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The Hero Always Wins (The Hero Always Wins, #1) Free download Ë 105 á The knight's oath is barely off Darcy's tongue and already the world is collapsing around him As the demon hordes of Angra Jyn slaughter their way toward the city betrayal amongst the knights' own ranks threatens to destroy them before they can The knight's oath is barely off Darcy's tongue and already the world is collapsing around him As the demon hordes of Angra Jyn slaughter their way toward the city betrayal amongst the knights' own ranks threate. This book is awesome It's fun It's exciting It's a perfect blend of traditional fantasy mixed with modern sensibilitiesRobert Eaton unfolds THE HERO ALWAYS WINS brilliantly He teases out the story giving just the right information at the right time so that when the big secrets are revealed I found myself blinking in surprise somewhat ashamed that I didn't pick up on the twists and turns He gives the reader all the information needed to predict many of these swerves ahead of time but does so deftly and subtly within the narrative that they come as a shockI really can't give out any details about the story arch because that will ruin the surprises for you I will say this I was fully invested in pretty much every character on both sides of the conflict Eaton does a great ob of painting both protagonists and antagonists in such a light that it's easy to identify and sympathize with them allIs it a perfect book No But then I believe there are no perfect books Most of my minor and I repeat VERY minor issues that I had with THE HERO ALWAYS WINS are due to my own tastes so I won't go into themGet this book Get lost in the adventure See if you can figure out what's going on ahead of time If you do you payed closer attention than I did

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Continues to strike in the night He will not give up even as friends start to doubt him and sanity begins to slip beyond his grasp Why Because victory is his destinyBecause he is the hero and the hero always wi. What can I say but to start off by saying they don't call it epic fantasy just for the hell of it I grew up on Tolkien My bed time stories when I was young were 'The Hobbit' and 'The Lord of the Rings' Fantasy is and always will be my favorite genre so when I met Robert Eaton on Twitter I was excited Another fantasy writer I uickly downloaded his book and finally got to it about three months later'The Hero Always Wins' is fantastic It has warlocks knights wyrms healers magic if you want it it's in there What I absolutely loved was the twist I can't go into it because it will give away a big part of the story but let me tell you this when I finally realized what was happening my jaw dropped and I swore out loud which earned me a raised eyebrow from my husband Eaton's characters are real Their range of emotion is fantastic you never end a scene wondering how that particular character has handled it emotionally The discriptions of the lanscapes and places are phenomenalThis book is Robert's debut novel and I never would have guessed it had I not known A lot of debut novels mine included seem to have that 'I'm getting comfortable with my author skin' feel to them 'The Hero Always Wins' doesn't It starts off well written and it ends well written So do I recommend this book Obviously This one gets five stars from me All that's left to say really is Robert when's your next novel coming out

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The Hero Always Wins The Hero Always Wins #1Ns to destroy them before they can even make their standBut the blood of a hero flows in Darcy's veins He will not be discouraged by the war he is losing He will not be dissuaded by the traitorous assassin who. Sword and sorcery Yes pleaseSword and sorcery and lesbians Engaging starving orphan eyes please sir I want some No really I want Where the hell is the seuel I need to know if Carys and Arabella ever get it oooon I mean um declare their deep and abiding love for one another Yep totally meant that HehOkay let me get serious Not that I'm not serious about the girl lovin' of course becausewell Have you met meAnyway here's the deal I can't pretend this book is perfect If I'm honest and I always am whether you like it or not it could use some work You can definitely tell it's self published because it suffers throughout from a lot of simple typographical errors missing words confused syntax that sort of thing as well as a handful of formatting flubs that I feel confident would have been caught and corrected by any half competent editor And I say that in no way intending to belittle or disrespect the people mentioned in the acknowledgements section whom the author had proofread for him; I'm sure they did the job to the best of their ability but the fact is that there is a difference clearly between what can be accomplished by an amateur compared to what can be accomplished by a professionalAs further evidence of this point my biggest complaint about this book is not the basic typos or the rest of the aforementioned but rather that large portions of the narrative read like a summary I will be the first to admit that Show Don't Tell is NOT an ironclad rule of writing as some would have us believe; it's of a guideline which some writers would do well to follow less strenuously But I feel that having the guidance of professionals at a reputable publishing house would have helped Eaton to strike a happy medium because what we have here is what should have been a 400 page epic crammed into a mere 224 pages the result of which is a book that feels like an outline rather than a finished workAnd that pisses me off uite frankly because you know what This book has a hell of a lot of potential I didn't really get into it until about page 70 or so but after that I started being pretty impressed with Robert Eaton as a writer Despite the brevity of this book he managed to lay the foundation for a really intriguing magical saga with at least three concurrent storylines and evoked some pretty badass imagery while he was at it It would almost sneak up on me sometimes I'd be like reading reading reading oh hey that's pretty coolAnd while we're on the subject of things sneaking up on me can I just take a minute to discuss the subtle mindfuckery that goes on in this book I don't want to give too much away and spoil the story but let's just say that the person you think you're supposed to be rooting for ends up being well not And someone you assume is only a bit player and basically disregard for at least a third of the story if not closer to half actually ends up being of central importance to the plot The effect is that by the end of the book you're left going Hey wait just a goddamn minute You totally don't see it coming Or at least I didn't I read a lot and I'm used to seeing the same old tired tropes trotted out over and over and over again so I thought I knew what was going to happen I was wrong And that I think is pretty fucking coolIn the acknowledgements Eaton states that he wrote this book as a hobby Well if this is what he turns out for a hobby I would love to see what he could produce if he approached a book as a serious concerted project And what I would really enjoy seeing is if at some point he had the time and inclination to expand this book into the epic it deserves to be with deeper explanations of the lore involved the magic and how it works and those bare bones sections fleshed out to tell a comprehensive and elaborate story But I realize of course that what I want to happen and what is actually going to happen have never exactly been similar so I will content myself with a seuel Please write a seuel Pretty please Hero as I said is not perfect But it is entertaining For me it was like reading a Baldur's Gate game Which is awesome of course because I fucking love those games And I just found out via the magic of Wikipedia that there are actually Baldur's GateForgotten Realms books as well and now I'm peeing myself with glee oh my god But I won't say that reading this book is like reading those books because clearly I have never read them and am therefore unualified to make that assertion So if you're a fantasy fan and especially if you're a fantasy fan who also likes the Baldur's Gate games or probably any DD based game really then it might be relevant to your interests to give The Hero Always Wins a uick read The open ending which is not to say cliffhanger per se may prove a bit frustrating but with any luck we can look forward to seeing SEUELSEUELSEUEL from Eaton in the future