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[Download] ➵ Parcel (Emperium Series, #1) ➾ Austin Quinn – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

Parcel (Emperium Series, #1) PDF Epub Parcel Emperium Series, 1 Author Austin Quinn Ivogue.co.uk Leo Is The Average, Confused Teenager Who S Lost In A World That He Doesn T Understand His Past Is A Distant Memory Of A Faded Dream, And His Future Is Anything But Certain After Waking In A Prison Made Of Ice, He S Kidnapped And Thrown Into The Strange, Timeless City Of Parcel Nera Worked Hard To Bring Honor And Recognition To Her Family S Ludus Some Of Parcel S Most Fierce Gladiators Can Be Found Training Under Her Roof She Demands Complete Obedience From Her Slaves, And Her Eccentric Nature Yields Only To Her Insatiable Desire For Anything, Or Anyone, Who Defies The Norm When She Sees A Frail Young Boy With Abnormally Blue Eyes Being Sold In The Forum, She Cannot Resist.Years Passed, And Leo Had Finally Started To Fit In When A Horrific Accident In His Master S Gravity Bay Changed Everything Not Even The Strongest Of Fighters, Ones Who D Trained At The Highest Levels, Could Ve Survived It, But Somehow He Did Now He Must Face A Whole New Set Of Dangers, And Only Time Will Tell If He S Strong Enough To Survive.

    10 thoughts on “[Download] ➵ Parcel (Emperium Series, #1) ➾ Austin Quinn – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    First to review I bought Parcel on a whim when I went on a shopping craze after getting my new Kindle along with like 10 others I ve never heard of I m really glad I did It s actually the first novel I couldn t stop reading since The Hunger Games, and that s saying a lot because I m obsessed with that series The main character, Leo, is pretty awesome I like how ...


  2. says:

    A boy comes to and finds himself immobilised in what seems to be a cocoon of ice He remembers nothing, and upon being freed by a mysterious pair of men, soon finds himself sold into slavery in a world which seems to be a weird mix of ancient Rome and futuristic technology.Four years later and Leo Leonidus, named by his new mistress discovers that he has uncanny capabilities which he and no one else can explain or understand Beginning his gladiatorial training, all he can think about is ear A boy comes to and finds himself immobilised in what seems to be a cocoon of ice He remembers nothing, and upon being freed by a mysterious pair of men, soon finds himself sold into slavery in a world which seems to be a weird mix of ancient Rome and futuristic technology.Four years later and ...


  3. says:

    Really great concept a futuristic world full of gladiator style fighting and new physics I definitely wanted to find outabout Leo and his past I enjoyed the gravity training and the fight scenes I think if the author focuses on creating powerful stakes for Leo possibly tied to his pas...


  4. says:

    it s sad that this book only has one review the author must be new Parcel was a pretty awesome read I spent an entire afternoon and night on it until I finished Leo main character is pretty cool I personally liked Ethos a little better, with his quirky ...


  5. says:

    Cool concept Can tell it is self published the writing needs polishing Note to author regimen does not equal regiment I would love to see this get picked up and cleaned up, because the concept kept me reading.


  6. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book I was so caught up in the story that I was sad when it ended The story was original and easy to read The characters were likable and the author paints a great pictures of the city I can t wait until the next book.


  7. says:

    Parcel is the debut novel of Austin Quinn, and it is a strong showing of force from the young author Our modern teenage protagonist Leo wakes from an icy prison with amnesia, only to find himself in yet another prison this one being a Romanesque city surrounded by an enormous and impassible Wall.The city of Parcel is a throwback to ancient Rome, complete with coliseum games and an autocratic ruler The favored gladiatorial matches now dominate the Bygone Coliseum, and the wealthiest houses trai Parcel is the debut novel of Austin Quinn, and it is a strong showing of force from the young author Our modern teenage protagonist Leo wakes from an icy prison with amnesia, only to find himself in yet another prison this one being a Romanesque city surrounded by a...


  8. says:

    Parcel by Austin Quinn is a futuristic novel set in the distant future where Leo finds himself captured and brought to the glorious city of Parcel where he is enslaved by its inhabitants The author pays tribute to a classic episode of Star Trek in which Captain Kirk is captured and forced to compete in a gladiator arena Only in this case, Leo is scooped up like Kunta Kinte in Roots, considered as private property by the ruling elite He ends up in the Ho...


  9. says:

    An intriguing book, it sucks you into the story from the outset The hero, who doesn t know where he comes from, is transported into a Roman type civilisation where he is enslaved by a master mistress and is made to become a gladiator Most of the story describes his training, and how he becomes physically enhanced by gravity synthesis There are some thrilling fights along the way, and eventually he becomes the foremost fighter in the land and coveted by the emperor And there the book ends An intriguing book, it sucks you into the story from the outset The hero, who doesn t know where he comes from, is transported into a Roman type civilisation where he is enslaved by a master mistress and is made to become a gladiator Most of the story describes his training, and how he becomes physically enhanced by gravity synthesis There are some thrilling fights along the way, and eventually he becomes the foremost fighter in the land and coveted by the emperor And there the book ends, rather leaving the reader in suspense, but as in many of these future fantasy books, you are led to expect that the plot will be continued in the next volume It is very well written The character of the hero is very well drawn and sympathetic a mixture of stoicism and mild humour and one gets to identify with him closely , but the other characters are sketched in and don t really impinge The story is quite straightforward, and never lacks pace, though too much of the book is spent following the in...


  10. says:

    I really liked this book I enjoyed the way the author mixed ancient Rome with science fiction technology Good character development Appropriate for Jr High and up Nothing explicit Has something for everyone, the arena, roman...

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