Monday, June 1, 2015

Age of the Aura: Phase 1: Champions of Power

Age of the Aura: Phase 1: Champions of Power  by Samuel Odunsi Jr

Nothing was more powerful than an Aura. It was a coveted might of celestial creation and the Blessed Galaxy had five of them. For millennia, the governing bodies harnessed the Auras while ruling their respective reaches of space. They were almost untouchable. But now they face the threat of a calamity from an unlikely source, which could shake the lives of all. Lowen Vars, a devout man of science, decides to take on the burden of saving the Galaxy. But he soon realizes the difficulty of playing the role of a hero while he begins the fateful saga of the Blessed Galaxy.

2.0 out of 5 stars Boring.. no concept of timeJune 1, 2015
This review is from: Age of the Aura: Phase 1: Champions of Power (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review*
So, I have to say, it was a struggle to get through this book. It had an interesting concept. I was excited to read it, but let down. I felt it was boring, drawn out, and written wrong. Either the author needs a better, more honest editor, or the book should be redone. I have no clue how much time passed through out this book.
I was annoyed that after reading this very long, droll book, that there was no closure. I understand it's "Part 1" of a series, but a good series will have closure to something each episode.
The story has a large cast of characters. At times I felt too many for the first part of a series. I don't mind reading Sci-Fi, but it has to be a story that grabs me and doesn't let go. If it bores me, I'll never be able to enjoy it. It's one of those genres that has to be fun. This story put me to sleep and did not excite me.
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