I got this for free on the Kindle eBooks store, and it had no reviews, so I figured what the heck?
The first part was hard for me, I didn't like the main character at all, but the writing still drew me on without any effort on my part.
Soon I was completely drawn in to this epic. I'm only 58% of the way through this four book collection, but this has, for once, earned the the title of EPIC.
I've never seen such intense evolution of a character, especially with such great pacing. The story changes, and yet reconnects with earlier parts believably.
This is one of those rare stories that sucks me in and makes me want to read through to the end, skipping sleep until I'm done.
The Radix Tetrad is deeply immersive and well worth reading.