Summary ✓ Return of Souls Î PDF DOC TXT eBook or Kindle ePUB free

Summary Return of Souls

Summary ✓ Return of Souls Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ If war is hell there is no word to describe what Private Jones has been through Forced into a conflict with an unknowable enemy he awakes to find himself in a strange land and is soon joined by young woman Morana who tends to hUtter annihilation Return of Souls is the second volume of the trilogy Andy Remic began with A Song for No Man's LandAt the Publisher's reuest this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software DRM appli. This started out so excellently I preferred the action taking place in this world to that in the newstrange land the former was horrific and awful and visceral with the deeply creepy walriders interspersed with enemy soldiers The strange land felt same oldy to me abandoned castle uest beautiful maiden with rape backstory which immediately knocked a star off I can tell you I'm so sick of rape being the go to drama for the sole female character Just less interesting all round Still the mix was working for me overall but the strong beginning petered off into a muddled end which was a bit disappointing considering how uickly this book grabbed me when I started itThe cover art is amazing though

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Return of SoulsS to his wounds and tells him of the battles played out in this impossible placeShe tells him of an Iron Beast that will end the Great War and even as he vows to help her find it enemy combatants seek them intent on their. I won’t be reading anything else by Andy Remic I didn’t care for most of his first Torcom novella A Song for No Man’s Land but it got interesting right at the end Unfortunately Return of Souls doesn’t deliver on what little promise its predecessor held Instead it doubles down on everything I didn’t like about the first book in this planned trilogy and adds a heaping dose of blatant misogyny that makes it a deeply unpleasant readRead the full review at SF Bluestocking