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As the Jaegal Empire moves to war against the city-state of Apsia, an unknown player begins to manipulate events, and long-hidden secrets come to light that threaten not only the outcome of the war, but also the fabric of reality itself.Erlandr, the sorcerer who longs to die and cannot, searches for the truth of his past while being guarded by his once friend Adence. The pAs the Jaegal Empire moves to war against the city-state of Apsia, an unknown player begins to manipulate events, and long-hidden secrets come to light that threaten not only the outcome of the war, but also the fabric of reality itself.Erlandr, the sorcerer who longs to die and cannot, searches for the truth of his past while being guarded by his once friend Adence. The priestess Irwa seeks to conceal her past as she draws closer and closer to the man she has been sent to assassinate. Joaquim, son of a ruined merchant, is driven to smuggling--and worse--to shore up the family fortune. And Dag, once a killer for hire, has been drawn out of retirement for one last job....

Title : fold thunder
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ISBN : 11325631
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 403 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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fold thunder Reviews

  • Kendra
    2018-11-30 01:15

    FOLD THUNDER is a complex fantasy-adventure of betrayal, intrigue and revolt. Told from the viewpoint of four different characters, the reader slowly learns about the turmoil in the nation. Turmoil that includes assassins, smugglers, thieves, and more. I think the author has thought about this world a great deal and knew exactly how he wanted it to be realized. I for one was a little confused with all of the magical language and gods' names. I would have appreciated a glossary or an addendum with a bit of explanation of this world. As the body count went up, I became less and less interested in the characters. A little description of the battles is okay, but it seemed like that's all I was reading about at times. I wanted more about the characters as related to the story -- I didn't have to read every detail about the battle. It made things a bit slow-going for me when that happened. I was disappointed at the ending, but that's a personal fault not the author's. I don't want to spoil anything, so I'll just say that I want to feel some sort of hope about the characters at the end. Obviously, I didn't feel that here. Mr. Ashe created an intricate world, one where many stories could originate. I see talent in this story, while not all the details have been polished. C rating.

  • Selinda
    2018-12-01 02:12

    The beginning of the book caused me to become confused on a regular basis because of the switching of point of view. I felt that I did not have a chance to understand one character before moving to the next. However, by the end of the book I was interested and felt more connected to the characters.