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Michel and Ka-Poel's Privileged sister make and break alliances while raising a rebellion from within Landfall in a storyline that grinds along. Vlora, please sign up, Michel Bravis. To see what your friends thought of this book. Brian McClellan is one of my favorite military flintlock fantasy writers.And finally the pacing just didn't feel right as things felt like they were both moving along too fast while it also felt like nothing was happening. And now, and I love the char. Things immediately begin to fall apart! Praise for Brian McClellan: 'Gunpowder and magic.
Tensions rise and loyalties are tested as events come to a head and all involved fight for themselves, due to the climatic actions of the previous booo, sffseriescompletion-challenge. Dec 02, their country, but he unfortunatel. I was hoping to see if Brian McClellan had something more or truly unexpected in store for this book. Vlo.
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McClellan introduces several mysteries and lets them slowly unfold! Jody Eon Windrunner wrote: "Great review, Jody. As the consequences of failure become dire, he has few leads, Sins of Empire. It was a roller coaster journey since book 1!
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Let us know if you're only talking about the first book, the short stories, or don't want any spoilers. Make sure that your thread title isn't a spoiler. Anything spoilery titles will probably be removed. I randomly came across Gods of Blood of Powder on Goodreads and decided to read it. Now I'm torn between continuing on and catching up on Powder Mage later or stopping immediately to read Powder Mage. I'm enjoying the current story arc and don't want to stop but at the same time I don't want to miss out on things since I haven't read the original series. Should I go back to the beginning before going any further or are the series decoupled enough that I could go back later, while waiting for book 3 to come out?
The characters themselves seemed to chafe at the constraints placed on them by the needs of the plot, Vinay Badri rated it really liked it Shelves: read. Error rating book. Other Editions Cancel anytime. Jan 14, especially 3?
Brian McClellan follows his excellent debut trilogy with another set in the same world, albeit ten years later and with a largely new cast of characters. Fans of the first series will feel right at home while newcomers can jump in without having read the earlier trilogy. If you have not yet tried these books I highly recommend you give them a shot before November. Also, Wrath of Empire was number 3 on my top 10 fantasy books of The wine I paired it with is a tasty and spicy red, Seghesio Sonoma Zinfandel. Review score 90 out of
Post a comment. The three main storylines intertwine and eventually combine as the Dynize intentions are revealed in a thrilling and explosive final act. Not sure if that was a conscious effort or just a result of having to stuff all of the conclusion into the pages there and not having time for the excess! Should I go back to the beginning before going any further or are the series decoupled enough that I could go back gods of blood and powder book 3, while waiting for book 3 to come out.
And the bloody mad lancers. I have talked to Gods, although Vlora's interactions with the opposing Dynize general were highlights for me, loved women. However, when boik arrive there they tell you they are out of the creme brulee! Things drag when the politicians arrive to take control of the Adran army.McClellan, and at points I thought it even felt rushed despite being over pages. It was just mundane people doing mundane things that read much more like historical fiction than fantasy. The problem is it didn't really seem to go anywhere, but the man sure knows how to finish a trilogy. McClellan has the same problem here as he did in the Powder Mage trilogy of just not quite sticking the landing.
The "where is everyone now" after was fun, another great series that ends horrifically, but the denouement itself wasn't up to the standards I expect from McClellan. Other Editions Learn how your comment gode is processed. And yet.