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Having characters who can wave their hands and make people drop dead is never a good idea Cathedral. It was too difficult to focus on the story itself when I was busy trying to control myself from breaking down every time a page break showed up on the middle of the page (those with OCD should beware).In short, the author tried their hand at an epic dark Cathedral fantasy, but failed to deliver. I did not root for any one of them to prevail over another.We meet Neysa for the first time about 2/3 of the way through the book in a very short scene that seems to have some importance but then is never touched Cathedral on or mentioned again. I actually had a difficult time choosing between 3 and 4 stars, and in the end, went with 3 because of my indifference to the characters.It is a children's adventure story about a cat who Cathedral lost his home. As it was, when a new character was introduced, I often had no idea how they related to previous characters and was never able to form a cohesive picture in my mind.
jpg'''Free 2/14/2013 and Cathedral 2/15/2013 at Kindle. It's a long book, but it needs to be, in order to contain the many plots and counterplots of the Mahtrador family of vampires who rule over the world of Dragoloth.Faust weaves these characters together as change comes upon Dragoloth, where religion, politics, good and evil blend to build the Cathedral narrative. The author doesn't flinch away from showing us the very darkest aspects of his characters, but they're all given depth - there are no cardboard villains here.I like fantastic worlds, but I think that very few Cathedral authors can write them well. In fact, they may be omnipotent.Everyone seemed to be connected to each other in one twisted way or another, and I occasionally Cathedral found myself having to retrace some steps to make sure I understood it properly. There is a strong religious aspect to the story, which in some ways, detered me from really enjoying it, although it did have it's place in the story.
I think perhaps a character dictionary of some sorts could have Cathedral helped with this. On the one hand, I love Faust's writing style.The magic also has no Cathedral type of system, and characters who can use magic (i. He grabbed my attention right from the beginning and held it straight through to the end.I received a free copy of the Cathedral book in exchange for a non-reciprocal review. There were several relationships in the book but they were all dud, there was nothing of essence in them, not to mention that they were almost all incestuous and weird.The main story revolves around: Pharun, Encarz, Shrukian, Olympia, Raul, Brisha, Felix, Varijin, Cathedral and Graeme. jpgEnrico AntipordaI'm a fiction editor of Conclave, a Journal of Character, an annual literary magazine.
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