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The Lost Swords: Endgame Hardcover – 1 Feb 1994
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Amazon.com: 8 reviews
Just a terrible let down
on 17 May 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I never really how poorly written these stories were until I read them as an adult. just stick with the first 3 and save you money and time and skip the lost swords and endgame books. Just a terrible let down.
3 people found this helpful.
on 8 November 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
The twist at the end I didn't expect. The story line was great and I was left wishing for more sword stories.
One person found this helpful.
What is better-Mercy or Strength?
on 16 September 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
The last of the Lost Swords. The ending is very surprising and enjoyable. It was a very nice twist. I did not expect it would be resolved that way.
on 15 February 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
A satisfying conclusion to the Swords series.
9 people found this helpful.
An interesting series
on 2 July 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this series of books from Amazon because of the author. Fred Saberhagen is an old hand at creating believable worlds with innovative concepts. This series, based on 12 magical swords created by "the Gods" and their servants, presents a competently depicted story line and some fairly believable characters. I found it to be a very enjoyable excape. I will keep these books in my library and reread them again. Very enjoyable, and characteristic of Mr. Saberhagen's work.