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The Wanderer Awakens (Warden Global) by Ken…

The Wanderer Awakens (Warden Global)

by Ken Lange

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So, based on the author's recommended reading order, I read this book after reading Accension, which was well written urban fantasy. This story is written in the same world, and mentions some of the inhabitants of the other series, so it made sense. However, the origins of the characters came from an entirely different place than I expected! I was both surprised and amused by the references to classic sci-fi and mythology inherent here.
While I initially was curious as to the choice of narrator, because of the vast difference between his brash baritone and the previous book's mild tenor, I came to realize he couldn't have casted it better. May has the darker undertones necessary for the main character, and the fluidity to also hit on the snotty undertones of the female supporting roles. This is my second book by this author, and I'm on to the next! ( )
  LizaRobbins | Nov 28, 2017 |
The Wanderer Awakens (Warden Global #1) by Ken Lange is a book I got to read in my email and the review is optional. The blurb and the first few pages were so awesome, I was really excited but then the book changed to a murder mystery. It was a horrible murder and it took almost 25% of the book before anything more supernatural happens again. It does it get better then. The action, mystery and plot are good. The last part of the book was quite good. I would give it a 3 1/2 star. ( )
  MontzaleeW | Mar 8, 2017 |
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