The Lost One



[Reading] ➹ The Lost One By L.G. Pace III – E17streets4all.co.uk So what are you saying I m going to become a monster Or a god Questions have always surrounded Eric Green Orphaned as a baby, he s spent his childhood in and out of foster care Diagnosed with night te So what are you saying I m going to become a monster Or a god Questions have always surrounded Eric Green Orphaned as a baby, he s spent his childhood in and out of foster care Diagnosed with night terrors he has been rejected by dozens of families and is resigned that he would never have a real family Out of nowhere, he has been adopted by an elderly couple and feels on the verge of finally having everything he always wanted Before he can relax into his new life, his world is turned upside The Lost Epub / down Unexplainable abilities threaten his newfound happiness while a mysterious man from his past reveals the truth about who he isThrust into a shadowy war between humanity and an ancient magical race, the Sahae, Eric struggles to survive long enough to figure out where he fits into this new reality if a place exists for him at all.The Lost One

LGPace III has spent several decades pouring creative energy into other things besides writing He began his current journey by telling his two daughters bedtime stories about a magical realm and a hero named Terel Though that story is still sitting unfinished in the electronic universe he has managed to bring many other stories out of the dark maelstrom of his mind for others to enjoyHe dwells in the great state of Texas with his wife, novelist Michelle Pace and their children.

The Lost One Epub à The Lost  Epub /
  • Kindle Edition
  • 288 pages
  • The Lost One
  • L.G. Pace III
  • English
  • 02 April 2018
  • 0988941805

10 thoughts on “The Lost One

  1. says:

    The complete review is posted here Thoughts I really enjoyed this story and I m looking forward to reading the next book in the series Pace takes the idea of Fey like characters and changelings but expands it in a new direction by creating hybrids wanted by both species He manages to create a mythos for this species and their history with humans, but still ground the story in the action surrounding Eric This combination results in a a very co The complete review is posted here Thoughts I really enjoyed this story and I m looking forward to reading the next book in the series Pace takes the idea of Fey like characters and changelings but expands it in a new direction by creating hybrids wanted by both species He manages to create a mythos for this species and their history with humans, but still ground the story in the action surrounding Eric This combination results in a a very compelling story that left me wanting .At times the story didn t feel as modern as it was meant to, however The combination of the dialogue, the actions of the characters, and the way technology was presented and referenced felt a little old fashioned This attitude worked for the Greens, but didn t really feel authentic for the rest of the characters It wasn t a consistent issue, though, and it didn t really lessen my enjoyment of the story It was just something I noticed and found distracting in the moment.Characters Eric is a very sweet boy who is much less flawed than he could be considering his past He s special and powerful enough to make him interesting, but he doesn t verge into Mary Sue territory The reader is really rooting for him to survive and figure out his place.Martin is farsympathetic than any of the other Sahae He manages to maintain the superior attitude that seems to be the defining characteristic of the Sahae at this point in the story without being unlikeable in any way The Sahae in general are really neat characters, especially since they are so diverse Including technology as their weakness was a neat little detail that really added to the mythos around them.The way their magic is interpreted as something external is also very interesting and I hopeof this will be explored later Setting I really don t have much to say about how the setting was portrayed Aside from the brief descriptions of Sahae, the story could have taken place anywhere The presence of large amounts of technology was certainly important, but they were never really described in a way that was particularly striking With the exception of this extreme level of technology, the town in which Eric lives is very generic small town However, what little glimpses we got of Sahae really left me wantingI m hoping future books in the series will give usof a look at it.Writing Style Pace s style is very clear and almost formal at times However, though he doesn t use very flowery language, his writing is still very descriptive and the reader is able to really picture the scene He balances action, exposition, and dialogue very nicely, for a story that is smooth and engaging My only complaint would be that his formal style seems to extend to deeply into the dialogue It s often structured so properly that an English teacher would certainly be proud, but it doesn t read the way that people actually speak While it might work for the older characters, such as Mr and Mrs Green or Martin, it sounds unrealistic for the teenagers This is part of the issue that leads to the old fashioned feeling I previously mentioned

  2. says:

    The Lost One L.G Pace III Eric Green is an orphaned teen adopted at a late age in his life His world changes with this and soon he learns something new about himself.He is half human half half Sahae Sahae was Once the dominant species on the planet, but they fell from power and are now hunted as prey.There are some that are out to destroy Eric and some that want to use him to their advantage Then a mysterious visitor from his past surfaces to aide Eric he is faced with many obstacles, must The Lost One L.G Pace III Eric Green is an orphaned teen adopted at a late age in his life His world changes with this and soon he learns something new about himself.He is half human half half Sahae Sahae was Once the dominant species on the planet, but they fell from power and are now hunted as prey.There are some that are out to destroy Eric and some that want to use him to their advantage Then a mysterious visitor from his past surfaces to aide Eric he is faced with many obstacles, must come to terms with who he is and try to save himself so he can save the world.Fast paced fantasy adventure

  3. says:

    I enjoyed this book Looking forward to the next one It s nice to read something that s not just a repeat of other books out there.

  4. says:

    4.5 StarsEric has never really belonged anywhere Every foster family he has been with always send him back because of his night terrors Finally after giving up he suddenly finds himself with the Greens an older couple who accept him as he is Just when he is finally settling in it all gets ripped away when someone from his unknown past comes and tells him the truth about who and what he really is.Eric is a 15 year old boy who has made the best of a difficult situation He is super smart in som 4.5 StarsEric has never really belonged anywhere Every foster family he has been with always send him back because of his night terrors Finally after giving up he suddenly finds himself with the Greens an older couple who accept him as he is Just when he is finally settling in it all gets ripped away when someone from his unknown past comes and tells him the truth about who and what he really is.Eric is a 15 year old boy who has made the best of a difficult situation He is super smart in some ways and appears older than he really is and then you see him trying to talk to a girl and he s just a stumbling teenager I loved the contrast between it all Wise beyond his years he might have a bit of a temper but knows to keep it in check.As he learnsabout who he is he doesn t allow himself to get lost into that world, but remembers the things that are theimportant HE also sees things in ways others don t and it shows in his love of fixing things.The world created is interesting and I loved immersing myself in it, feeling like I was really there right along with the characters Learning as Eric did and feeling emotions when he felt them as well I read this one pretty much in one sitting because I just couldn t put it down Can t wait for the sequel

  5. says:

    Well written and very enjoyable I jumped into this book after getting a glimpse of Paladin, book 2, and though they don t need to be read in order, this did makethings make sense I m trying to think how to get through this review without giving much awayEric grew up going from foster home to foster home, never really finding his placethat is, until the Greens adopt him They give him what he never thought to hope for, a permanent family.The catch He isn t a regular human.An Abomi Well written and very enjoyable I jumped into this book after getting a glimpse of Paladin, book 2, and though they don t need to be read in order, this did makethings make sense I m trying to think how to get through this review without giving much awayEric grew up going from foster home to foster home, never really finding his placethat is, until the Greens adopt him They give him what he never thought to hope for, a permanent family.The catch He isn t a regular human.An Abomination, or hybrid, Eric now has to figure out how to hone his powers and not draw attention to himself All this needs to be done while going through the regular pitfalls of adolescence If you enjoy YA paranormal that isn t taking too far out of reality yeah, that sentence seems like a complete oxymoron then you will enjoy this book

  6. says:

    I must say that though it took me a bit to get into this story, to understand where it was headed, I m so glad I did not give up.Once I became immersed in this book, I had to finish, I had to find outabout Eric, Martin, the Green s and the town.I needed to know how the worlds connected, what was in those worlds This story kept me interested, kept me wondering And I needI really hope there is a second book coming, if not already out I have to know what happens next Book Worms Un I must say that though it took me a bit to get into this story, to understand where it was headed, I m so glad I did not give up.Once I became immersed in this book, I had to finish, I had to find outabout Eric, Martin, the Green s and the town.I needed to know how the worlds connected, what was in those worlds This story kept me interested, kept me wondering And I needI really hope there is a second book coming, if not already out I have to know what happens next Book Worms United received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All thoughts and opinions are mine, and mine alone.There are some formatting issues, and a few grammar mistakes, for that reason, along with initially not being able connect, I give this 4 stars

  7. says:

    Next book pleaseJust would like the next book please I stayed up all night reading the book I want to know what happens next.

  8. says:

    I LOVED this book can t wait for the sequel

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