The Sword and the Promise

The Sword and the Promise Librarian Note The latest edition with updated cover of this title can be found HERE For nearly eight hundred years the exiles of Amilum have battled their immortal foe and fellow exile Mornoc They

  • Title: The Sword and the Promise
  • Author: Jaffrey Clark
  • ISBN: 9780975469033
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • Librarian Note The latest edition with updated cover of this title can be found HERE For nearly eight hundred years, the exiles of Amilum have battled their immortal foe and fellow exile, Mornoc They have survived life in the harsh Lowlands They have waited to see if the Promise will be kept Only a few have truly believed Most have settled for exile Many have despaLibrarian Note The latest edition with updated cover of this title can be found HERE For nearly eight hundred years, the exiles of Amilum have battled their immortal foe and fellow exile, Mornoc They have survived life in the harsh Lowlands They have waited to see if the Promise will be kept Only a few have truly believed Most have settled for exile Many have despaired, joining Mornoc in his endless quest to rule the Lowlands Now, after fifty years of baiting his enemies into complacency with his silence, Mornoc readies his forces for one final war Creedus, the last true warrior among men and bearer of the Sword of Amilum is now an old man He must pass the Sword to another Is his young grandson, Corred ready to lead, to wield the only weapon that Mornoc has ever feared Can he even survive what is coming If Corred fails, only the fulfillment of the Promise can save them.

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    1. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. A bit ago I began to lose hope that there was good fiction being produced with a redemptive model driving the story. How delightful it was to read The Reaper's Seed and be swept away, engulfed in the story.I felt at parts I wasn't sure there was character development to back up actions that were taken, but the overarching story made up for those brief moments. I felt myself rooting for Corred, wondering who Remiel is and concerned for Olwen. I was invested in so m [...]

    2. I really enjoyed reading this book from start to finish. The story was well paced and engaging giving glimpses of both opposing forces viewpoints, with their actions building from small ambushes and skirmishes all the way to all out war! Clearly I have a thing for the action/adventure genre. I appreciated the initial telling of the lore and legend at the start of the book. Although this initially makes a slower first impression on the reader, I felt it added a much greater sense of depth to the [...]

    3. If you have an appetite for large sweeping stories that include a wide cast of characters, this series is for you. The first book (The Sword and the Promise) opens in an ordinary Medieval rural setting, but by the second book more fantasy elements emerge – strange creatures, bending of physical laws, in short the world becomes increasingly more imaginative and immersive. When I read the first book, I particularly enjoyed the prehistory told by the grandfather. It’s the stuff of ancient legen [...]

    4. I enjoyed this book, even though it was a little bit of a different genre than I would usually choose. The book moved quickly and I liked Corred as a hero. He stood out as a hero but wasn't superhuman. I felt like it ended a bit abruptly, though. I expected the story to continue on for a bit longer, and I was left assuming that there will be a sequel. Overall I liked it and I would read another book by this author. :-)

    5. I purchased this book from the author at Creation Northeast & was lucky enough to have had him sign it! It was amazing. I couldn't put it down but when I had to I was wandering what was happening?!Mr. Clark captures you and brings you. I love turning the page and wondering where he's taking me next.

    6. Outstanding first book in a series of fourright away the first chapter pulls you in and makes you want to keep reading! Great pacing, great story, and some awesome fight and battles. Clark has a great writing style, can't wait for next installment!

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