It really came on toward the end as events really started to happen for the characters. At times, I think the authors are a little over the top with language (not cursing). The example that jumps to mind is the constant use of twain when referring to two characters. I understand they are trying to set a mood in relaying the story at keep the reader in the setting with the characters but it got to be a little much for me. I personally know the authors (though not well) so I made an exception to my rule by starting this series. As a rule I don't start reading a series of books until they are all written: I've spent too many years of my life waiting for the next book to be written. I think the authors have great plans in the works for this series and I hope they don't keep us waiting too long for the next installment. Overall, a good read; better than many others I've read in the past. I'd recommend giving it a go.
Golden Cocker Press and author J. R. Hardesty are pleased to announce that both parts of book 1 in The Lindensaga(TM), The Last Giant: Transgression, are now available on the shelf at PJ Boox Bookstore, Ft. Meyers, FL. PJ Boox specializes in indie and self-published books and allows us to reach from a brick & mortar store an area of the U. S. that would otherwise be difficult for a small Montana publisher & author to reach. If your're in the Ft. Meyers area, be sure to drop by and see our books and those of other indie publishers and authors.
Fact & Fiction Bookstore in Missoula, Montana, is now carrying The Lindensaga, beginning with The Last Giant: Transgression (parts 1 and 2). The books can also be found at the University Bookstore on the University of Montana campus.