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Invito Rex (Noblesse Oblige #2)

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In a fantastic world not too far ahead of us, Victorian sensibilities have brought back the monarchy, with a caste system that is lethally enforced. Dizzy is a con man, a commoner who makes his living impersonating the nobility. But one wrong turn leaves him trapped in the most dangerous place of all, the palace of the king. Invito Rex is the futuristic steampunk sequel to ...more
ebook, 453 pages
Published December 1st 2013 by Big C Productions
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Melissa Hayden
Aug 30, 2015 Melissa Hayden rated it liked it
This is Dizzy's story. Oh Dizzy, Oh Dizzy, Oh Dizzy. The troubles he gets himself into, but this one isn't completely at his doing. This is the ultimate con that Dizzy needs to pull off.

I do enjoy Dizzy. He's a creative man. He's not completely Royal in his nature of speak and actions. But his thinking in actions and decisions seem brilliant. He tries his hardest to fit the shoes of his predecessor, Cadvan. Dizzy makes me smile at his actions when he decides how he'll act and what he'll do.

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Mar 06, 2014 Dan Absalonson rated it it was amazing
I just finished this novel and I'm not entirely sure what I feel about the ending, because it is quite an ending, but I loved the book. Maybe as I write this review I'll discover my feelings on it. For now let's get to why I loved this novel.

First off there are some really cool things in this book. Some really cool games that Brand invented, and an awesome automaton. Who would not like a game called Bear Polo, I mean that's just cool. Early on in the novel there is a very important game of bear
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Jul 13, 2014 A.F. Grappin rated it it was ok
There was a sense of imbalance in this novel. I did listen to the audio version of it through iTunes, and I'm not sure if that really did justice to the book. Gamblin's voice is pleasant enough, and he does a decent job with most characters' voices, setting them apart. But there always seemed to be a sense of "I know something you don't know" from the author. Honestly, I believe that would apply to reading it as well. I just never seemed to get enough information, to really understand who was ...more
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Brand Gamblin was born in San Antonio in 1973. He spent most of his youth in Texas, earning a bachelors degree in Computer Science from Texas Tech University.

Following college, he achieved his boyhood dream of working as a video game programmer. For the next decade, he published games for such companies as Microprose, Acclaim, and Firaxis.

In his spare time, Brand created the YouTube video cult cla
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