The Silver Kings (The Silver Kings, #3)

The Silver Kings (The Silver Kings, #3) Praised By The Likes Of Joe Abercrombie And Brent Weeks, Stephen Deas Has Made Dragons His Own The Silver King, Half God, Legend And Myth, Is Returning Once He Fought His Brother, The Black Moon, And His Dragons, And Was Defeated But The Black Moon Was Also Weakened, And A Millennia Has Passed Humanity Has Grown Used To A World Without Gods, A World Where They Were Masters Of All Including The Terrifying Dragons But The Dragons Have Awakened, The Hole In Reality Is Expanding, And The Shackles That Kept The Half Gods Controlled Have Been Broken The Black Moon Lives On In The Body Of Berren Crowntaker, And Has Taken Control With An Army Behind Him, The Dragons Above And The Dragon Queen At His Side, He Goes To War With His Brother The Worlds Are Turning, And Only One Thing Is Sure There Will Be An Ending THE SILVER KING Is The Triumphant Conclusion To One Of The Most Brutal And Wide Ranging Fantasy Series Of Recent Years. I want to show you what I think this means, she said The story of the Black Moon and the Silver KingA second moon, dark and unholy, chasing the sun across the sky, a little closer with every dawn until the Splintering comes and rips the world apart, and the other moon, the dark moon of the dead goddess, shatters, and its pieces fall across the earthThis final instalment in Stephen Deas epic Memory of Flames series was also the most difficult to rate The prose has been steadily impI want to show you what I think this means, she said The story of the Black Moon and the Silver KingA second moon, dark and unholy, chasing the sun across the sky, a little closer with every dawn until the Splintering comes and rips the world apart, and the o
This is going to be a review of both this book, this series and the previous books I ll try and avoid spoilers as I don t like to retread plot details but giveof an impression and how I feel about the books.First off Dragons, dragons anddragons If you love dragons then Stephen Deas is the author for you please give him a go as we need him to carry on writingof these books.The Silver Kings is book 3 in this series but draws heavily on the Black Mausoleum, the Memory of Flame This is going to be a review of both this book, this series and the previous books I ll try and avoid spoilers as I don t like to retread plot details but giveof an impression and how I feel about the books.First off Dragons, dragons anddragons If you love dragons then Stephen Deas is the author for you please give him a go as we need him to carry on writingof these books.The Silver Kings is book 3 in this series but draws heavily on the Black Mausoleum, the Memory of Flames trilogy
Very satisfying to the Silver Kings series as well the related Memory of Flames Thief Takers Apprentice trilogies, ideally you ve read about 9 books to fully understand what s going on Won t go into the details about the plot because to those unfamiliar with the series it ll honestly sound like gibberish I ve read them all I wasn t fully sure what was going on at times throughout the series that seems to be by design though as everything is quite clearly set down in this install Very satisfying to the Silver Kings series as well the related Memory of Flames Thief Takers Apprentice trilogies, ideally you ve read about 9 books to fully understand what s going on Won t go into the details about the plot because to those unfamiliar with the series it ll honestly sound like gibberish I ve read them all I wasn t fully sure what was going on at times throughout the series that seems to be by design though as everything is quite clearly set down in this installment Plays around with chron
Well so much for a happy ever after ending. How disappointing.The first 3 dragon novels were novel, fast paced, involving, complex.The black mausoleum was a little different, but still fitted.Then things went wrong, or at least, that s how i feel about it Stephen introduced an odd style, cutting back and forwards in time, leaving the novels dis ordered The black mausoleum belongs after the dragon queen, for example A sense of deja vu evolved, as we already knew the outcomes of various situations.In this book, Stephen takes it to extre How disappointing.The first 3 dragon novels were novel, fast paced, involving, complex.The black mausoleum was a little different, but still fitted.Then things went wrong, or at least, that s how i feel about it Stephen introduced an odd style, cutting back and forwards in time, leaving the novels dis ordered The black mausoleum belongs after the dragon queen, for example A sense of deja vu evolved, as we already knew the outcomes of various situations.In this book, Stephen takes it to extremes, chopping back and forwards chapter by chapter I m not sure if it is an attempt to add tension, or simply a result of rushing a number of sketched out concepts to print Perhaps Stephen felt that the story would be too linear and obvious and tried to hide it with unnecessary stylistic tricks I don t want to add any spoilers, so i m going to limit what i say I was disappointed in the sheer decentness of some of the characters, who seemed to dissolve from complex and unlikable
Wow, okay, the end of a 10 book odyssey is upon me The four stars here really relate to the series as a whole, as well as The Silver Kings Though perhaps in need of a bit of slimming down editing, the Memory of Flames series leaves one with a very satisfied feeling Deas has created a rich and varied world worlds, really , full of memorable characters Many are one note, though in a very genuine way The masterstroke of the series, however, turns out to be the Dragon Queen Zafir and her drago Wow, okay, the end of a 10 book odyssey is upon me The four stars here really relate to the series as a whole, as well as The Silver Kings Though perhaps in need of a bit of slimming down editing, the Memory of Flames series leaves one with a very satisfied feelin
Very well thought out Ties everything up really nicely Again, Zafir goes through some serious changes, and I mean serious changes Turaan is the man Diamond Eye kicks ass.Bellepheros is a rock Chay Liang, very cool
Somehow this book didn t quite do it for me, with the pseudo ending of the story Pseudo because he left a ton of loose ends I didn t hate this book or anything, but it didn t live up to my expectations The last two in this trilogy seemed much better. Acquiered February 25, 2016 Science fiction bokhandeln, bokrea 79 kr.

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  • Paperback
  • 576 pages
  • The Silver Kings (The Silver Kings, #3)
  • Stephen Deas
  • English
  • 09 April 2017
  • 0575100613