Review: The Download by R. E. Carr

Publisher: Kindle

Publishing Date: May 2017

ISBN:

Genre: SciFi

Rating: DNF

Publishers Description: It’s not every day that your roommate accidentally teleports you across time and space, but Jennifer MacDonald is not having an ordinary day.  A chance encounter with a custom built computer and an ancient pyramid sends Jennifer to a faraway land with six warring civilizations and an ancient prophecy that has a visitor from the stars at its heart.  All she has to do is unseal one, measly, missing god. 

Review: I just could not get into the story line of this novel. Additionally the characters fell flat as they were relegated to this Larping style of discourse. I said that if I ever read about another character named “Kai” I was going to do something quite manic and drastic. So here we have a camouflaged “Kai” spelled Kei. Only now he is Lord fuking Kei.  This may be a better fit for the YA crowd and should be categorized as such.

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3 thoughts on “Review: The Download by R. E. Carr

  1. Lord Kei 😄
    So, I take Kai is a popular name in scifi?

  2. It seems in every YA fantasy novel these days with a tribangle.

    • Hahaha… oh my! Am reading a YA scifi novel myself at the moment.. and yeah, the ‘relationship drama’ is just… hilarious… I guess I’m getting too old for that fun and am looking more for gore and profanity and big bearded men with axes 😄

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