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    [FREE] Den of Shadows Gamblers Den #1 ò Christopher Byford – mymaxlinks.us Many thanks to Christopher Buford H and Netgalley for the free copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review The Den of Shadows takes us on a journey through the Sand Sea a vast desert waste where humans l

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Mosphere and the scenes delighting my sensesBut for me it just lacked something I m struggling to put my finger n exactly what was missingThe depth Date With A Dead Doctor of the story was lostn Atmospheric build up I didn t get the rule breaking fight for survival feel the blurb teasedThe blurb very much creates a fantasy wild fun entertaining risky rule breaking fight for survival feel but I didn t feel there was enough story line to keep me wanting I think I was expecting Signs in the Heavens: A Jewish Messianic Perspective of the Last Days Coming Millennium of a dangerous feel that comes with GamblingThe Characters were flamboyant I would go as far to say theatrical circus cabaret to a point Which was great as it added to the entertainment vibef an exciting casino Exactly how Christopher intended them to beIt also has a Western steampunk dystopian feel to it which I did enjoy I was very excited to read this bookThe idea Daddy Lost Me At Poker (Eroticulture) (English Edition) of a Gambling Train that stops at different worlds enticing all walksf life to come aboard and be entertained and to take risks was so fresh and excitingThe atmosphere was there but the story was missing somethingI do believe Den Orb: A Tale of Alien Pregnancy of Shadows has huge potential I have never seen another book uite like thisne beforeHowever I do want to point Witchopoly out these are just mypinions whilst reading the bookAlthough this Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlett: A Grandfather's Thoughts on Faith, Family, and the Things That Matter Most one wasn t necessarily to my taste it does have alotf potentialI m hoping there will be a book 2 and that book 1 was just creating the vibe for an exciting fresh new series If there was another book I would definitely read it as I do feel Christopher has got something special It just needs some fine tuning then it will be PerfectI would recommend this book to readers who enjoy Fantasy adventure DystopianI received this book from the Publisher in exchange for a honest and fair review via Netgalley The Gambler s Den weaves its way across the scorching dessert stopping at certain towns and Asesinato en una Lavandería China (Fondo Editorial Tierra Adentro offering itsverworked and underpaid townfolk ne night f solace One night to forget all their troubles let loose and have some fun But nce n board there s much to the mysterious traveling show than meets the eye enter Franco the captain and heart Beyond Time Travel - Exploring Our Parallel Worlds: Amazing Real Life Stories in the News (Time Travel Books Book 1) of the train Misu Franco s second hand and fire breathing showgirl and Wyld the young stowaway thief Some called it a circus Some referred to it as a carnival Both were incorrect for it was something much grandiose In a realm governed by law Franco makes sure to keep his den in line by being a strict and precise leader But when he s faced with saving the fatef his train and those Boarding House of Hunks on board he may be forced to break hiswn rules For Franco The Gambler s Den isn t just a job but a way f life and the people abroad aren t just workers but his family Den f Shadows by Christopher Byford is a slow paced western fantasy like tale about an elaborate showman named Franco his relationships and his traveling casino business At 176 pg s long this is a short book but it feels much longer due to the pacing f the story However its so wonderfully written that I didn t mind its slow pace it was very easy to get lost in the author s beautiful descriptions Unfortunately it did

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a long time for the to reveal itself and I didn t really know where this story was going until about half way through I love the idea f a traveling train casino Where ever it stops it The Further Mishaps of Charlie Chumpkins offers its new passengers a night fullf shows gambling games drinks and much needed excitement and relaxation The world building is great and the characters were fleshed ut too I just wish there was to the plot It took so long to get to it that by the time it did it felt like this story had ended It didn t feel complete to me Fortunately this is the first book in a series so I have faith that the future books will add much to the Gambler s Den world I wanted This is a beautifully written tale that will be sure to suck you in with all f its vivid imagery Its full f colorful people traveling and casino fun Worth the read I received an eBook copy f this title via netgalley in exchange for my honest review I received this book from NetGalley and H Digital Publishing in exchange for an honest reviewThis book was right up my alley I Really Dig Anything That Reminds dig anything that reminds f the 1920s golden age The idea f the Gambler s Den going from depressed town to town giving the hardworking loyals something to celebrate and take their minds Our Planet: Our Home off their troubles just sounds like it could have so many wonderful stories surrounding itWhich leads me to mynly complaint there just wasn t enough in this to seem complete to me It seemed like a barebones story Kakoong, Pahlawan Pulau Awan Vol. 8 outline than a complete story Allf the characters were interesting the main plot points were done well but I felt like stories like this need a bit developmentI feel like the villains Wilheim and Juniper could have been present and that their stories and that f Jacues and the showgirls could have felt complete And Wyld I m completely confused as to why she was even in the story if she wasn t going to be all that involved r undergo any real character development Like I said there just wasn t enough here to merit 5 stars but if there would ever be in this universe I d be very interested in reading it ebook given through Netgalley which doesn t have an effect Journeys of Frodo: An Atlas of J.R.R.Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings on mypionI enjoyed this book all the time It was uick readbut the reader is given so much in these pages Characters are wonderfully writtenstyle f writing is amazing and the story is right amount f magic and mystery I would recommend this book to anyone So what are you waiting for Netgalley Arc provided by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review25 starsThis has been ne f those curious it s not the book it s me caseMaybe I have read too many action packed uick paced books lately but this ride started very slowly and it took forever almost to 50% into the book to take up speed and I still thought it was dawdlingAt first I did not notice because the writing is beautiful elegant and clear The setting was promising and so was the start I totally wanted to get n the train and take the rideBut as the story progressed r rather it didn t information was sparse and I kept n wa. T stop at your stationWhile fighting ff poverty in the blisteri. I received a copy A Stepdaughter In Heat (Daddy Daughter Sex Stories) of this book in exchange for an honest review Thank you to the author Christopher Byford and the publisher H Digital for thispportunityCan we just acknowledge how mesmerising this cover is In all honesty this is where my excitement for this book stemmed And nce I had then read the synopsis which was remarkably cryptic and alluring I just knew this was going to be the book for meThe Gambler s Den brings a brief night f respite to the poverty stricken and hard working individuals who have made a home upon the desert s vast and windswept plains The train arrives in each town laden with beautiful women alcohol gambling and the promise to make at least for ne night all your fears disappearOther reviewers have stated their discontent at the slow build f this novel but this is the section I most admired The dark atmospheric ualities In the End of this book grew until the setting became almost a character in itself From there I became absorbed into the realmf the mystical and belief was suspended as I was borne across the desert along with the cast f theatrical individuals this circulates aroundThis bore similarities to two previous books I have thoroughly enjoyed The Night Circus and Caraval All three books evoke a dark whimsy and a building sense f foreboding that haunts the narrative Neither f the three are easily classifiable and it is this indefinable uality that truly captivated my attentionThis book bears a resemblance to classic Western literature due to the setting and the lawless and heady feel aboard the illicit train but is also clearly fantastical in nature The adventurous elements combine into an almost dystopian plot line that had me constantly guessing and second guessing the utcome This book was many things but the ne that is for certain is that it was an unforgettable journey that I am keen to revisit in the second instalment in this thrilling new series Many thanks to Christopher Buford H and Netgalley for the free copy f this book in exchange for an unbiased review The Den f Shadows takes us n a journey through the Sand Sea a vast desert waste where humans live with crime and corruption hard labor and low pay with little entertainment At the beginning f the story the kingdom f Eifera is very briefly mentioned so briefly that it left me wondering why it was really even mentioned There must be a story there that will be developed in future books Otherwise it s just there for a juxtaposition The Sand Sea is known for its rough terrain bad weather and towns that popped up along trade routes These towns are what the Gambler s Den was made for a train fit for gambling and drinking with showgirls There is a resident thief breakfasts with cockatrice eggs shootouts and an evil sheriff All the makings The Age of Treachery of a successful fantasy story right But I just felt like the author wasn t sure where he was going at first Then suddenly there is this plot with the manager and the sheriff in town My assumption is this the beginning bookf a series What the Gambler s Den is and who the people are needs to be addressed It took maybe half f the book Then suddenly the reader is thrown not ne not two but three subplots The Catcher in the Rye and Philosophy on topf the two character development plots and not Seven Sisters New Quilts from an Old Favorite one is heavily developed I think Byford may have shortchanged himself He has some really promising ideas here I m curious if there will beverlap into book two Keep writing Byford The ending leaves me wanting Summer Fantasy Fest Read 1 Den f Shadows was absolutely amazing Fantasy Fest Read 1 Den f Shadows was absolutely amazing is full f mystery intrigue and felt a little bit magical This author knows how to grab your attention with beautiful world building without drifting into the realms f purple prose and definitely had some interesting ideas Imagine that your town receives an invite to a mysterious event A mysterious event which turns When a Man Loves a Woman out to be a train the Gamblers Den run by a fantastical conductor and a crewf talented performers Imagine this train will let everyone n rich r poor bringing a sense Keep From Falling of unity to your town But also giving you the chances to win some serious richesn some Catalogue the Insanity of the gamesn board This train is a casino carnival and party all rolled into Blessed Homecoming one And it is glorious This story and it s characters are largely uite theatrical and I really loved it It felt almost like a tale you might be told around a campfire where the narrative is uite deliberately worded to really set the scene and tell a magical tale However there is nothing delicate about these characters Franco the leaderf the performance is eccentric intelligent and a little bit crafty but also uite influenced by his crew despite leading firmly I liked that he was so complex and not so sueaky clean whilst
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being a showman He reminded Shrek of a certain popular character from a Leigh Bardugo book The couettish fire breathing Misu is eually as intricate and I wish her character had chance to shine actually because she was lotsf fun to read about Eually Wyld the resident thief deserved time in the book than she was given and really grabbed my attention The introduction f such a host f likeable interesting characters shows really great promise for I hope any future books I love the concept and particularly that the story is constantly moving with the train to new destinations I wanted to know why the train was struggling financially and how Franco was going to get them Look Alikes Jr. outf a sticky situation that arose The writing really is beautiful I nly wish I could have had a slightly packed ut story so I could enjoy the characters that little bit I absolutely recommend this brilliant book I really hope there will be to comeThis ARC was provided to me free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review 35 Beautifully Descriptive I want to start Architecture for the Shroud: Relic and Ritual in Turin off by saying how Magical and Exciting the Book Cover isHowever for me the Book took ages to get going Don t get me wrong Christopher created a beautifully descriptive story capturing the magical feel to a casinothe varied Characters aboard the train the lifen board the train and the many places it visited He built up the at. The Gambler’s Den weaves its away across the desert But will ,
Iting for events to culminate for some climax but when it came it was not so much a bang but a whimper Too many things were hinted at but not explained Characters were shrouded in mystery for so long that I simply lost interest My main problem however is that I think the book tries to be too many things at Collecting and Exhibiting Computer-Based Technology: Expert Curation at the Museums of the Smithsonian Institution once fantasy comingf age ish character driven ish steampunk ish westernesue and this is inimical to plot and world building The storycharacters do not have enough steam in them to carry the narrative far enough and though there are some interesting exciting stretches in the journey mostly it is milkrun I can t stand the idea He Remembers the Barren of not being in control that something is pulling my strings to reach a destiny I can t influence 2 5This book took men such a roller coaster ride The Early Girl Gets the Blood Wolf of feelings It has such a promising and solid start that I thought it would a 4r 5 star read for sure Then it sort Diary of a Library Nerd: An Erotic Diary of One Woman's Metamorphosis of plodded along aimlessly picked up a bit near the middle with some Western vibe gunfights and political malarky then shuffled to the endf the book Den The Stonemere Park Breast Essays: From The L.C.T.F. Archives of Shadows could absolutely work for you if you like slow paced character study esue novels but unfortunately I found it rather underwhelming Redemption never walked through the drift soiled alleyways with the pimps and beggars Clemency never sat itself at a back end tavern and ignored the drinking and whoring She had learnt long ago that prayers were hollow wordsDenf Shadows is about a train Franco Let the Wolf Howl owns The Gambler s Den which rovesn train tracks through the Sand Sea a barren desert in a Rebel The Resistible Rise Of Benito Mussolini of the Sands sortf setting providing lavish entertainment to the local people in the form f alcohol gambling and pretty women The beginning features the train coming into a downtrodden weary town and it is genuinely a wonderful start in a sort f The Night Circus fashion Then the book focuses almost entirely Blue Guide New York on Franco with a bitf unfinished background drama going n with Misu the senior showgirl and Wyld a thief I ll start ff with some strong positives I though the setting was pretty cool the roving bandits the desert towns the dealings with the locals The Gambler s Den is also a thoroughly Homesick original idea at least to me it was Further the writing is simply lovely It s beautiful in an understated way not at all purple prose like Caraval which the Goodread s synopsis likens it to The writing is so nice in fact that for the first thirdf the book it disguises the fact that absolutely nothing is happening The train wanders around the desert Wyld steals something and Franco drinks himself into A Criminal Affair oblivion virtually every night Somewhere in a place where the fatigue and inebriation collided the past turned lucidThis book is really about Franco Franco s past his present with The Gambler s Den his uncertain futuren the train It s about his rags to riches tale It s about his relationships with his employees It s such a shame that I couldn t stand him I m not sure if you were supposed to like him to be fair but I varied between being apathetic about him and then wanting to throw him Sangue Derramado off hiswn train Far and away the best bits f the book focused n Jaues a real stand up sort f guy who acted as Franco s boyguard and Wyld the mysterious stowaway thief The Gambler s Den had a lot f promise that cover is gorgeous but it failed to deliver n the plot and action elements My thanks to Netgalley the publisher and the author for an ARC f this book Read this review and n my blog Den Of Shadows felt like a mix f gangster movies and westerns And also like kind f a letdownByford crafts this world that might end up interesting a goddess instead f a god a civilization united largely by train tracks spread through a land Confessions of a Teenage Hollywood Star of sand and ruin a train that brings fun and debauchery to every town it passes cementing its status as a legendf this vast desert There is a lot to mine here so it s a pity that the book decides to dig in all the wrong placesA hefty chunk Precious Stones: Their Occult Power and Hidden Significance of the story is dedicated to the relationship between young Francour protagonist and his grandfather This is not an unusual trope but the bulk The Proletarian Revolution and the Renegade Kautsky of this plotline can be summed up in a paragraph its whole purpose lying in showing us why Franco loves the train so much and what he thinksf his grandfather If you have not guessed the answers to both uestions from the preceeding paragraph alone then you may find those flashbacks interestingAnother part f the novel is just day to day life f the train inhabitants and the shows that they put Works Days on and there s also a little promisef a treasure hunt at the beginning These are the most engaging and steadily fun chapters f Den f Shadows as you actually get t know the side characters and understand who they are and why they joined the travelling wonder But then the treasure hunt turns into a ne chapter diversion into some ther novel ne where gangsters shoot up vaults full f gold and characters up vaults full The King's Commissar of gold and characters to terms with the fact that they are now killers This is wildly jarring and to make things worse not explored that deeply These things are treated like plot points not character progression points It s as if a book about adventure suddenly implodes and emerges as some disfigured Frankenstein s monsterf murder extortion explosions and convoluted plot pointsThere are some stale tropes like a traitor in their midst a Javert like stubborn two dimensional sheriff and One Of The Worst Possible Endings To of the worst possible endings to story something that should have been left in the 20th century fiction Also Misu s characterization is butchered so if you start Bloodmage off liking her curb your expectations hardThis may be better if you go into it knowing that it s not an actual western nor a fun adventure nor a character driven tale This is just a long setup towards some lengthy action scenes that are fun to read but leave little to think about and culminate in the aforementioned horrible endingThis was just below average to me mypinion soured mainly by Misu and the ending Perhaps a seuel with some improvement would make it all better as I do genuinely feel like the world may be a highly promising n. 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