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  1. says: summary An Exercise in Futility Steve Thomas ☆ 3 characters characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Steve Thomas

    characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Steve Thomas An Exercise in Futility E–pub New This is yet another self published ebook by a debut author the first part of a presumed trilogy 'The Histories of Atreus' This one was cheap but not that cheap £2 for each part adds up As always such books are a leap into the unknown but this one is better than mostThe first part of the book is rather ho hum a young ma

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    An Exercise in Futility E–pub New Steve Thomas ☆ 3 characters From the author of the very funny Klondaeg books Klondaeg The Monster Hunter An Exercise in Futility is a much serious even tragic book When the nomadic Gurdur tribes are threatened with conuest by the ruthless Empire to the south young Ezekiel

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    An Exercise in Futility E–pub New characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Steve Thomas summary An Exercise in Futility It was a bit slow at first while discussing the history of Kalharia The history was well crafted but had a tendency to slip into a somewhat dry textbook style of presentation However once I came to the Gurdur legend and the main story got going I found it to be a very engaging piece of work The unintentionally awkward points in the early dialogue are redeemed by the fascinating storyline including a plot twist that was

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    An Exercise in Futility E–pub New An Exercise in Futility by Steve Thomas tells the story of a war between nomadic tribes the Gurdur and their ancient enemies the Kalhar The story focuses on a small set of people from the protagonists Ezekiel and Charity as well as their families to the antagonists Emperor Kathelm and General Meunig Each character tells part of the story creating a patchwork of viewpointsI found the book a uick and entertaining read While I found

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    summary An Exercise in Futility An Exercise in Futility E–pub New characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Steve Thomas I was completely and fully blown away I was not expecting much when I first started this novel as the beginning felt like history class but then before I new it I was on the most amazing trek through the most amazing world

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    An Exercise in Futility E–pub New Steve Thomas ☆ 3 characters characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Steve Thomas The story was well written but I don't like books where I have to read a map or an appendix in order to understand what is going on within the story Novels should be something you can simply pick up and enjoy without having to put extra research into them

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    summary An Exercise in Futility Steve Thomas ☆ 3 characters An Exercise in Futility E–pub New A good fantasy book Interesting story line With magic death undead and a little bit of love what else could you

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An Exercise in Futility

An Exercise in Futility review Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Steve Thomas ☆ 3 characters S under dispute and his tribe prepares for war Ezekiel is left behind to train with his mysterious uncle There. It was a bit slow at first while discussing the history of Kalharia The history was well crafted but had a tendency to slip into a somewhat dry textbook style of presentation However once I came to the Gurdur legend and the main story got going I found it to be a very engaging piece of work The unintentionally awkward points in the early dialogue are redeemed by the fascinating storyline including a plot twist that wasn t entirely unforeshadowed but did throw me for a bit of a loop In addition to the captivating plot the author delivers subtle humour in the most perfect placesMore than simple light reading the book makes some poignant remarks about human interaction accepting unnecessarily negative situations with an attitude of at least it isn t any worse manipulating people by forcing their reliance on leadership the delicate issue of the humanity of the enemy in war fighting for traditions versus embracing progress and I think it was an excellent first book and I look forward to reading from this author

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An Exercise in Futility review Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Steve Thomas ☆ 3 characters He learns the art of necromancy and begins to wonder If a man can be brought back to life why not a civilizatio. I was completely and fully blown away I was not expecting much when I first started this novel as the beginning felt like history class but then before I new it I was on the most amazing trek through the most amazing world and I have this author to thank If you can stomach a little dry history to get to the juicy details then this novel is sure to please One last word for the Author when and where can I get

characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Steve Thomas

An Exercise in Futility review Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Steve Thomas ☆ 3 characters Beyond the borders of the mighty Kalharian Empire the Tribes of Gurdur wander a vast plain When the border fall. From the author of the very funny Klondaeg books Klondaeg The Monster Hunter An Exercise in Futility is a much serious even tragic book When the nomadic Gurdur tribes are threatened with conuest by the ruthless Empire to the south young Ezekiel longs to join in the battle Instead his magical gifts dictate he go away for training to fight in a different way His gift turns out to be for necromancy which has obvious uses in war But while any garden variety necromancer can raise an army of the undead it takes an extraordinary one to think of using his powers on himself and on an entire cultureThough the story is epic in scale the book is short the author leaves out all the unimportant stuff in between the important things so the story moves right along The characters are engaging well rounded courageous and concerned with doing the right things even the villains have what reasons for doing what they do instead of being evil for the sake of being evil I sympathized with the plight of the Gurdurs while still understanding why the Empire thought what it was doing was for the benefit of the tribes and maybe even agreeing a litteThe writing is clear and easy to follow Nothing fancy but the beauty of the plains the magic and the hardships of war and the plight of the refugees are vividly described While the overall tone of the book is somber some comic relief is provided by the good natured insults exchanged between Ezekiel s teachers Joseph and Kianel and the teachers prodding of Ezekiel and his fellow studentAs suggested by the title the story of the Gurdur struggle against the Empire doesn t necessarily end the way Ezekiel would have liked it to but it also proves that in some ways the human spirit s desire for freedom and love can never be defeated

  • Paperback
  • 182
  • An Exercise in Futility
  • Steve Thomas
  • English
  • 08 November 2018
  • 9781452874166