The Immortals of Myrdwyer: A Mages of Bloodmyr Novel: Book #3 by Brian Kittrell

The Immortals of Myrdwyer: A Mages of Bloodmyr Novel: Book #3

By Brian Kittrell

  • Release Date: 2012-07-21
  • Genre: Epic
Score: 4.5
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Description

Laedron hasn't been able to sleep for a week, yet he feels fresh and invigorated. He heals at an extraordinary rate, and finds that his hunger is satisfied by only a few morsels of food each day. Enhanced by the use of a soulstone, a vicar's restoration spell has done much more than cure Laedron's wounds, and a book with no name might be the key to discovering why. Unfamiliar with the deep implications of the magic behind his newfound abilities, he feels like his life is spinning out of control, and he must know the truth.Laedron leads his companions to a land of vast pine forests to learn more of his condition, for the book mentions some of his symptoms and hints at the oldest secrets of mages. When he arrives in Lasoron, a strange old woman points him in the direction of the ancient ruins of Myrdwyer to uncover the answers he so desperately seeks.An old feud, a host of soul-sucking enemies, and a madman bent on revenge stand between him and the answers he hopes to find, but he soon learns that some secrets are better left unknown to mortals.The Circle of Sorcerers, Book #1, and The Consuls of the Vicariate, Book #2, of the Mages of Bloodmyr Series, precede this book.This series is complete.

Reviews

  • Possible spoilers

    5
    By Pangy54321
    I look forward to reading more of this series If the author writes more. There seem to be so many unanswered questions. Are the zyvdredi still plotting. Will marac join the group again? What happened to the crystal life forms? More on the love aspect?
  • Not Too Shabby

    2
    By Caaeroil
    I have just completed the Mages of Bloodmyr series. All in all the series was professionally written, creative and had a sound story line. My critique: The story seemed rushed at times leaving this reader feeling that there should have been more to certain parts of the story. If I had any real criticism it would be that there were several inconsistencies that left me scratching my head. One example is the timeline... The series takes place in just one month (character time)... Yet in that time the protagonist leaves home; lives with a great sorcerer for a couple of days where he becomes adept at magic from a novice; travels from continent to continent; travels on foot or horseback across a continent several times where he engages in 3 separate, major adventures; travels back from continent to continent... In just 30 days? Inconsistencies notwithstanding, Brian Kittrell manages to create a story that held my attention, enticed me to purchase his books and left me wanting more. I would recommend the series to anyone who wants a quick, interesting read.

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