Nightblade: The First Theft (Nightblade Episodes Book 1) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-05-29 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 260 user ratings

"This is quite frankly a masterpiece. I cant wait to read the rest of Garrett Robinsons work. He's helped to inspire me to publish my very own book on amazon as well. If Mr. Robinson could give my story, Nightingale Pt. 1, a read over and review, then i would be honored." said.

"I struggle to call Nightblade a novel. I feel as if I have purchased the first chapters of a long book, not a full length novel. Nightblade ends almost as quickly as it begins which made both the world and the characters in it difficult to believe in. Every relationship felt superficial, black and white with no interesting dynamics. The main character's parents acted in inexplicable ways simply to move the plot along the author's desire path. The meeting with Xain was stiff and rocky, an echo of the poor dialogue throughout the "book". Perhaps I would have felt differently if the novel had been longer. Loren had the potential to be a great heroine but her story was snuffed before it ever started and her character alone was not strong enough for me to want to continue.
2 out of 5 stars
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"Took a break from reading Seveneves and tore through this book. The main character is compelling, and I am rooting for her. Really great writing, and I'm looking forward to reading the second episode." said.

"Cool book! I don't normally read books of this type, but the characters and setting were into detail, and the main character, Loren, introduces some thing different for female protagonists." said.

"I bit slow and I'm not a big fan of the writing style. A 10 to 12 year old might like this." said.

"NIGHTBLADE: FIRST THEFT by Garrett B. Robinson follows the story of Loren, a young girl pursuing the vocation of a master thief with nothing but a romantic idea, naive confidence in her almost non-existent abilities, and a mysterious dagger. She is beleaguered on all sides, facing everything from the small meanness of the constabulary to the true evil of charming, self-absorbed, breathtakingly-destructive villains. Betrayed by supposed allies and reluctantly accepting help where offered, Loren forces herself meets every challenge with an indomitable spirit, incurring the inevitable injuries that comes with battles between innocence and evil. 

Robinson has created a remarkable character in Loren and has not skimped on his large cast of her friends and foes. Every player comes alive, a complex mix of humanity aching for goals that parallel or conflict with Loren's own.
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