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The Fifth Sun (original 2012; edition 2012)

by Crystal Carroll

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Title:The Fifth Sun
Authors:Crystal Carroll
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2012), Paperback, 192 pages
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This novel could definitely use some editing, as there were numerous errors that tended to make things a bit confusing and took away from the story. The story itself, though bloody and disturbing at times, was fairly interesting. Not my typical novel, but it would probably appeal to fans of vampires. ( )
  madamediotte | Jan 22, 2014 |
IN THE BEGUINING I WAS A LITTLE BORED AND DESCONCERTED, BUT AFTERWARDS I GOT IT!
iS A STRONG DEPICTION OF LIFE IN A TIME CONTINUOUS WHICH IS WEIRD, LIKE THE CHARACTERS.A GOOD WAY OF PLAYING WITH THE LATELY KNOWN IDEA OF THE END OF THE WORLD BECAUSE THE 12-21-12 THING.
SOME IRONIC HUMOR ALSO.INTERESTING VIEW. ( )
  realalondra45 | Jan 3, 2013 |
The subject matter of this book at first glance seemed very interesting. I was very excited to read it. However, in parts it felt very much like the author used a thesaurus to find far more complicated words that then required the reader to go find the definition. Unfortunately, that really hurt the flow for me. There is also a lot going on in this book that makes it not as enjoyable as it could have been. And editor would have been useful. ( )
  Darkenmoon | Jan 1, 2013 |
A little too much is going on in this book. It is an alternative history very loosely based on European and Aztec History in the 1500 and 1600s. The author adds vampires into the equation which is a little to much as it seems every author these days feels the need to get into the supernatural realm. It just doesn't work for me perhaps since I teach Western Civilization at a junior college. It might be fine for others. ( )
  muddyboy | Dec 13, 2012 |
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In an alternative European renaissance, where princes keep vampires as servants, the British Isle has been split into two kingdoms. In the South, Queen Mary rules an England in turmoil. Fearful for her unborn child, she increasingly obeys the whispers of the stone mirror on her wall. While in the North, Queen Elizabeth juggles suitors, the undead and preventing the apocalypse. Each night, Elizabeth dreams of the end of the world. Dreams she shares with four people scattered across Europe: a psychic lost in the present, an undead Crusader, an Aztec priestess and a teenage vampire. Elizabeth struggles to understand how she can save a world that's shaking itself apart.
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