A Kingdom's Possession

A Kingdom s Possession A Kingdom s Possession blends ancient magic love and intrigue in a romantic fantasy told in a fresh new voice A wayward prince his twin brother a mystical woman of fire and an escaped slave band t

  • Title: A Kingdom's Possession
  • Author: Nicole J. Persun
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Kingdom s Possession blends ancient magic, love and intrigue in a romantic fantasy told in a fresh new voice.A wayward prince, his twin brother, a mystical woman of fire, and an escaped slave band together, to free an outcast goddess if they can elude a powerful rogue kingdom intent on their destruction.Max, a young woman who has just escaped a life of slavery, finds hA Kingdom s Possession blends ancient magic, love and intrigue in a romantic fantasy told in a fresh new voice.A wayward prince, his twin brother, a mystical woman of fire, and an escaped slave band together, to free an outcast goddess if they can elude a powerful rogue kingdom intent on their destruction.Max, a young woman who has just escaped a life of slavery, finds herself at the heart of a heated rebellion and a complicated legend As the kingdom of Alice seeks power among the realms, a flawed goddess is thrown from the heavens and forced to reside inside Max s body The king of Alice, lusting for the rewards the goddess will grant upon the kingdom that releases her from her human cage, sends spies to capture Max and release the goddess in the most ruthless way through death Will Max and her friends solve the magical riddle before her pursuers And what of her budding love for the prince A captivating tale of love, freedom, and choices, Nicole J Persun s debut novel proves to be an early glimpse into a successful writing career.

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    1. I liked this quick read very much. The world building seemed a bit limited to me but it might have been due the length of the novel. The story is a sweet one, with dramatic moments that kept it exciting. I enjoyed the descriptive prose, but refrained from 4 stars because of grammatical errors, and an ending that felt a bit sudden.

    2. c2011. Okay so the first couple of chapters held great promise and from there it went into a slump of hackneyed plot devices and verbosity for the sake of it. So turgid that I just could not finish it.Unusually (for me), the editors name has been published - in this case - a Ms Katie Flanagan. It seems to have been published by Booktrope Editions out of Seattle. I suppose I should have not had too many high hopes for the editing, both content and grammar, as the Booktrope websites contains equal [...]

    3. A Kingdom's Possession serves as a good introduction to the "quest fantasy" genre. The story follows Max, a former slave girl, and Johnny, who is a prince, in their attempts to free Max from the possession of a dangerous goddess. The plot is not complicated by any means, allowing the reader to sit back and enjoy the ride. For the most part, it is an enjoyable read; the characters, while stock characters, are distinctive and come alive on the page (or screen) and there is a nice blend of comedy, [...]

    4. Um a word terrible. I'd give it a 0 if GR had the option. I did not even get past chapter 4. A couple of stellar examples of the perfectly horrid writing-"The rain subsided as my consciousness fell over a ledge into a deep lake of disorder""It felt as though someone was climbing inside of me through a hole between my breasts, liquid was being poured into my ribcage, voices roared from above the surface. That liquid was sorrow, thick and red like the finest Delan wine." and on and on.

    5. I really enjoyed the story, and it was definitely a quick read. Some of the language was a little bit more flowery than I usually like, and the descriptions could be a bit tedious, but nonetheless it was a fun, easy read. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys books with good plot arcs and interesting character development, particularly younger readers.

    6. FREE on Kindle, geared toward middle school! Good first time novel from a YOUNG writer and quick entertaining read for a free book on kindle! I'm trying to read a bunch of books geared toward my kiddo's to kind of review them before they read them!

    7. Why does it always seem like there is a prince in waiting in all of the stories? I cannot imagine that there were ever so many princes that they could save every damsel in distress. So, not my favorite story, but it kept me occupied on a plane ride so that is always a good thing.

    8. I"m all for free books (and I think this is somewhat self-published) but I really hate typos and it kind of ruins it for me. But it's an interesting story could have been much longer/more in depth. But for free, not complaining. :)

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