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A Game of Survival (A Game of Survival, #1)

3.36  ·  Rating details ·  14 ratings  ·  7 reviews
A GAME OF SURVIVAL is the first book in a series of sin, destruction, and negativity. In the Fractured Realm, evil and discrimination plague the land and sin harbors and festers into the hearts of Mundanes. The darkness returns when the King of Middilgard is told of a vision that will end him and his reign. In King Godfrey's state of fear, he rids the city of all Magi to p ...more
Kindle Edition, 553 pages
Published December 12th 2018 by T.R. Tells
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Mar 16, 2019 rated it it was ok
I received this ARC from BookSirens in exchange for an honest review.

I wanted to like A Game of Survival a lot more than I did. However, I found myself being bored with this one. Which definitely sucks because the beginning was really good and it sucked me in. Then it just went all downhill pretty quickly.

Besides everything kind of disappointing me, this book was confusing as well. I just feel like nothing really helped me along the way. It had too many ideas/thoughts/options/and idk what else -
Tiera McMillian
Mar 09, 2019 rated it it was ok
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I joined an ARC review team for this book via Book Sirens in exchange for an honest review.

Triggers: Rape and Abuse of children and young adults.

I'm going to say 2-2.5 for this story. I really felt like the story started off really strong with a really dramatic entrance, but as the story progressed it as almost like there were too many ideas trying to converge into the story all at once and it became confusing, non cohesive at times, and honestly it felt like maybe the author didn't know where t
Mar 13, 2019 rated it did not like it
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I received a copy to review for Booksiren, and I knew from the minute I read the title I was probably in trouble.
This book is absolutely horrible. Honestly, one of the worst books have ever read. Every level of this book needs a massive edit. From the plot and characters all the way down to the word choice and spelling. It's almost as if Tells had too many ideas, and did not know where to start or where to go with her own story; Plus, I don't even think this book had an editor. And it really, r
Jacob Rundle
Feb 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed T.R. Tells' story A Game of Survival. My attention was maintained the entire time. The characters are relatable even in a world of magic. The topics of governmental abuse of power. This simple fact tells me that she did a job well done. When an author makes you forget the real world for a little bit, A+. The character development was well done, and I have no problem following his or her journey.
The story of Thea deals with very heavy topics such as ageism, sexism, and racism; t
Mrs. Y
How often do you read fantasy that gets you thinking about your real life and the world you are in? It’s not an everyday thing for me. I've noticed from reading other reviews that sometimes people read fiction to escape the realities of the real world. Well my friends in today’s review, we are going to talk about a book that transcends the fantasy world and the real world in a way that is beautiful. I hope you all find this to be an enjoyable review, because, this was an enjoyable book! Make sur ...more
Sabrina Voerman
Feb 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
A totally wild ride from start to finish. This book is not for the faint of heart. With characters you grow to love quickly, you get to sit back and watch as next to nothing works out in their favour. And yet hope still dangles, making this book a page turner. You desperately want to see some glimmer of joy, before it is snatched away. Nothing is predictable in this book, making it a captivating read.
I am eager to read the upcoming sequel!
Esther Lombardi
I received an ARC in exchange for a review.

Triggers: rape, murder, child abuse, etc.

I wanted to love the book. There were moments of real beauty and potential. I wanted the book to be more than it was. I agree with others who have said that the book needed a good, deep edit (or series of edits).
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T. R. Tells full name is Tarea Mallard and had got the name as a sort of “pun” for her love of reading and writing (T. R. Tell’s a story). She is twenty-six years old living in upstate New York, with a bachelors in Fiction and Creative writing. Since Tarea was eleven years old and started writing her own book, it had been inside of to keep creating and imagining different works. While she always l ...more

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