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Rage of the Old Gods (The World Spectrum, #1)

3.50  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Humanity was not born free.

Long ago, humans were slaves to the Old Gods. They rebelled, overthrowing the Gods and establishing their own societies, but peace did not last. Humanity slaughters itself in petty wars.

Now, an army of war Automatons threatens to destroy the land of Eastenhold. To save her people, a young woman named Leha travels to the to the lost worlds of Tyzu
Published June 2nd 2013 by Smashwords Edition
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Noor Jahangir
Aug 16, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy
Gamers and movie-goers are probably now going to be familiar with mechs and giant robots, especially in content from the sf genre. Think Pacific Rim and Transformers, or Armoured Core and Zone of Enders. But how many times have you come across giant robots trying to wipe out humanity Terminator style? Well that is exactly what the Rage of the Old Gods is, cue the low budget Hollywood straight to free b-movie channel adaptation, Wizards vs Robots.

Leha is a relatively unknown woman living in an Ea
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Sep 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
Leha is a strong character and Edwards conveys her character to the reader quite well. That she’s a dealer of antiquities seems kind of sad at the start. She spends her life collecting and in a moment it’s gone. She wants adventure but this is the classic case of a character for which the grass is greener but that thing that makes it greener is really harsh poison. Leha laments distance from her brother and friends but that’s her lot as a hero. Saving the world is a lonely business though you wo ...more
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A freelance writer by trade, Tyler Edwards has been creating worlds for as long as he can remember. He grew up in the country outside of Ottawa, Canada, and amidst the pristine woods and fields, it was easy to imagine Elves and Demons around every bend. After that, making the jump to fiction writing seemed natural. He will not consider himself a true success until people are writing nonsensical sl ...more

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