Steel Wolves of Craedia Reviews

Steel Wolves of Craedia

Steel Wolves of Craedia

The flames of war spread through the Cursed Princedom to devastating effect. Bound by powerful centuries-old magic, the Great Essences yearn to regain their freedom. In the face of an impossible mission, Krian has no choice but to keep going while risking everything that’s become dear to him. The only solution is to become stronger and forget the meaning of the word impossible. And so a plangent wolf’s howl soars over the battlefield as a plate-clad cavalry rushes the enemy ranks….

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3 Responses to “Steel Wolves of Craedia Reviews”

  1. Marty Myers

    Apr 26. 2017

    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great third book in a wonderful LITRPG series, September 21, 2016
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    Marty Myers (Heath Ohio) –

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    An excellent third installment in a great LITRPG series. The main character has remained likable and relatable while he grows in power/levels. the gaming world has remained fairly constant and understandable while the game mechanics have not faded away which I appreciate. My only complaint would be that I wish the book was a bit longer, specifically the first part of the story with his sister and friend up in the other gaming area felt like it should have been longer. I sincerely cant wait to read more of the Realm of Arkon series. I haven’t been this excited about a series since the first couple Play to Live books came out.
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  2. Gordon P. Gailey

    Apr 26. 2017

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Writing, Good Characters, Series Is Still Motoring Along, September 24, 2016
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    Gordon P. Gailey (Norman, OK USA) –
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    Book 3 in the series and no end in sight. This is not such a bad thing if the author can keep the character and the series plot progressing.

    The main character is getting stronger in this book, gaining personal strength, allies as well as a small and growing army. Charting the personal strength growth may get involve LitRPG Character Abilities (exposition and more exposition!) but doesn’t bog down the narrative. They, the MC and followers, may be more and more powerful but the author is keeping the action interesting. The plot is linear (See Quest Target /Kill Monsters / Loot / Repeat), but there are still some interesting subplots involving the mysterious’ game AIs…

    The main character is still trapped in the game world but is making progress. He is becoming immersed in the game, treating the NPC’s as people that must be protected. Personally he is starting to emotionally heal from the treachery that trapped him there: He is Mad and he will get Revenge — he is not willing to be a victim. All in all, the characters sell the book because they are at times brave and at other times full of quirky fun.

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  3. Anonymous

    Apr 26. 2017

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Still Recommend, but would like to see some improvement, February 24, 2017
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    Bobo (Atlanta, GA) –

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    Overall, I enjoy the series by G. Akella. In fact, I just made note that the fourth book in the series is soon to be released. Overall was concerned as the next book seems to be a very short addition to the series, but will have to wait and see!

    For this book in the series, I was somewhat torn. I like the work very much, but I feel that this was in many ways due to having been pulled into the series with book 1 and 2. My concern, which honestly began to develop towards the end of book two, and unfortunately seemed to blossom in book 3 is that there is a change in how the story is presented.

    At first, I considered that it read almost like the author was going through a checklist of inserting content, but then I realized that would be slightly off in describing the book. It is fairly well written with only minor translation issues, and the content is described and written well. What I finally came to realize is that the reader jumps from one crisis or climax to the next. I am afraid that the author is focused so heavily on presenting powerful game changing -pardon the pun- scenes one after the other, that it not only begins to dull the readers senses to the next scene, but also loses important developmental elements.

    I still love the series, and will continue reading, but would encourage the author to slow down a bit, and spread out the suspense, conflicts, and climaxes to further develop the work.

    Length: B+
    Writing Style:B
    Environment: B+
    Story: A
    Character Development: B
    Editing: B+
    Recommend: B+

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