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  • Title: The Cerberus Rebellion
  • Author: JoshuaJohnson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian s Note Alternative cover edition for ASIN B008ENOYDEWar changes everything.On the world of Zaria, Elves, magic and mythical beasts coexist beside rifles and railroads The futures of two nations hang in the balance as rebels and revolutionaries trade gunfire with loyalists and tyrants.The King of Ansgar, secure in his belief that his loyal nobles and fearful suLibrarian s Note Alternative cover edition for ASIN B008ENOYDEWar changes everything.On the world of Zaria, Elves, magic and mythical beasts coexist beside rifles and railroads The futures of two nations hang in the balance as rebels and revolutionaries trade gunfire with loyalists and tyrants.The King of Ansgar, secure in his belief that his loyal nobles and fearful subjects answer to his every whim, seeks to gain favor with friends across the sea But his decision to send armies thousands of miles away will test that fear, and loyalty.In war, little is held back in revolution, nothing is safeA Novel of approximately 93,000 words.
    The Cerberus Rebellion Librarian s Note Alternative cover edition for ASIN B ENOYDEWar changes everything On the world of Zaria Elves magic and mythical beasts coexist beside rifles and railroads The futures of two nati

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    1. I ve read other books belonging to the genre of gunpowder fantasy , and i consider the ones from the Powder mages serie amongst my favorites fantasy novels of recent post 2000 publication There was magic, there was military mayhem, war, treachery, love and unforgettable characters.The Cerberus rebellion feels noticeably different, in my opinion, and it s not so a good thing.First of all fantasy There are strange lands, with exotic names There are elves few but you could easily forget them if the [...]

    2. In this complex book, we go to war.I ve never read what the author describes as gunpowder fantasy The mix of guns and other technology with true fantasy items like elves was a strange thing to get used to It wasn t bad, just different, and every now and then something would make me jolt and I d be out of the story for a moment like when the king tucked a newspaper under his arm it made me feel as though I was in modernish times and not in another world.Kudos to the author for remarkably complex [...]

    3. This is a very crowded canvas that the author has unfolded before us It is a story of the empire of Ansgar ruled currently by King Eadric , the rebellion of an area within it called Kerberos why there is a difference in spelling between the text and the title escapes me and also that of a group of nobles holding fiefs, titles and or land, etc in the West The story seems relatively simple the Kerberosi have never really accepted Ansgari rule they and the nobility of the West see an opportunity to [...]

    4. This title falls into the category of gunpowder fantasy, as you can probably tell from the subtitle The genre is not so heavily populated, but unfortunately this is really not the best example if you are just getting started.The writing is rather clunky, there s an overabundance of descriptions of all sorts Every time some people enter enter the scene, all their names and titles are listed whether they matter or not Instead of a group of nobles entered the room you ll get a group of nobles enter [...]

    5. I don t normally read war novels But the premise of this one with griffins and gunpowder intrigued me I was pleasantly pleased with the book It was fairly easy to read, although the descriptions of so many of the characters got a bit monotonous I was highly amused of the coincidence of names of people I actually know I m guessing it s purely coincidental as I don t believe the author knows the same people I do I have already recommended the book to others and plan to continue Well done

    6. Cerberus Rebellion is a science fiction piece set in a land filled with mythical griffins, elves, and nobles trying their best to rule I don t always read science fiction, but this one caught my eye and held my attention With palpable tension between the nations and the action of war, this story is fantastic.I found the writing to flow smooth and easy, and the lyrical words kept the read going Mr Johnson has a vivid imagination, and his images have come alive on the page I d recommend this read [...]

    7. This was a fantastical war novel that caught my attention with its Griffins and Gunpowder heading There were many epic battles fought with sword and guns and flights on Griffins that later continued on trains It was hard to wrap my head around the anachronisms but incredibly enjoyable Like a giant game of fantasy Risk I will definitely read another book in the series

    8. Good but not greatI enjoyed the book but thought the story lacked a certain depth and detail It was not easy to keep track of characters and locations.

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