The Sword of the South

The Sword of the South

by David Weber

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The Sword of the South 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My only complaint is the time lapse from the last of the War God books to this one. I didn't want to miss ANYthing! Now I can't wait for more of this story line!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
well+written+with+richly+developed+characters.++I+have+not+read+previous+volumes+in+the+series+but+that+did+not+affect+my+understanding+or+enjoyment+of+this+book.++Recommended%21
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An excellent way to relax and enjoy a good story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
David Weber books always excellent no matter the genre, but I confess I love the War God's Own series best!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Weber disappoints. The original Bahzell Bloody-hand story was a quest. Bahzell and his sidekick Brandark killed bad guys, fought with demons, saved damsels in distress. It was full of action and witty dialogues. The Sword of the South has none of that. The plot starts with a good promise. A mysterious person followed by Wencit arrives at Bahzell’s tavern. They are attacked that night and leave next morning. Although it has a good start, it immediately falls flat. For the next 150 pages or so, the mysterious person is told all about Bahzell and how he become to be who he was. This is very boring for the people who read all the previous books. What is worse is that, all the narration is written at the level of newspaper reporting. One wonders if Weber wrote this or some untalented ghost writer. A short cameo from Brandark doesn’t save the book. There is no dialogue or banter between Bahzell and Brandark which is very uncharacteristic of them. Book continues with a naval action, appearance of dog brothers, and a dragon or two. There are also many inconsistencies with the previous books. What happened to coursers not carrying anybody other that their wind riders? How come a wizard can control demons? Aren’t demons belong to Sharna and wizards’ patron is Carnadosa? Haven’t Bahzell told dog brothers that if they ever happened to be on his heel again, he will hunt them root and branch with all horse stealers? How come dog brothers have been trying to kill him? Although I am a fan of the series, I cannot recommend this book.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read Great read
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I like this group of books very much.
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