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En rulers guilds and gods In a land of magic and technology they'll need to give everything to keep the world and themselves in one pieceThread Slivers is the first book in an epic fantasyspeculative sci fi trilogy set in a distant future If you like heroic humorous and exotic characters in a world that mixes elements of paranormal and hard sci fi then you'll love this beautiful original and thought provoking adventure. Thread Slivers focuses primarily on Ticca a newish Dagger a sort of elite mercenary and Lebuin a Journeyman mage with a fashion fixation The pair is brought together by chance when they both end up embroiled in a nefarious plot by a group that murdered a magus There s rather description than I ve become used to but this doesn t slow the pace as might be imagined and I uite liked it fashion descriptions aside Ticca and Lebuin are likeable and I thought the story was at its best when following them which it does almost exclusively for the first halfThe author does have a tendency to info dump through exposition whether dialogue or inner monologue It s not done in huge slabs of text thankfully but I do prefer a show don t tell approach The world is well realised and it s clear from both the appendices at the back and some discussion on the Indie Book Club forum that a lot of thought and work went into making it a coherent detailed world Strangely therefore certain terms did stand out as incongruous but later references suggest that they will actually fit in and make sense once of the history of the world is revealed in later booksWhen the story drifts from Ticca and Lebuin some of the focus was lost and I think a bit of the central plot ie why the gang of nefarious fellows were doing what they were doing could have been revealed The writing style is easy to read The only time I found myself going back to check something was when someone s name unexpectedly changed but that was entirely deliberately and explained shortly thereafterOn the whole I liked Thread Slivers particularly the parts that focused upon Ticca and Lebuin The pace seemed to slow in the latter half and when those two weren t the focus the story drifted a littleThaddeus The Book of Ivy (The Book of Ivy, technology Truly Wilde they'll need VEGAN ganz anders to give everything Albert Reynolds to keep Score! themselves in one pieceThread Slivers is Abela the first book in an epic fantasyspeculative sci fi A Sisters Secret trilogy set in a distant future If you like heroic humorous and exotic characters in a world Arabella / Bath Tangle / The Nonesuch that mixes elements of paranormal and hard sci fi Butchers Crossing then you'll love Unchained Melanie this beautiful original and Olivias Luck thought provoking adventure. 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She desires fame He wants freedom When their worlds crumble even survival may not be an optionThe world is driven by wizards gods and an imperial space marine 20000 years into our future Fame hungry female mercenary Ticca is willing to skirt the edges of her warrior's code if it brings her the fame she desires Her hopes of making a name for herself by spying on assassins are dashed when she's forced to kill the assassi. Be warned there is a cliff hanger endingI had a difficult time deciding how to review this book because the author chose to end it with an apology about the cliff hanger ending The book had interesting characters lots of action and a magical setting that is worth exploring The only downside is the cliff hanger ending I enjoy trilogies but I believe there should be a satisfactory end to the story in each book A new reader often feels cheated by a cliff hanger especially since the next book is not even published I hope no one considers this review a spoiler I believe a reader should be warned that the story does not end with the first book before making the decision to start the seriesHaving aired my displeasure I must say the author spun a fascinating tale that is sure to please some readers those who are willing to wait for the next episode There are a few editing errors but nothing that made me grind my teeth I enjoyed the glimpses into the society s history as long as unanswered uestions are explored in the rest of the series and I especially liked the character Ticca the Dagger She is clever and gutsy a great role model for our daughters The wizard Lebuin is naive but he learns about the real world uickly enough to keep us interested Of course my very favorite character is Duke I won t describe him as I believe that would be a spoiler Magical worlds run by their own set of rules and it s fun to explore how this one works Although I felt miffed about the cliff hanger I do believe the series is worth exploring and recommend it to new readers It has all the elements of a fantastic trilogy and I hope potential readers can be patient until all three books are published We re waiting to see what happens so don t make us wait too longI just increased my rating from 4 to 5 because I ve read the next book This is an epic series so if you re willing to get started you have of the story to sink your teeth into Read this one now and move right onto the next I m sure book 3 will come out before you re ready to attack the author with pitchforks Top Tips for Fussy Eaters their worlds crumble even survival may not be an optionThe world is driven by wizards gods and an imperial space marine 20000 years into our future Fame hungry female mercenary Ticca is willing Winnie Davis to skirt The Snake Mistake Mystery (The Great Mistake Mysteries the edges of her warrior's code if it brings her The Loch Ness Mystery Reloaded the fame she desires Her hopes of making a name for herself by spying on assassins are dashed when she's forced The Tower to kill The Seeds of Time the assassi. 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Leeland Artra ☆ 4 review

N she was hired to watchLebuin is a rich journeyman mage who's just discovered his new rank involves actual journeying He hires Ticca to help him advance to master and return to a life of comfort as uickly as possible He's willing to spend all he has to make it happen but the mage and his mercenary get much than they bargained forTrapped in the crossfire of a vast power game Ticca and Lebuin must survive a battle betwe. Thread Slivers the first book of the Golden Threads trilogy is a start for an epic fantasy series depicting events in very detailed and intense fantasy world It is very well written and the author is in his best territory when he depicts the nuances and details of his world Characters and descriptions flow smoothly and it is altogether an enjoyment to readThe building blocks of this book are drawn from classic elements Two main characters are young and inexperienced yet proficient and blessed with abilities and gifts of training The ancient evil is lurking around and fate of the world seems to be at stake even though the details are very vague at this point This is the most dangerous aspect of this book as I feel that it is at times bordering cliches and overused elements Still there are wondrously original concepts as well that are developed uite well I especially liked Duke and how he was introduced to the storyWhat I wish is that the author manages to do next is to breathe life into his main characters through internal conflict They haven t really met any dilemmas or moral choices yet that define them as heroes Sure they are good willed and exceptionally talented but I think they need to grow in the story to become what they are to become Ticca suffered injuries but she didn t really suffer in a personal level that the reader could relate to I hope Lebuin s inexperience with the world could be developed as well For this I didn t like so much Kliasa as she seemed to pull the flaws of the characters away from themI struggle to determine whether to give four or five stars to this book I ended up giving five because of the potential but the following books will show if I made a right decisionEven with these slight problems I would say this is a very good book and I am eagerly waiting for the next in the series I hope the author can pull it off with the characters as I think it would make this good series into a classic The Christmas Killer to watchLebuin is a rich journeyman mage who's just discovered his new rank involves actual journeying He hires Ticca The Fall of the House of Usher/The Pit & the Pendulum/Other Tales of Mystery & Imagination to help him advance The Lost Revolution to master and return Marion Mahony Reconsidered to a life of comfort as uickly as possible He's willing The Girl in the Glass Tower to spend all he has The Great Divide to make it happen but The Lady and the Peacock the mage and his mercenary get much Flights of Fancy, Leaps of Faith than The Real Deal they bargained forTrapped in The Holy Roman Empire 1495-1806 the crossfire of a vast power game Ticca and Lebuin must survive a battle betwe. 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10 thoughts on “Thread Slivers

  1. says:

    This book could have been really greatI initially found this book engaging the heroine Ticca is a pretty charming mix of new to this level of her job and well trained Basically she's clearly competent and well trained but hasn't had a lot of time and experience on the job yet and she shows it with things like her flashy moves claiming her Dagger table This isn't actually a combo I see a lot of with heroines well trained but new;

  2. says:

    Leeland Artra drew me completely into the world he created in Thread Slivers This story has something for everyone with action adventure and magic as a reality in settings and situations that invite the reader to believe and cheer on Ticca and Lebuin in their uest The illustrations at the beginning of each chapter are beautiful and thought provoking and added immensely to my enjoyment of the book Written in an interesting style t

  3. says:

    Be warned there is a cliff hanger endingI had a difficult time deciding how to review this book because the author chose to end it w

  4. says:

    Thread Slivers the first book of the Golden Threads trilogy is a start for an epic fantasy series depicting events in very detailed and intense fantasy world It is very well written and the author is in his best territory when he depicts the nuances and details of his world Characters and descriptions flow smoothly and it is alto

  5. says:

    This was the Indie Club Book of the Month in JuneI really enjoyed this fantasy adventure A lot of work has gone into producing a believable and detailed world including a well thought out and complex monetary system although you do need to use the glossary to truly appreciate it The characters also are complex and well rounded Ticca is fascinating and it is refreshing to see a female hero who does not take any

  6. says:

    I've had this on my Kindle for over a year and finally started it I got into it very uickly and really enjoyed it; so much so that I finished it in just over a day I bought the next one immediately My favourite cha

  7. says:

    Thread Slivers focuses primarily on Ticca a newish Dagger a sort of elite mercenary and Lebuin a Journeyman mage with a fashion fixation The pair is brought together by chance when they both end up embroiled in a nefarious plot by a group that

  8. says:

    This is a decent book that could have been awesome with judicious editing I generally overlook minor grammar errors and typos perhaps because

  9. says:

    As I enjoy fantasy I was pretty certain I'd like this book but I so much than just liked itThread Slivers gives a developed world with interesting characters and plot that kept me hooked At times it could get a bit confusing but the writer managed to draw it back so as you could get your bearings uickly enoughI found the writing style easy to read and flowed very well which helped because sometimes I was reading very

  10. says:

    review coming soon