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Adrift (Last Selkie, #1) by Elizabeth A. Reeves
Really Verified Purchase What's this? I do not know how many stories I have read featuring a strong female dominated society, in which for some reason, the main female characters have just been waiting for a big, strong man to sweep them off their feet. Not this time. If Alex Swanson wants to stay with the lady she is act Women rule. If Alex Swanson wants to stay with the lady she is actually a lady of a powerful family , it will be mostly on her terms.
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He is also a strong character, an effective warrior and leader. The action is fine and the developing personal relationship is interesting. What will he decide to do? The story is good, but the editing is weak. Yet the women have no effective combat craft or other defenses. Feb 06, Courtney rated it did not like it.
I felt the concept of the book was quite interesting, but the execution was lacking. I understand that for a first attempt writing SciFi, it holds some promise but it didn't hold my attention. I want this author to succeed as I want all aspiring authors to and this should all be taken as constructive criticism. There were so many misused words in the book that it distracted from the flow of the story, I had to go back and re-read some sentences. This brings up the sentences that had an awkward st I felt the concept of the book was quite interesting, but the execution was lacking.
This brings up the sentences that had an awkward structure that again required a re-read to get the true intent. Typo and punctuation errors were prevalent as well, though not enough typos to distract. Other distractions were in the layout of the book itself, with the first chapter heading being bold and standing out like it should, yet the other chapter headings were simply formatted the same as the story. This made them look like random words interjected into the story until you realize that they were supposed to be chapter headings.
I don't like to be reminded that I am reading a book by disruptions that make me try to figure out what just happened. I want to submerge myself in the story and flow with it. While the author does a decent job in most cases with dialogue, in some cases the transition between speakers is not clear nor concise. Causing slight confusion before you determine who it was speaking. There were a couple things that I couldn't get over.
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Seller Inventory Revised ed. Language: English. Brand new Book. In this volume Christopher Dawson outlines his main thesis for the history of culture, which was his life's work. Anthropology, sociology, philosophy, religion and history form the backdrop for the key idea of his thought - namely, that religion is the soul of a culture and that a society or culture which has lost its spiritual roots is a dying culture.
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Dawson was writing in a period between the two great wars of the 20th century, a time when some thought that the idea of progress had finally been discredited by the carnage and barbarism of World War I. This text was designed to challenge the doctrine of progress, the rather naive but persistent belief that "in every day and in every way the world grows better and better". In this volume, he contends that no culture could truly thrive if cut off from its religious roots.
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