The Battle of Verril (Book of Deacon) MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged
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All in all these books are an enjoyable read in which to lose yourself for a few hours. I would like to keep Myn for myself along with the mystival staff of the wizard.
The book sees the Chosen united and fighting the D'Karon through a series of battles, finally peaking in the battle just outside of Verril - the Northern capital. Myranda remains a willing but at the same time reluctant protagonist - willing in the sense that she is adamant to end the war, reluctant in the sense that she still often finds it hard to do what has to be done. Someone like Lain is a lot more straightforward in this respect. This may make Myranda a somewhat frustrating protagonist to some but at least she starts approaching her magical potential demonstrated in Entwell in the first book in the outside world towards the end.
In spite of the battles being almost constant, the author managed to at least keep a semblance of character development intact, making this richer than a mere sequence of fights would have been.
If you finished The Great Convergence (The Book of Deacon) and liked it, the current book will likely be even more to your liking - as said, the author is really picking up pace and writing skills as he goes along.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A very well constructed finale to the story. It kept me interested until the end. Looking forward to read more from an author who can make characters come to life.Published 3 months ago by Steven Bradshaw
I wanted to give this four stars but there a few too many problems. The main thing for me was that the (many) battle scenes are not as well written as they could have been and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by pepe
Enjoyed the storyline and enjoyed the characters really enjoyed the twists and turns of this series would love to know what transpires between Myranda and DeaconPublished 8 months ago by joanie Roberts
I thoroughly enjoyed all of the trilogy,masterfully written and riveting from start to end. Bravo and please keep up the good workPublished 8 months ago by G L Hooper
Sometimes a little wordy in descriptions but on the whole a good book. And one I didn't mind paying to read.Published 9 months ago by Lindx
The final part, but it kept the pace up and the story going without feeling bored or repetitive at all. A central character does die and you feel for the person. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jetsetter