[PDF KINDLE] Infernal BY Mark de Jager

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  • Infernal
  • Mark de Jager
  • English
  • 23 January 2020
  • 9781785033353

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summary Infernal ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub R of Traitor's BladeNO MEMORIES NO MERCYStratus wakes alone with no memory of his past All he knows is his name and that he is not human Possessing immense strength powerful sorcery and. I set him on fire before his brain melted then burned his corpse I m afraid that this book just wasn t for me I made it to the 20% point and by that time Stratus had been in countless fights he was injured but healed rapidly he ate a lot and he was gradually remembering who he was and what his magical powers were I also read the last chapter and discovered that he and the reader don t find out the answers to those uestions until the end of the book And then they have to read a second book He is also naked a lot of the time There is some male fantasy thing going on here to which I do not relate I received a free copy of this book from the publisher Gods and Warriors past All he knows is his name and that he is not human Possessing immense strength Bibliotheken Führen Und Entwickeln powerful sorcery and. I set him on fire before his brain melted then burned his corpse I m afraid that this book just wasn t for me I made it to the 20% Erzulie's Skirt point and by that time Stratus had been in countless fights he was injured but healed rapidly he ate a lot and he was gradually remembering who he was and what his magical When You Wish powers were I also read the last chapter and discovered that he and the reader don t find out the answers to those uestions until the end of the book And then they have to read a second book He is also naked a lot of the time There is some male fantasy thing going on here to which I do not relate I received a free copy of this book from the Falconis Tractor publisher

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summary Infernal ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub 'If Jack Reacher came to Westeros and started beating the hell out of everybody you’d have Mark De Jager’s Infernal daring dangerous and full of surprises' Sebastien de Castell autho. Infernal is fun It s also over the top and pulpy but I loved it Stratus wakes in an unfamiliar place with no memories of his past And just in time before local vultures rip him into pieces to enjoy the meal Things escalate uickly and Stratus finds himself engaged in an approaching war with evil forces He has no interest in people and their conflicts but the fickle hand of fate cares little for his plans and goals Especially that he has peculiar inhuman skills Preternatural strength and a knack for sorcery allow him to decimate his opponents Those who try to trap and hurt him disappear in a shower of blood Interestingly tasting brains allows Stratus to gain insights into the past of his fallen opponentsI need to emphasize that despite gritty and violent moments Infernal remains darkly humorous Sure not everyone will enjoy the grim humor but I found it hilarious Like this exchange between Stratus and Tatyana the second key characterTatyana stared at me without saying anything for long enough that I began to wonder whether I had said it aloud or simply thought it As I was about to repeat myself she turned her gaze to the dead man then back to me You re going to eat him she said She made it sound like a statement Just his brain I corrected her His brain Are you repeating everything for a reason In a way Stratus resembles Drax the Destroyer he has no sense of humor he doesn t understand sarcasm or metaphors Subtle jokes skip right past him Something about his earnest tone and deadpan delivery is comic especially in his back and forth with Tatyana The smell is his strongest sense Stratus sniffs people without realizing it s creepy as hell for them and it results in solid situational humorBecause the story is told only through Stratus POV we don t get any unnecessary exposition It also means secondary characters remain underdeveloped but I didn t mind We discover the world through his eyes and nose and because Stratus isn t human he sees things from an alien perspective Frankly the big reveal of his identity is hardly surprising but I won t spoil the fun for you I ll just say the foreshadowing while not subtle and rather in your face entertained me a lot and helped me to picture him Infernal gives an old school fantasy vibe but plays with tropes It blends non stop violent action with horror and grim humor I couldn t put it down but I need to point out its weaker parts Jager s writing is uneven I found his similes awkward and sentence structure surprising in places The beginning while entertaining is repetitious and the story doesn t pack a lot of really surprising twists It s simple and unpretentious and I guess that s the reason why I enjoyed it so much Readers looking for depth and complexity may find it disappointingPersonally I ll read the seuel as soon as it s available I love amnesiac hero trope and Jager nailed it Join me if you fancy following an inhuman with a fractured mind Midnight is a Place pulpy but I loved it Stratus wakes in an 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without saying anything for long enough that I began to wonder whether I had said it aloud or simply thought it As I was about to repeat myself she turned her gaze to the dead man then back to me You re going to eat him she said She made it sound like a statement Just his brain I corrected her His brain Are you repeating everything for a reason In a way Stratus resembles Drax the Destroyer he has no sense of humor he doesn t understand sarcasm or metaphors Subtle jokes skip right Dead Letter past him Something about his earnest tone and deadpan delivery is comic especially in his back and forth with Tatyana The smell is his strongest sense Stratus sniffs Brief an den Vater perspective Frankly the big reveal of his identity is hardly surprising but I won t spoil the fun for you I ll just say the foreshadowing while not subtle and rather in your face entertained me a lot and helped me to Zu Den Platonischen Gleichnissen picture him Infernal gives an old school fantasy vibe but Once in 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summary Infernal ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub An insatiable hunger he sets out across a world blighted by dark magicHunted by relentless enemies Stratus must learn who – and what – he truly is or risk plunging the world into rui. I got hooked within the first chapter my curiosity had me try to guess Stratus s origin from the beginning Then plots got into play and my anticipation kept me from putting the vook down even when my eyes beg to rest In Fernal has interesting story telling not that it s uniue or anything but the way the story was told through Stratus from his learning suffering and experiencing to find his identity and I really like how his character progress I couldn t help myself but rooted for him even when there was a chance he s the bad guy And even when I was able to guess his origin I still want to know not only about him but other plots surrounding the mystery of Stratus I d give 4 plus stars if the endding wasn t that arrupt and such a cliff hanger Beware Infernal contains gory details