[PDF] Download ☆ Competitions | by ✓ Sharon Green

By Sharon Green | Comments: ( 793 ) | Date: ( Feb 24, 2020 )

In order to prove themselves to be the Chosen Five of the ancient Prophecies, Lorand, Rion, Tamrissa, Jovvi, and Vallant compete in a series of deadly contests designed to reveal the full scope of their magical powers.


  • Title: Competitions
  • Author: Sharon Green
  • ISBN: 9780380784158
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Sharon Green

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY Attended New York University and graduated with a B.A in 1963 Married in 1963, had three sons, divorced in 1976 Raised the sons, Andy, Brian and Curtis, alone in New Jersey Worked for ATT as a shareowner correspondent, then as an all around assistant in a construction company, then sold bar steel for an import firm Left that job as assistant sales manager I ve been writing full time since 1984.Hobbies knitting, crocheting, Tae Kwon Do, fencing, archery, shooting, jigsaw puzzles, logic problems, math problems, not cooking.Don t do my own research, since if I did I d stay with that and never get any writing done I usually can finish a novel of about 120,000 words in about three months.


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Comments Competitions

  • Sarah Mac

    I give up. I'm done with this series.The potential was vastbut the execution was shit. The five -- yes, FIVE -- repeating POVs was an excruciating linguistic device that nearly sapped my will to continue. But I thought (hopedayed) that such sluggishness was only to get the ball rolling in the first installment. Surely, I thought, the author will actually move things along in the next book.Nope.The pace. It is fucking GLACIAL. And I can't take it anymore, because not only is the unending repetiti [...]


  • V. Briceland

    In Convergence, the first book of The Blending series, protagonists representing the elements of Air, Water, Fire, Earth, and Spirit narrated every tiny plot event from each of their own perspectives. Between the natural sluggishness of this artificial device, and the oceans of tea the protagonists insist upon sipping as they discuss and rediscuss every turn of event, the advance and retreat of glaciers looks positively zippy in comparison. In this second volume, Competitions, Green rotates in a [...]


  • Marta

    Book 2 of the Blending series does not have enough luxurious, refreshing visits to (private) bath houses. There is plenty of tea-drinking, but Sharon Green is pretty withholding of information about the tea. We know that people are offering people tea, people are drinking it, or refusing it. The tea is druggedBut what KIND of tea?!?Sort of frustrating. And yet, we did find out that some people put sugar in their tea. Some people (tamrissa) will, on occasion, inadvertently put TOO MUCH sugar in t [...]


  • Viridian5

    In Sharon Green's Competitions, Lorand, Rion, Tamrissa, Jowi, and Vallant are striving to prove themselves to be the Chosen Five of the Prophecies, but it's not easy when their testers are doing everything possible, with no trick being too low or potentially lethal, to prevent them from it. The nobility have their own plans for who will be the Chosen Five, and that group will be made up of a manageable nobles, not powerful and independent-minded mostly commoners. The five have to survive and con [...]


  • Catsalive

    I couldn't possibly say it any better than V. Briceland already has.Rated 8/10 at bookcrossing/journal/7r blurb:The perfect Blending of the primary basics of the known universe-Earth, Air, Fire, Spirit and Water-will create unimaginable power. Power enough to hold off the dread Evil Ones for yet another quarter-century Power enough to rule the worldThey are the five greatest talents on a beleaguered world of magical adepts-and its only hope for salvation. But first Lorand, Rion, Tamrissa, Jowi a [...]


  • Deirdre

    Is definitely a bridging novel and somewhat lacklustre. The five main characters have to work on survival both magically and physically, the dice are loaded against them with the society they live in and things keep getting harder. Somewhat repetitive and you can see where the characters could have learned something by talking to each other but the biggest problem they all have is who to trust when they're all pitted against each other. If this was a standalone I probably wouldn't keep it but I' [...]


  • emily

    when i was fifteen, i thought this series was the shit. the writing wasn't great, but hey, the sexy parts were good, so it didn't matter that the plot was like swiss cheese sliced superthin, right? looking back, the fact that the sexy parts *are* the best parts of these books is pretty telling. the premises of the plot and characters aren't bad, and there are some parts that are actually interesting, but overall the series is repetitive and predictable, and probably not worth the time it'd take [...]


  • Turdlemary

    This was book two and it dealt more with how these 5 people has to work with each other now and learn to trust each other to have each others back while trying to stay one step ahead of the game. Although they know that they're suppose to fight with all they have, they chose to fool everyone by using just enough to get by. So you learn not to underestimate the peasants just because you're nobility. This just shows that you can't judge a person until you know them and how they are.


  • Nathan Burgoine

    The second in Sharon Green's "Blending" series, this returns us to the world where everyone has a spark of magic in them, to various degrees. Here, Tamrissa (a fire wizardess) tells the story of her four companions (earth, water, air, and spirit), and she, as they fight through the first of the competitions to potentially become rulers of the kingdom Done well, and with interesting characters, this is an interesting world and a fun read.


  • Kim

    This is book 2 in the series, and as they say, "the plot thickens". Much more intrigue is developing, which makes me want to read the rest of the series. The 5 main characters are becoming much closer, and working together. Now there is another 5, which will be a major form of conflict. The author leaves a lot of unknowns, that you hope will become clearer as the story progresses. Less repetition of events, than there was in the first book. Looking forward to the third one.


  • James

    Full review here:jamesgenrebooks/2Honestly, most of the big payouts are a book or two away, so most of this is setting the stage and filling in the background on what our as of yet Unnamed Empire has been doing for the past 300 years. Still fun. Looking forward to finishing this journey soon.


  • Heather

    I liked this series when I read it as a teenager, but it wasn't awe-inspiring even then. That probably tells you something. At that point in my life, the sex (omg it makes ther magik stronger lololol!) held my interest enough to read the whole series. These days, I probably wouldn't waste my time and would look for something else with more substance.


  • Alice

    Second in The Blending series continues the slow build up from the first. The first time I read these I flew through and couldn't read fast enough. My enthusiasm has dimmed a little on the re-read, but I still give this series high scores. I remember the action picking up in book three, which I am looking forward to.


  • zjakkelien

    Nice book, not too complicated, sympathetic characters. Again a bit repetitive at times, and it would be nice if some of the characters would just talk to each other and work out their problems, but enjoyable despite of that.


  • ♆ BookAddict✒ La Crimson Femme

    Book 2 is just as fun to read. The Evil ones is a common term for "bad guys". Similar to my nightmares so it's a book I could really understand and get into. Not too complex, pretty straight forward good versus evil. Oddly, my nightmares have people I trusted turning evil. O_o


  • Clarice

    Still really bad but crack-ish. Certain editing choices bug the hell out of me and certain characters/created conflict are really friggin' annoying but I'm still finding it enjoyable in its ridiculous way.


  • secondwomn

    crappy, mindless. serving its purpose.


  • Strain

    The repetition can get a little old, but that's just a style thing with me. Still want to read the next one because I must know what happens.


  • Laura E. Hall

    I had to purchase this one at the used book store.


  • Heather

    See comment on Book 1


  • K.l.

    Again, the repetition annoyed me. identical things happened to all characters, and we had to read whole chapters about it from each perspective. AAARGH!!!


  • ✘✘ Sarah ✘✘ (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans)

    As with book one of the Blending series, once I started reading this I simply couldn't put it down. It was fun and entertaining, a great read!


  • Xa

    I enjoyed the book. Meeting the "other" characters was interesting. I have an extreme dislike for a couple of them, and one I don't mind so much.


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