Sworn to War (Courtlight Series #9)

Sworn to War (Courtlight Series #9)

by Terah Edun

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BN ID: 2940152816136
Publisher: Terah Edun
Publication date: 07/29/2016
Series: Courtlight Series , #9
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 82,798
File size: 450 KB

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Sworn to War (Courtlight Series #9) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I purchased Courtlight Book # 9 Sworn to War. When I go to My Library it shows the correct book. When i click on it, it open to the wrong book. The book that opens is Courtlight Book # 8 Sworn to Sovereignty.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read all 9 books in 10 dsys. I give the story a complete full 10. But I give the proofreading to type setters a 3. This whole series has so many typographical misdeads, even words missed, or sometimes wrong words used in the sentences. The writer has a great story here, but the written word on my e-book really has unacceptable mustsjed. It's worse than watched a movie with numerous bad editing in the final cut. Although, this series could be looked at for a tv or Netflix or Hulu Orginals series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Courtlight was one of my favorite series of all time. That’s why it is so hard to write this review. The first six books of this series were wonderful. With each book the story developed, the characters grew and the authors writing matured beautifully. Then a year went by and Books 7-9 came out. The simplest way to say this is that the author’s writing deteriorated significantly in that year. Book 7 was immature, dull and lifeless. Book 8 was confusing and poorly organized. This book, Courtlight 9, Sworn to War was just awful. It feels as if she wrote it in one sitting without proofreading or even thinking. The highlight of the first six books (besides the creative plot devices) was the interactions between the characters. The beautifully developed friendship to romance between Ciardis and Sebastian. The attraction between Ciardis and Thanar. The tension and interactions between the three of them (especially in Books 4 and 6). So subtle and well done. But by book 7, she just dropped all of this- the best aspect of her writing- Gone. It feels like somewhere between Books 6 and 7 the author forgot how to write her own story/characters. I don’t think at this point the story can be saved.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down, but do wish the ending was a bit better
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it!! I really liked Ciardis's love affair between Sebastian and Thanar!! (I'm leaning more towards Thanar xD)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down. Am now getting the next book. This Is a great series. Even though the books were spread apart it was easy to follow the action and the story flowed so nicely from one installment to the next. Off to start book 9. Can't wait.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The best one yet by far!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another amazing instalment to this series! I received an ARC copy for an honest review and am here to say that this book kept me on the edge of my seat!! You will be sent on an emotional rollercoaster and not knowing who to trust. As we watch the fate of Ciardis, Sebastian, and Thanar continue to play out you will experience every possible emotion. And in her typical style Terah once again leaves us with a cliff hanger. I await the next book eagerly!
LadyEmma1119 More than 1 year ago
Sworn to War is nonstop right out of the gate. Ciardis, Sebastian, and Thanar confront the emperor and demand justice for the atrocities he has committed against the empire, but of course nothing goes as they have actually planned for it to go! Each of three bond mates has their own struggles that they must face, but Ciardis takes you on an emotional rollercoaster from the very beginning. At the end some questions are answered, but in her usual style Terah Edun leaves us with a cliff hanger that has us begging for the book to not be over!