Bloodletting

Bloodletting

Peter J. Wacks Mark Ryan / Feb 26, 2021

Bloodletting Long ago the seven races fought to control the Heart Gem which could grant them enormous power and those terrible wars shattered the gem into thousands of shards thus bringing about an age of defea

  • Title: Bloodletting
  • Author: Peter J. Wacks Mark Ryan
  • ISBN: 9781614751298
  • Page: 459
  • Format: ebook
  • Long ago, the seven races fought to control the Heart Gem, which could grant them enormous power and those terrible wars shattered the gem into thousands of shards, thus bringing about an age of defeated peace To reassemble the Heart, one race would have to collect all the scattered shards which even the gods deemed impossible.But ambitions do not consider the imposLong ago, the seven races fought to control the Heart Gem, which could grant them enormous power and those terrible wars shattered the gem into thousands of shards, thus bringing about an age of defeated peace To reassemble the Heart, one race would have to collect all the scattered shards which even the gods deemed impossible.But ambitions do not consider the impossible, and after a long and uneasy truce, the seven races once again build toward a titanic, all consuming war to reunite the Heart.A young man, Tetra, is a victim of the encroaching conflict With his twin sister missing, his spine shattered, and trapped in a castle under siege, there is little he can do to change the worldexcept let go of everything he knows And maybe then Tetra can achieve the impossible and become than anyone around him thought possible.Bloodletting is the beginning of a breathtaking new fantasy epic, the Affinities Cycle, in the vein of Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson, and Neil Gaiman.

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    1. This is the first book in a new Epic Fantasy series, the Affinities Cycle, by Peter J. Wacks and Mark Ryan. It can be purchased through storybundle this month alongside books by Neil Gaiman, Brandon Sanderson, Kevin J. Anderson and more. (It’s a steal at this price).I had the opportunity to read Bloodletting Part 1 this weekend during a plane ride to and from Denver, not ideal circumstances I admit. Chapter 0, necessary for giving an overview of the world, was denser than I generally care for. [...]


    2. More of a 2.5 (please, put half star ratings in place already, !) I think I would have enjoyed this more if it wouldn't have had that little note in the forward about how it was going to be an epic fantasy a la Sanderson, Jordan, and Gaiman. Talk about massive side eye casted towards that - a statement like that isn't for the author to state, to place a book in that kind of company, it's for the consumer to determine upon consumption. It both set the bar really high, and made me very cynical tow [...]


    3. Not a bad book I really dug the use of the magic/abilities system It seems most folk, in the book, have some ability of the main twelve manipulate: force, density, fire, water, time, emotion, will, earth, air, etc. Then there are a handful of major races that are direct descendents from the original combination of the twelve this focuses on the humans (the general can be one of any abilities) and a treant-esque folk who are mostly earth abilities. A series misunderstanding (that smells like a se [...]


    4. Bloodletting takes you to the world of young twins Tetra and Halli Bicks as they prepare to leave for the Academy to train in the use of their Aspect magics. However, one of the other races has other plans.This is the first book in the Affinities Cycle and an excellent introduction into the world created by Peter J. Wacks and Mark Ryan.I this is a great book for teens and people who are just getting into the fantasy genre.


    5. This is the first book in a new Epic Fantasy series, the Affinities Cycle, by Peter J. Wacks and Mark Ryan. It can be purchased through storybundle this month alongside books by Neil Gaiman, Brandon Sanderson, Kevin J. Anderson and more. (It’s a steal at this price).I had the opportunity to read Bloodletting Part 1 this weekend during a plane ride to and from Denver, not ideal circumstances I admit. Chapter 0, necessary for giving an overview of the world, was denser than I generally care for. [...]


    6. Good book for teens. The beginning felt like a tilt-o-whirl where they jerk you from one direction to the next without anchor introducing too many characters all at once, leading you towards one plot and then throwing you violently towards a different one. Once all the characters settled in one place, it became a fairly good book. I would recommend it for teenagers though, as the character plots and emotional responses don't really come together like you would expect in adult fiction.


    7. Well done fantasy novel! It kept me wanting to read and wanting to find out what would happen next. Kind of leaves you hanging at the end, but hey, it clearly says Part 1. ;) Looking forward to more!


    8. The characters are likable, and the premise is intriguing, but I'm finding it hard to get lost in. Deeper world-building and revisions to show rather than explain would have made this a really good book.


    9. I really liked this book. It's a very nice, concise, well-written novel that I could see myself going back and reading a few times over the years.


    10. Surprisingly good read. Characters were decent, but the action sequences were very well written. The world introduced in this book is intriguing and I'm looking forward yo the next book.


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