Sorcerer's Oath (The Everlasting Throne Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The Sorcerer's Oath is the second part in The Everlasting Throne series. It is written in third-person with several different point-of-view characters. The point-of-view changes throughout the story are aided by the use of breaks and new chapters, allowing for a smooth and confusion free switch. The story is set in a fantasy world and follows a young man named Deobard as he searches for his father.
Deobard is a brash young man who frequently makes impetuous decisions that more often than not lead him into trouble. His pride and quick temper may be character flaws that cause him and those around him problems, but his empathy and sense of honor help him to admit when he's made a mistake and attempt to correct it. Usually, his problems start when he feels he has been wronged or insulted, which is how he ends up on a quest to kill a mythical beast.
The Sorcerer's Oath continues Deobard's adventures which began in the first part of The Everlasting Throne series, The Book of Elements. And just like it's predecessor it is filled with interesting characters, magic, mythical beasts and plenty of action.
Recommended to fans of epic fantasy filled with quests, magic, and adventure.
We meet our "hero" as he is travelling north in search of his long lost father. He meets a travelling band of merchants one of whom take him in when he passes out next to the wagons. We follow the bumbling hero north and meet assorted problems in the way.
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