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Initiate S Trial: First Book of Sword of the Canon (the Wars of Light and Shadow, Book 9)

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  • Posted October 17, 2011

    Magnificent!

    I'll write more of a review later, but for now just want to comment on the weird fact that all of her ebooks are available only after you click on this one! What kind of idiot marketing strategy is that? How do you propose to beat Amazon with that kind of lunacy? Good god, Barnes & Noble. I'm rooting for you but get a grip! If you want to sell books, you have to show them as available on the main page, not as an 'oh by the way, there are more books by this author below'.

    STUPID!

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2014

    Moving forward too slowly

    Not too much new here except we jump 250 years forward.. this book was copyrighted in 2010 and the next book is not available. Still too many unanswered questions pending a future book. By the title, I expected some involvement with the priests but other than Lysaer using his power again, there was no real interaction. I have stuck with this series and would love to see it move towards closure. Then we could read some of her other books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2012

    Not the best of the series

    Plot sloughs thru the verbosity until it creaks to halt

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  • Posted August 3, 2012

    I've been following this series since it began and I'm still a f

    I've been following this series since it began and I'm still a fan. The beginning of this book was a surprise; 250 years have passed since the end of the previous book Stormed Fortress. This provides many new characters although the major players with arcane longevity remain the same. While much of the plot was familiar (Arithon is still on the run and blamed for everything that happens) some of the sub plots from previous books have been resolved in that lapsed time. I enjoyed some new insights. Lysaer is portrayed in a more sympathetic light as he fights the mistwraith's curse. Dakar shows more competence as a sorcerer even as he no longer enjoys the Fellowship's protection. The connection between Arithon, the desert tribes, and the Koriathain Prime finally solidified for me. Overall, I thought this was a good addition to the series and I look forward to the next one.

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