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The Impossible Castle (Guardian of the Realm Book 1)

2.25  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Who (or what) is building a castle in the middle of nowhere?

For the young Guardian of Andoran's Realm, it’s a real concern. People are relying on her. Okay, most of the populace don’t even know she exists, but it’s still her job to protect them. Well, one of her jobs. She’s also teaching martial arts and helping to raise her orphaned cousins. Life is complicated. Anyway,
Kindle Edition, 357 pages
Published November 16th 2019
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Feb 03, 2020 rated it it was ok
Fantasy is a favorite genre of mine to read. I haven’t read a straight fantasy novel in forever. So when I was approached to review The Impossible Castle, I was more than happy to accept the review. Then I read the book. It took me six days to read the book. Six days when I usually read a book within 1-2 days.

The Impossible Castle tells the story about Audrey, the young Guardian of Andoran’s Realm, and a mysterious castle that is being built. Audrey enlists the help of old and new friends to fig
Jan 12, 2020 rated it liked it
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The Impossible Castle (Guardian of the Realm Book 1) - a review by Rosemary Kenny

According to notes by the author, M.Gregg Roe is mainly a writer of fantasy video games. All credit to him for this, but I feel the narrative of The Impossible Castle is a little disjointed overall, as if the author wanted a reaction from the gamer/reader before continuing with the next part of the tale.
Basically, the heroine Audrey is a complicated mix of farm-girl in a rural quasi-medieval setting - but she's the
Paul Vanderburg
Nov 29, 2019 rated it did not like it
Who are these people and why are they so boring?

DNF, got to 60%.

The characters are boring. The plot is, the plot does not exist.

Let's say this a different way. This is the first in a series, but reads like the third in a series. I don't know who these people are, but the author wrote like I will instantly care about the somewhat tedious things they do.

Needs more action. Needs more character introduction so I care about them.
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