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Ralin is an outsider among outsiders. The powerful Users, who can manipulate their souls to create unique and powerful abilities, shun him for his lack of inborn power. And even among his fellow exiles, he must hide his past. On the very day that he finds a lasting purpose for his life, everything is turned completely upside down. Wanted by the government, pursued by monst Ralin is an outsider among outsiders. The powerful Users, who can manipulate their souls to create unique and powerful abilities, shun him for his lack of inborn power. And even among his fellow exiles, he must hide his past. On the very day that he finds a lasting purpose for his life, everything is turned completely upside down. Wanted by the government, pursued by monsters and mercenaries, and plagued by strange nightmares, Ralin must travel beyond everything he has ever known to discover what is so important about him that such powerful people want him as an ally, or want him dead. To survive, he must learn to befriend and trust soldiers, thieves, and even giant felines. Every one of these allies will be pushed to the limit as they battle rock monsters, traitors, the undead, and even Ralin himself.


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Ralin is an outsider among outsiders. The powerful Users, who can manipulate their souls to create unique and powerful abilities, shun him for his lack of inborn power. And even among his fellow exiles, he must hide his past. On the very day that he finds a lasting purpose for his life, everything is turned completely upside down. Wanted by the government, pursued by monst Ralin is an outsider among outsiders. The powerful Users, who can manipulate their souls to create unique and powerful abilities, shun him for his lack of inborn power. And even among his fellow exiles, he must hide his past. On the very day that he finds a lasting purpose for his life, everything is turned completely upside down. Wanted by the government, pursued by monsters and mercenaries, and plagued by strange nightmares, Ralin must travel beyond everything he has ever known to discover what is so important about him that such powerful people want him as an ally, or want him dead. To survive, he must learn to befriend and trust soldiers, thieves, and even giant felines. Every one of these allies will be pushed to the limit as they battle rock monsters, traitors, the undead, and even Ralin himself.

27 review for Hunt of the Fallen (Heroes of the Tri-World, #1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gordon Long

    "The Hunt of the Fallen" starts out as a standard Young Adult Fantasy: a bucolic scene, rather simple young people in a slightly contrived love triangle, a touch of nightmare in the background: the usual setup. However, once the hero leaves the tribe and starts his quest the plot tangles, characters have more complex motivation and the tone of the story dives to a darker level. The distinction between who is good and who is evil becomes blurred, with a positive character in the employ of the evi "The Hunt of the Fallen" starts out as a standard Young Adult Fantasy: a bucolic scene, rather simple young people in a slightly contrived love triangle, a touch of nightmare in the background: the usual setup. However, once the hero leaves the tribe and starts his quest the plot tangles, characters have more complex motivation and the tone of the story dives to a darker level. The distinction between who is good and who is evil becomes blurred, with a positive character in the employ of the evil forces and disturbing hints of a darker nature in our hero. As the story continues the plot develops wider scope, with a tense and detailed full-scale battle in the middle, and any number of magical creatures appearing and plying their trades. And the end reminds us that this is only Book 1. There is a reasonable tying-up of plot threads, but the overarching conflict of the series is only temporarily set aside. While the descriptions and actions are well laid out, the writing style of this book is a bit rough, tending to tell us when we are supposed to be surprised or thankful, rather than showing the characters feeling these emotions. One question I have is the age level of the intended audience. The beginning of the story has a gentle simplicity that would appeal to the 10 to 12 age group. However, as the story progresses the characters become more complex and the blood, gore, and violence intensifies past the level to which Elementary level children should be exposed. I encourage those who prefer more complex (and dark) plot and characters not to be put off by the apparent lack of sophistication of the writing in opening chapters. This is one book that definitely gets better later.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Dungan

    All in all a pretty good first novel. However I would say that the book and the author are not fully developed. I enjoyed the book and look forward to the next novel in the series. That said I did have some issues... Plot Devices = This is a fantasy novel. I understand that and am willing to suspend my logical mind and accept that magic and such is real. However it it seemed that any time the main characters hit a roadblock the issue was easily overcome. The main characters never struggled to over All in all a pretty good first novel. However I would say that the book and the author are not fully developed. I enjoyed the book and look forward to the next novel in the series. That said I did have some issues... Plot Devices = This is a fantasy novel. I understand that and am willing to suspend my logical mind and accept that magic and such is real. However it it seemed that any time the main characters hit a roadblock the issue was easily overcome. The main characters never struggled to overcome anything because some plot device could easily be thrown in to fix it. Small Spoiler**************************************** Most humans have a power called "soul". It could be the ability to cook really well, make earth move, bend air, whatever. Anything can be a "soul" power. Which is a problem. If the main characters need to cross a sea then magically some minor person near them can help them using their "soul". This occurs all the time in the book. It feels like lazy writing. That sounds harsh but because the author can overcome any "issue" with a quick application of "soul" the story never really develops beyond a travelogue. Character development was not advanced. You never come to appreciate characters for who they are, just for what they can do to help the story progress. Some characters go through horrible ordeals and just seems to shrug it off with out any lingering problems. Everyone is happy all the time and never bat and eye at facing down zombies, armies, or death. Characters just seem very one dimensional. Battles and fights are poorly written and lack energy and description as well. The dream sequences are actually very well polished. Which was a very nice surprise. Dreams are hard to write and the author just killed at them. Plan to follow the author and read more of his future material. Given time and polish he will have much to offer to the genre.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    Such a great read, and a refreshing take on your traditional fantasy worlds. I couldn't put this one down! Definitely recommended for any and all fans of fantasy series; I cannot WAIT for book two! Such a great read, and a refreshing take on your traditional fantasy worlds. I couldn't put this one down! Definitely recommended for any and all fans of fantasy series; I cannot WAIT for book two!

  4. 4 out of 5

    EDMUND Gardiner

  5. 5 out of 5

    Larry Rogers

  6. 4 out of 5

    Matt Reno

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ethan

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rory Zaugg

  9. 4 out of 5

    Annalee Kinross

  10. 5 out of 5

    Courtney Kinder

  11. 4 out of 5

    Beth Ann Garcia

  12. 5 out of 5

    Brandi

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jen

  14. 4 out of 5

    Christina

  15. 4 out of 5

    Desiree

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ulysses S. Cruz

  17. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Robertson

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bailey

  19. 5 out of 5

    Christina

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mikey Brooks

  21. 4 out of 5

    Seth Turner

  22. 5 out of 5

    Max Vlotman

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kurt Swartz

  24. 5 out of 5

    Karsten Kutterer

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nadege Acha

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jin

  27. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

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