The Kings of Edonis

After permanently leaving his earthly body behind and entering the Omegaverse forever, Duncan Sheriden is ready to begin his quest to find his friend Shannon, who he had inadvertently resurrected within the game world after her death Resurrected her within a portion of the Omegaverse separate from the space battles he d come to know, within a fantasy world where standarAfter permanently leaving his earthly body behind and entering the Omegaverse forever, Duncan Sheriden is ready to begin his quest to find his friend Shannon, who he had inadvertently resurrected within the game world after her death Resurrected her within a portion of the Omegaverse separate from the space battles he d come to know, within a fantasy world where standard Role Playing Game rules applied, a fantasy world that operated at the speed of thought Every second of the earthly time scale was a much greater length of time within the fantasy realm, and every second he spent before entering that world gave Shannon that much time to get further lost The fourth of the Omegaverse Series, The Kings of Edonis picks up where Shepherd Moon, Shepherd s Crook and Shepherd s Cross leave off, within the exciting universe created by author G.R Cooper.
The Kings of Edonis After permanently leaving his earthly body behind and entering the Omegaverse forever Duncan Sheriden is ready to begin his quest to find his friend Shannon who he had inadvertently resurrected with

  • Title: The Kings of Edonis
  • Author: G.R. Cooper
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Kings of Edonis”

    1. Interesting change of pace for the series. I hope it will be pulled back into the sci fi rpg realm at some point.

    2. As a stand alone book I would have enjoyed this. As part of the series I don't like it at all. It just doesn't make sense to me.

    3. A great continuationI was initially concerned when Cooper took the story from space sci-fi into a medieval setting, but he really nailed it. The story moves forward consistently and never bores. New characters abound, and they all remain interesting throughout. Very happy with the new direction, thanks, Cooper!

    4. I started this book in eager anticipation after reading the first three books. The sci-fi theme is not continued in this book and I found that for me it no longer had the same since of discovery and adventure. If the character had started off in a fantasy setting and simply changed worlds that way I probably wouldn't have found it so jarring. Also he had really only scratched the surface of the universe he had come from and felt lost for having to leave so much unexplored. Also the mechanics of [...]

    5. The first three books in this series was pretty good, had interesting (if a bit bland) storyline. This book though, kind of lost what made the previous books interesting. I found myself skipping large portions just to see what happens at the end. Like i said though first three were able to hold my interest while this oneDid not. Hope the main story gets back into omegaverse quickly or i probably will not continue with this series.

    6. A fun ride!Great 4th installment of the series.Worth the time and money, you'll enjoy it.Characters are not frivolous but feel real and are entertaining. Simple and well done plot. Looking forward to book 5.

    7. A very linear and predictable plot for "the game" once he had his first quest which sort of gave the rest of the read a 'meh' feeling through it.

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