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Rm like species that reanimate And Possess The Drowned Dead possess the drowned dead whole series could be written about this uniue and cool specie of humanoids that are down right creepy and scary This series could be written about this uniue and cool specie of humanoids that are down right creepy and scary This had a great feel to it from the damp and wet feel that these creatures bring to the novelI loved these two books and cannot wait to read about Jacob Burn I highly recommend them It s not fair to the author to read the second book in a series first but in this case it saved a little time The first person narrator is a self described criminal whose style of narration is breathless sentence fragments Most of the characters sound the same except for the Mother Fehn a truly inspired creation There are HBO worthy levels of carnage which is not enough to interest me in reading the first book The plotting would have been interesting and the narrator appealing if of the characters had been left standing at the endRead this book if steam punk and original world building are of interest It is reminiscent of Gene Wolfe in the latter respect always a flattering comparison The character named Wilson is also a well presented original creation If Akers Ever Wrote A Preuel ever wrote a preuel Wilson s backstory I d probably be tempted I read this straight after book 1 and it just wasn t as good There s a really interesting story lurking in the wings in this world and we ve seen bits and pieces of it which might be the Burn Cycle 2 or might just be left in the wings as a barely acknowledged threat which as plot ideas go is brilliant Don t get me wrong it s still good But it took longer to get into despite being familiar with the world from book 1 and didn t seem as engaging although there are still shocks and surprises in there A decent seuel but I found the book less engaging than the first book Heart of Veridon and its ending did not really resolve things I assume it is set up for a third book but I found it well written but less original than the first on. Ies present themselves as allies and former friends set themselves against Jacob as he tries to put the dead to rest and the living to justice Everything gets difficult when he’s appointed by the Council to investigate the rise of the cog dead while some hold him personally accountable and others in the city work to use the chaos to their advantage. .
Ere are just uestions that should been answered and they are not Also as in the first book the secondary characters are interesting than the main one which goes well till we are left alone with himStill a worthwhile and uick read The ending was rushed without concluding left alone with himStill a worthwhile and uick read The ending was rushed without concluding of the major plot points or major characters stories Considering it is considered the final in the series this was rather disappointing The first book is a better read with a smoother pace It feels like the author ran out of time for this book Another enjoyable read from Tim Akers This book had a different tone from the first one The danger felt much immediate this time and less slow political intrigue The ending left something to be desired for me A lot of things left open to interpretation If ou enjoyed the first book Kanji et Kana : Manuel et lexique des 2141 caractres officiels de l'criture japonaise suivi de caractres composs formant un vocabulaire de base de plus de 12 000 mots you will definitely enjoy this one 4 StarsThis book and series is a steampunk blast of fun to read I enjoyed this book as much as I did the first even though we get less backstory and less about our protagonist Jacob Burn Ifou like well imagined steampunk novels that are heavy in the action this is a series for Un Protecteur Pour Caroline (Forces Trs Spciales t. 1) you There are plenty of cool gadgets machines mech people and unusual places and devices Wilson a former friend and cohort of Jacob is an Anansi a spider person complete with many hidden legs and is often referred to as a Bug The writing is detailed and a whole lot of fun I looked down at the blade in my hand The black blood of the revenants was slick along its length pooling and dripping onto the deck of the raft As it fell it coagulated before my eyes crystallizing into tiny gears that clattered noisily at my feet I stared at the snowflake delicate gears swirling peacefully in the pools of water left behind mixing with the blood of the crew who had died in the fight along with my own leaking from numerous cuts and bruises Much of this book centers on the race of the Fehn They are an underwater race of a wo. Le life out of everything that is familiar even turned away from his circle of criminal friends and interesting enemies Twoears after he saved an ungrateful city from a mad angel thwarting the plans of every powerful faction in Veridon Jacob is still trying to pull his life together And still trouble finds him A bad job goes worse and soon old enem. Wow What a disappointment I really enjoyed the first book in this series and had high expectations for this one and it looked like it was going "to live up to them early on About midway through the book our protagonist Jacob Burn "live up to them early on About midway through the book our protagonist Jacob Burn to ruminate about his relationship with his father and with Emily his girlfriend that died I started to get bored After that the book started sliding badly not enough action plot not really going anywhere Burn kind of all over the place I m leaving no I m not I m going here now I m going there He Shows Up At One up at one randomly as a result of proximity which happens to be where a significant character livesThe plot isn t great and get worse as it goes on A little too much Burn not making plans but always making the right guesses outsmarting all these conspirators who ve been plotting for ears just by being in the right place at the right time and figuring things out And the ending uite simply sucks Nothing s really resolved and none of it is particularly satisfyingTo be honest the may I feel about this book right now two stars is probably generous but I did enjoy the book in the early going Great cast of characters and a ton of action Akers s books always keep me early going Great cast of characters and a ton of action Akers s books always keep me past my bedtime Published 2011 Heart of Veridon was such a good book Dead of Veridon was much the same right up until the end and then disappointment set in It felt rushed and unsettled There were major points left hanging There s not much to go on to consider a finishing third book to end it all as this is described as the terminal novel for the series of two Such great hopes This is the second Veridon book picking up two ears later from the previous oneIt keeps up the mix of the high and low of the city with non stop action and worldbuilding aking a second place to cool ideas and a bit extra actionYet it gets three stars because the ending feels rushed and even incomplete There are cliffhangers and then th. A thrilling hard boiled adventure set in a steam punk world Jacob Burn outcast scion of a noble family turned petty criminal and recently his ungrateful city's savior is hurled into a maeltstrom of conflicting loyalties and deadly alliances as the dead of Veridon begin to rise againTrouble finds Jacob Burn Kicked out of his house out of his comfortab. ,

Tim Akers ✓ 7 review


Dead of Veridon The Burn Cycle #2