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Arena Games: Legend of Petrova

3.60  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Petrova the Pummeler is the warrior of all warriors, the master of the mystical orbs, until a fateful match leaves her damaged and unable to continue fighting as a warrior. Now she must take her place as a master in the Arena Games and train her own students to become Arena Warriors.

Along the way there are obstacles: A band of thieves and murderers, a journey through the
Paperback, 1st Edition, 346 pages
Published April 15th 2013 by First Five Pages Publications (first published March 12th 2013)
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Jul 21, 2013 rated it it was ok
See my original post on my blog 8)

I received a copy of Arena Games: Legend of Petrova for an honest review.

Petrova is an Arena Games legend. Having fought in 52 games as a warrior she has lost few battles. Her next battle though is to the death and both warriors will do anything to win. When the battle begins it’s over quickly with two rare warrior orbs and the sky begins to rain fire. Waking up from the games Petrova believes she is dead for she has lost her sight. When her master shows up and
Nov 07, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition

I received this book to give an honest review.
This was a very different book than I normally read. I was impressed with it, but then at the same time I felt there could have been more with the story. At first you start off with Petrova, then you automatically veer off for about a chapter into the story of Miterousa, then go right back to Petrova and stay with her story for a long time. It kind of confused me at first because I was like what is this part doing in here. Though later on it all came
Jacque Stengel
Jun 03, 2013 rated it really liked it
It isn't always easy to come up with a whole new world, but when you add an even more mysterious changing forest into the new world and pull it off, you just may have come up with a great story. I really enjoyed the story of Petrova, from her rise to her fall to her climb. It kept me interested in the story, knowing I'd have thrown in the towel at any time, yet she kept on going.
I'm not sure if the author is going to continue this series, but I really hope so. There is a little bit of everything
Apr 17, 2013 rated it really liked it
Arena Games really surprised me. It was full of magic, action and so much more. The story was fresh and unlike anything I have read before. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I really got into watching Petrova's character go from being a highly regarded warrior in the arena to becoming a master that had to begin from the bottom. She had so many demons to work through, but what I loved about her was the way she never gave up. I felt her character really fought to keep her wits about her and I continued to r
May 31, 2013 rated it liked it
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