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The Chamber (Twin Worlds trilogy #1)

4.27  ·  Rating details ·  11 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
When an unstoppable evil force known only as ‘the Reaper’ seeks to break into Kal’s world, his life becomes intrinsically linked to that of Daine, a ruthless female assassin. Boy and girl must face challenges both together and apart if Kal is to save his father who lies in a chamber far away, and Daine is to discover why she has been called away from everything she has eve ...more
Kindle Edition, 350 pages
Published August 14th 2012 by Novel Concept Publishing (first published August 10th 2012)
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Carrie (The Butterfly Reader)
Jul 08, 2015 rated it really liked it
*I received this ebook in exchange for an honest review*

I'm one of those readers who generally see a plot twist coming, it's usually easy for me, but this book blew me away! I didn't see the ending coming and there is so much action! I was never bored. It wastes no time at all before jumping right into it. This book isn't just a young adult book as I could see older people who aren't teenagers (like me), will love it! The characters are so freaking real, not many authors can make me feel like th
Jul 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
The plot is intriguing. The characters are so well imagined and described that you feel you have been known them for ages! when I was reading the book, I completely lost contact with reality. I felt as if I were in another world, in another dimension...struggling with them, supporting them through all their adventures, trying to anticipate what their next move would be.
Just to give you an idea of how engrossed I was in the reading: not one but two vegetable soups get burnt while I was reading t
Amie's Book Reviews
Dec 16, 2013 rated it really liked it
"The Chamber" was provided to me in eBook format free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

Even though there is immediate action in this story, it took me about 15 pages before I was "sucked in" to the story.

However, it was worth the wait. Daine and Kal are wonderful characters and readers will find themselves rooting for them. The author does a terrific job of creating characters that are engaging and interesting. Additional characters are also introduced such as Juquor, who you can't he
Jan farnworth
Dec 09, 2013 rated it liked it
I like that you got to see what was happening in the story from both characters’ perspectives, although it did make the story a bit confusing at first. Usually when I read these kind of books, each chapter has the characters’ names at the start of the chapter which helps you to know, “Okay, we are going with this character.” With this book, you had to pay attention to the start of each part.

The story moved along at a great clip. You got to know who the bad guys were, and the descriptions of the
Anne-Rae Vasquez
Sep 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: fantasy,dystopian,young adult readers
Shelves: recommended
The Chamber was definitely not a run of the mill YA fantasy thriller. It was much more than that and will appeal to an older audience.

I loved the multi-character point of views of Kal and Daine and the vivid descriptions of Kal's world and the twin world. The search to find Kal's father in a chamber (location unknown) forces him to grow up fast and face adult situations and challenges that could cost him his life and the lives of those he loves.

Daine, a skilled assassin but also still a child at
Tanya Watt
Nov 05, 2013 rated it really liked it
The Chamber is the beginning of what I feel to be an excellent series. Dominic King created an exciting world full of magic and adventure.

This book had some of the same similarities that I’ve read before, but also so much different. The way he creates twin worlds and makes them backwards is really cool, and I also enjoyed reading about Kal’s and Daines adventures in their own chapters.

I was given The Chamber for exchange for an honest review, and I’m so glad I did! This book to me was fun and ad
Hayley (From If The Pages Could Talk Blog)
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Oli Anderson
Nov 14, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy
Would strongly recommend this book to readers who like works by authors such as George RR Martin and Brandon Sanderson.

Action-packed and fast-moving, The Chamber tells the story of Kal and Daine in alternating chapters. Suspense is kept high throughout the book and there are some great plot twists.

Looking forward to the next installment!
Nerdish Mum
Apr 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This review was originally posted on my blog

I was incredibly lucky to receive an e-book copy of The Chamber (Twin Worlds Trilogy #1) directly from the author Dominic H. King in exchange for an honest review.

The story is told from the dual perspectives of Kal and Daine and we follow them in their quest to save their own world from the same evil called the Reaper. The dual perspective is done extremely well and it is immediately obvious which character you
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Dominic was born in Bath, UK in 1982.

He is the author of the Twin Worlds trilogy that follows Kal and Daine in their epic battle against the Reaper; he recently completed the final instalment, The Reaper, the sequel to The Chamber (2012) and The Black Gate (2013). He cites writers such as Tolkien, Pullman, Martin and Bernard Cornwell, and time spent in China, India, Nepal and Latin America, as hi
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