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The Prison of Angels (The Half-Orcs Book 6) by [Dalglish, David]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews
Book 6 of 7 in The Half-Orcs (7 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4722 KB
  • Print Length: 317 pages
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  • Publisher: Eschaton Press (29 Nov. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AFOIYGI
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews
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A good continuation of the series. While a bit slow to get going and sometimes frustrating that certain characters are not their usual selves they show enough to tease they are still there. The new character Jessilyn teaming up with Dieredon is particularly good. Overall not the best entry but understandable as a lot of the setup for future entries had to be done here and still well worth a read.
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Amazing, how the story has evolved from its beginning. Not remaining as good but being so much better.
A lot of plots running in this one each character unique in their own way.
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Good read
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The end of A Sliver of Redemption was such an intense climax to an epic battle between the armies of the God's Ashuur and the evil Karak, that I assumed the series had reached its natural conclusion.
Thankfully not as the sixth book, The Prison of Angels maintains the high standards of the series so far and with the promise of at least two further books to come, its all good news.

The story starts five years after the death of the war god Thulos, King Antonil masses an army of thirty thousand men and with steel determination sets out to win back his home city Veldaren. Nicknamed the missing king after a failed first attempt Antonil must win the respect of his people as their mounting disapproval threatens disruption and rebellion.

The angels now watch over Mordeina, times should be peaceful but the people complain about the angels justice. Close to rioting, incited by the Queens brother who wants a different type of justice, death for all who bring death and no freedom for any murderer.
A meeting between the angels and the representatives of the people takes place. They want the blood of the forgiven and Qurrah was the first to be judged by the angels, given life, forgiven for his sins. The angels capitulate to man's law and start to revisit all crimes that deserved the ultimate retribution of death

In the kings absence Harruq is appointed regent, a role he as a warrior is entirely unprepared for and despises but must do his utmost to show a strong leadership. Aurelia is attacked by three highly trained magical assassins, who will make the first attempt on the throne.

Jessilynn is a Paladin in training, under the tutelage of the Elf scoutmaster Diereden, on patrol they come across a mass uprising of the creatures of the Vile Wedge.
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What can I say other than...bring on the next book. I loved the direction the story has been taken and really loved how the angels have been fleshed out and how the world has changed according to their pressense.

Would recommend to anyone who read and enjoyed the other books in the series.
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I love this series of books, they're well written, keep a good pace and grabs your emotions on a roller caster of thrills and adventure.

I'd recommend this book (and series) to anyone who's read Brent Weeks Night Angel trilogy and similar.

Can't wait for the next book by David!
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I've enjoyed the first 5 books (even if as David admits him self then end of the 5th book in the series was rushed).

I've got to say, this book, I get the feeling it was largely written to kill off quite a few of the characters.

I felt that the way in which Antonil behaved was unrealistic considering previous books, he acted more like the king he replaced. The notion that some one would walk 35,000 men in to an area with out any prior planning/investiation (considering he could have called on the elves to do some recon before hand). The queen who's wise enough to run a country, yet can't see that she's being manipulated by the brother.

To be honest, the whole premise of many of the story lines was just poor.

Hopefully book 7 will get back on track.
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Ok first I have to say I am a massive fan of David Dalglish's work from when I got the first of the Half Orcs series for my kindle. This book again delivered. His books leave you wanting more and they give you such enjoyment that you cant help reading them over and over again. Got to say that it was not what I was expecting but in a good way. A few twists that kept things interesting and lets just say that if this book leaves you anything its the desire to get the next one just to see what happens next. Great job, well written and could not put it down. Would love to write more about it but I feel anything I might say will give the game away and lets face it the best thing about a book is not knowing what is going to happen next.
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