The Wanderer Awakens

The Wanderer Awakens My name is Viktor Engel Warden and I m here to tell you that there s to this world than you might suspect There are things that slither and pass unseen through the night and it s my job to stop them

  • Title: The Wanderer Awakens
  • Author: Ken Lange
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Wanderer Awakens

    My name is Viktor Engel Warden, and I m here to tell you that there s to this world than you might suspect There are things that slither and pass unseen through the night, and it s my job to stop them But sometimes that s easier said than done Twenty years ago, I ended a nightmare that would ve brought the world to its knees I thought it was over but I was wrong.My name is Viktor Engel Warden, and I m here to tell you that there s to this world than you might suspect There are things that slither and pass unseen through the night, and it s my job to stop them But sometimes that s easier said than done Twenty years ago, I ended a nightmare that would ve brought the world to its knees I thought it was over but I was wrong The Cult of Fenrir has returned, and they re stronger than ever Now I m in a race to find the survivors of that day so I can stop them again Permanently If I get things wrong which I won t but if I do it might just bring about the apocalypse But, hey, no pain, no gain, and all that BS Right Yeah, I m not buying it either.

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    1. Montzalee Wittmann

      The Wanderer Awakens (Warden Global #1) by Ken Lange is a book I got to read in my email and the review is optional. The blurb and the first few pages were so awesome, I was really excited but then the book changed to a murder mystery. It was a horrible murder and it took almost 25% of the book before anything more supernatural happens again. It does it get better then. The action, mystery and plot are good. The last part of the book was quite good. I would give it a 3 1/2 star.

    2. Mike (the Paladin)

      Well crap.This looked like a good book. The idea was/is good, the synopsis looked greatdly the execution was less than wonderful.Let me first say that I bought the Audible edition. One problem here was the reader/narrator. He just didn't do a good job. I'm sorry Mr. May, maybe you've done better work, I don't know. This however was not a great job of reading. It came across as stiff at places with the emotions coming across (when it did come across) sounded forced. Had the narration been better [...]

    3. Steve Caldwell

      Most urban fantasy lately has been the usual wizard/mage/witch/warlock/druid, what have you detective/shop owner, etc protagonist. The Wanderer Awakens is not that book. In fact, its a pretty unique universe, which intersects fantasy, sci fi and a touch of Time travel and Norse mythology. Sound intriguing? It should, because this is one creative, not run of the mill book.Victor Warden is a leader in a secret society whose mission is to stop the forces of darkness from taking over the world. That [...]

    4. Elizabeth Robbins

      So, based on the author's recommended reading order, I read this book after reading Accension, which was well written urban fantasy. This story is written in the same world, and mentions some of the inhabitants of the other series, so it made sense. However, the origins of the characters came from an entirely different place than I expected! I was both surprised and amused by the references to classic sci-fi and mythology inherent here. While I initially was curious as to the choice of narrator [...]

    5. Mary

      I received a copy of this book to review after answering a Twitter request for people interested in reviewing an urban fantasy book that involved Norse Mythology. Well, of course I did, I was a fan of Thor, and I'd read about all the Norse myths back when I was a child. So when I started reading it, and found it wasn't about Thor and had no six legged horses I was initially a tad disappointed. I needn't have been.The book is written in the first person present tense which is a structure I strugg [...]

    6. Nervous Nellie Justice

      This is a contemporary fantasy, a lot of treachery, scary monsters and plenty of death and dismemberment. The dismemberment is fairly graphic so be sure to be prepared. There isn’t a cliffhanger, but the end will make you want to hop into the next book, which is not published yet, so pace yourself.I was so enthralled by this story that I whipped though it in no time flat. It was story to get lost in because the protagonist is exactly the kind of character I love to read. Viktor is snarky and s [...]

    7. Ken Lange

      Why do they even ask me to fill this out? I mean I loved it Of course, I wrote it but yeahIt's awesome No matter what I say here it sounds very self serving but read the book you'll love it.

    8. NotTheNorm

      The book was full of inconsitancies - main character lost his memory, but seems to remember just about everything, including how he's king/starborn/god only knows what. He's an alien, as far as I can figure out, but we're not told just how alien, because he's lost his memory. But as soon as his servant (for lack of a better word) shows up, he knows exactly how to interact with him. His daughter and ex-wife figure prominently, along with a cast of law enforcement officers. I'm not sure how old th [...]

    9. Underground Book Reviews

      If you like to read about wise-cracking, ass-kicking heroes going toe-to-toe with the fantastically monstrous, you wont go far wrong with The Wanderer Awakens. It’s a fast-paced, hard hitting supernatural adventure, with only a few elements that might make it unsuitable for YA audiences.Read the rest of the review at UndergroundBookReviews

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