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Power Rises: The Ways of Power Book One

Power Rises The Ways of Power Book One Includes a special sneak peak of Power Spreads The Ways of Power Book Two exclusively on the Kindle years after the Eugenics War a genetically engineered warlock named Rancoth unleashes a dark

  • Title: Power Rises: The Ways of Power Book One
  • Author: R.M. Willis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Includes a special sneak peak of Power Spreads The Ways of Power Book Two, exclusively on the Kindle 5,000 years after the Eugenics War a genetically engineered warlock named Rancoth unleashes a dark power that destroys his family and changes the very world in ways he can t possibly comprehend Only 9 years old, he s adopted and raised by the Archmage Grecrum When he Includes a special sneak peak of Power Spreads The Ways of Power Book Two, exclusively on the Kindle 5,000 years after the Eugenics War a genetically engineered warlock named Rancoth unleashes a dark power that destroys his family and changes the very world in ways he can t possibly comprehend Only 9 years old, he s adopted and raised by the Archmage Grecrum When he reaches adulthood Rancoth is sent on a journey to repair the damage he has done He will have to battle demons, dragons, giants, and himself He will fall in love with a beautiful shape shifting princess, and he will be pursued by the last living vestiges of the human race Their master bent on controlling the ancient technology Rancoth finds hidden in his parent s abandoned home.

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    1 thought on “Power Rises: The Ways of Power Book One

    1. A friend of mine insisted that I read this book. At first I was hesitant because it's not the kind of book I would normally pick up. Boy am I glad I did. It turned out to be a real page turner. I loved the characters, and it was refreshing to find a hero (Rancoth) that was unsure of himself and made mistakes. I do hope that Rancoth develops more in the second book but I am really looking forward to reading it!

    2. I have just started reading but read the rough draft as the author is a family member. This is a sy-fy fiction book, enjoyable to read and grabs your attention right off.

    3. What a great read! I was caught up in the story from the first page to the last. A definitely unique vision. Can't wait till the next instalment.Keep up the good work R.M.

    4. This authors first book is very easy to read. The storyline is emotional, and well thought out. I really enjoyed reading this book. Looking forward to the next one

    5. I won a print copy of Power Rises by R. M. Willis in a giveaway.Power Rises is another of those books I have mixed reactions to. First and foremost, as I always say; the main story is very good, I like the magical realm it is set in. The main characters are well developed and believable (at least as far as beings in a magical realm can be). Author Willis' descriptions are good, he paints a fine mental picture of the story.Power Rises is the first installment in a series: The Ways of Power. For [...]

    6. Good story. You're immersed into the world immediately without having to plow through dull initial characterization. Even zombie stories seem to drone on and on without a shambling corpse for a third of a novel these days, so kudos to the author for dragging us in from the start.Though the characters seemed to meander and some scenes could have been cut altogether, the plot was smooth. Formulaic, but smooth. Characters were colorful. Their interactions were mechanical at times, however, and they [...]

    7. Needs workSome editing needed. The 'accent' for Dorbin was more irritating than interesting. It felt formulaic a to b to c, and the spaces in between seemed more in depth than some of the major plot points (didn't flow well).The protagonist has had 11 years to work with his power (somehow 8 to 10 years before magic manifests plus 11 years later equals 24 years of age), but with the downside doesn't use it often. It's so bad that his magic seems almost useless for most situations. I get that he d [...]

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