The Society of the Sword Trilogy

The Society of the Sword Trilogy All three books of The Society of the Sword Trilogy that has been described as Game of Thrones meets The Three Musketeers This omnibus edition contains all three parts of the trilogy including The Ta

  • Title: The Society of the Sword Trilogy
  • Author: Duncan M. Hamilton
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  • Page: 472
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  • All three books of The Society of the Sword Trilogy that has been described as Game of Thrones meets The Three Musketeers This omnibus edition contains all three parts of the trilogy, including The Tattered Banner, which was featured on BuzzFeed s 12 Greatest Fantasy Books of 2013, and is over 1000 pages of swashbuckling heroic fantasy When Soren is plucked from the s All three books of The Society of the Sword Trilogy that has been described as Game of Thrones meets The Three Musketeers This omnibus edition contains all three parts of the trilogy, including The Tattered Banner, which was featured on BuzzFeed s 12 Greatest Fantasy Books of 2013, and is over 1000 pages of swashbuckling heroic fantasy.When Soren is plucked from the streets and given a place at the prestigious academy of swordsmanship, he thinks his dream of being a great swordsman has become a possibility However, with great intrigues unfolding all around him, Soren discovers that he is little than a pawn to the ambitions of others As he is swept from high society into exile in foreign lands to escape those who see him as a threat, he must rely on a mysterious gift and the lessons learned at the academy if he hopes to survive in a society where disputes are settled with a sword Get your copy now and save 20% over the individual list prices The Tattered Banner Book 1 In a land where magic is outlawed, ability with a sword is prized above all else For Soren this means the chance to live out his dreams.Plucked from a life of privation, he is given a coveted place at Ostenheim s Academy of Swordsmanship, an opportunity beyond belief.Opportunity is not always what it seems however, and gifts rarely come without conditions Soren becomes an unwitting pawn in a game of intrigue and treachery that could cost him not just his dreams, but also his life.The Huntsman s Amulet Book 2 Alone in a foreign land, Soren must come to terms with loss and a gift that has been as much a burden as a benefit.A long abandoned city may hold the answers he seeks about the Gift of Grace, but a lethal assassin proves that old enemies have not forgotten him.As misfortune pulls him ever farther from an unsettled score, he finds hope in an unexpected place The Telastrian Song Book 3 A remote farm and meagre crops are a far cry from Ostenheim and the life of a banneret, but they are not far enough For Soren to be free of Amero, there is only one answer.In Ostenheim, Duke Amero presides over a war weary population and an empty treasury, but still he hungers for .An Intelligencier uncovers the disturbing resurgence of sorcery in the city, while an avaricious colleague sees the chance to prove his worth to the Duke.Enemies and allies emerge from unexpected places, as Soren must face his former patron and idol for a final reckoning.

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    1. I loved this trilogy and devoured the entire trilogy in a few days. Soren can't believe his luck when he's plucked from the streets and sent to the prestigious academy where the noblemen send there sons. He wants to repay his mentor, but as time passes he realizes that it wasn't kindness and benevolence that prompted his mentor to sponsor him.The book has a few problems, it seems as if Soren just goes from problem to problem without understanding the reason or the consequences. I understand that [...]

    2. This was a really good trilogy. The main character shows growth from his origin through this ascent into the ranks of the Bannerets. Over the course of the books, you really get a sense for how the cast of characters grow, evolve, and change the world based on their actions. Not every series gets this right and this series did,

    3. I picked this up after I had read Duncan's newest trilogy. I did it backwards but still enjoyed seeing some of the side characters from that one when they were younger. I could definitely tell he has improved in his writing as well. All in all I enjoyed it and am hoping to get a in depth review done at some point for my blog thebloggoblin/

    4. Well done!There are many reasons I give the author such high rating, I shall name only there. The story is well developed and the characters are not flat - a mixture of good and evil. The ethical lesson of the trilogy is that good triumphs and evil is punished, something often forgotten in our amoral times. Last but not least, is the understanding that humanity may err but is redeemable. Thank you Duncan

    5. A really engaging story with a great central character and many plot twists to keep it interesting. However, the pace is too fast for my liking - it would really have benefitted from taking some time to develop characters and the world in which it is set (really only the central character has any kind of development, and that's still quite lacking). The female characters are weak but at least the author is not patronising towards them (unlike George R R Martin or Raymond E Feist). It is a shame [...]

    6. When I started book 1 of this trilogy, I really liked Soren and couldn't wait to hear about his journey, by book 2, I was getting a little skeptical about his intelligence and by book 3 I was rolling my eyes and calling him stupid way too many times. It's not that I didn't enjoy the trilogy as a whole, I just thought Soren was mentally challenged at the worse timesyou know, like when he's fighting for his life. The secondary characters were very interesting and I wish there was a little more sto [...]

    7. FINALLY! An epic tale I literally couldn't put down for hours on end. I've been wanting to read this trilogy, but I kept putting it off. I'm glad I finally did. I wish I could find more books like this that grab you from the first page and keep you on the edge of your seat until the end. Following Soren's tale from a street orphan toe end (don't want to spoil it for anyone) was an adventure I wish still continued on!

    8. A bit long winded I mostly enjoyed this. The main character has a touch of the Mary Sue about him, but I think that's pretty standard in fantasy. It also could have done with a bit of editing in places, and relies a bit too much on Oriental tropes of the middle east considering it's set in a constructed world (deserts and harems for eg). Overall though, a pretty good example of the sword and sorcery genre, with more emphasis on the sword.

    9. Fantasy at its bestClassic fantasy coming of age tale. The main character soran is very strong and you get a real connection which draws you in to the tale. For a fantasy fan who has read many books over the years there is something very enjoyable about this trilogy and the world created.

    10. Could not stop reading I'm not really one for reading so I had to find something to do while I wait for G.O.T. to come back on and I found Duncan Hamilton I've read a few of his books and they are all pretty good

    11. The Trilogy is definitely worth the read. The characters don’t evolve as much as some of the other authors I read but still great stories. I did feel there were a lot of things left unresolved but maybe I’m just being picky.

    12. I listened to the trilogy on Audible, and could not put it down. The story was engaging, the world well built with a deep history and broad geography, and relatable characters. The narrator did an excellent job of bringing the books to life.

    13. Decent readI expected more from this series and felt like giving up after the second book, which ended so abruptly. Despite that I have given it three stars, it was a decent read but not the masterpiece some reviewers think.

    14. Excellent from start to finishI hope there is more to come, I want to know more about this world, it's inhabitants and The Twelve.

    15. A solid, if superficial, series.While well-written, there were times useful exposition or detailed storytelling were missing. Overall, however, the series was a fun read.

    16. Really fun and engaging read. The story is compelling and kept me turning the page, though things slowed down a tad in the third book. But only a tad!

    17. Good seriesIt was a fun read. Good characters and an interesting world. In this boxed set you can see the effort put into the world building as each novel added a layer if complexity. Worth the price of admission!The only downside was the stereotypical role of the bank at the end. Too much of a kingmaker similar to Joe Abercrombie "First Argument of Kings" and Game of Thrones

    18. If you are expecting something new, then this isn't it, if like me you have read one or two Fantasy books then you can see where some of the ideas came from. This is no bad thing & generally it was a decent read, the first book is by far the best. Mr Hamilton though has a habit of building up a situation then leaving the reader a bit deflated on how quickly it is resolved, almost like he gets fed up- not the only author that does this.For some strange reason, I suspect he needed a bit of pad [...]

    19. Good endingEnjoyed the series overall. Easily top 5 KU fantasy series. His new book The Wolf of the North is amazing

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