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Summary

Contains books one and two of Solar King: Uniting the Twelve Zodiacs.

Taurus, book one

At the age of 18, Bo Wingman was full of hope, eager to soar in the sky as a member of the United States Air Force. But when he was involved in a terrible accident that cost his two best friends their lives, everyone in town blamed him for it - and it was hard not to believe them. All that was left to do was leave town, change his identity, and start a quiet, tortured life working in an underground mine.

One day at work, he is approached by a captivating scientist who knows about his past - and knows far more uncanny things than that. She coerces him into coming with her to a secret lab. She believes that an intergalactic civilization visited earth in eons past and left behind a powerful artifact that’s key to bridging the stars. She also believes that Bo is not an ordinary, nameless mine worker. She believes he is the solar king.

The only problem is, for as bright as Bo's power burns, the darkness of space is endless. It contains horrors that could destroy planet Earth entirely or doom it to an even darker fate.

Leo, book two

Together with his Zodiacs, the Solar King has defeated Chimera, the giant alien horror that would have destroyed the city of Lagos, and possibly far more. He’s begun exploring the unique Kosmic relationship that he has with the warrior goddesses known as Zodiacs, and he has learned that there are 10 more somewhere in the galaxy, waiting for him to find them.

Bo travels to another dimension called Aether, where he learns how to upgrade his Colossus, how to raise its stats, and even how to combine with his Zodiacs’ colossi. But he must hurry, as a Kosmic threat is looming, and he still does not realize that something from his past is about to throw off his entire plan of saving the galaxy.

Warning: Solar King features city-crushing battles, mystical unions through physical passion, harem relationships, and a monarch coming into his own power. For adults only.

©2020 Marco Frazetta (P)2020 Podium Audio

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  • 22-09-20

DNF

Stuff just happens. Might have been good if the Author slowed things down, give a little time for character development, more info about the world. reduced the length of fight scenes, added more progression/training/growth instead of STRAIGHT INTO POWER RANGER ACTION DEATH FIGHTING for +1 hour.

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  • Lee
  • 02-10-20

Hard pass on this one

Story development felt rushed. There was barely any time building the character. It almost felt like the book started halfway through the story Narration is painfully ridiculous. Character sounds like he is constantly doing a horrible impersonation of william shatner. And who pronounces "crackling" as "cwackling"? Nope. The whole thing seems like it could use more polishing. The idea is cool but the execution of said idea misses the mark completely

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  • Marcus
  • 05-10-20

So good and yet so bad

Great concept and the writing is decent enough but at times it’s incredibly frustrating. Right off the bat the author confuses ravishing with ravaging at least twice. This is totally anime and if you like that “hero constantly loses until he discovers the power within himself” type of frustration (IMO) or at least don’t mind it then check this out. I will definitely check out future books to see if the story gets better (and the author) and hopefully there will be less cheesy dialogue (and learns to use anatomical names). Narrators helped me make it to the end. I honestly don’t know how they did it with some of the things the idiot MC says. So awful unless you like that in anime, then it could appeal to you.

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  • Steven McMasters
  • 13-10-20

Not bad But....

The narrators do a good job with what they are given. the sad truth is the sometime juvenile material that make the MC sound like a bad Saturday morning cartoon character. seriously this could be a good series. Loose the cringe worthy dialogue that pops up way too often and the whole calling out your moves trope. Those are the two things dragging this down. Hoping these are fixed in future books as I will check out the next in the series but if it still falls into the same as these first two... well then that is where this series will end for me. Jessica and Christopher keep up your awesome narration I look forward to more from you guys.

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  • Sam Khablawi
  • 12-10-20

Waste of money!!!!!

I know writing isn't easy, but man, this sucked, you can tell the story is based on Japanese storylines with a main character who focuses on how attractive a person is and lead by his smaller head. really a disappointment. The supposed trained scientists and their strong leader juilet goes from confident to frantic teenager in a matter of one event then the Bo goes from unsure a skeptical to a powerful warrior because of a ring and then his personality changes to that of a pompous knight

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  • arthur
  • 30-09-20

power rangers

ya this was power rangers. I did make it through all of it and for the story it is its very good, save a couple of times when why they didn't do X. that said power rangers is not my thing

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  • John
  • 25-09-20

Set the book down early.

This book sounded cool but I could not make it past an hour. MC is blackmailed and coerced into following a stranger who is threatening to ruin his life and any time he looks at her all he can think is how beautiful she is. I also feel its kind of odd that she starts talking about aliens and he is just like "okay cool" without even a hint of skepticism. I actually think this might still be a cool book and if I do continue it another time I will edit my review but for now the book will remain slightly disappointing.

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  • kevin
  • 25-09-20

mecha for 18+ only

this felt like a Japanese anime where they have to call out their attacks only its missing the slice of life/character development part or its lacking, lacking just like 2 different series of the author I tried sketch and wolf blade both just lacking.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 24-09-20

to much combat not enough story

it feels like power rangers with the same depth. could be a great story but I wound up skipping most of book 2 cause its all combat except for about 30 minutes everything else is fighting. I need character development story progression. the twist was actually good in book 2 but its constant fighting. I need more than action

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  • Donald
  • 23-09-20

Great concept, but.....

I really tried to like this, but I think I got caught by the cover art. The narrators did a excellent job, I believe the author has a sound concept, but I had a hard time with the second book and the traps. Not going into detail due to giving the story away. It’s a fast paced book, maybe too fast. I keep thinking The Hero with a thousand faces and would recommend the author read it. Great ideas just to much too fast.