The dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1. The Dystopia Spell (Multiverse Mashup #1) by Brian Olsen 2019-03-10

The dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1 Rating: 9,1/10 1559 reviews

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the dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1

With the inclusion of elves, merpeople, orcs, dragons, and fairies not to mention the robot pirate that opened the book and the sci-fi elements inherent to the existence of the Crossroads this an entertaining read, if you remain on the surface level; there's a lot of disparate lore trying to be incorporated into one narrative without much of the necessary development going on to make it cohesive and truly build upon the concept of the multiverse. Are your swashbuckling pirates battling killer robots? Save Note: Some posts may contain affiliate links. It is half sci-fi alien adventure and half dystopian looking futuristic city society. All in all, worth a few hour's time imho. Overall, I'd give it a 2. When genres collide, Jed is there to pick up the pieces…and have a whole lot of fun. Jed Ryland is an agent of the Crossroads, always on watch for incompatible universes smashing together.

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The Dystopia Spell

the dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1

These gumdrop gumshoes fell through a tear in the fabric of space and time into a world of murder, intrigue, and ancient magic, where the mysteries are much more deadly than a search for a stolen allowance or missing homework. Should you choose to purchase a product, we will receive a small commission for the sale at no additional cost to you. But Jane is worried more about love and cake than some pesky zombie apocalypse. I just don't see the attraction to a story that. It's been compared to The Hunger Games which is something I was never interested in reading and now I know I was right. Piece of Kindle Unlimited, some on freebie days some ku. Is a masked slasher lurking in your cozy mystery? Jed Ryland is an agent of the Crossroads, traveling throughout various universes to ensure their survival when something anomalous appears.

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The Dystopia Spell (Multiverse Mashup #1) by Brian Olsen

the dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1

Too much of that going around in books and movies so it's something I would have avoided. I think the blues and blacks are more appealing than the oranges and yellows. Needless to say, it works out for all three. And I like the bright circle things. Book two, Night of the Living Date is also available, so buy The Dystopia Spell now to get started on this series of fast-paced genre-smashing adventures! Register a Free 1 month Trial Account.

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Multiverse Mashup

the dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1

Jed Ryland is an agent of the Crossroads, protecting the multiverse when worlds collide. But, I do think there is font overload. Every instinct I had screamed that this would be bad. Too much of that going around in books and movies so it's something I would have avoided. I read this for a challenge otherwise I probably wouldn't have finished.

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The Dystopia Spell (Multiverse Mashup #1) by Brian Olsen

the dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1

This time out, a dystopian society where teens are forced to battle for their lives is invaded by monsters from a sword-and-sorcery fantasy realm. When I started this book, I was disappointed to find the author decided he to rehash the Hunger Games and probably The Maze Runner too. Description Jed Ryland is an agent of the Crossroads, always on watch for incompatible universes smashing together. To read this, and other book reviews, visit my website:. With this batch of teens determined to have more than the traditional one winner of the Gauntlet, Jed adds his ingenuity, training, and unique technology to aid their pursuit and the brewing rebellion while striving to save this world. But overall, I find the cover busy.

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The Dystopia Spell (Multiverse Mashup #1) by Brian Olsen

the dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1

The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the the dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1 gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. Having been dispatched to a universe where teens battle for an opportunity for them and their families to live in Hedon, Jed has to figure out what is causing magical beings from other universes to appear in this dystopian society before it destroys both universes. . Jed Ryland is an agent of the Crossroads, traveling throughout various universes to ensure their survival when something anomalous appears. I primarily write science fiction with a sense of humor, though I veer into fantasy and the paranormal from time to time. Is a masked slasher lurking in your cozy mystery? None were truly necessary to advance the plot. Jed Ryland is an agent of the Crossroads, always on watch for incompatible universes smashing together.

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Reading : The Dystopia Spell Multiverse Mashup Book 1

the dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1

Jed is a wisecracking hero, patrolling the multiverse and saving the day when worlds collide. I must say I was pleasantly surprised. I look forward to reading the next book in the series! Having been di The universe functions under very specific parameters, so when something enters a universe that doesn't belong and threatens the fabric of that universe, such as in Brian Olsen's The Dystopia Spell, the Crossroads will intervene to correct the issue. Fun, if flawed Okay, so this needs to be said: If you aren't that into The Hunger Games, then a good chunk of this probably won't appeal to you. A bisexual dimensional time cop. Jed Ryland is an agent of the Crossroads, always on watch for incompatible universes smashing together. For me, though, the repetitive error bogged the story down a bit.

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Reading : The Dystopia Spell Multiverse Mashup Book 1

the dystopia spell multiverse mashup book 1

Wish more authors thought that way! What are your thoughts on this cover? The Dystopia Spell is the first book of the Multiverse Mashup series. And if you can't handle some fantastical dei ex machina. Bisexual more on the gay side adventurer is how I'd describe him though his adventures are his job. Overall, not too bad for a mashup type cover. I must say I was pleasantly surprised. I primarily write science fiction with a sense of humor, though I veer into fantasy and the paranormal from time to time. A bisexual dimensional time cop.

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