Sworn to Quell (Courtlight Series #10)

Sworn to Quell (Courtlight Series #10)

by Terah Edun

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BN ID: 2940158904516
Publisher: Terah Edun
Publication date: 07/24/2017
Series: Courtlight Series , #10
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 46,167
File size: 597 KB

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Sworn to Quell (Courtlight Series #10) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This would be a wonderful read if it were properly edited. Unlike earlier installments in the Courtlight series, this book was riddled with grammar errors and missing or inappropriate words. It was not so bad as to be unreadable, but Ms Edun needs to make use of a decent copy editor.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
LadyEmma1119 More than 1 year ago
Terah Edun has done it again! From almost the very beginning she's created a situation for our three heroes where they have to rise above themselves to be able to come out on the other side. All the while she keeps us readers on our toes. Reading this book was very much like riding a roller coaster, except you didn't know which way the roller coaster was going to go. Sworn to Quell has the perfect balance of action and romance as our heroes discover more about themselves, face down a goddess, and get ready for a war.
Meghan0908 More than 1 year ago
This is in my mind a filler from the 9th book. It had so much commotion going on in the beginning. Getting reading for a war to come and not realizing that the God/Goddess was there right in front of them. I enjoyed reading it. But I am sick of it being drug out in the fact its always war. I like the earlier books that there was a break in something rather than something always happening. I also wouldn't mind hearing from Sebastian's mind or pov or Thanars pov. But this book just sets the mood for what's to come.. I cant wait until the next book comes out I hate the waiting part. I have fallen in love with the characters and cant wait to see how it all plays out.
13835877 More than 1 year ago
Terah Edun has created one of my favorite fantasy worlds and several of my favorite characters. I enjoy watching Thanar, Ciardis, and Sebastian's attempt to balance their personal differences and need to work together for the good of the Algardis Empire. Edun packs a ton of action into every single one of her stories and I devour it every time. The action combined with the romance makes for a fast-paced fantasy that you can't put down. P.S. I'm still #TeamSebastian! I voluntarily received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Reading_addict54 More than 1 year ago
"If he came through this whole, Ciardis Weathervane had no doubt that Sebastian Athanos Algardis could withstand anything." This book picks up right from where Sworn to War left off. It is full of turmoil (both inner and between characters) the keeps you guessing. This book allows us to learn a lot more abut our triumvirate along with the ever forocious dragon ambassador. With Sworn to War I was a little dissapointed with the lack of action and a concrete plot line. But not with this book. Normally by the 10th book in a series you find that a lot of the plot is predictable. With Sworn to Quell you are constantly guessing what will happen next and Terah did a great job of throwing in curve balls. This is a great read that you will not regret.
StacyCox78 More than 1 year ago
This was a pleasantly suspenseful book and one of my very favorites of the series. A true jewel among the literary world. I love how to touched on an area of conflict yet to be revealed in a future volume, yet was satisfying enough with not to be annoying. I also loved seeing Thanar's character evolve into a more likeable being. The blutgott also making a very shocking appearance was an added prize.
msummerset More than 1 year ago
love this series! VERY GOOD CHARACTERS!
JLopez05 More than 1 year ago
The Wondering Thoughts of Ciardis Weathervane... I really love the courtlight saga but much like book 9, Sworn to War, the plot of Sworn to Quell gets lost and dragged out through the wondering thoughts of Ciardis Weathervane. Sworn to Quell picks up after the death of the Emperor where Sebastian, Ciardis, and Thanar must confer with Conclave members in order to plot a strategic attack for their upcoming battle against the Blutgott God while watching out for spies and traitors. I was extremely disappointed that this book was a lot like Sworn to War in which a lot of pages were used for inner dialogue vs interaction amongst the characters or involvement with the scene. I had a difficult time staying interested and focused because the narrative would constantly get lost in the internal dialogue of Ciardis while over explaining her thoughts, feelings, and assumptions without adding value to the on going plot. If this was cut out of the book, the story would of been extremely short. I feel as though Sworn to War and Quell could have cut out a lot of the internal dialogue and been one book instead of dragging out the storyline with meaningless banter. As a result I am extremely unsettled and upset because I am beginning to lose interest in a saga I have invested so much time and love in these characters and world. I received an ARC for my honest opinion and review.