Rift of Askrah Book 1: Fracture
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Rift of Askrah Book 1: Fracture

3.38 of 5 stars 3.38  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Nihlen Draven lives what most would consider the perfect life of royalty. As heir to the throne of the nation of Draven, he has been groomed for his future since birth. But as he approaches adulthood, his heart yearns for the freedom to choose his own destiny.

In the neighboring nation of Rinh, a young thief named Marina does her best to survive the mean streets of the city...more
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Published November 13th 2012 by Smashwords Edition (first published June 14th 2011)
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Kimberly Cook
I have extremely mixed feelings about this book. The author had some great and original ideas but the whole thing really needed a face lift.

The times it took to cross the ocean and to cross the country were unrealistic. The conversation and relationships were weak and not easy to relate to and the inner dialogue of the characters really shouldn't have been so much conversation with themselves. His descriptions were bland (everyone wore trousers!) and not at all what I expected from them suppose...more
An enjoyable, quick fantasy read.

I grew very comfortable with the Prince Nihlen and his life. But all of a sudden, in comes Marina to kidnap him and life spins out of control.

Definitely a fantasy novel worth reading. The characters are electric, they are bonded together despite being very different.

This is part one of a series. I look forward to the continuation of the series and what awaits these characters.
An accurate rating would be 2.5 stars. It was an interesting read and I wouldn't mind reading more. But the non-ending makes it unsatisfying as an independent read. It also has some nasty recurring usage issues that desperately need fixing (e.g., dawn for don, sheathe for sheath, it's for its).
Itsatushy Garland
I loved this book,.other kept me glued. Cant wait for the second one
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Benjamin Andrews was born in Pocatello, Idaho. He spent his childhood years in small towns around the area, until he moved to Beaverton, Oregon in 2008, where he resides today.

Benjamin has a myriad of experiences to pull from for his writing, including an Associate's Degree in Pharmacy Technology, 10 years of care-giving experience, and a healthy love for fictional and non-fictional pursuits acros...more
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