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Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li: Book Three of The Morcyth Saga
     

Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li: Book Three of The Morcyth Saga

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by Brian S. Pratt
 

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When James destroyed the Iron Mines at Sorna in a mammoth volcanic eruption after rescuing Miko from his enslavement, massive tsunamis wreaked havoc all along the Empire's coastland. This brought the attention of certain powers within the Empire to bear.

Now with a warrior priest of Dmon-Li in pursuit, James must lead the others safely out of the Empire to the

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When James destroyed the Iron Mines at Sorna in a mammoth volcanic eruption after rescuing Miko from his enslavement, massive tsunamis wreaked havoc all along the Empire's coastland. This brought the attention of certain powers within the Empire to bear.

Now with a warrior priest of Dmon-Li in pursuit, James must lead the others safely out of the Empire to the relative safety of the kingdom of Cardri. After a disastrous sea voyage leaves them shipwrecked on the coast of an unforgiving swamp full of cannibals and ferocious creatures, they must forge their way north in an attempt to escape the clutches of the Empire.

In the Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li, James is tested to the very limits of his endurance and intelligence. With Miko and Jiron beside him, he faces incredible challenges, both in battle and in reasoning. Their very survival will depend on how well he meets these challenges.

For more information concerning Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li, or any of the other books written by Brian S. Pratt, visit the author's official website at: www.briansprattbooks.com.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984312788
Publisher:
Briansprattbooks
Publication date:
05/11/2011
Pages:
348
Sales rank:
555,616
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

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Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 442 reviews.
Yawgnimeh More than 1 year ago
Writing Style a little juvenile but all in all entertaining series so far! It keeps me reading...can't put it down. And by the way Barnes and Noble DOES carry the entire series.
jk-hendo More than 1 year ago
I've really enjoyed this series so far. There's a little of everything - fantasy, sci-fi, excitement and friendship. Brian Pratt does a good job describing what is happening - if you are a visual reader - you will definitely get some great "pictures" in your mind of what is happening with this story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im sure this book will be phenomonal! Ive read the first and second,and plan on reading the entire series. This is a must-read! I can't put it down!
mommaSR More than 1 year ago
this entire series is fabulous. it is hard to put them down without wondering what is going to happen next. i am not one to read out of my normal genre,but my husband downloaded the free one and i thought it was one of mine.i read it and got hooked right away. 3 days later i am finishing this book and it has me as hooked as the first one. i like the story line ,the characters and they way they flow together. thank you mr pratt for the series, who knows i might just continue reading all of your works.
MaVricK_de_Payens More than 1 year ago
The fact that he never descibes how the main character looks, is an appeal to me cause i imagine myself as james, which fully immersed in the story.
Bellae More than 1 year ago
This is book 3 in the series. Book 2 is not carried by B&N for some reason. I enjoyed book 2 as well as this one. The writing style is different from other authors. And at times I find it a little difficult to follow. There are several places where the author jumps from telling the story from one characters point of view to another without any warning. It isn't until you are several sentences into the paragraph when you realize that you aren't where you thought you should be. Even with that flaw, I find the story refreshing. And the story telling entertaining.
Harawain More than 1 year ago
The stories he's telling are fairly good, but the grammar is atrocious. Feels like I'm reading a twelve year old's writing. You'd think that after having written a few books, he'd take a class or something to make his writing better. I have read several of his books, and they are all the same - fairly good storyline but horrible grammar. I've read enough of this writer's books.
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The plot and characters are great and it keeps you wanting more. The only negative I can see is the odd phrasing throughout the books. The author over uses the word "upon" and it makes the reading not flow as well as it should. Over all I like the book just wish he would change his choice of wording sometimes.
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Been reading each book in about a two day period i enjoy it so much.
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Your gay
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