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The Empire sees her as their Crown Princess, returning at long last. Across the sea is a man who holds the keys to deciphering her premonitions and thwarting the ancient evil ravaging their world. Having forsaken her crown for a chance to save her family and the world, Vi Solaris washes up on the shores of Meru. She's wounded and barely alive.
But Vi's fight for survival is only just the beginning. As a princess in a foreign land, everyone is after her. The pirate queen Adela wants to sell her to the evil elfin'ra. The Twilight King wants to use her to settle an old score. And, perhaps most dangerous, there is the scheming Lord of the Faithful who sees her as an opportunity to further consolidate his power. Air Awakens: Vortex Chronicles 3 books in series. Vortex Visions Summary. Powers that might well cost her the throne. Book 1. I am just enamored with this series because it's so different to every other book out there!
The space battles, the very real issues it deals with while at the same time not taking itself too seriously, the enemies, the friends, the lovers and the enemies. It's all a huge web of fantastic that I cannot wait to revisit. It's also a very good read for BOYS. So yes, I recommend everyone picks up this series before the media takes note and it becomes this huge thing. Be one of the cool kids, and read Insignia.
And if this argument doesn't work with you just know that it's world will enthrall you and you won't be able to stop thinking about it for days after it's over. I am still thinking about it, and I read it weeks ago. View all 6 comments. Oct 26, Experiment BL rated it it was ok Shelves: science-fiction , young-adult , dystopian-apocalyptic , reviewed.
I thought after the events of book 1 Tom would learn his lessons and be cautious and prudent in book 2. No character growth. No lessons learned. Dude was fucking TSTL. They were bad people so I understood the reasons for his flippant attitude but that was no excuse to go and shake the fucking beehive. Tom wanted to become an Intrasolar Combatant and fight epic battles among the stars, yet every single action of his showed otherwise.
Dude was unbelievably self-destructive. I was frustrated at how Tom never considered what it really meant to be a Combatant or realized the great depth of his hypocrisy if by some godforsaken miracle he does become one. To become a Combatant meant to become a pawn of the bad guys and perpetuate the corruption, oppression, and everything that is wrong with society and the world.
For someone who helped his father swindle, no matter if their targets were bad guys, Tom had little right criticizing others for swindling themselves. Yes, those people were evil capitalists, but that just meant they were swindlers of a much higher level. The point is that Tom was no paragon of righteousness yet he acted as if he was much to my irritation.
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He thought he could just head-butt his way towards his goals. Tom failed to practice vital discretion with his technopathy because if people found out about his very rare ability he would get a one-way ticket to the laboratory. He never once thought to train his ability and use it to survive and get the upper hand.
For instance, if he thought to use his technopathy for espionage, many bad things could have been easily avoided. So fucking easily. Tom acted with no consideration of the consequences whatsoever, impulsive as fuck. He ignored countless pieces of advice and warnings, common sense be damned. He was so insufferably TSTL that when one of the bad guys made good on his death threat I felt no pity.
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Of course, they were nowhere near problematic as Tom. He had no purpose other than showing up very conveniently to show Tom the errors of his ways and simultaneously show the readers how dystopian and shitty the world was.
Elliot underwent a sudden change of personality for a dramatic scene towards the end. The scene was supposed to be this gleam of light in the dark, designed to bring a sense of hope to the story so the readers would believe things could change for the better. Heather was self-interested, self-empowered, and a sexual character, and for these qualities she was inflicted with a Madonna-whore narrative complex.
As one of the prominent female characters with Wyatt and Medusa, Heather was the one with the sex appeal and sexual interests, and she alone was made out to be a bitch. Blackburn was one of the bad guys, a mad scientist trope. I found it very odd how things between him and Tom were, for the most part, drama-less. I expected the two to duke it out after what happened in book 1. Instead, I saw Blackburn helping out Tom a few times. The fuck? Has a loose screw.
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The guy should be trying to get Tom on a lab table to be prodded, poked, and vivisected. Last but not least, I wish there was more nuances to the evil capitalist bad guys. She was one of the few characters who would be the least likely to make a stupid mistake and get killed. Quite pitiful the cast. I liked General Marsh because he was a dimensional character. I saw him as a good guy despite the bad things he did. Whether readers like him or hate him, at least someone was doing something to change the world, something that was actually productive. I wished the book featured more of General Marsh.
His appearances were very few for someone who was an important character. In Conclusion I rate Vortex 2-stars for it was okay. Despite the aggravation that was Tom, the book was engaging. I liked the science fiction elements and the world building.
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This was an amazing second instalment of the series. View all 12 comments. Shelves: humor , science-fiction , young-adult , my-favorites , dystopian , series , inspirational , ugly-sobbing , badass-heroine , romance. This was me reading Vortex This was me reading Vortex Can't wait to read the next one! View 2 comments. Nov 22, Alice Cai rated it it was amazing Shelves: 5-star , 4-starstar. Summary of this series.
Tom Raines is the main character. The setting takes place mainly in The Spire which is pretty much a VR boarding school. Funny and very character driven series which I realized more after reading this 2nd book. Wow the ending was so good. Tom is awesome as always.
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I took a long time to read this because I keep having to stop because of schoolwork. Tip to anyone who sees this revi 4. Tip to anyone who sees this review try to binge this series or at least read each book in large chunks at a time because it always takes like 6 pages to get back into each time which really slowed my progress in picking it back up to read. At all. Have you noticed that? Tom constantly screws Medusa over it's pretty terrible. The best moment with Tom and Wyatt was when they were sitting together peeling the apple.
That was so cute. I thought the pacing for this one was better than the first book, but for some reason I love the first book way more. This book felt a bit to repetitive of the first one which ruined the book a tiny bit. Like all the scenarios are different, but there were too many similar parallels in my opinion.
Like how in this book there was an ice torture scene and in the first book there was a census device torture scene.