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The Wizards' War (The Chronicles of Tevenar) (Volume 4) Paperback – March 8, 2016
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Don't miss the rest of the Chronicles of Tevenar:
Book 1: The Fuller's Apprentice - Available now.
Book 2: The Law of Isolation - Available now.
Book 3: Beyond the Boundary Stones - Available now.
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-The book was quite well written, with a characteristic style that makes it hard to put down.
-The story was certainly engaging, with many plot twists.
-The dialogue is engaging and the characters are very distinct and memorable.
-The Tevenarians are hopelessly naive, and are hopelessly politically outmaneuvered on a regular basis..
-There are literally no permanent consequences to Tevenar's foes, even in defeat, whereas Tevenar is left scarred and much of her bounty is taken by her foes.
- Maybe repeating, but even on a person-to-person basis, the protagonists react strangely warm towards people who tried to have them killed/tried to kill them.
-The Tevenarians literally bestow priceless gifts on their enemies
- Without the liberal miracles being dispensed with mind-numbing regularity, Tevenar would have fallen three or four times.
-The Armada is apparently staffed by idiots, as they took a single city and never bothered to check out the countryside. The illogical actions made by both the Tevenarians and their foes are cringingly obvious.
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