Death or Redemption: The Chronicle Scrolls (Volume 1)

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Death or Redemption: The Chronicle Scrolls (Volume 1)

Death or Redemption The Chronicle Scrolls Volume Drawn in by a group of merciless men Ishbun is unwittingly entangled in a plot to reshape the world Guiding them towards Chem a tol he discovers the truth too late and becomes hostage to an epic fat

  • Title: Death or Redemption: The Chronicle Scrolls (Volume 1)
  • Author: Gregory Stoakes
  • ISBN: 9781480047983
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback
  • Drawn in by a group of merciless men, Ishbun is unwittingly entangled in a plot to reshape the world Guiding them towards Chem a tol, he discovers the truth too late and becomes hostage to an epic fate A perilous enemy is born and a grand battle for survival begins which whisks him through foreign lands, strange peoples and shocking revelations, teaching him wisdom, streDrawn in by a group of merciless men, Ishbun is unwittingly entangled in a plot to reshape the world Guiding them towards Chem a tol, he discovers the truth too late and becomes hostage to an epic fate A perilous enemy is born and a grand battle for survival begins which whisks him through foreign lands, strange peoples and shocking revelations, teaching him wisdom, strength and loyalty Compelled to right his mistakes, Ishbun joins with a King, a Thief, a Lunatic and even the ones that would have seen him dead to fight the Beast of Mortilas Locked in a deadly game of chess with the Gods, he must face war, horror and vile magic to rid the world of this unholy monster Armed with a simple weapon that is charged with the power to destroy this foul creature, Ishbun struggles to keep his feet and not be swept away by the coming apocalypse.

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    1. Dale on said:

      Loved the story line, and the suspenseful building of the plot. The main characters, were colorful and unique.king for a great reade writer has the innate ability to keep you hanging on to read more. Found the world the writer created to be hypnotic and inviting, as I could not stop reading. The writers use of "the timeline" kept the mysterious nature of the story intriguing, and curious.Found it to be good enough to compare with the likes of JR Tolkien and Stephen King. I would strongly recomme [...]

    2. Mark Dean on said:

      In summary A thoroughly enjoyable and engrossing read from an up and coming author. I eagerly await the next installment!The gory details I'm not in the habit of writing book reviews but I think this author and this book really deserves some comment. Besides that the synopsis on the sleeve just does not do it justice! To be perfectly honest it took me some time to get into the story, longer than it might have taken with other books I've read from more established authors. The writing in the firs [...]

    3. Lou on said:

      Very enjoyable read! Most of my prior fantasy reading has been Dragonlance and Lord of the Rings novels, two likewise excellent series. But it was refreshing to get a different cast of characters altogether. There's also a neat combination of serious material mixed with humor (lines like "a beautifully crafted object of horror" just make you smile :)). And, of course, this book passed my "immersion test" early on: where you get so absorbed in what you're reading that you literally jump when some [...]

    4. Ian Armstrong on said:

      Well, the writing style isn't great, I felt that it somewhat lacked detail and description of the world or people to truly spark the imagination and the editing leaves much to be desired. This book, or at least the kindle version I read, had a lot of basic editing errors and typographical mistakes that had me reaching for a mental editing pen. Some of them read like text auto-correct anomalies, including quite regular occurrences of the wholesale substitution of the wrong words making it seem as [...]

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