Rainbow Arc of Fire: Autumn Saga
A super-powered couple accidentally unleashes a flood of monsters on an unsuspecting city.
I wish I could have liked this book, but I found myself bored silly by it. The book was written in an extremely simplistic style generally found in books written by kids '...and then he did this, and then he did that, and then...' There was no character development, no exploring of motivations and no type of atmosphere developed. The characters were one-dimensional and the plot was as linear as you could get.
The main characters have been imbued with fantastic powers, but they don't explore what this means about them or the world. A Wiccan ceremony brings forth a bunch of monsters, one of which kills a person. But instead of this causing the characters to question what this says about the nature of reality, they see this as something that would make a great Halloween party. Luckily the monsters are cowed by telling them to behave.
I can only assume that this is a vanity press publication.
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