Unfortunately, they've somehow managed to incur the wrath of the Skeleton King, an ancient warrior whose vengeance can only be quenched by blood and death.
Now, if they want to survive long enough to find those soulstones, they'll have to find a way to stop him.
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By Ray Johnson on 12-04-18
And I Jack, the Skeleton King chase after gems
OK. I have to start of by saying that George the Bunny is Aaaaaawwwwwesssssoooommmme. That wascally wabbit cracks me up. Oh, and I know some people get offended by all the cussing, cursing, and swearing and all I can say is suck it up buttercup. Not everyone has delicate sensibilities. I appreciate a good swear, and try to fit some in to my conversations whenever I can. So don't go crying that you ears or eyes are burning from this book.
Now, let us start with the good stuff. J. A. Cipriano continues his Soulstone story with a lightning pace. This time the gang is really up to their necks when the Skeleton King decides that he wants them all dead. So, they have to get their butts in gear and do some digging for the soulstones. The action is tight and the drama and tension build with each page. Cipriano knows how to write action and keep your attention. The only problems that I see is that book 3 is going to have some issues as the team gets divided, and there is the small matter of a great new character, Sabre, who has some seriously cool powers. I also wish that Aaron would just listen to the rabbit one time!!!!!
Nik Magill narrates this with utter class, no one can quite swear like him. He really knows how to put a spin on a swear, and proper inflections for cursing. I love his George, and his voices for everyone else are top notch. This cat can narrate!!! Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.
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3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By W. Pierce on 28-07-17
Could have been a good story
I'd like to preface this by saying I'm a former active duty Marine, and current truck driver. So when I say this author uses an excessive amount of profanity, I'm not someone who has never been around profanity. As my former master sergeant would say... "Boy, you need to buy a dictionary and learn some new words." He was an old farm hand from Texas.
All of his characters quickly become the same inter changeable one dimensional character. No matter the book, setting, storyline or background.
Plot holes, bad writing, one dimensional characters, skip this one
5 of 6 people found this review helpful