A Kingdom Forgotten

A Kingdom Forgotten Charles W. McDonald Jr.
  • Title: A Kingdom Forgotten
  • Author: Charles W. McDonald Jr.
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  • Page: 495
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  • A Kingdom Forgotten Charles W. McDonald Jr. A Kingdom Forgotten In the wake of the banned and now infamous Damon s Damnation spell one immeasurably powerful outlaw mage tests the boundaries of corruption undone of fate and of a justice purpose built for him I
    In the wake of the banned, and now infamous, Damon s Damnation spell, one immeasurably powerful outlaw mage tests the boundaries of corruption undone, of fate, and of a justice purpose built for him In his obsession to gain enough power to test these boundaries, he tests the boundaries of Creation itself, affecting the seeds of Humanity throughout the known Universe ThIn the wake of the banned, and now infamous, Damon s Damnation spell, one immeasurably powerful outlaw mage tests the boundaries of corruption undone, of fate, and of a justice purpose built for him In his obsession to gain enough power to test these boundaries, he tests the boundaries of Creation itself, affecting the seeds of Humanity throughout the known Universe The accumulation of all this power begins and ends with a triad of pivotal relationships, and with his evolving understanding of his own soul This is the story of his execution of his Master Plan to thwart the very fate he brought into existence with the making of A Throne of Souls.
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    About Charles W. McDonald Jr.


    1. Charles W McDonald Jr was born in Oklahoma City, raised in Norman, Oklahoma, and is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a BBA in Management Information Systems and a Minor in Economics He also has a background in Aerospace Engineering and High Availability Systems Engineering Honorably discharged from the United States Air Force Reserves, he also has a background in the armed forces He lives with his wife, Brandy L McDonald, in Roanoke, TX.In the summer of 1995, Charles read every available book on the Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan in a couple of weeks, and later that same July awoke in the middle of the night from an incredibly immersive dream Charles began writing, by hand, everything he could remember from that dream which became the outline for the story of A Throne of Souls Very shortly afterwards, Charles wrote Robert Jordan directly, looking for advice and inspiration for his own work, and Robert Jordan personally responded in a three page letter, encouraging Charles to tell his story in his way, in his voice, and in his time The completion of A Throne of Souls is a deeply personal mission for Charles to thank the spirit of Robert Jordan.


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    1. I won t review this book since I wrote it, but I ll share the first Critic Review from Christopher Ford in the U.K His full review is expected to be published very soon and available on his site chrisfordnovels.In his preview of his review Christopher said As for the story itself, it is a very complex plot line with lots of fascinating characters However, I do not think you should change anything for the following books It will not appeal to everyone, but then no book does, but to those that it [...]

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    2. The review I am bringing you today is a very special one If you are looking forward to an easy, leisurely read that will while away a few hours, then please, please look elsewhere If you are looking for a difficult, challenging and thought provoking read that will change your view of literature forever then look no further than A Kingdom Forgotten This offering is the debut from American author Charles McDonald, and wow what a debut When I first spoke to Charles and he asked me to review his wor [...]

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    3. Fair warning, this is my longest review yet I don t feel like this author s work is well known so I ll try to help out.Before I decided to read this book, I did some homework on the material because at the beginning of each book there is a preface and it can come off as intimidating content I ve read well over a hundred books now and well into my second hundred and complex content doesn t really scare me off That s important for this series, because it is dense material and by the author s own a [...]

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    4. McDonald writes with a style that Robert Jordan would be proud of See my full review on msjmentions

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    5. I genuinely don t know where to begin with this review All I know is that if I have to read the word seductively one time, I m going to scream into a pillow for five years Even typing the word is giving me PTSD Buddy, if your characters are as smoking hot as you describe, you won t need to continuously use the word seductive to describe everything they do Every single one of them was described as some variation of handsome , stunning , chiselled , or perfect The women were beautiful, with huge [...]

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    6. ke unto has become my most disliked phrase in a book It is over used and makes the writing look clumsy Keep your similes simple The author clearly has a lot of good ideas bouncing around in his head, but this book needs a lot of editing I have no desire to read the next book in the series.

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    7. 3.5 Stars, but doesnt allow partial star marking See my review at forumsinebookclub vie

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