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The Commanding Stone #2020

The Commanding Stone Gerin King of Khedesh has long since accepted the mantle of Amber Wizard the first in a millennium with all the terrible responsibility that accompanies it He has prevented the dread wizard king As

  • Title: The Commanding Stone
  • Author: David Forbes
  • ISBN: 9780060820442
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Commanding Stone By David Forbes, Gerin, King of Khedesh, has long since accepted the mantle of Amber Wizard the first in a millennium with all the terrible responsibility that accompanies it He has prevented the dread wizard king, Asankaru, from attaining the all powerful Words of Making, but the enemy grows stronger by the day.And now Gerin must be resolute and pursue the secret of the Words at any andGerin, King of Khedesh, has long since accepted the mantle of Amber Wizard the first in a millennium with all the terrible responsibility that accompanies it He has prevented the dread wizard king, Asankaru, from attaining the all powerful Words of Making, but the enemy grows stronger by the day.And now Gerin must be resolute and pursue the secret of the Words at any and all cost For a new foe has emerged in a furious race toward a magical artifact that can awaken and command monsters long thought dead And nothing will survive the devastation wrought by dragon fire.

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    1. The cover and back blurb of the book are what drew me in I love good sci fi fantasy stories I had not read the first two books of the series, but figured I would seek them out if this, the third book, was a good read.Briefly In a time of magic and feudal societies, a great force from another land and dimension is poised to overwhelm and destroy life in the country of Osseria Gerin Atreyano, King of Khedesh and Amber Wizard, may be the key to routing this assault and saving his known world It is [...]

    2. The 3rd book in the series and I m beginning to get a taste of the Epic ness of this saga However there is just something that holds it back from being one of the great series e.g Sword of Truth, Malazan, The Wheel of Time, etc However that said if David keeps writing this series I will keep reading.

    3. I thought this was meant to be a trilogy and I was proven wrong What a let down Since there really is no greater character development or any great character to remain and the writing style is simply too poor for my taste I decided to stop reading as in skipping paragraphs just to get to the point this series with this book It s a waste of money to buy it It doesn t even have good covers.

    4. I really wanted to love these books I read one,two, and threet for pleasure but of stubbornness and a hope that it would get better.It is very doubtful that I would continue the series unless I was desperate or bored.As always, this is my opinion only Please try the book for yourself and make your own choice It just might be your next favorite even if it wasn t mine.

    5. This was a really great book, they just keep getting better I just found out that there will not be a fourth which is a great shame.

    6. This was fairly entertaining, but I felt the character development and worldbuilding were both a bit lacking.

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