Summary

The Sword of Truth, book 1: Darkness comes as a new power rises in Angrääl. The Dark Knight has betrayed the Gods and stolen The Sword of Truth, trapping them in heaven. With the power of the Sword he can reshape the world and bring death to all who oppose him. Only one thing stands between the darkness and the light - Gewey Stedding. Only he has the power to stand against the oncoming storm. Only he can mend the world. But only if he can discover his power.Of Gods and Elves, book 2: Armies gather for war in the frozen land of Angrääl, threatening to set the world ablaze. The elves are divided and scattered, and humans fall prey to the dark influence of the Reborn King. Now, Gewey is faced with his greatest challenge yet: unite the world of elf and human before it is too late.The Shadow of Gods, book 3: Valshara has fallen, and the forces of Angrääl are advancing. For the first time, human and elf must shed blood as one, in order to stem the tide of evil. But new hope has arisen. From across the Western Abyss, a people long forgotten have returned. However, hope comes at its own price. Gewey must choose between his bond of love, and his duty to the world he is struggling to save.
©2012 Brian D. Anderson (P)2015 Podium Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By Debbie Brenton on 29-02-16

Excellent book and narrator

I found myself becoming fully submerged in this book not wishing to have to stop listening. It is so well written I ended up feeling concern and empathy for some and loathing to others, desperate to know what happened next. Can't wait to get the next book now.

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5 out of 5 stars
By T. Hammond on 15-12-15

Transforms your days into waking dreams.

Fabulous narration, excellent storyline and deep, likable characters. Hours will fly by as you immerse yourself deep in the world of Guey and become a fly on the wall of what I can only say as one of the best fantasy stories ever told.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Buddy on 02-08-17

Don't expect a resolution after 3 books!

A trilogy in my opinion should come to an overall resolution. After three books i feel like I'm halfway through the first. I mistook this for the book of truth series and was immediately hooked although it was not the series i thought. I would have been glad to finish this series, but after three books i feel like there should have been some resolution.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By sq on 26-05-16

Was good at first then got boring and annoying

I ended up listening to this at 2.5 speed just to get through.

The characters are one dimensional and it reads more like a soap opera than an epic adventure. There is so much political maneuvering and talk. Blah blah blah the elves hate the humans blah blah the humans hate the elves...

The author has an annoying habit of not explaining anything till later. For instance, when the main character comes to his power he asks Lee what he is. Instead of explaining, Lee tells him to be quite and move. He will explain later. This method of prolonging the drama is used over and over till it is a cliche. It happens throughout the book over and over.

I was disappointed with this book. It got great ratings but was boring.

Try reading the black company series for a better read

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