Dante suspects his next target will be Bressel, where the Tanarians have established their court in exile. That would appear to be all for now. And as he's away, an old threat begins to move against his homeland. Speaking of all these things! This book, is an addition to series. Well the answer is I wrote another book. It should, because this series will actually be five or six books long.
To anticipate a few questions: Yep—Tim Gerard Reynolds is still narrating. The characters, world, and mechanics of the story were all clearly well developed but were left unexplained. Continuation of the enjoyable Cycle of Arawn. Notwithstanding, I have to say that the critiques in other reviews are a bit over the top - but not entirely wrong. As seems to happen with these kinds of books, only time will be able to tell if I get an itch to read another in the series. I gotta admit, I was skeptical in reading Fantasy books because Brandon Sanderson ruined me forever. And if Dante falls, so will an entire kingdom.
I am excited, stoked, and chuffed to announce that Dante and Blays are back in the saddle! I impatiently await the next installment! Soon, he means to take the entire world. You can get it on , , and. I seriously want to slap myself for not reading about Dante and Blays before. Book 2 is ~6 years later so he should be around 21. I couldn't help but feel that I miss several books that came before this one. For there are three things that must happen in book 6, and by its end, those three things shall be done. Name it the Kingdom of Mallon Omnibus, or The Books of Nether and Ether, something.
That out of the way: as always, the book is narrated by Tim Gerard Reynolds. . I really like to see the growth of the characters over time, and how past events and lessons from previous books has been leading up to where Dante is so far, along with Blays. He's the most dangerous foe Dante has faced. This book, is an addition to series. I'm not sure if that makes sense, but.
These characters are so overpowered that they needed stronger villains, and the author delivered. Other than that, the story was enjoyable enough, but I think lack of familiarity with the characters hurt my getting fully invested, there was just too much back story I missed. It expands the world while leading to a story that I think will be pretty epic. And he's just learned that his father is living on a forbidden island at the edge of the known world. I can't believe how many new audiobooks from authors I like have been added to my library this past week. But the hunt for its secrets leads Dante on a crash course with the Tauren—and island-wide civil war. Cool main character, cheeky sidekick, interesting magic plot driven story.
Will writ more thoughts on this, but for now I leave you with this. Notwithstanding, I have to say that the critiques in other reviews are a bit over the top - but not entirely wrong. I'll read it eventually just saw The Red Sea is a kindle unlimited book! I am in my late 50's and have just discovered 3 years Fantasy after a lifetime of reading everything else, including 100's of literary classics , new and old. In the end it was a worthy, yet pretty stereotypical, fantasy read. I still continue reading it. The world-building, the characters, the humor and suspense? Great book, I am on the second of the series now.
When Dante Galand was just a boy, his father Larsin sailed away to make his fortune. I would continue reading if I didn't have anything better to read, but since I do, this just doesn't draw me strongly enough. But I hope to start writing within a week. Sweet news, people of discerning taste. With sales pitching like that, just imagine how good the writing in the books must be! I also can understand that Dante reacts that way to everyone else as well. It once again had me in it's grips from the very beginning to the very end, and at this point is leaving me asking for more! My intent is to start writing 4 by December I have something else to wrap up first and publish it by April 2017.
I gotta admit, I was skeptical in reading Fantasy books because Brandon Sanderson ruined me forever. I get that an author might want to do multiple series within the same uni Quite an enjoyable story, but for the first quarter of the book I struggled a fair bit. I'm not sure if that makes sense, but. This time around, I was pleasantly surprised by how much the story had improved over the last two years. Yet even if Dante, Blays, and Gladdic can unite it, they still might not have the strength to stand against the army of the lich. At the moment of this post, the set has 1010 ratings and a 4.
Several people have told me they fixed it just by deleting the file and redownloading it. If one doesn't enjoy brutally sarcastic banter between best friends then I can see how you would think that Dante and Blays are just assholes. And Gladdic believes he will soon enslave all of Tanar Atain. In the company of his friend, the swordsman Blays, Dante travels to the island. Thankfully this book does well to have its own story that is not very dependent upon knowing the events of the first set of books. To save his father and himself, he'll have to rediscover the island's long-lost magic. Since then, Dante has become a great sorcerer.