“Romantic A Game: A New Novel by Rand Orlen” by Christopher Golden is another exciting fantasy novel. The premise is simple enough and that is, a young woman named Ariel lives in a small town called Oaks. She has a younger brother called Sebastian who is considered by many to be her child. One day, Ariel receives a letter from her deceased brother promising her that he will get her the inheritance that their family came to know as the Golden Gate.
The Golden Gate is a gateway to another world, one ruled by magic. Ariel must travel into this world to retrieve her inheritance. But this isn’t easy as she must first deal with her own tragic past. This book keeps you guessing until the very end. At the end, I wanted to find out what happens after Ariel gets the Golden Gate.
Golden Gate was created by author Christopher Golden and is the third book in his Parched Earth series. In this book, he does not write about the usual fantasy quests and heroics. Instead, he writes about aspects of life that we might not usually think of as ‘romantic’. He brings to light some of the everyday problems that most of us face that can lead us to places we’ve never been before.
The story starts when Ariel’s grandmother sends her on a trip to the west. While she is supposed to bring gifts for her coming of age, Ariel instead takes a detour to see the world through the eyes of an older man. We learn more about Ariel’s past, as well as the circumstances of her murder. This book reminds me a bit of Watership Island, although it differs in that there are no mermaids or magic.
Most of the book is set in modern day California. It includes present day Los Angeles. One thing that many of the people like about Golden’s books is that he draws on real life locations for the settings. This is true with most of his other novels, but is especially true in this one. In fact, I’m sure that some people would be surprised at how much location is actually depicted in this novel.
The storyline is brief, but it’s riveting from start to finish. It also includes a great number of twists and turns. Some of the book’s scenes are realistic, while others are exaggerated just to make the plot more exciting. However, most of the book is realistic, and that’s what really makes people like it.
Of course, the main character of the book is Rand, who is a former young boy who is now a man. He is very different from the boy he used to be. Although he still loves his family and wants to be a part of everything that is going on, it seems like he has less energy. This is probably because he is so different, and his life has become so routine.
In addition to a fast-moving storyline, this book also includes excellent graphics. Graphics are always an important part of a book, whether they’re for the plot or to enhance the reader’s experience. This book has outstanding graphics, and it will keep most people reading. It’s a must-read book for anyone who loves to read books, and especially for people who love to read fantasy books.
Another interesting aspect of this book is that it was written at a time when Rand was in the midst of an almost thirty-year war. In doing so, he was able to write about things that many people may never have considered. Although he was putting his own thoughts onto the page, he also was sharing his experiences while serving his country. It’s a great read for anyone who served during the war.
Rand to Kes also takes the reader on a journey to some places that are not usually visited by travelers, such as Australia and Russia. While many of us go to these locations on vacations, it can be quite a bit different visiting them for a book. They provide the scenery and background for the characters in this novel, and this allows the reader to become more involved in the story. It also provides some insight into the culture of those areas, which is fascinating to read about. It can help to give one a deeper understanding of the people who are visiting the place.
There are some typos and grammatical mistakes throughout the book, but for the most part it’s an enjoyable read. If you enjoy adventure, politics, and adventure, then this is the book for you. It also has a great ending. The cover art is simply superb.