[ PDF / Epub ] ☆ Volume One (The Gate Series 2 Book 1) Author A.S. Oren – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk


Volume One (The Gate Series 2 Book 1) Not Recommended For My Readers Under 18 Strong Language And Sexual Situations Warning For Entire Series A Reverse Harem Story Sandra Serling Genius And Moody Girl Of The Century Finds Herself In An An Alice And Wonderland Esque Situation When The Utterly Sexy Steampunk Knight Stillan Comes Blasting Through Her Closet Door While She S In The Middle Of Changing Clothes She Isn T The Brother He S Looking For What Will They Do When The Timer On His Portal To His Country, Miltic, Runs Out And He Accidently Takes Her Barreling Back With Him She Can Only Stay So Long In Miltic Before Too Much Time Passes By In Her Own World And She Won T Be Able To Return To The Life She Knew Before But After Getting To Know Stillan, Desen The Sky Pirate With All The Charm Of Jack Sparrow , Tylek Stilan S Brother , And Faust The Steambike Riding, Pub Crawling Humakat Will She Want To Return After All, They Ve Awoken A Part Of Her She Never Thought Existed, But Will That Part End Up Killing Her When The King Of Their Land Figures Out Who And What She Really Is


10 thoughts on “Volume One (The Gate Series 2 Book 1)

  1. says:

    I was given a free copy by the author in exchange for an honest review Yay 4 stars This book was really fun to read It was short and fast paced without the feeling of being rushed I found the substance that I have been looking for in the first Spearwood Academy of Ms Oren Congratulations I sooo love the straightforward approach of the characters The way Sandra s questions were immediately answered by an honest and rightful knight It was amazing that she was rational with the turn of events I would have been freaking out _ was refreshing as compared to all the intriguing and complicated secret hide and seek games played by most Of course, it was so direct to the point and it was less confusing, but it still got the mysterious quality without all the melodramatic scenes.The protagonist was very interesting Her arrogance, was endearing, which shouldn t be happening by the way The same applies to her indifference and snarky attitude I guess this is probably because of the way the author s reasoning was delivered Sandra s character development ...


  2. says:

    It was a decent story, the characters were fun to read about and entertaining I feel like for a protagonist that is 17yo, this scenario was a little adult for her I enjoyed the plot, it was different and quick paced.I wish the author would create of an environment though, to give her readers a visual on the mood, lighting, and scene that she is trying to portray.Now one of the things that bothered me the most in this short read were the errors, grammatical or spelling It was infuriating at first because it pulls you away from the story completely Especially when it happens nearly ever turn of the page It spoils the fun of a good book I would recommend that the author revise her story to prevent small errors, they are easily overlooked but the end result matters, if you re like me who flinches at every spelling error Then it just became comical, some of the word errors transformed the sentences into something the author didn t mean and it came across funny, which also pulled me away from the story I understand it s an indie read but I am paying money for a quality story.The short read literally the shortest book I have ever read, didn t even take half a day was chalk full of spelling and grammatical errors, but at least the re...


  3. says:

    3 StarsI m going to give both books 3 stars because the story is good But I wanted to DNF is many times because of the editing problems So many mistakes There were times I had to read a sentence repeatedly to figure out what the au...


  4. says:

    Story is great, but don t read this if you are a grammar nazi.I love the story line and where it is headed, but all the typos and missing words are killing me I hope there is a way to fix them retroactively.


  5. says:

    Good but has typosI like the theme of the story and the details Had a lot of typos though and could use a good editing for that reason.


  6. says:

    Good book, butThe grammatical errors are too hard to ignore I would enjoy this book once the book has been reviewed by the editors and fixed.


  7. says:

    The grammar is awful The author needs a native English speaker to proof the books in this series That said, I was still totally hooked on the plot This is a 5 star book in need of an editor.


  8. says:

    Interesting story, butThe story and characters are interesting, but this definitely needed to be checked for spelling and grammatical errors It was also very short I hope greater care is taken with future books and possibly a revision of this one.


  9. says:

    Short and a little slow


  10. says:

    Good concept I enjoyed this book and thought it had a good concept That was decent character development but there could definitely have been a lot The storyline is fun and kept me captivated I only gave it three stars because of basic vocabulary and gramm...


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