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Mirian❮Download❯ ➼ Mirian ➾ Author D.S. England – Varanus.us This station is responsible for protecting Mirian s market district You ll be dealing with theft, murder, violent gangs, angry shopkeepers, fires, drunks, lost cats and everything in betweenyou ll see This station is responsible for protecting Mirian s market district You ll be dealing with theft, murder, violent gangs, angry shopkeepers, fires, drunks, lost cats and everything in betweenyou ll see the best and worst of people You ll see enough blood to rival the city s busiest fish mongers and surgeons and there will be times you ll want to crawl into a hole or a bottle and not come out But if you can keep a keen eye on the man beside you and remember that in this district you follow my orders, not the Commander s, the Count s or the God s if you can handle all of that then I m happy to have youif not I m sure the Talon are looking for men Watch Captain Nathan TamFollow the overworked and underfunded City Watch as they endeavour to keep the port city of Mirian and themselves alive whilst competing against a vicious mercenary group to enforce a brutal crackdown on crime which forces a group of thieves to take whatever jobs they can to survive However unbeknownst to all, a new threat moves through the city s catacombs intent on transforming Mirian into a fetid grave for its inhabitants.

Paperback  ´ Mirian Epub µ
    Paperback ´ Mirian Epub µ Talon are looking for men Watch Captain Nathan TamFollow the overworked and underfunded City Watch as they endeavour to keep the port city of Mirian and themselves alive whilst competing against a vicious mercenary group to enforce a brutal crackdown on crime which forces a group of thieves to take whatever jobs they can to survive However unbeknownst to all, a new threat moves through the city s catacombs intent on transforming Mirian into a fetid grave for its inhabitants."/>
  • Paperback
  • 308 pages
  • Mirian
  • D.S. England
  • English
  • 15 February 2019
  • 1490480595

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    Paperback ´ Mirian Epub µ Talon are looking for men Watch Captain Nathan TamFollow the overworked and underfunded City Watch as they endeavour to keep the port city of Mirian and themselves alive whilst competing against a vicious mercenary group to enforce a brutal crackdown on crime which forces a group of thieves to take whatever jobs they can to survive However unbeknownst to all, a new threat moves through the city s catacombs intent on transforming Mirian into a fetid grave for its inhabitants."/>
  1. says:

    Thought it was a really enjoyable read Lots of intrigue, great characters and a great plot Am eagerly waiting for the next instalment, I need to know what happens next


  2. says:

    I was given a copy of Mirian in exchange for an honest review.Mirian is a city in turmoil Local cops called Watchmen struggle with keeping the peace while trying to work with the corrupt and brutal Talons hired hands brought in by the city s politician the Count to help The inner conflict between these two groups is nothing compared to the larger threat that looms at the Count s mansion and hospital Add in the wayward son of a Watchman and serial killer and you ve got some lovely pl I was given a copy of Mirian in exchange for an honest review.Mirian is a city in turmoil Local cops called Watchmen struggle with keeping the peace while trying to work with the corrupt and brutal Talons hired hands brought in by the city s politician the Count to help The inner conflict between these two groups is nothing compared to the larger threat that looms at the Count s mansion and hospital Add in the wayward son of a Watchman and serial killer and you ve got some lovely plot twists.Mirian is a compelling story right from the start It has a promising story line and characters that are easy to like or hate The characters are introduced while action presses forward, yet we still get a sense of back story for pre existing relationships Character interaction is where D.S England shines in this novel There are a few places where the plot stumbled in terms of realism even within the context of the fantasy stage the author set , but they were minor enough that you could overlook them in hopes that they will be addressed in book two I also struggled with grammatical issues, passive voice or awkward phrasing, and use of specific words or phrases that was so repetitive that it was distracting At the end of the book, there were parts of the story that are left hanging unanswered key plot concepts that deserved an answer and not a to be continued these missing pieces left me feeling a bit frustrated as I closed the final page For some, that may be the reason to buy book two, but for me, it was actually a detractor.That said, if you can stay out of the weeds of grammar and awkward language, this one is worth a read It s a 3.5 star book in my opinion decent plot and great characters dragged down by a distracting writing style and less than stellar editing My suggestion read for context and plot you ll connect to the characters and the plot without becoming bogged down in this novel s flaws I expect to read the second one too.Mirian


  3. says:

    A really good read, not the best but good Tried finding some info on the author..couldn t find much, only a facebook and twitter, no website though that may be because he has only just debuted But at any rate I will be following his updates and hoping to readin this series.The characters were well written and easy to fall in love with I did like that were no clear cut good guys vs bad guys I found myself warming to the individual characters and their life struggles rather than I wil A really good read, not the best but good Tried finding some info on the author..couldn t find much, only a facebook and twitter, no website though that may be because he has only just debuted But at any rate I will be following his updates and hoping to readin this series.The characters were well written and easy to fall in love with I did like that were no clear cut good guys vs bad guys I found myself warming to the individual characters and their life struggles rather than I will cheer for this guy because he is on a noble quest against evil it was refreshing to cheer for a person instead of their quest.Really like the city of Mirian and the state it is left in by the end of this first book, makes me want to keep reading although I m not sure about the use of To be continued but it doesn t detract from the experienceso long as it is continued soon as I must have answers Final thought this author is truly great at character interaction and the little touches of detail in the description made me really get a feel for the city Will keep an eye on D S England


  4. says:

    Great debut fantasy novel The city is described in such a way that it really does become a central character itself It s dark storyline is seamlessly interwoven with humorous banter and biting satire Can t wait for Englands next novel A must for any fans of the fantasy genre.


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    This is going to be a tricky review to write It s one of those that I have to break down into two parts theory and execution Theory, being the story itself, the plot, the characters, and the setting whereas execution is the actual writing.Theory, which I m also going to call the good stuff I liked this part of it.I thought the setting was interesting I wouldn t have minded a littleworld building in some details, mainly pertaining to history why things were as they were, but otherwi This is going to be a tricky review to write It s one of those that I have to break down into two parts theory and execution Theory, being the story itself, the plot, the characters, and the setting whereas execution is the actual writing.Theory, which I m also going to call the good stuff I liked this part of it.I thought the setting was interesting I wouldn t have minded a littleworld building in some details, mainly pertaining to history why things were as they were, but otherwise I got a good feel for the setting.The characters were reasonably relatable Cassie, as pretty much the only female character of note, didn t impress me as much as I d have liked but she was all right I d have liked to have seenfemales stronger female characters, or a good reason why they weren t there from the setting but it didn t bug me that much I would have liked the Harth Theal rationale at the very first to have been a little stronger, but again, didn t bother me that much A few other details here and there explained or strengthened, but nothing major And these things might have been there I might have missed them, for reasons explained in the execution section Generally speaking, the plot was interesting and moved along well The Husk thing was an interesting twist As it was to be continued, I can t speak to how the story wrapped up, since it, you know, didn t wrap up But I didn t mind that either Poor Clarke, though, that man has no luck Execution, which I m also going to call the not so good stuff This was my problem.This was a good story terribly hindered by its frame This was a book that clearly didn t see any editor, or if it did which is doubtful anyone that was willing to do to it what it needed It felt like a first draftthan a product ready for release, and that hindered what was otherwise good.I don t let basic proofreading issues affect my rating, but I do when it s big issues with the prose itself Sentence structure was muddied, so it was hard to follow along with what was being told at points It was a bit overwritten, especially in terms of dialog attributions and actions being over exaggerated There were a lot of excess words, it could ve benefited from streamlining as well as fixing passive voice at points PoV could be convoluted, though I think the author was going for Omniscient With some clean up, this would be clearer, too.The story was difficult to read because of this, so I may have missed points of the plot, though I think I got most of it.My inner editor was just bouncing all over in my head reading this story, because I could see that it was good and I just wanted to grab the text and wrestle it into form that would make the story shine rather than hide it.I would give the story a 4, but the prose a 2, so that settles an average of 3 I might read the sequel, because I am very curious, but I hope that it s a little easier to read


  6. says:

    Check out my blog to see Reviews of Books and Movies as well as Recipes and DIY projectsI received this book for free in exchange for a fair and honest review Mirian is written by D.S England It is book about the port city of Mirian and the people that reside there mostly The Watch, the mercenary Talon, and other various riff raff characters here and there England did a wonderful job of setting up the story, there is a lot of action going on and the the story definitely has a dark, almost d Check out my blog to see Reviews of Books and Movies as well as Recipes and DIY projectsI received this book for free in exchange for a fair and honest review Mirian is written by D.S England It is book about the port city of Mirian and the people that reside there mostly The Watch, the mercenary Talon, and other various riff raff characters here and there England did a wonderful job of setting up the story, there is a lot of action going on and the the story definitely has a dark, almost desperate tone The reader can connect with the characters and truly feel their struggle All main characters are well defined and described and I loved how there was a great all around view of events from many different points of view This was written with a great fluidity so that you did not feel lost with the change in view point Mirian definitely hits the ground running with instant intrigue and betrayal There are definitely many desperate moments, and also moments of singular character development and personal perseverance I definitely did not see the way the plague aspect was going to play out and thought that it was well imagined by the author I liked Seline the most, although she wasn t one of the main characters, and I liked to be in the mind of Theal, even though it came with many unexpected surprises The book does a great job of capturing the frantic situation that each character finds themselves in Captain Nathan Tam, definitely is a great example of an honorable man faced with a desperate time The main detracting forces for this story are the same as most books I have read of late Typos and grammar issues In addition there were also several formatting issues in the Kindle format where a sentence would stop in the middle and big up tabbed down in the beginning of a new paragraph Overall I thoroughly enjoyed this book despite the distractions I give the story a 4 5 stars, and would love to see a cleaned up version to earn the 5 stars this book can easily obtain Mirian ends with the intent on another installment into the series and left me with curiosity and yearning to know what is in the next story I will definitely be reading book two If you are into intrigue, betrayal, mystery suspense, action, character development, darker themed books, paranormal fantasy, than this book is definitely for you


  7. says:

    The premise seemed so promising, and at the start we are tossed into a battle which leads to the mystery that runs as a central theme of the book The characters spend most of their time running from one battle to another We barely learn of anyone s true motives, or what they really hope to accomplish until 3 4 of the way through.The setting is meant to evoke a fantasy world, but I was left feeling unsatisfied A few scenes I would feel hit the mark, but then other parts felt too modern Also, The premise seemed so promising, and at the start we are tossed into a battle which leads to the mystery that runs as a central theme of the book The characters spend most of their time running from one battle to another We barely learn of anyone s true motives, or what they really hope to accomplish until 3 4 of the way through.The setting is meant to evoke a fantasy world, but I was left feeling unsatisfied A few scenes I would feel hit the mark, but then other parts felt too modern Also, the dialogue is riddled with cliched, trite phrases, over used words, and the bizarre inclusion of whilst , which is at odds with the rest of the speech I can only surmise to try and make it feel fantasy and Medieval The mystery is never fully solved, nor explained, nor in fact, what the whole purpose of the main, naturally mysterious evil man s intentions are I struggled with my boredom, hoping it would get better, but it never did Also, for the love of good writing, please, please, please get a decent editor, and some beta readers before you publish again The potential was absolutely ruined, what should have been a good read instead failed I was left with the feeling the whole book would have been better off if it had been a first draft and not the final Clearly the author intends this to be a series, but it left me wandering where the real start of the series was


  8. says:

    This was not the book for me I gave it four stars because it was pretty well written, not because I personally liked it What really turned me off about the book was all the blood and gore, plus the fact that even the good guys were mostly only slightly good The whole book depressed me, so I won t be looking for any sequels.


  9. says:

    Loved it Clearly supposed to be an ongoing series given how it ends and I cannot wait The characters and conversations are so fresh and realistic it quickly made me feel and care for them The world was also a nicely done really felt the run down nature of the city.Lots of intrigue and twists looking forward tofrom this author


  10. says:

    For a first book, it s spectacular Well formed, multidimensional characters rub against the gritty and harsh world around them, to produce a thrilling and fantastical story that is so well grounded that you believe it wholly and completely Cannot wait for the next installment D.S England is one to watch.

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