Feb 26, claire moore-pearson rated it it was amazing. Book 3 Kings and Sorcerers Wow this book kept me intrigued all the way to the end. The warriors are magnificent with true honor will on one side. The magic and places this book takes you will take your breath away as you imagine yourself taken away. Good read. Jun 03, Patricia A Meyers rated it really liked it. Battling for freedom! The fight to freedom continues for the people of Escalon. Duncan and his allies continue liberation of their people and their beloved homeland from the Pandesians.
Jul 26, Doug rated it really liked it. Hard to grasp the lows in this book. It definitely keeps you guessing and it is painful at times.
I guess that means I am smitten by the characters. I recommend the book and series to this point. Well done Morgan. Well done. Aug 11, Wayne Inkster rated it really liked it. The saga continues, never stilling. The characters continue to fight for their freedom from Pandesia, all intertwined but barely touching. As this book ends, you can't help but question what and how will this series continue? Is there any hope? Jul 08, Greyscotty rated it it was amazing. Morgan does it again! This series is becoming so absorbing; I am going straight on to 4.
Sep 26, Jerry Napier rated it it was amazing. Great book, enjoyed the storyline. Oct 15, Delena constant rated it really liked it. Betrayed Honor Where will this end? This Book has ending in so many areas. Exactly where will it begin. It is a true mystery.
Mar 12, Lovely rated it really liked it. Things moved a little slowly, but it is a nice fantasy. Apr 23, Sonia Knippshild rated it really liked it Shelves: ebooks. Love it. Jun 03, Ahouse4biswas rated it liked it. So I'm going to continue with this series despite it's inane problems. I am invested in the story of these characters. On to the next. Jul 01, WIlliam rated it it was ok. Aug 27, Ashley rated it really liked it. As with the previous books, this one was riddled with typos; however, the story is stupendous.
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There is no way out. As a soldier, he craved to fight anyway, even with arrows protruding from his body, to fight to the death; yet as the commander of these men, and now as their King, he felt a responsibility. They would follow him anywhere, would fight anywhere for him, and he could not betray that sacred trust. Duncan slowly laid down his sword, and one at a time, the air filled with the sound of men drawing swords slowly and laying them down on the stone.
The courtyard filled with the clatter of a thousand pieces of steel hitting stone. Only Kavos stood there, gripping his weapon, trembling with anger. He gave Duncan a long, hard look, then finally, reluctantly, he laid it down, too. I negotiated a truce, in my name. You disgrace it. Duncan stood there, horrified, disbelieving what he had just seen. A father killed by his own son, all for the sake of power. As much as he disapproved of Tarnis, he did not deserve to die that way.
Duncan, irate, rushed forward to grab him, but suddenly, he felt himself grabbed and yanked backwards from behind, as Pandesian soldiers from all sides closed in and restrained him. Duncan writhed with all his might, but he could not break free as he watched the nightmare unfolding before him. He was furious, most of all, at himself. Kavos had been right all along. Why had he trusted them? Suddenly, from the Pandesian side, Bant emerged.
He stepped forward and sneered at Duncan. Bant then stepped toward Brandon and Braxton, each restrained by Pandesian soldiers, and sneered at them, but a few feet away. And then, before Duncan could react, Bant raised a sword, stabbed Brandon, then stabbed Braxton, in the chest. Duncan felt as if he himself were stabbed as he watched his boys collapse at his feet. He writhed with all he had, dying inside, unable to break free, and suddenly he felt a metal gauntlet smashing him across the face, knocking him unconscious.
Where are you? He turned down street after street, criss-crossing the sprawling city, his lungs bursting, his legs burning, and not caring. After witnessing those men in that back alley arranging to betray his father, he was more desperate than ever to find him, to warn him before it was too late.
He ran even faster, ignoring the pain. Dust still swirled in the light, debris still filling the air from where the giant had punched a hole through the ceiling, and as Vesuvius stared through it, he knew that hole high above represented his destiny.
His entire nation would follow on his heels; soon all of Escalon would be his. He grinned wide, already imagining the rape and torture and destruction awaiting him. It would be a blood fest. He would create a nation of slaves, and the nation of Marta would double in size—and territory. There arose a great shout behind him as the hundreds of trolls crammed in the tunnel raised their halberds and charged with him.
He led the way, charging up the tunnel, slipping and sliding on the dirt and rock, as he made his way toward the opening, toward conquest. Vesuvius imagined the damage the giant would do up there, let loose on a rampage, terrorizing the countryside—and he smiled wider. It would have its fun, and when Vesuvius tired of it, he would kill it. In the meantime, it was a valuable asset in his rampage of terror. Vesuvius looked up and blinked in confusion as he saw the sky suddenly darken up above, and he felt a great wave of heat come his way.
He was baffled to see a wall of flame descending, suddenly covering the countryside. He could not understand what was happening as a horrific wave of heat came at him, scalding his face, followed by the roar of the giant—and then, a tremendous shriek of agony.
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