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Please note I have received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for a reviewThe Rail City was one of those books that I couldn t decide whether to give it 3 or 4 stars.On the one hand, I absolutely loved the plot The beginning sequence quickly pulled me in and kept me wanting to knowabout the characters Visuals were nicely done and quite surprised me by its level of creativity However, one qualm that I had regarding the visuals was that it did get quite repetitive when descPlease note I have received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for a reviewThe Rail City was one of those books that I couldn t decide whether to give it 3 or 4 stars.On the one hand, I absolutely loved the plot The beginning sequence quickly pulled me in and kept me wanting to knowabout the characters Visuals were nicely done and quite surprised me by its level of creativity However, one qualm that I had regarding the visuals was that it did get quite repetitive when describing some of the clothing Unfortunately, the writing threw me off onthan one occasion At times the author had what I like to call a lyrical writing structure, but it kept getting destroyed by short and harsh sentences I often found myself having to re read a segment in order to understand exactly what was going on.I highly recommend The Rail City for those who are looking for something a little different to spice up their library Rail City The Dying Sun sounded really intriguing when I read the synopsis It grabs you and makes you believe that this book will be full of awesome Unfortunately this is not the case.John s writing was rather amazing At times it was poetic in its descriptions and full of crystal clear imagery and at others completely mind bogglingly vague I have yet to see another author get it both so right and so wrong in the same book, in the same chapter and even in the same paragraph.There was a lot o Rail City The Dying Sun sounded really intriguing when I read the synopsis It grabs you and makes you believe that this book will be full of awesome Unfortunately this is not the case.John s writing was rather amazing At times it was poetic in its descriptions and full of crystal clear imagery and at others completely mind bogglingly vague I have yet to see another author get it both so right and so wrong in the same book, in the same chapter and even in the same paragraph.There was a lot of repetitive words the windows were forever undressed and at the beginning I thought I might die of overuse of similies and metaphors Only two or three in each paragraph for the first chapter or so just a few.I loved the ideas in the story, the demonkind, the forced slavery, the breaking it was very intriguing I liked the magical elements to the demon nature and how they interacted with the people It was both gut wrenchingly horrible and yet thought provoking too I would love to see some art work based on these characters.Hiromi was a complex character and one that I wanted to get to knowI didn t really like Sura and I found the introduction to most of the other characters was too quick, a lot of prior knowledge seemed to be agiven I did like the guy in the red kimono, except that he was forever being described as hawk like which got repetitive and annoying.Some of the scenes could do with a bitstructure,grounding in location, as I felt sometimes that the story was being told and the scene could be interchangable Also, some sort of timeframe would have helped to make the story seem a bitreal too, I wasn t sure how long days were, or nights, time seemed to be almost unimportant.I may be a bit thick, but it took me until about 50% through the book to understand that they were on a giant train I should have picked that up from the title and the cover, but on my kindle I don t see the cover This only caused for my concept of where this was happening to be even further off Perhaps a bitof a clear introduction to Rail City would have helped avoid this confusion.An interesting story, but rather disjointed and confusing Note I was provided an electronic copy of the book in return for an honest review The Dying Sun is the first part of The Rail City Chronicles It s currently been taken off the market in anticipation of a major new edition, completely rewritten, with all new art. .FREE PDF ♶ The Dying Sun ♨ The Rail City was originally published on as the first part of The Rail City Chronicles It s currently been taken off the market in anticipation of a major new edition, completely rewritten, with all new art, and will be rereleased under the anticipated title The Rail City Because there was never a print edition, this particular edition no longer exists, though it was technically published, read, and reviewed by a select few The author is taking advantage of the electronic medium, to respond to the wishes and criticisms of his readers, for whom he writes