A Kingdom Forgotten (2020)

A Kingdom Forgotten We the seeds of Humanity are all the descendants of hardened criminals fighting to survive the unmaking of A Throne of Souls Magic and technology have already met on a world far advanced than our o
  • Title: A Kingdom Forgotten
  • Author: Charles W. McDonald Jr.
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • We, the seeds of Humanity, are all the descendants of hardened criminals, fighting to survive the unmaking of A Throne of Souls.Magic and technology have already met on a world far advanced than our own only to dispense their most dangerous and hardened criminals, for magic has been outlawed Their descendants us, here on Earth, along with the rest of Humanity are nowWe, the seeds of Humanity, are all the descendants of hardened criminals, fighting to survive the unmaking of A Throne of Souls.Magic and technology have already met on a world far advanced than our own only to dispense their most dangerous and hardened criminals, for magic has been outlawed Their descendants us, here on Earth, along with the rest of Humanity are now left to grapple with a Creation undone at the hands of an outlaw mage whose Master Plan affects the seeds of Humanity throughout the known Universe This outlaw this Dark Knight of Magic must accumulate immeasurable power to thwart the fork of consequences that brought forth the making of A Throne of Souls This story, this execution of his Master Plan originating centuries into the past, begins and ends with a triad of pivotal relationships and evolves through his understanding of his own soul Within the Master Plan, the dichotomy between hate and hope, across a landscape far beyond epic, is illustrated through vibrant characters developed over two and a half decades IndieReader said, A Kingdom Forgotten is a textured, subtle and all encompassing book for serious sci fi fanatics willing to invest in than one universe, and in all likelihood, willing to re read it, too OnlineBookClub female reviewer perspective said, The level of complexity is astounding Frankly, I didn t feel that I knew what was going on for greater than a third of the novel By the time I did figure out what was going on, I found a compelling story with a plot so different from any others I have read before, that I remained intrigued until the end The style of storytelling is so radically different that I am undecided as to whether it is brilliant or insane OnlineBookClub male reviewer perspective said, A Kingdom Forgotten, the first book in the Throne of Souls series by new author Charles McDonald, Jr is easily the most uniquely written novel I ve read in many moons There is nothing conventional about this book Part Wheel of Time, part Warhammer 40000, A Kingdom Forgotten presents itself as a multidimensional epic that juxtaposes ancient kingdom magic with modern world science, and potentially vice versa On a number of occasions, I found myself comparing its asynchronous narrative to the movie Pulp Fiction, where the protagonist isn t always apparent, the hero isn t necessarily the good guy, and the present doesn t make sense until you ve seen the future To be clear, A Kingdom Forgotten was a wild ride from start to finish, and I am extremely eager to begin the sequel, Black Mirrors of the Soul Readers Favorite said about A Kingdom Forgotten , This is a monumental story with its unique kind of conflict and multiple storylines Readers are introduced to powerful heroes, magic, portals into other worlds and times, medieval settings, and a lot The book is intelligently imagined and masterfully executed, and it is important to note that it isn t a light read Yes, the story is complex on multiple levels, including the points of views that shift and that can cause some dizziness in the reader, the writing that is extraordinary, fraught with depths of meaning, and the storyline with numerous characters Charles McDonald Jr has created a story that is colossal and that combines various elements of the art of storytelling into one place I was wowed by the writing and the characters, but most importantly, by the author s ability to unveil the depth of human emotion and consciousness A Kingdom Forgotten is a story of great magnitude, one to read with focus, a story that will remind readers of their roots A Note from the Author This intricate, thought provoking, epic, and cerebral thriller breaks all the rules crossing over Sci Fi, Fantasy, Fiction, Magical Realism, and Military Fiction genres but as you start reading A Throne of Souls, it will become apparent why those rules had to be broken to tell this multi world story of Humanity and Creation I don t believe in traditional good vs evil, single protagonist saves the world type of stories My protagonists are not always good, and my antagonists are not always bad I believe in strong, multi faceted characters that reflect the real world, with real thoughts, emotions, and agendas I wanted to bring something entirely different to the market and this is about as different as literary fiction gets My goal was to be worthy of this inimitable story in the way that I tell it to bring it to you in my voice, but to do so beautifully, elegantly, and intelligently There are several things that make this story unique including A flex style narrative which illustrates upon a 360 degree axis character POV perspective based on their understanding of technology Storylines that reach back centuries, if not millennia Nonlinearity There was simply no way to tell this far reaching story in traditional timeline methodologies.The best way to think of A Throne of Souls is like a massive mosaic with individual nuanced clues of information and disinformation that by themselves might appear to be something you recognize though might not make sense, but when assembled with other clues provide shocking answers to questions you may never have considered For those who read cover to cover all of A Throne of Souls, there is a shocking ending coming in a crystallizing moment that will fall upon you like a cascade of dominoes in a complex configuration as each thread collapses inward upon the storylines I hope you love surprises Please enjoy it with all my best hopes and wishes Charles W McDonald Jr.
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    One Reply to “A Kingdom Forgotten”

    1. I won t review this book since I wrote it, but I ll share the first Critic Review from Christopher Ford in the U.K His full review is expected to be published very soon and available on his site chrisfordnovels.In his preview of his review Christopher said As for the story itself, it is a very complex plot line with lots of fascinating characters However, I do not think you should change anything for the following books It will not appeal to everyone, but then no book does, but to those that it [...]

    2. The review I am bringing you today is a very special one If you are looking forward to an easy, leisurely read that will while away a few hours, then please, please look elsewhere If you are looking for a difficult, challenging and thought provoking read that will change your view of literature forever then look no further than A Kingdom Forgotten This offering is the debut from American author Charles McDonald, and wow what a debut When I first spoke to Charles and he asked me to review his wor [...]

    3. Fair warning, this is my longest review yet I don t feel like this author s work is well known so I ll try to help out.Before I decided to read this book, I did some homework on the material because at the beginning of each book there is a preface and it can come off as intimidating content I ve read well over a hundred books now and well into my second hundred and complex content doesn t really scare me off That s important for this series, because it is dense material and by the author s own a [...]

    4. McDonald writes with a style that Robert Jordan would be proud of See my full review on msjmentions

    5. I genuinely don t know where to begin with this review All I know is that if I have to read the word seductively one time, I m going to scream into a pillow for five years Even typing the word is giving me PTSD Buddy, if your characters are as smoking hot as you describe, you won t need to continuously use the word seductive to describe everything they do Every single one of them was described as some variation of handsome , stunning , chiselled , or perfect The women were beautiful, with huge [...]

    6. ke unto has become my most disliked phrase in a book It is over used and makes the writing look clumsy Keep your similes simple The author clearly has a lot of good ideas bouncing around in his head, but this book needs a lot of editing I have no desire to read the next book in the series.

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