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- Print Length: 342 pages
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- Publisher: Dingo Dog Publishing; 3 edition (January 19, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 19, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AAIYKSA
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I expected azerrick to finally return to the human world toward the end and at least let the others know of his return.(namely his wife). It was pointed out scions would be a future enemy in the sorcerers scourge which lead me to think this book would get farther into that story more in depth toward the second half of the book. (not the last 10% of it). Main complaint probably boils down to Azerrick being in the abyss feels like it drags on and offers little to the story.
Most notable oddities i have not liked in some of other works are the off main character stories such as the random war with the fourth circle demon, which didnt seem to develop the plot at all.
I did enjoy the tie in with the elf in the group of heroes despite my immense dislike for the part they played in "showstopping" the story progress in the book with Azerricks imprisonment with the psylings. I attribute this to the story being too awesome and the heroes being not nearly as awesome as the story was at the time.
All in all good series so far keep up the good work and hopefully not the strange side stories that occasionally pop up and stray from the awesomeness that is the rest of the book. Editing on the books are as good as always still have to laugh at some published authors that have their books edited half as well to charge $5 more in many cases.
I expect the series to now continue as it previously had, with everything somewhat resolved. You could almost consider this a Sorcerer's Path Novella instead of a new book in the series. I hate to say that because it makes you think it is not worth buying, or might be held negatively. That isn't the case,I would still recommend this as it has plenty of great scenes and gives you a better background of what is going on, and where the series is headed. It just didn't have the same feel as the rest of the series, and doesn't really advance Azerick's character much at all.
I would probably give this 3 1/2 stars. I also am eagerly awaiting the next installment. Sometimes a series that has done so much needs a filler book to get everything set up for the last few.
Very few errors in editing. Brock has really worked hard on proofreading the book. It shows. Very easy to read. Slowly by slowly you can see the big picture developing. I am intrigued to see if there is some kind of a nexus between the demons and the others( I am trying hard not to mention them by their name). I am also enjoying the fact that the deux ex machina is kept to minimum. Books are slowly becoming darker, love that fact. One of the main things I liked is that the darkness and perversity of human nature in Brock's book are left to imagination and not explicitly described. I always like that because I feel it allows a person to get involved in the book more.
Main complaint , the book ends in a cliffhanger. Though I thought the escape would be little more tedious like it would be more about Azerick but it is a minor point. Seriously Brock , we have to wait for another 6 months all the rescue mission. :) Also the book slowly makes it clear how the elf and company is going to play a role, even though they are not present in this book.
Brock, you should consider writing a chronicles of Taryn and company. :) Would be a fun read, man.
Amazing story with all the elements you expect in a great fantasy book. Loads of magic, fantasy races, and battles to keep you reading. The story has enough twists and turns to keep me guessing. A must read for the fantasy lover, it reminds me of a World of Warcraft story in a book. I also love the fact that characters die and none not even the main characters are safe from death. All 8 books are 5 star. Book 1-4 is comes as a set to save you individual purchases, and these books can also be borrowed if your a Prime member. One of the best stories of all time. Don't miss it.
Novel Plot Development: Good
Copy Editing: Average
Aerick's death wasn't his end. This is his story in the Abyss and how he escapes. It also tells the tale of Ellysa and how she deals with Azerick's death. There are a couple other plot lines in the book but those are the two major ones. This book is far darker than the other Sorcerer's Path books. Do not expect a feel good tale here or you will be sadly disappointed.
Overall, the pacing is well done and I enjoyed the story but it wasn't his usual fare. I recommend this book to anyone who likes darker fantasy and/or anyone who has read the series.