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    From Wall Street Journal best-selling author Aleron Kong comes Awakening, book one of God's Eye, the long-awaited second series of the Labyrinth Universe!

    Discover a unique new world seen from the perspective of a newly born god in a breathtaking saga of divine proportions.

    Telos is a world at the center of a Universe. A bright jewel wrapped in a Lattice of realities. It is a world that gods and demons call home at the beginning of a new age. Remy is a newly risen deity, struggling to survive in a Battle Royale where the consequences are worse than death and last longer than damnation.

    He will find that he cannot live with his tribe of worshippers. Their strength is his, and his is theirs. Other tribes want nothing more than to feast upon their flesh and consume their power. It is a deadly race of technology and power, faith and corruption, of commoners and legends.

    Gods of ancient pantheons and demons of forbidden nightmares compete in a timeless game where the stakes are the souls of every living being. These old forces will come to fear a newly risen god.

    His name will become a curse on their lips. His name will be a chant in the mouths of the faithful. His name will be carved in time.

    Zero Fell, Zero Fell, ZERO FELL! 

    My friends, this book is five years in the making. Set in the same Universe as The Land, I hope you enjoy this new world with new magics. New friends to cheer for and new enemies to hate.

    As always, I wish you a wonderful life!

    Peace, love, and the perfect margarita,
    Aleron Kong

    Other books by Aleron Kong

    Chaos Seeds

    The Land Saga

    • Founding
    • Forging
    • Alliances
    • Catacombs
    • Swarm
    • Raiders
    • Predators
    • Monsters
    ©2020 Aleron K Kong (P)2021 Tamori Publications LLC

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    sooo slow

    I am a huge fan of The Land, the humor and the overall characters, but Aleron Kong has just lost his way a little bit. Already the last book of the chaos seed was quite a disaster and the same problems continue with this one. There is just no progression and so much repetition. The fight scenes are so overly detailed and drawn out that it is just nothing else but boring, i mean the first 10 hours of this book are just the MC sitting in a tree. Feels like the start to an other endless series the fades out and never comes close to an end, just like the chaos seed.

    7 Leute fanden das hilfreich

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    Love the book, hate the ending!

    Loved it tough some parts draged on and too much talking about how weird this all is, also screw you for the ending!

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    A repeat of The Land: Monsters

    Aleron has the same problems here as with book 8 of The Land. Very little progression and drawn out fights that seems like he is trying to reenact old kiting strategies he used when playing MMOS.. Gets the job done, but does not make an exiting tale.
    What space is left in the story is filled with prompt reading.