The World Awakening

The World Awakening Quinn Bradley has learned to use the magic of another world And that world is in danger Having decided to betray CASE Global he can finally reveal his origins to the Enclave and warn them about the c

  • Title: The World Awakening
  • Author: Dan Koboldt
  • ISBN: 9780062659101
  • Page: 187
  • Format: ebook
  • Quinn Bradley has learned to use the magic of another world.And that world is in danger.Having decided to betray CASE Global, he can finally reveal his origins to the Enclave and warn them about the company s imminent invasion Even if it means alienating Jillaine and allying with someone he s always considered his adversary But war makes for strange bedfellows, andQuinn Bradley has learned to use the magic of another world.And that world is in danger.Having decided to betray CASE Global, he can finally reveal his origins to the Enclave and warn them about the company s imminent invasion Even if it means alienating Jillaine and allying with someone he s always considered his adversary But war makes for strange bedfellows, and uniting Alissians against such a powerful enemy will require ancient enmities as well as recent antagonisms to be set aside The future of their pristine world depends on it.As Quinn searches for a way to turn the tide, his former CASE Global squadmates face difficult decisions of their own For some, it s a matter of what they re willing to do to get home For others, it s deciding whether they want to go home at all.Continuing the exciting adventures from The Rogue Retrieval and The Island Deception, The World Awakening is the spellbinding conclusion to the Gateways to Alissia fantasy series from Dan Koboldt.

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    1. Quinn is at it again in the 3rd and final book of the Gateways to Alissia series. (If you haven't already, it's a good idea to readThe Rogue Retrieval (Gateways to Alissia #1) and The Island Deception (Gateways to Alissia #2) first.)Alissia has never been in more danger from the gateway linking their world with Earth's, and it's time to start choosing a side. Logan is still following orders, Quinn's gone native, and it's all coming down to a fight to see which world will prevail.This book struck [...]

    2. The problem with third books in a trilogy, especially when the second one came out about a year ago, is the fact that as much as you really liked the earlier books, suddenly you're thrown into a world that you have vague memories of.The World Awakening starts in the middle of the action. Honestly, I feel the book loses part of its impact for this sole reason--I had to backtrack a little and skim through parts of The Island Deception to figure out what was happening so that I could move forward. [...]

    3. TL;DR: The World Awakening is a satisfying conclusion to the Gateways to Alissia trilogy. I’m sad to see it go but had fun while in country. Highly recommended.Endings are always a mixed blessing. We get answers, but we have to leave. Some series, I’ve put off reading the final books because I want to stay in the world a little longer. Some, I have to return to. What began in The Rogue Retrieval and escalated in The Island Deception comes to a boil in The World Awakening, and it was an endin [...]

    4. The third and final book in the Gateways to Alissia fantasy series. I got an eARC from the publisher. Thanks!A small amount of time has passed since the end of the previous book, the Island Deception. The stage magician Quinn Bradley is enjoying his new-found real magical talents and has left the magicians’ island, Enclave, with Jillaine whom Quinn is hoping to get to know a lot better. They’re looking for Jillaine’s father and Jillaine has saved Quinn a couple of times already. Still, she [...]

    5. I wish there had been more to this book in particular AND the trilogy as a whole, because I didn't want it to end. (The title for the trilogy is Gateways to Alissa. Gateways, plural. Is that a hint that we'll get more stories in this setting eventually? I hope so.)I've described this trilogy as being part techno-thriller and part portal fantasy, and for me, the most interesting aspects of the story were in how those elements interacted. NEVER was there any 'Magic works here, so tech doesn't' non [...]

    6. I’m so sad… because this series is over! The world building was excellent, and I loved getting to know the characters, especially Quinn, who was flawed and makes mistakes, yet is so fun to root for. I love how everyone had depth and dimensions, including the antagonist. This was such a satisfying ending, yet leaves enough to the imagination where I wish I could know even more about Alissia; but I think that’s what great SFF does — you want to jump into the pages and have a look around yo [...]

    7. World Awakening is Just Plain FunDan Koboldt is a storyteller. He pulls you through his books with evocative writing, well formed characters, and a style that reminds you that reading can and should be fun. The downside is that I inhale his books, come up for air and sadly realize that now I have to wait for another.

    8. A heck of an ending.Oh, I don't want to be done with this world. I thoroughly enjoyed my time with this series, and would love to know how things shake out in the aftermath. The characters and world building were great. I hope to see more from this author.

    9. A perfectly-ended series, Dan's managed to tidy everything up without losing any pacing. A cracking series from start to finish, with enough new to make it feel original and fresh. Highly recommended.

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