Monday, November 12, 2012
The Perigination of Bahltazar and the Phantom Rangers
Gustav Tootikian is the author of this book, and after reading it I am a little confused as to a few things. However I will plod along.
The book was not an easy read. I hate to begin to crass, however the authors writing style attempts to be dark and mysterious and it comes across instead as wordy and in some cases even odd. His concepts and things he goes into, in the book lack for flavor and depth as he has no real background leading up to the events and such.
Character development was poor in my opinion, there was just nothing there when it came to his characters, there was nothing to love, hate or root for. I tried hard to like them, but there just was nothing there. Grammar and puncuation was fine, and spelling was fine. However again, the language he uses is at times confusing, and you will need a dictionary to read this, as he does not a very good job at educating the reader about his subject.
Overall I see the concept he wanted to get across, but he failed on delivery. So this book gets a flat rating of...