Trail of the Gods (Morcyth Saga Series #4)

Trail of the Gods (Morcyth Saga Series #4)

by Brian S. Pratt

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Trail of the Gods (Morcyth Saga Series #4) by Brian S. Pratt

The 'Fire' a powerful artifact of the god Dmon-Li has fallen into James' hands. A spirit of a former Priest of Morcyth told him he must hide it, for should the followers of Dmon-Li reacquire it, the results would be devastating for this world.

James begins experimenting with magic in order to use it to aid in the hiding of the Fire. Unlocking the secrets behind the crystal he found in the swamp, he learns to harness magical energy to aid him in this endeavor.

His quest for answers eventually draws James and Jiron to the enemy occupied town of Saragon, where they have been told the last High Priest of Morcyth was born. There he hopes to discover a clue as to where the last of Morcyth's priests went after abandoning the High Temple in the City of Light. They make their way through enemy occupied Madoc to Saragon where they begin scouring the city under the very nose of the Empire!

For further information about Trail of the Gods, or any of the other books written by Brian S. Pratt, go to the author's offcicial website at: www.briansprattbooks.com.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780984312795
Publisher: Briansprattbooks
Publication date: 05/13/2011
Series: Morcyth Saga Series , #4
Pages: 262
Sales rank: 668,628
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)

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Trail of the Gods 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 361 reviews.
Soulrescue More than 1 year ago
I got the first one for free, just to have the power of doing so, but when i began to read it, it instantly caught my attention. This was nothing like I've ever read before. And I loved it! Im currently waiting on getting enough money to buy the 4th and 5th books, But I defineatly recommemd it for reading.
Bellae More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be much like the previous books in the series. This isn't an award winning story. It also isn't the worst thing I have read. It is merely an entertaining story. Although, some aspects of the story are starting to get a little old. I see certain elements being repeated from previous books. I don't know if this is supposed to reinforcing the point. Or if the author thinks the reader can't remember details from earlier. I still plan on finishing the series. And will most likely read more from this author. I just don't think I would purchase the hardback editions for my permanent library.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got the first one for free. Didn't know if I'd like it, but what do you have to lose for free, right? NOTHING!! I've purchased all that are available from this series. I keep checking for the others. The main character keeps tring to do the best he can at the time, but finds out there are consequences for your actions. For instance, in one of these, he & his companions are in the desert, and he, being a mage, pulls water from the earth to water them & their mounts only to get up the next day to travel and find that they've completely drained the next town of their only water supply and the town well is now dry & someone else is being blamed. Now they have to save him from persecution & a death sentence. To think of the trouble you could cause, even accidentally, if you were a new mage.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In 'The Trail of the Gods', Pratt changes gears a little. Instead of nonstsop action, James is actually given a chance to do a little research into the workings of magic. Now, I'm not saying nothing happens, on the contrary his life is anything but tranquil. Through his research, he learns to harness and store the magic. His ability in doing that is crucial to one of the pivotal points of the story, where he and others go and..well, I won't give it away. Suffice to say, this is one very good fantasy adventure that I recommend to anyone.
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I think the author drags out details too much it's a good story but not one that is hard to put down and do something else
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I really love the books in this series regardless of the numerous errors. So many twists and turns. I find myself laughing out loud at times.
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I started reading the series because I just needed to pass the time, and I was holding it with a grin of salt. Unfortunately it was well written and I couldn't put it down, much to the chagrin of my wife. Though there are several writing errors it was still easy to get into the next chapter and feel for the protagonist and his friends. If you enjoyed books by David Eddings, Ed Greenwood, Mary Weis, Tracy Hickman and R.A Salvatore, this series is for you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is one of the best in the series this is my favorite fantasy series ever I think anyone over ten would enjoy this Eric saga
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