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Gatecrash [Reading] ➶ Gatecrash By Doug Beyer – Thomashillier.co.uk SET PREVIEW Pentagon level security keeps details of any new set from becoming public outside of the scheduled roll out As a result fans are over eager to get info in any way they can Fiction gives th SET PREVIEW Pentagon level security keeps details of any new set from becoming public outside of the scheduled roll out As a result fans are over eager to get info in any way they can Fiction gives them a glimpse into the flavor of the set and allows immersion into the world before they can see the cards.


10 thoughts on “Gatecrash

  1. Chip Hunter Chip Hunter says:

    Part 2 of THE SECRETIST was muchwell executed than Return to Ravnica My major gripe with the first volume centered upon Beyer s insistence on forcing card names from the expansion set into the story, without those cards having major impacts on the story, and actually detracting from the book In GATECRASH, Beyer eases back on that, and focuseson developing the plot It makes for a much smoother andenjoyable story, not having obvious and jarring cameos keep popping up without i Part 2 of THE SECRETIST was muchwell executed than Return to Ravnica My major gripe with the first volume centered upon Beyer s insistence on forcing card names from the expansion set into the story, without those cards having major impacts on the story, and actually detracting from the book In GATECRASH, Beyer eases back on that, and focuseson developing the plot It makes for a much smoother andenjoyable story, not having obvious and jarring cameos keep popping up without impacting the story That s not to say that you don t get a healthy dose of characters and cards from the MTG expansion sets in these digital pages Exava, Lazav, Ruric Thar, Niv Mizzet, Lavinia, and Mirko Vosk all play prominent roles in GATECRASH The story of the Implicit Maze and its still mysterious role continues to develop here, and as the guilds becomeandagitated at each other, under the sly guidance of the Dimir, tensions run high Jace, Ral Zarek, and Emmara skip from one adventure to the other, in a story I look forward to finishing in Dragon s Maze Recommended for fans of MTG fluff only


  2. Tobias Helgren Tobias Helgren says:

    Doug Beyer really steps up his game with this second entry in the three part Secretist series The characters are better written, there istension in the story, and you truly feel that the main characters are the only ones who have any sense And even though the main plot twist was a tad obvious to anyone familiar with the characters and guilds, I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book, and I would recommend reading this to anyone looking to expand on the Magic the Gathering story With that s Doug Beyer really steps up his game with this second entry in the three part Secretist series The characters are better written, there istension in the story, and you truly feel that the main characters are the only ones who have any sense And even though the main plot twist was a tad obvious to anyone familiar with the characters and guilds, I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book, and I would recommend reading this to anyone looking to expand on the Magic the Gathering story With that said I do feel that the Secretist story would be better of as one single story


  3. Ari Rockatansky Ari Rockatansky says:

    The addition of a power hungry shapeshifter makes everything better Also, the relationship of Jace and Emmara is lovely, and evolves nicely from the first book to Gatecrash Jace, and Ral, of course, are good and funny protagonists.


  4. Scott Johnson Scott Johnson says:

    This was better than the last one, but that s such a low bar to clear that I m not surprised if a book can accidentally stumble over it.


  5. Etti Cohen Etti Cohen says:

    one of the best 2 book I have ever read


  6. Kevin Kirsche Kevin Kirsche says:

    Gatecrash was a fun read that built strongly upon the story and actions of the first novel The book really grew through a number of twists and turns provided by the author I found these interesting and engaging but I found myself very disappointed that the book was as short as it was While the kindle version goes to 100%, at 81% the book is over and the last 20% is a promo for another book I would have much preferred this as a longer novel without the extra promo fluff All in all though, th Gatecrash was a fun read that built strongly upon the story and actions of the first novel The book really grew through a number of twists and turns provided by the author I found these interesting and engaging but I found myself very disappointed that the book was as short as it was While the kindle version goes to 100%, at 81% the book is over and the last 20% is a promo for another book I would have much preferred this as a longer novel without the extra promo fluff All in all though, this was a fun and interesting read that builds on the story and characters of the first book in the series and gets ready for the third, and final, book in the series


  7. James James says:

    I really enjoyed The Secretist part 2, however it may not make as much sense to someone who doesn t play Magic the Gathering or hasn t read up on the lore behind Ravnica.The imagery transports you to Ravnica and you begin to connectwith the characters and the guilds It ll be interesting to see what The Implicit Maze is all about, to me it feels a lot like The Hunger Games unfortunately we ll have to wait til part 3 to find any real information out.You definitely need to read part 1 to f I really enjoyed The Secretist part 2, however it may not make as much sense to someone who doesn t play Magic the Gathering or hasn t read up on the lore behind Ravnica.The imagery transports you to Ravnica and you begin to connectwith the characters and the guilds It ll be interesting to see what The Implicit Maze is all about, to me it feels a lot like The Hunger Games unfortunately we ll have to wait til part 3 to find any real information out.You definitely need to read part 1 to fully understand what s going on in this book Annoyingly the book was left on a cliffhanger, ready for part 3 Dragon s Maze


  8. Richard Richard says:

    A continuation from my review of the first part The story remains interesting while delving further into the mystery of the Implicit Maze and involving a few new key players in the form of a nasty shapeshifter and some sneaky vampires.Jace finds himself in a few entertaining situations as well and I particularly enjoyed his fight against one of the characters that forced him to not use his magic offensively, but to use it to help in the fight in a way that he was not used to or wouldn t have bee A continuation from my review of the first part The story remains interesting while delving further into the mystery of the Implicit Maze and involving a few new key players in the form of a nasty shapeshifter and some sneaky vampires.Jace finds himself in a few entertaining situations as well and I particularly enjoyed his fight against one of the characters that forced him to not use his magic offensively, but to use it to help in the fight in a way that he was not used to or wouldn t have been capable of without the clever use of his abilities.Overall, it was fun and I was looking forward to the third part


  9. T.J. T.J. says:

    I think I liked the Return to Ravnica novelization a little better This was longer, but very choppy Things happened too quickly and it was difficult to follow in a way I do like the shorter books for my attention span, but its a little difficult when we re trying to follow half the guilds in a short story.I really do like the story as an overall whole I do wish there was a littlelength read depth just to help me feel bad for the characters in their losses or hate characters in their I think I liked the Return to Ravnica novelization a little better This was longer, but very choppy Things happened too quickly and it was difficult to follow in a way I do like the shorter books for my attention span, but its a little difficult when we re trying to follow half the guilds in a short story.I really do like the story as an overall whole I do wish there was a littlelength read depth just to help me feel bad for the characters in their losses or hate characters in their evil triumphant moments


  10. Ryan Ryan says:

    TheI read about him, theconvinced I am that Jace Beleren is the Poochie of the Magic universe He s the main face mascot of the game now, the same way Urza was in the early years, but he feels forced into the storyline, rather than seeming like he belongs there And there s enough going on here between the mental vampire Mirko Vosk, the mad scientist planewalker Ral Zarek and his goblin assistant, and the tripartite dryad mind of Trostani that Jace s presence really isn t needed, TheI read about him, theconvinced I am that Jace Beleren is the Poochie of the Magic universe He s the main face mascot of the game now, the same way Urza was in the early years, but he feels forced into the storyline, rather than seeming like he belongs there And there s enough going on here between the mental vampire Mirko Vosk, the mad scientist planewalker Ral Zarek and his goblin assistant, and the tripartite dryad mind of Trostani that Jace s presence really isn t needed, and takes up precious space that could have been spent on the Ravnican story


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