The Mists of Sorrow: The Morcyth Saga Book Seven

The Mists of Sorrow: The Morcyth Saga Book Seven

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by Brian S. Pratt
     
 

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Here in the climactic conclusion of The Morcyth Saga, James finally learns what he was brought to this world to do, and almost too late.

More magic in this one than in any other.

Overview

Here in the climactic conclusion of The Morcyth Saga, James finally learns what he was brought to this world to do, and almost too late.

More magic in this one than in any other.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000691243
Publisher:
Brian S. Pratt
Publication date:
03/31/2009
Series:
Morcyth Saga , #7
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
68,853
File size:
510 KB

Meet the Author

Born in Modesto, California, Brian graduated high school in 1985 and went into the Air Force where he trained as an Avionic Specialist on the F-117A Stealth Fighter.
When his tour of duty ended, he tried his hand as a Pizza Hut delivery driver where he quickly rose to become General Manager of a delivery unit in Edmonds, WA and continued as such for several years.
Then after a short stint driving a taxi, he spent two years teaching teenagers how to drive. (Not as stressful as one would imagine.) He now writes full time in Washington, USA.
His published works include:
The Morcyth Saga (7 Books)
Travail of The Dark Mage (2 Books)
Improbable Adventures of Scar and Potbelly (series)
The Broken Key Trilogy (3 Books)
Dungeon Crawler Adventures (2 Books)
The Adventurer's Guild (2 Books)
Ring of the Or'tux (Stand Alone)

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The Mists of Sorrow: Book Seven of The Morcyth Saga 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 321 reviews.
cdcjamaica59 More than 1 year ago
I am a fantasy reader through and through. Whether it be child, teen or adult. This series has no gaps or slow areas. It's a constant page turner. I read the first seven books in Part one of the series, back to back. God bless the Nook. I read all seven in a week from The Unsuspecting Mage to the Mists of Sorrow and I was not disappointed. It's a quick read with a great story. I fell in love with all the characters especially James, Jiron, Jira and Miko. The story is fast paced, and you just never want it to end. I laughed, cried, and yelled. It was just awesome. I just finished Part Two of the series with Book one, The Travail of the Dark Mage series Light in the Barren Lands, where James is teleported back to Earth. I cant wait for Book two.
ArmyKate More than 1 year ago
Fantastic end to a great series of books with interesting plots and fast paced, engaging action. I was thrilled with the climatic ending to this series and grateful to finally be done with the authors TRAIN WRECK writing style. The only thing that makes these books difficult to finish is the authors poor grasp of the English language and refusal to hire an editor. Please Mr. Pratt, pay an editor! I'll edit your books for free if you like! My nine year old writes better than this and you are destroying you incredibly imaginative plots with your illiteracy.
xxxBUZZ More than 1 year ago
I downloaded this for free, and now I know why, there are 7 more that I HAVE to buy now. The writing is simple, it's descriptive, and it's amazing. Think Robert Jordan but in simple mans english. I never find myself confused and I am always entertained. I find myself picturing a man sitting at a desk covered in fantasy maps, dice, and fantasy books while pounding away on his type writer or old IBM laptop. You will feel that anyone who loves fantasy and writing could have written this book, but we didn't, Brian S. Pratt did, and I thank him for it. For the past few years I have cramed near 50 fantasy books from three superb authors into my head. I started with R.A. Salvatore's entire Drizzt series, then Robin Hobb, and recently Tracy Hickman & Margarat Weis's complete Dragon Lance original series. All amazing. This book, completely different, but also VERY amazing. It brings to mind the Chronicles of Narnia, A Wrinkle in Time, and a number of wonderfull books I read as a child. I am constantly reminded of Mark Twains, "A Yankee in King Arthurs Court" while I'm reading this book.
bookreader69 More than 1 year ago
i think he wraped up the story line too fast! it was a very good saga but it loeft me wanting more but i also left with the feeling that easent over and he could of added one or two mor books to explane more
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love this series. There were a few errors though.like, 'the hackles on the back of his neck raise' . Hackles is supposed to be hair i assume. Overall AMAZING series. Funny error. Hehehe
Kracket More than 1 year ago
If this is the last book for the Morcyth Saga Series I will be really sad... I mean we as readers can basically imagine what comes next but would it hurt so much to add say 4-5 more books to the series to finish it all up...
lost_in_words More than 1 year ago
The story is grand with room to grow. Like others I could not put down the series. While a light touch to editing could be used, it improves as the series matures. I easily adjusted to the writing style and thouroughly enjoyed the series. I got two words for the author, keep writing!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There were no dull moments in this final book. It was very hard to put down. I agree with some of the other reviewers that have commented on the lack of simple editing errors that can sometime get in the way, but I still enjoyed the series and have started the sequel series; Jira's a hoot!
Nijabejo More than 1 year ago
I downloaded the first book of this series the day I received my Nook..Christmas. At first, the writing was a bit of a bother, being somewhat muddled between first person and childish, but you soon forget that and get wrapped up in the story. I have downloaded six of the seven and plan on getting the 7th on payday! Hate to have it end almost. I highly recommend these books. I am letting my grandson read mine. Good clean entertainment. I will be checking Mr. Pratt's other books out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This 7th and last book of Morcyth saga is indescribably good. So much action and suspense, surprises and victories. Wow! Now, I'll reread the books because the first read was non-stop. I recommend this series!
Anonymous 6 months ago
A very good read, I couldn't put it down
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If u can get past the editing errors, it's a great book. I was a little disappointed with the length of the books, but with work and gaming, it turned out to be the perfect length.
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Great series
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This book was great. Will read again and again.
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Honest to God. That's what he wrote.
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