The Prince of Shadow

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The Prince of Shadow

The Prince of Shadow This first novel in the Seven Brothers series draws upon the rich legends cultures and traditions of the East to create an epic tale Llesho was only seven years old when the Harn invaded Thebin sla

  • Title: The Prince of Shadow
  • Author: Curt Benjamin
  • ISBN: 9780756400545
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • This first novel in the Seven Brothers series draws upon the rich legends, cultures, and traditions of the East to create an epic tale Llesho was only seven years old when the Harn invaded Thebin, slaying his father and selling the boy into slavery On Pearl Island, he was trained as a diver until a vision changed his life completely The spirit of his long dead teacherThis first novel in the Seven Brothers series draws upon the rich legends, cultures, and traditions of the East to create an epic tale Llesho was only seven years old when the Harn invaded Thebin, slaying his father and selling the boy into slavery On Pearl Island, he was trained as a diver until a vision changed his life completely The spirit of his long dead teacher revealed the truth about Llesho s royal family his brothers were alive, but enslaved, living in distant lands Now, to free his brothers and himself Llesho must become a gladiator He must go face to face with sorcerers And gods And .

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    1. ✩Anna✩ on said:

      Made it about 60% through before I finally gave up. There was just nothing special about this book that made me want to keep reading. Main character was a bit of a Mary Sue. Overall, pretty boring.

    2. Yasmín on said:

      Distinto a lo que suelo leer. Tiene un aire oriental que me encantó, pero la redaccion del autor deja bastante que desear. No se entiende bien y las imagenes no se logran formar del todo, menos las de los combates. Los personajes suelen interpretar mas de lo que no dicen si preguntaran sería todo mas facil de entender y seguir. Faltan dialogos o algo que te permita entender un poco mas lo que se espera de LeshoLos personajes bien formados con un aire de misterio atrapante. Me hubiese gustado q [...]

    3. Stephen on said:

      This was an easy read, and the eastern influences were refreshing after so many Euro-centric fantasy novels. I really liked the easy way everything was introduced and the way things were hinted at and then revealed. There were some minor pacing problems near the end with too much time spent on Llesho's internal conflict regarding his feelings that his friends shouldn't sacrifice themselves for him. One nice thing about this book is that gay people exist and are treated largely as just regular pe [...]

    4. Chasbhawk on said:

      Decent start to a series. Being a sword and sorcery aficionado, I wanted to experience an "Eastern" flavor to such a series. Have tried the David Weber Middle Kingdom series, but bogged down there. Here the concepts were fine, if unimaginative. Just didn't get enough explanation of the geography (e.g. a map?), the spiritual involvement was not well explained, nor how the "bad" guy was quite so prodigious in his ability when he was previously stuck in a backwater of a large continent. Too many ev [...]

    5. Carla on said:

      Though I don't feel any immediate need to write a review of this book, I will say that it reminded me a bit of Avatar the Last Air Bender. The setting, tone, quest, and many of the characters left me with this impression. People who enjoy Avatar will likely enjoy this book.Over all, I rather enjoyed my experience with this book. Like many books, it was not perfect, but it was not noticeably bad either. I will absolutely be moving on to the next book in the future.

    6. Camille on said:

      I picked up this book because it is an Asian based fantasy novel. I have long thought that the elegant and complex Asian Mythos would wook very well as a basis for fantasy fiction. I was not disapointed with this adaptation. Of course my favorite part was the intorduction of the dragons. Western dragons are alright, but Chinese water dragons are my favorite. I wish more fantasy would go this direction. I am looking forward to the next installment.

    7. T J on said:

      A young slave pearl-diver finds himself, trying to do the impossible, with unlikely companions to assist. Curt Benjamin is a new writer to me but I love his style of storytelling, his writing pulled me right in and this is book full of high adventure and mysteries. Now on to book 2: The Prince of Dreams.

    8. Dawn on said:

      I found this book to be both too slow and too fast. Either taking what seemed a very long time to get through something boring or speeding through a section that could or even should have taken longer, both in pages or timeline.I felt like the story was a bit more on the legend side of storytelling and, in this case at least, I didn’t find it engaging.

    9. Farhana Faruq on said:

      I found the read a little slow paced, however I did enjoy the storyline.I would have given it four stars and wouldn't have considered reading Part 2 if it wasn't for the ending. I loved how everything came together and all the unexpected details.

    10. Darren on said:

      I'm re-reading this series. I didn't remember much about it, but I did remember liking it a lot. And I still do. The main character is enjoyable to read about, although a bit dense. Master Den is awesome.

    11. Anna on said:

      I picked up this book at random, so had no preconceived notions. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters are complex and well developed, which rarely happens at the same time. The world building is subtly done. I care about what happens to the main character. I want to read the next.

    12. M.H. on said:

      i love finding a new author whose work I enjoy; this certainly falls in that category. I can't wait to get my hands on the next book in the series!

    13. Liam Johnstone on said:

      An interesting book. A fantasy novel with an asian flavour. I tried getting into the second one and didn't enjoy it as much. I'll give it another try someday, though.

    14. Craig on said:

      Good effort. Something lacking for me at the time of the reading.

    15. Ashley on said:

      It started off great, then dwindled. I got bored towards the middle of The Prince of Shadow. It wasn't a bad book I enjoyed it for the most part. If I could give out half stars this would get a 2.5

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