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The characters are entirely believable and the conflict between them carries the reader past the occasional slow spot. Smith on February 5, This is a short read and leaves the reader frustrated to understand more of what is going on. Top rated Most recent Top rated.
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By Mads crafts on October 22, I've read several of McKenna's books set in this world and like them quite a bit. This is a short story that sets things up nicely whether you are already familiar with this fantasy world or not. McKenna is superb at action scenes, and there is no shortage of action here. Ending leaves you wanting more, and I recommend getting more!
By Kuno on April 27, By Erilar on February 14, This is a nice preview of the Hadrumal trilogy if you haven't read that already, or a blank filled if you have, as I did.
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By AmazonGirl on January 12, This was a very good introduction to this authors writing. It was well-written and had all the elements of a good fantasy story. I am looking forward to reading some more. By Lana Bergman on September 6, I sorry I have not read the book yet because my kindle died and when my books where all transfered to the new kindle the all went to my archive thank to you I found the book and will read it. Customers also viewed these items. The Dragon Blood Collection, Books First Book of the Nameless Chronicle. The current Archmage Planir enforces the Edicts of the Council of Wizardry as all his predecessors have done.
Foremost is the ban on magecraft in warfare. That suits the mainland princes. Besides, who but another mage has the power to discipline a wizard? But these certainties have been shaken. There are corsairs raiding the Caladhrian Coast, enslaving villagers and devastating trade from Relshaz to Col. Barons and merchants beg for magical aid, arguing that wizards defending the innocent would not be breaking the Edict.
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In Hadrumal, Archmage Planir waits and watches, keeping his own counsel. Once again this trilogy has its origins in a shorter piece of writing. In that story, I wanted to write about a corrupt wizard; a really nasty, venal, dishonest individual. So far in these books, I had written about a broad range of mages; modest, arrogant, insightful, blinkered — but never a really bad one.
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How would that work out, for the wizard and for someone trying to hire one? What might happen as the ripples from that single incident spread further and further? How might the Archmage handle the resulting crisis? I soon found I had a trilogy on my hands. As before, this new series is written to be accessible to readers coming fresh to this world.
iwojafevazyx.ml: The Wizard's Coming (The Hadrumal Crisis) eBook: Juliet E. McKenna: Kindle Store
Also as before, some characters from previous books will be returning as the unfolding events draw them into this new story of wizardry and warfare. I am really pleased with Defiant Peaks, so enjoy! A cheap and simple way to get started with ebooks is Ibis Reader.