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Immortal Shadow ~ Anderson Atlas

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Title: Immortal Shadow (Heroes of Distant Planets, Book 3)
Author: Anderson Atlas
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by: Shakera
Genre: Dark Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Publisher: Synesthesia Books
Date of Release: December 21, 2016
Pages: 112
Format: Kindle (ReadForReview)

Jibbawk was enslaved and battled his way to ruling his own kingdom. For him, it wasn’t enough. As most rulers do, he wanted more. He lacked the knowledge and materials to achieve his goal, until he met a young man from Earth, that is. His army finds Adam, a high school student, and becomes intrigued him. Adam has the knowledge help Jibbawk conquer more planets.

This is book 3 and my M.O. I didn’t realize this was the third book of the series, and I would say it’s ill-advised to read this a stand alone. I got the impression Jibbawk is one of the main characters for earlier in the series. The story is creative enough that it makes use your imagination. The author tells the readers just enough information without retelling the first two stories. It’s a quick read and flows quite well. I would suggest reading the first two books of the series so you have a complete story. Overall, not bad.


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