Seeker

  • Title: Seeker
  • Author: C.D. Verhoff
  • ISBN: 9781494959104
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seeker A series of catastrophic events have altered the cartography of the earth and the lifeforms that live there Follow the last survivors of the human race as they struggle to navigate a strange new land
    A series of catastrophic events have altered the cartography of the earth and the lifeforms that live there Follow the last survivors of the human race as they struggle to navigate a strange new land that wants them gone Led by a mysterious artifact called the Seeker of the Four Winds, two social misfits hungry for glory set out on a quest to save their homeland But witA series of catastrophic events have altered the cartography of the earth and the lifeforms that live there Follow the last survivors of the human race as they struggle to navigate a strange new land that wants them gone Led by a mysterious artifact called the Seeker of the Four Winds, two social misfits hungry for glory set out on a quest to save their homeland But with a demented warlock on the loose, and growing political unrest at home, what will will they find upon their return Contains mild profanity, sexual situations and displays of violence Main Category epic fantasy Subcategories science fiction, romance, dystopian, religion, sword and sorcery.

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    About C.D. Verhoff


    1. I live in rural Ohio with my husband and our two teenagers I ve worn many hats over the course of my life, including retail clerk, elementary school teacher, medical lab processor, registered rep in insurance and finance My reading tastes are eclectic, but when I write my own stories they usually contain elements of fantasy, science fiction or the paranormal Thank you for stopping by.


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    1. This book is a religious oriented fantasy of the swords and sorcery type, but it also has a small amount of medium-grade sexually explicit material, which is odd because an important audience, the religiously oriented, might be put off by that. It is clearly written, and the writing flows well. The plot is fairly basic, but because it is part 2 of a series, there are a number of references to the first book, which presumably explains how the situation at the start arose. C. D. Verhoff has given [...]

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    2. If you liked Promised Land(Full disclosure: I received a free electronic copy of this book for review through Library Thing's Member Giveaways program. Also, minor spoilers ahead as well as a trigger warning for discussions of rape.)If anything, this book taught me an important lesson: Never request a sequel for review before reading the previous books in the series. Just don't do it!In my defense, I really expected to love Promised Land. I really didn't. While Verhoff has some really interestin [...]

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    3. I received the book for free through First Reads giveaway, but I was not required to provide a review.I would suggest reading the First book in the series before this, but you could get away with reading just this one. When I got this I bought the first one, just so I would not be jumping into the middle of a series.Positives:1) I did enjoy the book.2) It has pretty decent character development.3) The story line draws you in, and make you want to read more.4) There is a decent amount of Christi [...]

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    4. I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.As with the first novel, Verhoff does an amazing job intertwining MANY genres into one. This is a story where time is running out to save what is left of the human race after apocalyptic calamity strikes. The story can be read as a stand alone but I would suggest reading the first. The storyline flows well and characters are well-developed. Can't wait to read more from the author.

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    5. Overall, it was pretty well-written, but there were some issues. It was hard to understand what was going on without reading the first book in the series. Also, the characters were reactive and petty. It could have used a bit more work before publication, with more of the target audience in mind.

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