VENGEANCE – Vecto, and his two friends from the Alpha Squad, set out on a revengeful search for their longtime nemesis, Morphaal. With Vecto’s friend, Gyro, loosing his life at Morphaals hands, Vecto obsesses over his whereabouts. But as Vecto’s actions turn drastic, will he become a hero or a villain?
VOYAGE – On board the Corona ship, Vecto’s journey continues. As they pass every planet but Zendora, Vecot’s patience is wearing thin. He soon discovers something he can no longer ignore. Will he finally meet his match?
Vecto Vengeance + Voyage is an action packed, Sci-fi, light novel. With every page more exciting than the other, Reid Kemper does a great job of drawing you into the scene. Reid introduces witty and exciting characters on Vecto’s journey with ease, leaving you attached to every new character.
Reid Kemper’s writing is fluent and enjoyable to read. The Sci-fi themed light novel is packed with information about new and exciting worlds and dimensions, but doesn’t leave you too overwhelmed with an info dump. Developing great and powerfully written characters seems to be Reid’s strong point. I was automatically drawn to Vecto and his erratic actions because of the loss of his friend and followed his journey hoping for his revenge!
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Vecto Vengance + Voyage , and although I’m not much of a Sci-fi-reading kinda gal, I couldn’t help but turn the page! I would 100% recommend Reid’s Kempers light novel, whether you’re a Sci-fi person or not. With no foul language, it’s perfect for 13-years and over. Pre-order the box set on Amazon to have it by November 5th for only 5.99!
Asura Shirogami joins a magic school recommended by his Master. Only, he doesn’t know how to use magic! After meeting a strange professor and a few friends, Asura accidently finds himself taking part in the Grand Tournament. When a plot to steal research from the strange professor Osfor interrupts the tournament, Asura and his friends end up battling a strong and terrifying creature. This is where Asura discovers how powerful he really is.
The Everlasting was a quick read at only 222 pages! The writing was fast paced and easy to read, without feeling left behind. Asura, the main character was easy to follow, although I found myself liking one of the side characters more, (Shiki) because he had a likable personality where as Asura was quite plain.
Though there wasn’t any illustrations throughout the novel, I didn’t notice until halfway through! Everything was explained nicely, and I was drawn in by the story. There wasn’t a time where Asura’s looks where explained or shown, though, which I would have liked to know. But the rest of the characters where talked about in detail and where a great addition to the protagonist.
Biako has done a great job with The Everlasting being his first light novel! Biako has told me that the story is grander than what’s apparent, and grows to cover worlds and much more! His novel is available on Vic’s lab for only 5.99!
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With only a few tid-bits here and there I didn’t like, such as different gods etc., know that it’s my personal opinion and conviction!
Lily Clairet and the Romantic Non-Genre is just that–a romantic non-genre. A slice of life, where Lily and her friends discover an abandoned room at the end of the music department corridor, and set out to find the missing journalism club president!
If you love slice of life, this novel’s for you. Me, though, not so much. With nothing much going on but the odd light mystery here and there, the plot hadn’t any substance that warranted my undivided attention. I’m more on an action-kinda-gal. But fret not, there were some upsides. The writing was beautiful, the metaphors were strong and only occasionally overused, and the illustrations were on point! Check it out…
Although Lily Clairet was not my cup of tea, it might be yours! Lily’s character was well crafted, along with the rest. Emiko the cycling captain made me laugh, and Kaneko brought a mischievous side to the story.
Free for kindle unlimited and only 2.99 on kindle, this three volume series is set at a great price. Also available in paperback on Amazon for 8.95 http://amzn.to/2p5RYek
Trigger Locked: The Mind Control Assassins by Sekina May
Touka and Yuuto are skilled assassins. They attend High School by day, and work on assignments by night. Receiving information about a government controlled microchip, Touka and Yuuto set out to find the man behind it. After discovering some important information that includes their friend Shiori, things take a sudden turn for the worst.
As interesting as this sounds, Trigger Locked didn’t live up to my high expectations. The prologue and first chapter are mostly info dumps, and listing off the characters involved. By Chapter two, things start to get better and the story begins to unravel. However, I got lost throughout the novel as there weren’t any character descriptions or surrounding detail.
Sekina does do a great job at researching the history of the CIA and the mind control program, MKUltra, which took place in the early 1950’s (and is still probably going on now), and relays it with a twist. I feel the author needs to make one or two more edits, although, what it lacks in grammar it makes up with in a lot of information and an interesting story.
I would liked to have seen some illustrations throughout the novel, but I understand as an independent author, that can be impossible sometimes. Trigger Locked is on kindle for FREE, so I recommend it to anyone who loves a fast pace novel and isn’t too bothered about grammar and repetitive information. Keep in mind, paperback is 14.99
ATLANTIS: THE VISIONARY CONTINENT Vol 1 by Melissa Wong
This action, magic-packed light novel begins with a young girl, Achine, being abducted in the middle of the night by a mage! When she awakes in a mysterious place, they tell her she is the only heir to the throne of Atlantis, and that her grandfather, the king, is dead! She has nothing but his ring to remind her of the mainland–her once home. Achine struggles to accept this, as anyone would, until she attends the kings funeral and sees with her own eyes that it’s true! Her grandfather really is dead! The journey to the throne thus begins.
Melissa throws you into a unknown world, packed full of magic and adventure. Her writing is fluent and the novel as a whole is beautifully put together. As her main character adjusts to life as an Atlantian, new relationships blossom, and others set out to overthrow the kingdom! Any young girl can relate to Achine, the main protagonist. Melissa has gone in depth with the character development, as well with side characters. I found myself laughing in parts, and feeling sad in others. Melissa has also gone to the trouble of creating her own language! She has even added a horoscope at the back and a map in the beginning. Amazing, right?
Along with being the author, Melissa illustrated it too! She sure put in a lot of effort, and it has payed off!
Overall, the story kept my interest, all 80,000 words of it! The only let down for me was the swearing, there’s quite a lot of it towards the end. I feel that if Melissa kept the cussing out, i would of given Atlantis five stars, but seeing as she didn’t, four stars will have to do! If you’re of age, I’d definitely recommend Atlantis: A Visionary Continent. One of my favorite indie light novels, for on 0.99 on amazon! http://amzn.to/2pbj0wC