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Ious past she pretends to be a peasant it's a chance to be just a normal girl with a normal boy for a while But with war decimating her once proud nation and the sinister clockwork Sect infiltrating her mother's court Riese's moments with Micah are the only islands of sanity left in a world go Much like the web series which we watched on Netflix this seemed kind of immaturely written and at times downright silly It felt like there was a Steampunk Checklist being consulted airship Check Goggles Check Ordinary objects with extra mechsanical devices in them Check Oh and most importantly random cogs and gears attached to things Super check That was the one that bothered me the most in the show that the Sect members pretty much had gears glued to their outfits to make them seem steampunky But the written description in the book made it sound the same like they were gluing gears to themselves for the faith I get that they were also replacing parts of their body with mechanical parts which makes sense because how do you replace bits of clothing with mechanical bitsIt s not SO bad but it s still bad

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Riese author Greg Cox

A steampunk princess is torn between love and duty in this preuel to SyFycom's wildly popular webisodes Riese has never been happy as a princess; she'd much rather be hunting or fighting than sitting through another lesson on court etiuette When she meets Micah a wandering artist with a myster This one took a bit to really get going but then it seemed to end so uickly I m definitely going to have to try to find the series to watch Riese is a very interesting character I d like to follow of her and Fenrir s adventures

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Ne mad As her kingdom falls and the Sect grows ever stronger will Riese remain true to her duty as a princessor risk everything on a boy she barely knows     SyFy's enormously popular Riese webisodes come to literary life in this preuel rife with steampunk technology and medieval mysticism Ok first off this book s cover is SO awesome I mean that was the reason I picked it up was because of the cover I thought cool a book about a strong female character Well it stank to say the least The writing style was horrible I thought short choppy sentences and dumb wording that left you thinking what The main character was boring and dull I thought although she did have a cool wolf friend and I thought that by the sixth chapter That s as far as I got I should have known her character better it was too shallow The beginning of the book was extremely dark I thought and I almost considered putting it down after reading the first chapter but continued reading because I HATE putting a book down once I start it So two stars for a cool cover


10 thoughts on “Riese author Greg Cox

  1. says:

    Riese is a Princess and soon to be ueen of Asgard and Eleysia When war comes knocking at her door she must do what she can to save her family from the Nixian invaders while giving up her freedom in the process Can she succeed and trust the steam clock work cult known as the Sect who have allied themselves inside the Kingdom Read on

  2. says:

    I tried I really really did But the writing was too standard the characters too standard the plot waaay too standard You know me I like some pzaz This book didn't have it

  3. says:

    This one took a bit to really get going but then it seemed to end so uickly I'm definitely going to have to try to find the series

  4. says:

    A preuel to the Syfy web series this novel serves as an origin story for Riese an orphaned princess wandering her former kingdom which has been overthrown by religious radicals who venerate machine technology Cox writes for the newco

  5. says:

    This book was really excellent and I enjoyed it immensely Riese is a princess of the kingdom of Asgard forced into war by neighbori

  6. says:

    Much like the web series which we watched on Netflix this seemed kind of immaturely written and at times downright silly It felt like there was a Steampunk Checklist being consulted airship Check Goggles Check Ordinary objects with

  7. says:

    Author Greg Cox did such an amazing job creating the female character of Riese that I honestly spent the whole book believing it had been written by a woman due to the female perspective featured throughout Riese was a passionate fiercely brave sympathatic interesting and resourceful character The only complants I had were that the author alternated between past and present throughout so that some spoilers to

  8. says:

    Ok first off this book's cover is SO awesome I mean that was the reason I picked it up was because of the cover I thought cool a book about a strong female character Well it stank to say the least The writing style was horr

  9. says:

    This had so much potential I wanted to love this but alas cannot Steampunk yes characterization good story line almost there explanation left lacking So many things were left literally in the air to be finished by watching the online series What I had already watched the series that is how I discovered there was a book Had I known t

  10. says:

    This is a preuel to a series on syfy Here we meet 15 year old Riese She is a princess and heir to the throne of Eleysia but she is not all that interested in learning her royal duties She would much rather ride and hunt than learn how to be a

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