Review of Champions: At Fire’s End
I was given this book for an honest review. This is the first book by Charlotte Jain that I have read. She seems to be a good writer with a great imagination into the Greek mythology world.
With that being said, I did not particularly like this book. I do like some of the Greek Gods stories. But this one was difficult for me to read. The story started off really slow for me. I had a hard time keeping my attention on the book. I was really confused in the beginning. I felt like there was a big piece of the story missing. Which caused my confusion. About halfway through the book the story picked up some and gained some action, which in turn gained my interest better. The book was more interesting in the end than the beginning. The ending was a little sad, though kind of devious.
Charlotte has a great story her, but I felt she did not execute it well. I felt there were too many holes in the beginning that left me lost. I don’t think that I will continue with the series though. If you like the Greek God type of fantasy genre, then you may enjoy this book. It just isn’t for me.
You can buy it here on Amazon for $2.99 or free on KU I give this book 3 Stars.
Seventeen-year-old best friends, April and Kyle, are thrown into the final battle of the Titan and Olympian war. Locked into an endless struggle, the Immortals have finally reached a solution – bestow mortal Champions with control over the elements to wage their final campaign.
Bestowed with control over fire and water, April and Kyle were raised by Immortals with a single purpose – win the war. After finally uncovering the remaining Champions’ identities, April and Kyle must launch themselves into their final battle for survival. Winner takes all. But the Immortals are growing restless, and time is running out.