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  • By The_Dark_Lord_Pazrael
    Sep 15, 2014
    This book is the fucking shit loved every second of it. I hear rumor about a sequel in the works whens that coming out i cant wait to buy it. Hope the remake i heard about doesnt happen. i understand shooting for perfection but there was nothing wrong with this book other then a few "haters" who im betting were trools. id probably not buy a remake but id rather spend money on the sequal looking forward to the future shadow
  • By Bill S Preston
    Jul 30, 2013
    This book is most excellent. all of its negative feedback is totally bogus. I wish I could go back and time and hang out with the author becuase hes clearly a super rad dude. this book is so awesome and talks about shit like death and fighting and other demontions and universes. Its really deap and stuff you should all read this this books a master peice
  • By Eric Theodore Cartman
    Mar 18, 2013
    wow real mature guys. You are so fucking petty idk why any one would hate on this book its awesome. btw thats really sad that you wasted time writing 2 long winded reviews no one will care to read.
  • By Mr. Plinket
    Mar 12, 2013
    You never thought you'd be laughing at the end, did you? Laughing so hard you couldn't breathe. Was all this a big practical joke? Now setting aside any kind of wild and crazy theories about material being stolen from other fantasy tales, or the people sucking up to this Shadow guy by saying they like Trinity: Tearing Reality. I mean I'd rather read this than see blood in my urine, but the book was just so fucking boring. With a few exceptions. Like the comedy scenes. "'You haven't lost your touch' he rolled her over. 'Neither have you' she rolled him over. 'Feels good don't it.' he rolled her over. 'Hell yeah' she rolled him over".
  • By Mr. Plinket
    Mar 12, 2013
    Trinity Tearing Reality is the most disappointing thing ever made since my son. And although my son eventually hung him self in a gas station bathroom the sad truth about trinity is that it will be around FOREVER. Nothing about this book makes any since its like it was a story written by an 8 year old. Its almost like shadow wrote this shit over a 3 day weekend and rushed it out. I guess he just thought that a sci-fi/fantasy stroy would sell regardless of whether it was any good and axed any proof readers or people who question him creatively a long time ago. How do you screw this shit up seriously its like screwing up mash potatoes. In tales like this that involve monsters and dragons and weird shit like that the audience needs someone they can relate to called a protogonist usually an average joe fish out of water they can relate to. although this doesnt apply to every book but it works best in the sci-fi, super hero, action, and fantasy genres examples include marty mcfly, john... More > mclain, sarah connor, neo, charlie bucket, ash wiliams, John Nada, peter parker, cliff c cord, rocky balboa (all protogonists much better then sketch). On top of being an avereage smuch a protogonist is usually someone down on their luck, in a bad place of their life or someone who just doesnt have everything go perfectly for them. eventually theyll be confronted by some kinda obsticle or struggle and if we like them we'll hope they succeed. the drama in the book is the result of us rooting for them against opposition. Theyll eventually find them self at their lowest point and ultimatly overcome said obsticle and find them self better off then before this is called a character arc. Theyll often get the girl too as icing on the cake. Im not saying all stories need to be this way but they work well in this kinda format and you should really not deviate from this unless your the coen brothers, david lynch, stanley kubrick, alfred hitchcock, david cornenburg, quinton tarrentino, john waters, terry gilliam, martin scorsee,werner herzhog, you really shouldnt stray too far away from this format especially if your making a book for little kids that have lines like looking down the streets and seeing poop everywhere. I have a challage to all who read this book. Tell me who the main character is. multiple choice is it sketch, sadie, ethan, emma, ruthiel, elizabeth or john. then tell me about them all without telling me their job, apperiance or role in the story< Less
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Product Details

First Hardcover Edition
Shadow's Venue Publishing
March 12, 2012
Hardcover (dust-jacket)
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.61 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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