Official Review: Nightlord: Sunset by Garon Whited

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Re: Official Review: Nightlord: Sunset by Garon Whited

Post by Franc8674a » 17 Apr 2018, 03:05

Broken heart causes a lot of havoc to people but when they learn from it, they gained good experience.

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Post by Ademart15 » 17 Apr 2018, 03:15

The story of the night Lord:sunset by garon whited is a very thrilling and mystic one, full of suspense, dramatic, magical and above all heroic
..the heroic deeds of Eric was :D

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Post by N_R » 17 Apr 2018, 03:25

I am not a fan of fantasy or vampire books, so I will pass on this. Thanks for the great review!

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Post by ayoomisope » 17 Apr 2018, 03:30

Good review. I'm not a big fan of fantasy novels, but the reviews I've seen may change my mind. Good job, Baron.
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Post by deui » 17 Apr 2018, 03:37

Many stars
I'm Eric. My life and my beliefs have disappeared the moment I met you, Sasha.
If it were a word that carries this book, it would be: very.
Why? Simple:
1) He is very captivated - the author does not waste his time with some of the introduction, puts you right in the middle of the action
2) It is very complex. You have everything: love, adventure, inner problems, real or unreal life, dreams, fulfillments and disappointments. A little magic does not hurt anyone
3) It is very long. For some. You read and read when you say you still have to take a break, you realize you read 700 pages on the Kindle
4) It's very boring. Sometimes. But in a way, the author has managed to convince you to read with joy the boring passages
5) It's very detailed. You need to be careful from the details described. It's not that hard, because you almost ”see” them!
And I could continue "very," but it's normal to give up , to see you the world of vampire whit Eric minds and Sasha's words.

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Post by Debrah_Bestbrain » 17 Apr 2018, 03:37

What great and intriguing review, bluemel4! I've actually read this, and unfortunately it wasn't for me. The journal entries were an intriguing aspect of the book, but I found some scenes confusing and my interest dwindled. It's great that you feel that there was a balance between fantasy and reality. I'm not sure how I felt about the balance of magic, vampires, science, and religion, but I'm glad that you found this one enjoyable! Thank you for sharing!

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Post by bookaholic1 » 21 Apr 2018, 20:08

I started a ouple pages of the book, but its not my type of book. Too supernatural

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Post by Floflomid » 23 Apr 2018, 08:50

I'm waiting to read on how Eric finds who he really is, as I read of now he's still confused finding himself during his transition, I just love Sasha as well, just going to find out what she knows about Eric

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Post by thaservices1 » 28 Apr 2018, 14:52

I LOVED this book and I'm not a crazy vampire fan either. Whited is easily one of the best new fantasy authors I've discovered. The take on vampires is familiar yet very fresh and detailed, the world is interesting but not so out there you can't connect. I finished this last night and downloaded the next three in the series :)

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Post by Omoye+ » 06 May 2018, 06:50

From your review, Eric's character caught my attention. I like his personality already. I had like to learn or have more interesting ideas on science thus I may probably read this book. Nice work!

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Post by thaservices1 » 15 May 2018, 14:41

I just finished reading the other 3 books in the series. Excellent all the way through!
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