The legend of V: Triangle Corruption by Varak Kaloustian
Publication Date: April 6, 2017
Paperback Edition: 267 Pages
Paperback Price: $15 USD
Genre: Science Fiction, Action Adventure & Fantasy
About the Book
V, the 13-year-old chosen one, has returned from his quest to quell the Unbound Evil. Now, with his newfound alien ally, Vizor, V must venture out to Hell and find Vizor’s home planet, Treah, so they can locate the Shadow Prophecies before the Devil and Vizor’s father harness their power to destroy the Earth. On this journey, V will be confronted by the most evil opponent he’s faced yet: himself
About the Author
Varak Kaloustian is eighteen years old in his freshman years old in his freshman year of college. He lives in Los Angeles, California with his mom, dad and two brothers. He likes to play basketball, travel and spend time with his friends and family. He currently has two published novels: “The Solar System’s Prophecies” and “Triangle Corruption.” Both are a part of a series called ” The Legend of V.”
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Varak really stepped the game up in “Triangle Corruption,” Book two in the series “The legend of V.” Triangle corruption is so packed with action and adventure, Varak has done a great done with incorporating them into how they live on earth. Since the first chapter, the action immediately starts.
The great and funny thing about this book, is there are so many cheesy but classic smart remarks. For instance, this new generations remark of “brah, instead of bro.” Even in this book, it is irritating. There’s one I can’t put in here because it would give away a major plot line that involves skittles. The funniest one is a remark about the world being in the devils hands.
The legend of V has surely lived up to its title because that’s exactly what this book has been,” A Legend.” I have heard from the author there is third book being written and I can only guess where V and his friends will be going next.
I came to realize though, when I was reading this book, that Varak has incorporated a hidden message in his books. The message is about bullying. It’s something that a lot of children actually go through and experience, even I did.
In conclusion, I can’t wait to see what Varak throws out next. A new book, the next addition to the legend of V or even a new series altogether. Whatever he does, it’s bound to be great.