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Child of Fate

Child of Fate Early winters and distant cities make the northern reaches fit only for adventurous homesteaders Alto is on the verge of becoming such a man when his father is ambushed by monstrous raiders from the m

  • Title: Child of Fate
  • Author: Jason Halstead
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Early winters and distant cities make the northern reaches fit only for adventurous homesteaders Alto is on the verge of becoming such a man when his father is ambushed by monstrous raiders from the mountains.Determined to find help for his father Alto leaves his home behind and sets out with a group of adventurers tasked with learning the true nature of the raids Help fEarly winters and distant cities make the northern reaches fit only for adventurous homesteaders Alto is on the verge of becoming such a man when his father is ambushed by monstrous raiders from the mountains.Determined to find help for his father Alto leaves his home behind and sets out with a group of adventurers tasked with learning the true nature of the raids Help for his family grows and distant as the boy is swept up into a budding war with a neighboring nation and the threats of evil forces from the mountains.A fiery tempered princess from the eastern kingdom falls into Alto s hands by twist of fate The fate of two nations rests in their hands, provided they can keep them off of each other s throats.

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      Published :2019-09-10T14:04:18+00:00

    About "Jason Halstead"

    1. Jason Halstead

      Talking about myself in the third person is giving me fits time to switch this up.My day job is that of a computer jockey and all the hands on and hands off work that entails When I leave the office behind I jump into family life beautiful wife and two obnoxiously cute young children , finding a new way to hurt myself while powerlifting, and writing.As of mid 2015 I haven t hit the 100 book mark yet, but I m getting close There s always at least in process I just can t seem to stop myself

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    1. Someone above mentioned that this book reminded them of Skyrim. Pretty spot on.This book was alright. I cannot remember if I paid for it, but if I did it was less than four dollars. I wouldn't pay more. There are sequels that I may pick up if they go on sale (or if I happen upon them in Half Priced Books). It was a good, light read for when you're on a car trip or lunch break. Easy to pick up or put down. To me, the characters seemed shallow and a little cliche, but the progressing storyline mad [...]


    2. Swordbearer's SwordAlto's father was attacked by goblins. His father hurt, Alto went after them by himself. When he found the goblins being attacked by a few men, he joined in and killed a goblin that was running away. After finding out that the men were bounty hunters and promised him enough gold to heal his father, Alto decided to go with them. Although Alto was a big man, he moved very fast. In no time, he should be able to earn enough money to heal his father. And so, let the adventures begi [...]


    3. A good story, but uneven writing marred the overall experience. Several times I had to back up and re-read a sentence or paragraph as pronouns switched meaning midway.Still, almost immediately upon starting this book I had the urge to revisit Skyrim. The blend of swordplay, magic, dragons, goblins, ogres - and even the ale houses and barmaids - all struck a similar chord. So, if you like this type of world, I expect you'll enjoy Child of Fate.


    4. Swashbuckling Tale of Daring Do!Just a young Farm boy determined to drive the murderous goblins off his father's land, fate intervenes and he's in a motley crew off for adventure and gold. Throw in trolls, ogres, wizards an elf along with a beautiful warrior princess and you have a tale worthy of your time reading.



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