encounter the protagonist halfway through the story needless to say the protagonist thoroughly pissed them off Since then they secretly followed the protagonist and started making incredibly annoying dialog I think the author was trying for an interesting character but he got carried away with it and just made an incredibly annoying one instead Entire pages filled with descriptions of all the tedious legal terms and laws the protagonist break described with really big and fancy sounding legal words I would have been fine with a couple paragraphs of this but they literally go on for PAGES and PAGES with it