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Crane, the million-selling fantasy author. Ten books, all of them binge-worthy. The Girl in the Box Series, Books Alone, Untouched and Soulless. Caged teenager, Sienna, woke up to find two strange men in her home. All alone, discovering her powers, she finds herself pursued by a shadowy agency. Discover one boy's battle of his inner duality! Book 1 of The Last War Series. In what may be humanity's final conflict, an old war hero takes command in the battle to save earth. Discover a lost magic. Embark on a quest for an ancient relic. Join the battle to save mankind from extinction.
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The first of the series is now available on Audible! Named a Kirkus Reviews best sci-fi book, this new dystopian YA tells the story of a young woman living in a fascist future United States. How do you live with yourself when you decide who dies? Find out why readers are calling this series "addicting. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention girl in the box character development robert crane world of warcraft sanctuary series well written main character box series looking forward rest of the series received a complimentary fantasy novel good read complimentary copy story line fun read copy of this book video game highly recommend fantasy novels.
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I'm now through book 5 of the main series as well as the companion dark elf books, and so I want to provide some thoughts to someone who might be contemplating trying this series. The 1st book in the series won't give you much hope about the future of the series, but let me tell you that overall it's worth diving into and my review above really speaks to my feelings about the published series as a whole, not just this book.
Part of the joy of this series is watching the author slowly become a significantly better and more confident writer. During the course of that growth the world, the characters, and my love for the series has also grown. I urge you give this series a chance and I hope by book 3 you'll have grown to love it as much I as do. Boring, predictable, mediocre fantasy novel. The first half is particularly bad.
The world begins to expand a little in this novel and the characters become a little more 3 dimensional. The world opens up, the main characters begin to have a real voice, and you feel the actual stakes at play within this universe. Most importantly the author finds how to incorporate his trademark snark and sarcasm into these relationships. The series asks questions that involve real more complexity including dealing with death, responsibility for our actions, and the importance of trust in relationships.
Can't wait to see the path that this story finally takes us down. This is basically Ender's Shadow to book 5's Enders Game. I first picked up this book because it was free, and because it was by Robert Crane. I had been enthralled by the Girl in the Box series, and decided to give this other one a chance. Yeah - it starts out like a Tolkien thing, for sure. And no, I wasn't in the mood for that. But, Crane is a great writer, so I decided to at least read the whole first book before deciding to thumbs down it. Good call on my part. Yes, this is a somewhat typical fantasy novel with humans, elves, trolls, titans, gnomes, dwarves, druids, wizards, dark elves, and other less recognizable beings.
Lots of magic thrown around, with no real science behind it. So -- typical fantasy novel. But, this is a Crane novel. So, the characters quickly become yours. They become complex and you are driven to find out what happens next. The suspense level is very high in these books yes- I went on to read them all. The story becomes dense and impossible to predict. Some of the things that happen I foresaw, but, more often than not, I didn't see through characters all that well.
It's very well written in that regard. Crane has also written an extra book with spoilers on major characters which shouldn't be read until after Book Four, and he also has begun work on a new series featuring Terian, one of the more complicated and interesting of all the players. I'm wholly invested in this series now, and am glad that I gave it a chance. Usually the mere mention of "Trolls" results in my tossing a book aside. Don't do it with this series. It's a very good one. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. I started reading this series after reading Girl in the Box from the same author.
It is very, very different. Whereas Girl in the Box is urban fantasy, this one is straight Dungeons and Dragons fantasy. I have to be honest -- this first book is bad. It's all very tedious. The books are much longer than Girl in the Box. I read the entire Girl in the Box series in the same time that I managed to read the first two books of this series. Gryphon Riders Trilogy Boxed Set: A Shifter Romance Collection.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I have only been leaving starred reviews recently and not taking the time to write an actual review. This story however I wanted to explain why I only gave it three stars. About two thirds of the way through the first book the story was progressing in such a generic way that it reminded me of a massively multiplayer online role-playing game.
So much so that I kept expecting a revelation that the characters in the story were actually being played by real-life modern people. The small bands of "adventurers" keep going through the same trials. They also use transportation spells to get to and from their Guildhall's to the areas that they fight. All of the generic races are representative , good elves, dark elves, gnomes, trolls, etc. They also have healers that cast healing spells during battle and can resurrect dead combatants.
Like I said almost exactly like a role-playing game online. Because epic fantasy stories generally start out slowly I try not to judge them by the content of only the first book.
So I continued reading the second book and eventually there was a bit more storyline added to the nonstop fighting and adventuring. After completing the first three books in this box set I am slightly invested in the characters and so I will probably continue and finish the series. However this epic fantasy series is certainly not groundbreaking in anyway but it does have some entertainment and escapism value.
If you can't commit to reading the first two books this series, don't bother starting it. As other reviewers have noted, the writing struggles at the beginning, and the first book reads like an RPG Role Playing Game, or online Dungeons and Dragons for pre-millennials. But the writing improves as the series progresses, and after book 1 you'll find a richly developed fantasy world and an engaging storyline that will leave you wanting more.
Author Crane is most adept at creating intriguing plot lines and describing detailed settings in easily-read language.
The Sanctuary Series (Sanctuary ) by Robert J Crane
The world he has created has a well-developed mythology and backstory, plenty of fantasy races, magic, a romantic entanglement, and everything else one could ask for in this genre. While a few of his ideas are derivative the long-lived elves, the hammer-wielding dwarves, and the treasure-hording dragons to name a few , he quickly makes these staples his own, to the reader's benefit.
His shortcomings are apparent in character development and dialogue, both of which seem to actually deteriorate as the series progresses but probably remains the same throughout and only seems to deteriorate in comparison to the improvement in other aspects. It would be unfair to call his characters one-dimensional, but they definitely lack nuance. Some of the emotional responses don't ring true, and despite covering a year in each book, character growth is limited. Dialogue, especially among the supporting characters, is overly-focused on witty repartee, with unlikely, long-winded exchanges of verbal sparring at unrealistic times such as mid-battle.
And throughout the series, I have yet to encounter a female character that is not beautiful in some way - a compelling "fantasy" world indeed. Despite these shortcomings, these first three books are quite entertaining and I heartily recommend them. I don't normally enjoy warrior epics, but this initial trilogy of a much larger series has got me enthralled. It has graphic descriptions of the culture and geography of kingdoms where the citizens are either elves, dark elves, gnomes, goblins, dwarves, titans, trolls, dragons and humans living in the mythical land of Arkaria.
It takes you in intimate detail into the life of a group of adventurers that make up a guild called Sanctuary, one of many such organisations, who reward their followers for sacking the treasures of adversaries and the Gods; Death, War and Darkness to name a few..
The main feature of these guilds is that they bring together creatures from all the kingdoms, to work together in the common goal of more loot. Sanctuary is lead by a Guildmaster known as the Ghost, who offers, in addition to adventuring, a higher purpose. The trilogy explores the costs and opportunities offered by this path of honor, and beneficence. Such a path is fraught with many challenges that put both the guild and the lead characters in conflict with the status quo. The journey and costs of supporting "right over wrong" is made by a group of characters mainly from Sanctuary, including Cyrus Davidon, the eventual campaign leader of Sanctuary and Vara an Elf estranged from her kingdom and family, who are ably supported by a host of minor players that include citizens from every kingdom from Trolls to Rock Giants and from every human position from princess to alcoholic.
I will be reading the next book and the following seven, provided they maintain the same level of tension and surprise found in the trilogy. Before I started this series I read the reviews of course I am so glad I have this book series a chance!