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Pyrrhic Kingdom By Keith D. Jones Pyrrhic Kingdom The company was old The company was weak having lost its way Fear holding it down Cowardice forcing it back Once strong Once great Having stood too long against the dark and ancient creatures that ha
  • Title: Pyrrhic Kingdom
  • Author: Keith D. Jones
  • ISBN: 1490460403
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pyrrhic Kingdom By Keith D. Jones The company was old The company was weak, having lost its way Fear holding it down Cowardice forcing it back Once strong Once great Having stood too long against the dark and ancient creatures that had existed since before time itself had formed Leaving them Ignoring them Allowing evil to fester and grow in the world Andrew remembered what had once been Knew wha The company was old The company was weak, having lost its way Fear holding it down Cowardice forcing it back Once strong Once great Having stood too long against the dark and ancient creatures that had existed since before time itself had formed Leaving them Ignoring them Allowing evil to fester and grow in the world Andrew remembered what had once been Knew what stalked them Would face the ancient and nameless monsters that no longer feared the company Would find the secret and hidden groups of men who conspired against the company and sought the end of the world Andrew wanted the company to be great again Would go to any lengths to make the dark fear the members of the company once Would pay any price Sacrifice his mind Give up his life To make the company whole once Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 286 pages Published June 27th 2013 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform More Details ISBN 1490460403 ISBN13 9781490460406 Other Editions 3 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Pyrrhic Kingdom, please sign up

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    1. You could describe Pyrrhic Kingdom as Cthulhu Macbeth The plot will kind of sort of remind you of Macbeth, and Pyrrhic Kingdom has conspiracies, secret societies and ancient horrors from beyond time and space instead of witches and a rebellion After all, it was a rebellion that got the whole plot of Macbeth moving.Anyway, can t review Biased I wrote it Pyrrhic Kingdom, I mean Not Macbeth That was Shakespeare who was freely adapting other stuff but never mind that right now.


    2. This was a difficult read for me I was initially excited when this was described as having a lovecraftian feel to it, but the poetic writing style left me confused The majority of the book is written in one to four word sentences that made me feel like I was reading in a strobe light The dialog felt the same way which made it difficult to understand who was talking I wouldn t say this was bad, it just wasn t for me Maybe I m just too dumb to get it If you enjoy dark, artsy, unique reads, g This [...]


    3. Pyrrhic Kingdom was written by my brother I just wanted to get that out of the way.I really enjoyed Pyrrhic Kingdom it was a well written book with a quick poetic flow that lead to it being a quick read The story was a little bit Edger Allen Poe, a little bit H.P Lovecraft and a lot of William Shakespeare I would say that the writing was poetic than Lovecraft and a lot scarier than Shakespeare leaving the reader with a feel like Poe s writing The Story follows the same basic outlin Pyrrhic Kingd [...]


    4. Definitely unique Honestly, I don t really understand everything that happened It was really difficult to figure out who was talking in many of the conversations, and the vast majority of the book was made up of sentences that are four words or less That really bothered me at first, and though I ended up being okay with it mostly because I didn t have a choice, so I ultimately decided that it lent the book a sense of simplicity and seriousness , I wouldn t recommend this book to others who d Def [...]


    5. Received free kindle edition.I really, really, really wanted to like this I mean, Macbeth AND Cthulhu Darn tootin But it seems to be written in a stream of consciousness format that I ve always found baffling This book could well be the next Finnegans Wake or Ulysses and I ll be the jerk that found it confusing Whatta Maring , people will say or He s not just a schmuck, he s a real Kevin Sorry Keith


    6. I received this book for free from the author publisher in response for an honest review of the book I have not had the opportunity to read this book at this time I will add my review of this book once I have read the book Thank k you for allowing me the optometrist review your work I look forward to reading this book.


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