The Weight of Honor (Kings and Sorcerers--Book 3)

The Weight of Honor (Kings and Sorcerers--Book 3)

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by Morgan Rice
     
 

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In THE WEIGHT OF HONOR, Kyra finally meets her cryptic uncle, and is shocked to discover he is not the man she expected. She embarks on a period of training which will test her stamina and her frustration, as she soon encounters the limits of her power. Unable to summon her dragon, unable to search deep within, and feeling an urgency to help in her father's wars, Kyra

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In THE WEIGHT OF HONOR, Kyra finally meets her cryptic uncle, and is shocked to discover he is not the man she expected. She embarks on a period of training which will test her stamina and her frustration, as she soon encounters the limits of her power. Unable to summon her dragon, unable to search deep within, and feeling an urgency to help in her father's wars, Kyra doubts if she will ever become the warrior she thought she was. And when she meets a mysterious boy, more powerful than her, deep in the forest, she wonders what her future really has in store for her.

Duncan must descend the peaks of Kos with his new army and, vastly outnumbered, launch a risky invasion on the capital. If he wins, waiting behind its ancient walls, he knows, will be the old king and his nest of nobles and aristocrats, all with their own agendas, all of them as quick to betray as they are to embrace. Unifying Escalon may, indeed, be harder than freeing it.

Alec, in Ur, must tap his unique skills in the forge to aid the resistance if they have any chance of defending against the looming Pandesian invasion. He is awestruck when he encounters Dierdre, the strongest girl he has ever meet. The time she has a chance to make a stand against Pandesia, and as she bravely faces off, she who wonders if her father and his men will have her back this time.

Alec, in Ur, must tap his unique skills in the forge to aid the resistance if they have any chance of defending against the looming Pandesian invasion. He is awestruck when he encounters Dierdre, the strongest girl he has ever met. This time she has a chance to make a stand against Pandesia, and as she bravely faces off, she wonders if her father and his men will have her back this time.

Vesuvius leads his Troll nation across a vulnerable Escalon, devastating the land, while Theos, enraged at what becomes of his son, is on a rampage himself, and will not stop until all of Escalon is aflame.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781632917379
Publisher:
Morgan Rice
Publication date:
07/08/2016
Series:
Kings and Sorcerers , #3
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
218,411
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.30(d)

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The Weight of Honor (Kings and Sorcerers--Book 3) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not sure if they released the wrong version of this or no one bothered to edit it first. There were so many times when characters were referred to by the incorrect name and even more times that the wrong tense or verb form were used which really distracted me from the story. I am not willing to pay money to find out what happens next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I believe that whoever proof reads these books before publishing should find a new job a lot of errors in the story could have been corrected by simple reading
Anonymous 15 days ago
lots of twists and turns. Some you see coming some you don't.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Anonymous 11 months ago
Very good read.
TheSaintly More than 1 year ago
This story just keeps getting better. I give the story 5 stars, but the editing does distract from the story (that is why there is a lower rating) – example is in chapter 13 which tells what is happening to Dierdre when she goes to confront her father – uses Krya name instead of Dierdre. There are a number of occurrences like this as well as many grammatical errors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was amazing but whoever edited this should've reread it and fixed it since words are to close together.