Souldancer

Souldancer Brian Niemeier s highly praised debut novel Nethereal introduced a captivating mysterious world Book of the Soul Cycle unveils its secrets Twenty years after the old world ended in fire Xander Syk

  • Title: Souldancer
  • Author: Brian Niemeier
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  • Page: 358
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  • Brian Niemeier s highly praised debut novel Nethereal introduced a captivating, mysterious world Book 2 of the Soul Cycle unveils its secrets Twenty years after the old world ended in fire, Xander Sykes travels the deserts of a drastically changed Mithgar His fascination with the world he never knew along with his strange abilities divides him from his clan But otherwoBrian Niemeier s highly praised debut novel Nethereal introduced a captivating, mysterious world Book 2 of the Soul Cycle unveils its secrets Twenty years after the old world ended in fire, Xander Sykes travels the deserts of a drastically changed Mithgar His fascination with the world he never knew along with his strange abilities divides him from his clan But otherworldly forces interrupt his exile Pursued by enemies from above and beneath the world, Xander bands together with an ambassador from hell, his heavenly bodyguard, and a reformed guildsman seeking to right his order s wrongs The search for answers leads to a vast, decaying city haunted by a presence as tormented as it is deadly Xander finds a survivor who may give purpose to his nameless longing if he can help her escape the terror that stalks them both.

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    1. Last night I finished reading Souldancer by Campbell Award nominee Brian Niemeier. Souldancer is book two of "The Soul Cycle," and the sequel to his debut novel Nethereal.I'll be honest, this was not the sequel I was expecting. There's a large time gap between the two books that caught me off guard in the beginning. Furthermore, the story spends significant time with characters that simply aren't in Nethereal. But the two stories are connected, and in a very strong way. I give Mr. Niemeier stron [...]

    2. 2016 Campbell Award nominee for Best New Writer Brian Niemeier has gone above and beyond with his 2nd book Souldancer. To call this an Epic Space Fantasy is an understatement. Mr. Niemeier not only expands upon his Soul Cycle universe, he has also written a captivating and engaging story that is immediately accessible to readers even if they haven't read the first book. While it is book 2 in the series, it is possible to read Souldancer without having read Nethereal. I wouldn't recommend that th [...]

    3. Damn. This is madness. In book form. Onward to number 3.Do you love classics like Frank Herbert or HP Lovecraft? Get this.Do you have fond memories of Pen/Pencil games? Get this.Do you just want to have a hell of a ride? Get this.It brings out otherworldly aspects I loved from the old World of Darkness games.This book is dense in the best sense of the word.

    4. This novel is absolutely head and shoulders above the first book, Nethereal. The author has come a tremendous way in writing this one, and the content makes that clear. It's possible that the first one suffered from prequelitis, needing to provide a cast just long enough to get through to this book, which is obviously the meat of his story. Either way, this is his true defining work right here.The writing style is comfortable and descriptive. Dialogue felt natural and smooth. At no point was I y [...]

    5. *did not finish*Man, I hate to write this review. I really wanted to like this book. It's just too muddled. Listen, I love immersive story telling as much as the next guy, where the author chucks you in the deep end and says figure it out - I'm not going to spoon feed you. That's great.But at some point, you need to reach clarity - that ah hah moment where everything clicks together. Some 200 pages in, I still have no idea what's going on, why I should care, and lack any significant connection w [...]

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