The Altercation of Vira The people of Vira have long awaited the arrival of their lost princess Elve Legend has foretold a season of great change in the dawn of her return For the Maracans she brings the promise of fortifi

  • Title: The Altercation of Vira
  • Author: Kenechi Udogu
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The people of Vira have long awaited the arrival of their lost princess, Elve Legend has foretold a season of great change in the dawn of her return For the Maracans, she brings the promise of fortified control over their rival kindred For the Cefans, a glimmer of hope in an existence filled with oppression The only problem is their princess is eighteen year old Ama BrThe people of Vira have long awaited the arrival of their lost princess, Elve Legend has foretold a season of great change in the dawn of her return For the Maracans, she brings the promise of fortified control over their rival kindred For the Cefans, a glimmer of hope in an existence filled with oppression The only problem is their princess is eighteen year old Ama Brown, an ordinary girl living an ordinary life, who has no idea that she is about to be drawn into a world where an age old battle is brewing and nothing is quite as it seems.

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    1. First Thoughts:The concept and theme of the book was unique and interesting. Though I wouldn’t say this book was intense all the way through it did have its moments. And though I had a few problems with the whole organization of the book it did have some qualities that made it fun and good to read. Plot:I think the plot was okay though I had a few issues on how she organized the sequence of events; it would jump from scenes to roughly and sometimes without me even realizing it, therefore causi [...]

    2. I read this simply because I needed a U for the author's A-Z challenge this year. I am so glad I did though a real hidden fantasy gem. Worth the read.

    3. The Altercation of Vira is the story of Ama, whom I liked right away. Ama is on her way to a going-away party for her closest friend, Mel and his girlfriend Janet. She hasn't seen Mel in a few years since he moved to the big city and hooked up with Janet. Ama is driving to the city and thinking about her dislike for Janet when she nearly hits something that runs across the road. Her already ancient car gives up the ghost and she starts walking to find help. From there Ama ends up kidnapped (or s [...]

    4. Kindle Version (free via author for honest review)I must say that I found this book interesting, yet not all at the same time. I think it may have just not been my type of book. Ama is on her way to her friend Mel's house when her car breaks down and she seeks help at this old abandoned town. When she finds someone there she is kept in the town and eventually is taken to another land where she is told she is a princess who was sent away to be saved, but now must come back to rule the land becaus [...]

    5. The Altercation of Vira is about a young woman named Ama who was kidnapped, and soon discovers she's the kingdom of Vira's hidden princess, Elve. Vira is a kingdom placed in an alternate world, in which two tribes have a centuries old feud for control. While everything in Ama's world changes (she discovers her mom's alive but enduring a curse that will kill her in a matter of days), her friend Mel is frantically searching for her, not knowing that Ama will never be the same as when she crossed t [...]

    6. I really don't think I would have handled this situation with as much grace as Ama did but then I'm glad I wasn't in her situation because freak out mode would've begun and never finish. To say that I enjoyed "The Other Slipper" much more than "The Altercation of Vira" would be an understatement. I liked parts of this book but as a whole it as ok for. The reason behind it might be because I felt it a bit bland. I mean the adventure was definitely there but Ama's voice didn't really get me hyped [...]

    7. The premise of this book sounded very promising and I thought there would be a lot of the fantasy elements I really enjoy in this type of story. I was hoping it would grab me and pull me in to an alternate world of magical powers and epic battles of good against evil. Unfortunately, this didn't happen as much as I wanted it to.The book started off a bit slow and nothing much happened for a while. Ama seemed to accept her kidnapping with remarkable composure and aplomb and didn't appear to be all [...]

    8. Did I enjoy this book: I texted Chrissy three pages in to complain about the grammar. The story wasn’t bad, though, so I kept reading. I thought there’d be a payoff for ignoring the passive voice, improper semicolon use, misspelled words (UGH), and serious over-use of colloquialisms. I thought wrong. Mid-book things took a turn for the weird – like, trapping the main character in a room with her dead mother for three weeks weird – and I’m pretty sure I read the rest of the book with a [...]

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