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The Gateway (2000)

by Glenn G. Thater(Favorite Author)
3.26 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: I thought this was good but not exactly wonderful. It started off very slow taking a very long time to build up to the promised action. Since this was a pretty short story I am okay with that because the writing was decent and it did keep me engaged the whole time. It just fell a little flat for me. I think I was put off a bit by the mixing of modern and ancient dialog. It was a weird mix that worked for the most part but pulled me out of the story a few times.Also I didn't really get a chance to care much about the characters even though they spent 2/3 of the story talking about themselves and the situation. I can't really explain why it didn't grab me but it didn't. This was a decent start to a series but it didn't really thrill me enough that I will bother trying to fin... mored the rest of the stories.
review 2: If you are a hard-core fantasy fan, you are sure to love this swords and sworcery adventure. Thater has imbued our medieval world with honor, courage and magic. This is a place where average men fight alongside godlike warriors. When the bank of fog rolls in and ancient ruins begin to reconstitute, you can either run or stand at the gates of chaos and protect your world. Lord Theta, Sir Gabriel, Brother Claradon, and the rest of the Glenn Thater's knights choose to stand and fight. less
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Alot of magic, war and hell!!! What a story!?! Love it and can't wait to read the next one!!!
Decent - just wets your appetite for the chase - free on kindle
3 1/2 STARS I Really Liked It, especially for a free ebook!
Loved it! Well thought out book. Couldn't put it down!
An epic, horror fantasy!
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