The Last Kinmark (The Kinmark Saga, #1)

The Last Kinmark The Kinmark Saga As the twin sons of the Kinmark king Ahkdo and Kiv have experienced nothing but the best that life has to offer This privileged upbringing has filled them with great hope for the future but a dire t

  • Title: The Last Kinmark (The Kinmark Saga, #1)
  • Author: Josh Brannan
  • ISBN: 9781517485269
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • As the twin sons of the Kinmark king, Ahkdo and Kiv have experienced nothing but the best that life has to offer This privileged upbringing has filled them with great hope for the future, but a dire threat looms in the background of their idyllic world When this new threat reveals itself, the Kinmarks must take their place as the greatest of the four Tytan families and rAs the twin sons of the Kinmark king, Ahkdo and Kiv have experienced nothing but the best that life has to offer This privileged upbringing has filled them with great hope for the future, but a dire threat looms in the background of their idyllic world When this new threat reveals itself, the Kinmarks must take their place as the greatest of the four Tytan families and react accordingly The events surrounding that reaction will change the lives of the twins and everyone they love as the entire world of Fulorn finds itself headed in a new and dangerous direction.

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    1. I am starting to get more and more into fantasy novels as I journey through as a blogger and this book has helped me to become even more interested in the genre. A tale of knights and kings and perilous journeys. I enjoyed each page as I turned. It is well written with interesting characters. My only complaint is the female characters could have had a bigger role ( I know I love the strong female character) and they could have held bigger parts in the book. Here's to hoping they get a bigger rol [...]

    2. I received a free copy of this book for my honest review. I liked it. I, like many other reviewers, thought it really started to pick up once the family gets on the move. I also wish the brothers Ahkdo and Kiv were a bit less bratty and could have used a little more meat on the romance end (but that might just be my style) hopefully they're relationships will get more time in the next book. It wasn't perfect but it was enjoyable.

    3. As a fan of fantasy literature, I know just how hard it is find an original story. There are big shoes to fill, left by some of fiction’s greatest authors and all the good stuff has already been done before, and done and done and done. A really good writer can take the tried and true, slightly overused elements, (A warrior based feudal society, magic, a prophecy that means many things to many different peoples and a pantheon of gods, plus the hint of a dragon) and turn them into a great story. [...]

    4. Originally reviewed at: thequeenofblades.u4.25 starsI've been having a - I hesitate to use the word difficult, awkward? No. *checks thesaurus* Galling? Almost. Aha! Vexing! That's the word I'm looking for. I have been having a vexing (I love that word) time when it comes to books for the past few months. I have read some brilliant works, but I've also read some not-so-brilliant ones. I've abandoned more books in the last few months than I ever thought possible. That's really something for me, I [...]

    5. This is an old fashioned story retold at the highest mark of literary talent. We have privileged twin princes who are faced with a terrible change in their kingdom. They are expected to stand up and defend themselves, their people, and their name as the greatest of the Tytan families. The Last Kinmark just sounds familiar, even the title makes me wonder if I’ve read the book before but Brannan proved me wrong with his wonderful writing talent. Nothing feels reused or retold in this story, the [...]

    6. I was given a copy of this book for an honest review. It took me a while to get into this book. The name and places are different, however once familiar with them it only adds to the story.This story follows the journey of Ahkdo and kiv who are twin brothers and princes to the kinmark. It starts with the emperor being killed by his own brother, using magic that is unheard of only in stories told by the miz. I would have liked to have seen more of this. How he found such magic etc.I feel the stor [...]

    7. This book was a surprise for me. I really enjoyed it! This book was hard to put down and I would read more on this series. * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*

    8. Disjointed, formulaic, and poorly written. This book is just not good. The story is confused and pieces are dropped indiscriminately. The prose is stilted and the author is a "teller" not a "shower". Both the main characters inexplicably fall in love with people outside of their social rank basically instantly and without explanation.I do not recommend it.

    9. Wow!!!!!This book is awesome!! From the beginning to the end I could not put the book down. This book is not your run of the mill fantasy. It is a story about 2 brothers who are also princes. It has one of my favorite side characters ever, the hammer. If you love fantasy with a twist. You will love this book. I highly recommend it. Josh Brannan is an author I will definitely expecting big things from.

    10. It took me a few chapters to get into this book, with the introduction of the characters, but after that I really enjoyed the book. I can see that the author has immersed himself in the writing and that comes across with how believable the world of Fulorn and the characters seem to be. I was hooked by the end of the book and will definitely be reading the rest of the series.

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