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Have ever lived but magic comes at price Not only has her abilities caught the eye of the brutish warlord that leads the tribe but the demon of the mountain hunts all of a Mad MOBI #240 who wield the Coven’s power and Aoleyn’s talent has made her a beacon in the nigh. DNF 30%Does this book ever start making sense There is very little difference between the two groups of humans and the thoughts of the demon are inane ramblings Into the abandoned book pile; there's better stuff out there

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Child of a Mad GodFrom R A a Mad Kindle #207 Salvatore the legendary creator of Drizzt Do’Urden comes the start of abrand new epic journeyWhen Aoleyn loses her parents she is left to fend for herself among a tribe of vicious barbarians Bound by rigid traditions she dreams of escaping to. 455 stars I’ve been reading and enjoying RA Salvatore for almost 20 years so what struck me as profound during Child of a Mad God was how well rounded a writer he has evolved into He was always an accomplished storyteller but compared to his early works in the world of Corona published in the late 1990s it’s immediately clear how next level his work has become Child of a Mad God was superbly written and I don’t have a single critical thing to say about any craft related aspect of this book – it was excellentI didn’t realize this book was part of the Corona world until I was about halfway through Even though I’ve only read two other Corona books Demon Awakens and Demon Spirit Child of a Mad God felt self contained enough to be read on its own It will transport you to an isolated indigenous landscape and set a mood that is almost otherworldly in its delivery There were a few minor characters including an unknown to me POV in what I call the “Drizzt letter” at the beginning of every part that felt a little like cameos from previous books and made me feel like I was missing a bit of historical depth But none of them had any direct impact on the main story I’m actually looking forward to reading the backlist in this series to find out if we really have seen these characters beforeThe main POV characters had so much depth that it sort of took me off guard I wasn’t expecting to have so much emotion pulled out of me and that introspection is probably the strongest element of the story He really digs into the motives and carnal wants of these characters which slowed the pacing considerably even though it still had a lot of impact As I touched on already the world building was fantastic It was totally immersive into this culture without ever dwelling on the mundane aspects of their daily lives Instead it focused 100% on the things that made the plot special Even though it was slower not a single page was wasted So while I absolutely loved all of the elements I usually rate books on writing characters world building etc I need to be honest about my general enjoyment level of the book You see it’s pretty brutal It often danced on the edge of what I can tolerate take this with a grain of salt because I’m the first to admit that I’m a wimp meaning a lot of my reading experience involved an odd juxtaposition of loving it but absolutely hating the awful things that happened within it Even so from an analytical standpoint I can appreciate how those brutal moments helped raise the stakes for the story and really ground the reader in this unforgivable society By no means is it a happy story but it’s certainly a compelling one I usually need a strong ray of hope to keep me engaged in books which Child of a Mad God was pointedly lacking I yearned for vindication for these characters and was rewarded with a punch to the gut every time Even so the potential for satisfaction in future books is what has me eager to continue the seriesRecommendations I’d hand this book to fantasy readers who often list “good characters” as their main criteria but it also fits the bill for excellent world building and beautiful writing If you can stomach indigenous brutality and slower pacing Child of a Mad God is a great pick for you I felt it stands alone well enough that you don’t have to have read previous Corona books to enjoy it but that’s speaking from someone who doesn’t yet know uite what she’s missing I’d like to thank RA Salvatore and the publicists at TORForge for the opportunity to read and review an early copy of Child of a Mad God Via The Obsessive Bookseller at wwwNikiHawkescom Other books you might like