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- Publication Date: March 12, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BUISVZM
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A Cry of Honor (Book #4 in the Sorcerer's Ring) Kindle Edition
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They are a step above the Magic Treehouse books (although I enjoyed the Magic Treehouse books more) but it is a tiny step and I am glad my son is beginning to move away from these simplistic books. Read them like they were written, quickly and without much thought, and they aren't so bad. Better yet, read them when you are eight and you will enjoy them.
BTW If someone in the Ring invented a gorget, he'd win a Nobel Peace Prize. Ninety-five percent of the people killed in these books are stabbed in the throat (like I said, unimaginative) and with a gorget, noone would die, and everyone could just get along!
The Legion, the Silver, and the rest of the MacGil army fights and defeats the McClouds in one place in a strange battle that almost appears to have been engineered for the express purpose of getting Thor and his friends killed.
Thor and Gwendolyn finally get their relationship stabilized, and Reese finds a girlfriend.
But Gareth’s treachery continues and keeps getting worse. The army and King MacGil’s other children agree that Gareth should be deposed and Gwendolyn made ruler, just as her father had requested. And if they are unable to accomplish that in the short term, the plan is for Gwendolyn to set up a rival government in another city.
But before they can begin with that plan, Gareth’s treachery has allowed the Sword of Destiny to be stolen and removed from the Ring, leaving both the McCloud and MacGil territories vulnerable to attack by Andronicus and the Barbarian Empire.
As always, there is never a dull moment inside the Sorcerer’s Ring, and we are left ready for new adventures in the next book of the series. It could use better editing, however.
And Krohn is a LEOPARD! NOT A DOG! Cats (usually) don't quiver and jump up on you to lick hands and faces. And if he's small enough to carry, can he really bite off hand after hand in a single bite?
GET AN EDITOR! There have to be cheap ways of finding beta readers or editors to fix this simple stuff. I too feel like extra words are added (charging charging charging faster than he'd ever had in his life) just to fill (so far) 17 books. I'll keep reading but now it's an exercise to learn how NOT to write. I am mentally editing these books as I read, restructuring sentences to streamline the story and make it flow. The bones of the story are good. The premise is good. I want to like Thor and Gwen and their friends. I like Steffen, who has a backstory and acts from realistic motivations. As other commenters have said, I too wish more character building was done. Reece asks his new love "don't you love me?" and she (along with every single reader) says, "I don't even know you."
That and it's odd that the panther acts like a dog...panthers don't wag their tails or bark. The general continuity of the books are a little off. It's like the author writes themselves into a corner and then everything turns out ok because...well, reasons. The idea of the story is great, but it could be better written and all of the books are like this except the first one where they actually had an editor look it over.