And Then There Were Giants

And Then There Were Giants Years of martial arts training never prepared nineteen year old Alysia Knight for the battle she has to face War is raging in the streets of New Jersey and surviving the apocalypse means staying clea

  • Title: And Then There Were Giants
  • Author: Greg Dragon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 296
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  • Years of martial arts training never prepared nineteen year old Alysia Knight for the battle she has to face War is raging in the streets of New Jersey, and surviving the apocalypse means staying clear of monsters preying on the citizens But all this will be the least of her worries when her parents become targets Death is inevitable, unless Alysia can muster up the couYears of martial arts training never prepared nineteen year old Alysia Knight for the battle she has to face War is raging in the streets of New Jersey, and surviving the apocalypse means staying clear of monsters preying on the citizens But all this will be the least of her worries when her parents become targets Death is inevitable, unless Alysia can muster up the courage and hone her abilities to defeat all that stands in her way If not, she may end up losing than her parents BOOK ONE in the new Knights and Demons Serial by Greg Dragon.

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    1. I read this book in a little over an hour yet I almost deleted it from my Kindle. The language is very stilted and it often felt as if the author had a list of words that he was required to use in any way possible. I normally only write reviews that express what I think about the book but I am making an exception here. 1. During what was meant to be a huge fight between the protagonist and a group of men that had kidnapped her, one man put his hand on her thigh. She responded by pushing his hand [...]

    2. I couldn't finish this book. I didn't like the protagonist. I just couldn't believe in her survival skills. I also didn't like how people reacted to the apocalyptic event. There was no announcement of invasion but people were running and in some cases, right into danger! It was just so stupid so I put this book aside.

    3. Decent book I thought the story was pretty decent I just think it doesn't quite flow properly and needs a little more work to be a good fantasy story

    4. The story line and characters were great but the book ended without and ending like you needed to start the next book.

    5. I know a lot of people don't like serials because they feel they are gimmicks to get more money for the author. I don't see them that way. Usually, they cost about the same as a book in the long run or maybe just a little more. But if it is a long serial, it would usually be longer than a book or two. I treat serials like TV shows. Yes, you may have to wait but I learned how to do that in preschool.Now, for this particular serial. A young girl is at school when suddenly strange creatures includi [...]

    6. Despite years of being trained in martial arts by her father, 19-year-old Alysia Knight is hardly prepared for the day when mythical monsters and giants invade her placid New Jersey home town. Separated from her parents, Alysia must find a way to prevail over things that shouldn’t even exist or death is inevitable.Can Alysia survive the monsters? What will happen to her parents? The author leaves the reader guessing until a question-mark ending.And Then There Were Giants by Greg Dragon is an u [...]

    7. Ambivalence. This had a lot of potential and I love me a good apocalypse. But it was in serious need of an editor. The pacing was jagged. I'm on the fence on if I'll read more. I mean, I kinda liked that we didn't have people explaining everything because in an insane situation like that it makes sense that no one would know. I liked the randomness of the apocalyptic happenings. It's justke I said, the pacing was an issue and so was the flow. It was like when you take a new driver out for their [...]

    8. Average book. There was nothing particularly special about it, but I did like that the main character was a black female who was all around really good at combat and was smart about it. Kind of a typical apocalyptic circumstances, and the book didn't really focus on how all of the chaos starts (maybe for the other books?). Characters were kind of plain and none of them talked differently from each other even though each of them came from different places and backgrounds. At times I thought I was [...]

    9. Reading this as part of a box set. I expected to really like this as the premise sounded intriguing but I found it difficult to read. There was no building of characters or their world and so you are not invested in what happens to them. The pacing is strange and the characters do some really odd things at the most inopportune moments. I will be reading Part 2 as I want to know if things improve.

    10. Post apocalypse with giants, demons and Jurassic park gone awryAll CeCe was doing was skipping class to get an interview with a celeb, but never goes as planned. Fighting to stay alive is what her father has taught her all her life. 14 and older due to violence.

    11. Promising butI thought it was inadequately written and the ideas poorly conceived. I tried but I didn't - couldn't - finish the book.

    12. Good bookAction from the very first page. Lots of monsters, demons and a mess load of the usual people who try to take advantage of the situation.

    13. ExcitingI've been looking for a great series for a while now. This book was exciting & it grabbed my attention right off. . I can't wait to read the other books.

    14. A very good story. This is a different take on the end of the world as we know it. Giants, dinosaurs, flying bat type creatures, and demons have overrun the east coast. I really want to read the next one to find out what happens next. Looks to be a good series.

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