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Really a F2P friendly and amazing android game overall! interface and commands are very smooth, no lagging or hanging time. The android game graphics and artworks are beautiful and you can actually unblock and purchase the characters with in game currencies you can obtain through missions. Also look like you can upgrade stuff and heroes just with the materials obtained in game, so no duplicate stuff or heroes required. Paying will just speed up operations but you can obtain everything also as a free player. Combat system is kind of new, well implemented and very strategic requiring you to give orders in advance planning the moves of your characters that will then war according to that. Totally recommended! Would be nice to have maybe a true time pvp as well, were you can give orders to the squad responding to other players decisions.
I do like the game, it is fun and interactive. But im not toi sure about the conditions heross after lvl 20. According to what i understand, your heroes will become weakened if you hold using the same heroes. . . Ughh i like focusing on the champs i like, not switching heroes. So we will see. J really do hope they take out condition, it will create a lot of players quit, i can see that already.
About an hour in so far and loving it Its full of small info that really come together and create it shine. The dialogue is well written and modernized. Combat so far is surprisingly deep and allows a lot of dozens anf control. The war camera feels cinematic. So far I'm loving it so much. Hope the monetization isn't egregious but even so. Its amazing
Right now the android game is now getting stuck at the title screen when it goes to load achievements... and I just bought one of your happening packages. I uninstalled and reinstalled the application and it still happening. I like the android game but if it can't be fixed I'd like my cash back for the pack I bought. Plz allow me know something... and I went on your FB page followed the steps and still
The android game is very good. But it loses 2 stars for not having a rush/blitz or autocombat/skip feature for rerunning stages. I realize the android game has a tactical component. But once you have 3 starred a mission you have proven you have a strategy to beat it. Forcing you to run through it over and over manually just pointlessly wastes true life time. And to me that is a far more precious resource than any in android game energy.
Worst generic android game just watch no playing.Everyone reads this, the people whos gives this android game a 5 star are idiots who wouldn't know a amazing android game if it smacked them in the ry absolutely [email protected]#$% guide can't restart the android game to obtain amazing gacha gear because even if u play as guest you for some @#$%!&? reason hold your account.
Finally there is a android game that does not have an auto feature. I hold playing games that are willing to take cash ,but offer not enjoyment. This android game offers enjoyment. I'm glad it does not have an auto feature. This android game has an actual tactic to win. I love it
[Latest update] Contacted customer support, no response. The recent modernize f**ked up my acc and i have to restarteverything. I had 10500 gems in my old account. Please refund my RM10 for my purchases. My old acc is Lunathea. I already deleted and reinstalled 3 times.
The android game claims to be a tactical game, and it's partially true. But the devs have introduced something called conditions. Your heroes cycle through a range betweenexcellent and not good conditions. When their condition is neutral, bad, or terrible, no matter the skill CD, they don't use them. This takes away from the tactical android game part. You place together a team, choose gear that complements the fighters, and then... Condition is negative. How to counteract poor conditions? Buy potions! This entire mechanic seems to only serve to create the devs richer, and adds nothing but nuisance to the android game experience. On the plus side, you can obtain all heroes if you are patient enough. But you would have to wait for years to obtain where someone who pays for loot boxes gets to. And the in android game currency is preposterous expensive! Again, devs are doing a cash grab that is very shameless. The android game just had its worldwide launch, its actually very nice, and I hope devs can restrict their shameless lust for cash and enhance the game experience by not making players feel like cash bags. I'm satisfied to support a game, and I've already supported this android game by ingame purchases. But please... There are limits. And if you create me feel like a cash bag, I have less and less reason to come back.
Slightly spoilerishAfter eleven years missing, Kate returns home with a newborn baby. Her husband Scott, now married to Meredith, wants the old Kate back. Abbi, only five when her mom disappeared, just wants to know her mother. The mystery of Kate’s missing eleven years haunts everyone.I didn’t have fun WHEN SHE RETURNED as much as most of Lucinda Berry’s novels. Of the three narrators, Abbi was the only one I enjoyed. Vulnerable, yet strong, the teen loved and supported her mother unconditionally. I empathized with Meredith, but not her tactics. She was in such a difficult position, but waffling between martyr and jealous suspicion didn’t work for me. Kate’s chapters present how she ended up where she was and why she stayed. I understand the psychology of Stockholm Syndrome, cults and brainwashing, but couldn’t connect with her. If she has received more comprehensive psychological counseling aimed at her healing rather then the police/FBI investigation the outcome might have been better.I did not have fun Kate’s Then chapters and the descriptions of abuse in the cult and skimmed over some of that. While important to understanding the circumstances and not gratuitous, I’m familiar enough with what goes on that I didn’t need the specifics.I hated the ending of the book, not just plot-wise, but the abruptness. When I’m expecting more and turn the page to search the story is over, the book feels incomplete.WHEN SHE RETURNED isn’t a poor book. I like Berry’s word building, she’s quite readable. The story just didn’t work for me.
Eleven years ago, Kate Bennett vanished from a parking lot leaving behind her husband & young daughter. She disappeared with her keys in the ignition & her handbag on the passenger seat; no sign of a struggle. Now, she's come back. And, she has a newborn with her. They're heading to the hospital to meet her. Where's she been & what has she been doing for the past 11 years? How is it possible she's been alive all this time?Kate's in a state of severe trauma. She's been isolated from society for years & she has no idea how much time has passed. She's suffering from severe dehydration & she's severely malnourished. She gave birth 7 weeks ago. She never received any care before or after delivery. She hasn't received any medical or dental care for at least 5 years. It looks as if she was systematically tortured over an extended period of time. Her body is covered in burns & scars. She looks so fragile & frail. She startles easily. Communication with her is difficult, given what she's been through. She shows all the classic signs of someone who's been indoctrinated & brainwashed.Her husband (Scott) has remarried. He met Meredith in a bereavement help group. They were mates & strictly platonic, for years. Ten months ago, they created it official down at the courthouse. Meredith has no idea what she's supposed to do with a traumatized cult survivor who is also her husband's former wife.Kate has spent the latest decade immersed in a cult with an extremely charismatic leader whom she had very powerful feelings for. She was punished whenever she thought for herself or did anything considered wrong. And, she was isolated from any other viewpoints. But, they didn't take her. She left her 5 year old daughter & her husband voluntarily. Kate had gone willingly. She left on her own. No one kidnapped her.Kate & her baby (Shiloh) come to live with Scott, Meredith & Abbi in order to give her a safe put to obtain through whatever process she has to go through. Meredith walks into the kitchen around 4 in the morning & finds Kate on the phone with someone. Kate denies it, even after she's been caught red-handed. There was no mistaking the sound of hushed whispering coming from the kitchen. While they test to support Kate integrate into society, she betrays their trust once again putting Abbi's life in danger.I know, I've posted a lengthy detailed review. But, there's SO much more I haven't divulged. This is an intense psychological thriller.
Lucinda Berry does it again! Her ability to obtain inside the head of the reader is amazing. This book follows the tale of a woman escaping a cult after 11 years and returning to her family. Her husband and daughter had thought her dead and started a fresh family with another woman. When the woman turns up alive, the husband decides to bring her into their home. This is where all the troubles begin. An outstanding read. Highly recommended!!!!
Boy, I hope this streak of reading so-so books quits soon. I think I'm going to go with my gut feeling from now on and avoid the books that obtain high stars. The wife, Kate, goes missing from a parking lot eleven years ago, leaving behind her husband, Scott, and young daughter. When she shows up at a Montana gas station, clutching an infant and screaming for help, investigators believe she may have been abducted by a cult. In those missing years, Scott has remarried to Meredith. So Kate's reappearance throws her family into turmoil, exposing dark secrets and the hidden, often devastating truth of family relationships. I didn't dislike this book nor did I love it. I just was expecting more from it.
Lucinda Berry has quickly become one of my favorite authors. I read this book in one sitting and was riviere the entire time. I highly recommend this book. Other unbelievable books by Berry are Appetite for Innocence, Phantom Limb and Missing Parts. She is a master at psychological thrillers and never fails to engage you from beginning to end.
As soon as I read that Lucinda Berry had a fresh novel out, I went straight to Amazon and bought the Kindle version. I didn’t need to see reviews first because I’ve enjoyed all of Berry’s books; I know I’ll slip down the rabbit hole on the first page and not wish to place it down. Her fresh thriller “When She Returned” is no exception. Ms. Berry is a psychologist who specializes in trauma and this is a theme throughout her novels, including “When She Returned.” The main hero returns home after having been missing for a lot of years. Nothing is what it seems. You’ll stay up all night reading this one.
Review:On the outside this potentially looks like another recipe for an irritating heap of illogically established suppressive regime topped with a unique snowflake unexplainably [email protected]#$% heroine dystopia overdramatic annoyance. The Real match trope and the surprisingly positive reviews, however, created me pick to book up and, I’m a person who’s not afraid to admit when she’s wrong, I ended up really loving this story. I guess, it has something to do with the fact that it’s not 100% dystopian, it’s walks the line, but the historical aspects, being heavily slanted towards sci-fi and the charming romance part had me forgetting that it does share some traits with my most disliked YA genre.I actually really liked the heroine, Kaia, yes, she created some selfish and questionable choices, but they were all in the scope of believable and even reasonable in her state of mind, considering all the suspiciousness in the academy, unexplainable occurrences and people close to her acting all hush-hush and making extremely questionable decisions. Plus, she was a rebel at heart and I appreciated it not coming across as forced, breaking some rules kind of came naturally to her and worked well with the setting. Her taking action, being bold and not this goody goody girl whose transactions are totally out of character, were things I enjoyed about her. I’m also truly surprised that I didn’t search her face-palm-worthy in any scene, even when she created capital om other characters, I was intrigued by Kaia’s brother Jonah, the actual and initial rebel in the family, and to deepen my impatience to know more, my questions didn’t end up finding answers to the mystery of what he was really up to, at least not in the first book. Kaia’s other mates were kind of just there and for plot purposes only, at the moment, but I guess they will be given actual noticeable characteristics along in the series. Oz, the Real companion of one of Kaia’s friends, was the inspiration for Katy Perry’s song “Hot and Cold,” because that’s how he came across, at least from Kaia’s perspective, I’m, however, in no method whining, because he was a total rubrics cube, intriguing and addicting, but frustrating all the same. As with Jonah, I wasn’t fully clear on what he is really up to and with whom does he actually e romance between Kaia and her Real match, the already over two thousand years dead Egyptian soul mate, was somewhat fairy tale-like, a tragic one, but fairy tale nonetheless. Even though, technically, their love story felt superficial and too insta-love, emotionally, it didn’t feel unreal and out of the blue. There was something natural about their connection, despite the low amount of short meetings, more kissing than talking and the humongous time and culture difference. There wasn’t much development for his character, though the author tried quite admirably to flesh him out, but it didn’t bother me since he was supposed to be this dream guy and tragic love interest. And knowing too much might tarnish the fantasy. To be totally honest, I actually rooted for another guy…Beware that this book ends with a gasp-worthy cliff-hanger, which I kind of suspected, because the subject in question had so a lot of info off, that there was bound to be something very smelly fishy there. And voila, the end revelation filled the gaps in my suspicion, then again, it in turn was responsible for creating a million more. Oh, well, I can’t complain, because I’d gladly read more from this e globe made for the story was excellent, the world-building was detailed, created sense, at least, when not diving in too deeply (then it didn’t, of course, anymore, to some degree) and, overall, wasn’t too crowded with info or difficult to grasp and fall into due to being too foreign or illogical in its base concept. The mystery of what shady dealings were going on in the academy and amongst the historians, unfolded very effectively, holding the tension high, and I was kept guessing with Kaia till the picture was created cleared bit by bit. The notion of one’s Real match, however, pegged some questions, like how do they have the DNA of every living persona who has ever been born, but I found the idea quite romantic, entertaining and possessing a large potential for epic star-crossed or real eternal happiness love, so I tried not to nit-pick.I was quite impressed by how authentic the historical info and backgrounds came across. Instead, as a lot of other YA authors opt to do, the story showed and didn’t tell. The far back in time events, locations and people felt true in the context of the book and I got the impression that the characters actually were in a time long before their own, not just told that and having to unquestionably believe that it’s so. Info snippets about the weather, air, clothes, buildings, politics, etc, were enough to successfully create me convinced about the exotic and historical locations, without falling to the black hole of too technical and descriptive. There has to be more than just saying the story takes put here or there, eg. with Paris as the setting, several authors I’ve read, simply mention the Eiffel Tower, and that is deemed sufficient to create the reader feel it, but more elaborate writing and appropriately made atmosphere has to be there to enforce that belief as well.
Have you ever read a book and when you finished you wanted to run around and tell everyone that they must obtain the book right now and read it (even though it's not out yet)? No? Ok, then have you ever read a book and then the second you finished you wanted to call up the author and tell them what an amazing, fantastic, emotional roller coaster of a read it was and demand more? Still no? Just me then.Well, I wanted to do those things and more when I finished this book. I actually messaged the author on Fb and said "Holy time travel!" I don't think she know how to take that but I created sure to elaborate. I basically couldn't tell her what I wanted to say about the book or the method it created me feel. I still can't even do that now while I'm supposed to be writing my review 5 days later. I honestly can't place it into words because the words that I would use to describe it don't do it justice for me. The words "unique," "awesome," "outstanding," "sensational," just aren't powerful enough to describe my feelings.I have read Trisha Leigh before and I thought her series the Cavy Files, was my favorite read. Nope. This one blows that one out of the water faster and better than the latest ship on a Battleship game. I will test to explain to you what I loved about this book. Be patient as I am not an author and am not so amazing with the putting of the words together to create the purty heart ached for Kaia. She and her family have suffered because of the transgressions of her brother. She is worried that she will end up like him. She's a dreamer, a silly-heart, a flibbertigibbet. She can't stay focused on what she is supposed to be recording in history because she sees the things that others do not or deem unimportant. This makes her risky in the other Historians ere were times when I was reading this story that I had to cover the words and paragraphs coming up because I have a habit of reading ahead. I didn't wish to do that with this story. I wanted to ingest and devour every word that was written. I wanted to create sure that I felt, saw, heard, and experienced everything that those words meant. I felt that I owed it to Trisha because of the heart that she place into this story. You can tell when reading a book if an author felt the story and characters to their bones. It comes through in subtle yet large ways when you look at the individual pages as a whole. You can feel the love and energy and emotion that she place into Kaia, her fellow Historians, and the Earth Before (the time before humans left Earth).I love history and learning about the old stories, and ancient people that lived before us. I could tell that Trisha is a history buff too as she place a lot of depth and realness to each of the time periods that the Historians visited. The Historians go to real, actual happenings that happened and if you were in Social Studies and required to take a try on these happenings (after not paying attention to the teacher), you would obtain every question right if you did nothing but read this book.I am so satisfied that Trisha was able to write this book and that she had a put to place her passion for history. I wish people to go obtain this book, even if you don't like history. I think that once you read it, you will have a fresh found appreciation for the topic and may search yourself researching some of these dates and happenings on your own. I can not wait until the next installment. By the way, I see that it is time for me to go tell Trisha that I NEED the next book. :)
Wow, that was an exciting book. And I'm glad there's a second one immediately available, because waiting to search out what happens after the conclusion of this book would be torture! It's a amazing mix of time-travel, suspense, and romance in one book. I had a few late nights because I couldn't place it down.I got a small annoyed at times with Kaia's reminiscing, although I'm not sure why. Her thoughts and feelings were genuine, and proceeded how one might expect a teen who's discovered their real love would act. Perhaps I'm not accustomed to first-person perspective from a romantic standpoint?But that's a minor annoyance, really. I enjoyed this book, I'd easily recommend it.
Ahhh, this book left me reeling. I'm a time-travel fan and there aren't enough amazing time-travel novels out there imo, but this one is one of my all-time favorites! I'm already imagining all of the possibilities for future books and I want there were a sequel for it right now. The story is exceptional, not only because the time-travel is believable and the romance is woven in seamlessly, but because Trisha Leigh contains complexity and depth into the plot without being confusing or overwhelming. Kaia has difficult choices on multiple fronts, and I love that she thinks for herself and takes risks because it really is her life (and her soulmate!). I also love that the story contains elements of her family, too, and that some of her problems revolve around people in her life that aren't the love interest but still people she loves dearly. Trisha Leigh broke my heart in the very best of ways, and she wrote the kind of book that I am ALWAYS looking for--action, history, fresh worlds, love--in a nutshell, Return Once More is impossible to place down, and maybe my very favorite Trisha Leigh book so far.
This book is one of the reasons why I have an enduring rage for Octavius. Seriously. I hate that e premise of this book -- of a future civilization which regularly revisits the past to document and observe it, and can tell you the name of your real love and when they lived, past, present, or future, is totally awesome. And Trisha Leigh's execution is heart-wrenching perfection. If you love history, YA, Adventure, or Timetravel, you wish to read this one.And especially you wish to read it if you search yourself ever thinking longingly of being able to visit the past to search out what really happened. Which I beautiful much do every day, fyi, soooo that might acc for some of my enthusiasm.
Trisha Leigh does it again! I have created no secret in that I have loved every one of her books thus far, but I'll be honest that I was hesitant with the time travel concept. I haven't read a lot of books that involve time travel so I didn't know what to expect; this one was fantastic. Leigh's writing style is clean, easy, and interesting. She does a amazing job developing the characters and story lines so that you NEED more of her stories in your ere is a cliffhanger to this book which I know bothers some people. It only has me excited for more to come! My instincts saw the plot twist coming but I kept shoving down my thoughts as it adds so much complexity to the isha has secured the coveted spot of "favorite author" in my world. I hope this books gives her that title for you too!
I have been waiting SO long for this story...and it was not a disappointment. I'm picky about my futuristic historical reads. This was worth every dang page! The characters were relatable and my heart raced with each development. The end left my gasping for air.I highly recommend this read! And the next installment needs to hurry up and obtain in my hands ;)
I enjoyed this time travel adventure sprinkled with romance, altering events, and a coming of age story all into one. There are a amazing a lot of questions left unanswered in this book and I look forward to the sequel. That being said I did not like the ending sequence as much as the rest of the book and I do not like Oz....He has a lot to atone for.
Not your average time travel!Admittedly, I’m choosy when it comes to futuristic sci-fi or time travel books. I need to feel like the story and characters are still relatable and relevant to current life. When I found out Trisha Leigh had written a book about time travel, I KNEW it would break stereotypes and be something I’d love. I WAS NOT WRONG!What if you could search out at 17 yrs old who your one real love is - your soulmate? How a lot of of of us would be dying of curiosity? But what if the trade off was knowing the likelihood of your one real love being in your own time was almost nil? Frankly, the curiosity would still obtain to me, just as it did to Kaia. She finds out her one real love is not only long dead but has to decide if it’s worth breaking every rule she’s been raised to adhere to in order to sneak a glance at him. She’ll never talk to him, of course … whoops, or maybe.Kaia is training to be a Historian charged with recording necessary historical events. One of the primary rules is to never interfere in the past, and she knows that all too well. But what happens when you not only fall hard for your soulmate but you search out things that will potentially mean disaster for your own time period. Do you break all the rules to investigate and risk everything?No matter where her body is, her heart continually returns to her one real love far in the isha’s love of history is evident in this book as she mixes the future with the distant past with a smoothness that only a real Historian could achieve. She never disappoints, and I can’t wait to see where she takes this series. With history behind us, the future begin before us, and Leigh’s imagination to bridge the gap, we are in for a wild ride!
I read and still not really clear but will test it and see how I come out!It's a shame I can't hold book until I obtain it!
The first thing I did was flip through to see if the cover illustration was actually in the book; it was not. Instead you have a stage for stage remake of the movie. It seems like (I haven't checked with the film playing while I read) the book uses the same camera angles. You'll need several of the books to cover each movie. Well worth it.
Imagine Star Battles being sucked into a Japanese comic book. Yeah, it sounds beautiful balistic, but imagine a Japanese Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Chewbacca, and even Jabba the Hutt. This has got to be one of my favorite comics for this series yet! This book features the war with Luke and the rancor and the war at the Pit of Carcoon. Truly a amazing read! -Sideus
the first 4 books which covered A Fresh Hope are among my fave SW stuff of all time. Empire and Jedi also do not disappoint... these are heaps better than all the other so-called SW "comics"... they actually capture the speed and action of the films - if you are fan, BUY!
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