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The Etheria Project by Gael Judicium

 

The one who makes the choices that nobody else will.

The wanderer.

The war veteran who can’t quit.

The avenger.

The one who gave up everything.

The one who hides her face behind her masks.

The one who lost everything.

The lord who is gone forever, and the lord that won’t be stopped.

The one who holds the key to a lost power.

 

And the two who are going to use it to change their world.

Forever.

 

There is no more turning back . . . .

Note: The Etheria Project contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly

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Listed: Jul 31, 2008

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Meh

By Chris Poirier, editor

Sep 8, 2008: The Etheria Project isn’t badly-written. It’s an easy read, mostly. It reads like a book of one of the poorer Final Fantasy games. XII, for instance. Minus the chocobos. So far, we’ve met characters with lilac, pink, and blue eyes. It’s that kind of story.

There’s a lot of dialogue, and while I can tell the girls from the boys, I can’t otherwise tell the characters apart: what they say doesn’t reveal anything but the plot. The plot, at least, has a surprise or two, from time to time—enough to keep you guessing. And while the prose can be a little purple or a little awkward at times, it isn’t unpleasant to read.

If you like stories were none of the characters has to work very hard to get what they want, where the cities are shiny and pretty, where the knights wear their bright armour and the children all go to school, where kids luck into magical artifacts and can beat up trained soldiers, you’ll probably enjoy The Etheria Project.

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By Teresa, member

Jul 31, 2008: I enjoyed reading it and am waiting for the next installment. I think it was easy to follow and there was continuity in the story line.

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