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When James destroyed the Iron Mines at Sorna in a mammoth volcanic eruption after rescuing Miko from his enslavement, massive tsunamis wreaked havoc all along the Empire's coastland. This brought the attention of certain powers within the Empire to bear.Now with a warrior priest of Dmon-Li in pursuit, James must lead the others safely out of the Empire to the relative safeWhen James destroyed the Iron Mines at Sorna in a mammoth volcanic eruption after rescuing Miko from his enslavement, massive tsunamis wreaked havoc all along the Empire's coastland. This brought the attention of certain powers within the Empire to bear.Now with a warrior priest of Dmon-Li in pursuit, James must lead the others safely out of the Empire to the relative safety of the kingdom of Cardri. After a disastrous sea voyage leaves them shipwrecked on the coast of an unforgiving swamp full of cannibals and ferocious creatures, they must forge their way north in an attempt to escape the clutches of the Empire.In The Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li, James is tested to the very limits of his endurance and intelligence. With Miko and Jiron beside him, he faces incredible challenges, both in battle and in reasoning. Their very survival will depend on how well he meets these challenges....

Title : Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li
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ISBN : 9780595389230
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 396 Pages
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Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li Reviews

  • Justin
    2019-04-20 04:32

    This series so far is good, not great. I really liked the first book, but the second and third kind of blend together. It's basically a high speed car chase where they are constantly running from some foe and yet when they get away, they do something to draw pursuit again 10 minutes later. I am a bit disappointed as the magic was fun in the first book and seemed that it could do anything James thought. Yet he hasn't really done much more original magic for awhile. Why not bring back the fun rhymes again to try and heal people? Here is one that works for free."I have this orange that I need to peal. So have this wound hurry up and heal!"Was that hard no?I really need to review the first book properly.Those who haven't read the first will think I am crazy in this review likely ;).

  • Lisa
    2019-05-02 02:29

    I read this on my Kindle, and the whole series is completely full of typos and grammatical errors. I'm sort of a grammar nazi and this drives me crazy! I don't know if the author or the editor is to blame, but each time I read one I feel that nails-on-a-chalkboard feeling. One of the biggest blunders in this series is the phrase "use to" rather than "used to." (for example, "You just have to get used to it.")I read a lot of fantasy and a lot of series. This one attracted me because it's both. However, one of the reasons I love these types of books so much is the rich character development. The main character seems pretty well developed, but the supporting characters all seem to be faceless blurs in my head. There is little effort put into describing physical features of most characters. We're only given backstory on a few characters. That is disappointing.I will finish the series though, because the adventure is interesting, if a little predictable. (The major twists and turns are creative, but the minute plot details are quite repetitive.)

  • Lana
    2019-05-12 03:29

    I really loved this sequel. It was full of action enough to keep one enthralled throughout. I was very upset when it came to the end. Now I am kept on edge for the followup of this awesome adventure. A definite read to all those out there that love a good storyline.

  • pdarnold
    2019-04-21 04:32

    Whew! The Morcyth Saga series leaves me breathless! I find myself holding my breath sometimes while I am reading. Here, James is trying to get out of the Empire and back to Cardri. The journey is rife with non-stop action and mishaps at every turn. I am thoroughly enjoying this series thus far.

  • Ronmorris2
    2019-05-07 03:43

    Getting better and better. I have a hard time giving it a rest between books. He doesn't end each book in a "nice" place. You have to be careful where you stop to go to bed!

  • Hawk
    2019-04-23 05:27

    Good Book... Still Needs a Proof-ReaderLove the series so far! This book almost feels like a series end in many ways, but it's just an intermission.The biggest problems this series faces so far is the lack of a proof- reader. Not only are there occasional spelling errors, but there are tense errors as well - sometimes more than one in the same sentence! It appears that many of these errors were the result of a computer program, as the same errors sometimes occur multiple times in a chapter. It might be that the same tense is used, or the same spelling of words that should have a different tense or different spelling.It's a credit to the story that I can overlook these frequent problems because of its compelling narrative.

  • Nelson Remy
    2019-05-10 05:35

    Great Story, poor editingThe story itself is great. A wonderful tale with great battle scenes. Unfortunately I found the poor grammar (where was the editor on this?) very distracting from the story.Regardless, I will read on to see where this story goes.

  • Rikudou En
    2019-04-24 05:26

    Worth reading. Enjoyed myself.

  • Nick Bolock
    2019-04-24 00:53

    Brian S Pratt's third foray into the world of The Morcyth Saga is a much stronger outing than the first two, but larger amounts of grammatical errors, an uninteresting villain, and some clunky characters have marred this series yet again, even causing me to lose interest in reading further.The plot picks up within a week of the last entry. James, along with a rescued Miko and Jiron, are waiting for a ship to get back on their way to Cadri, and back to the friends they shipped off in the last novel. Giving a strong start, we get to see James make a very tactile start at a relationship with a well-to-do girl on the island. That whole idea is cut (and the girl forgotten not long after, like everyone else not in the plotline) when while on their boat of passage the titular Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li attacks, casting them adrift on the edge of the continent to deal with dark magic, cannibals, and finally, FINALLY more leads into the finer details surrounding Morcyth. From there, they desperately try to get back to Cadri in a style much the same as the first two with constant running, intermitten rescues, and favors all along. Now, let's get to the thick of things. Pratt shows his experience here with a stronger showing, but still is hard up to write characters with good descriptions. Several minor characters that are in the scene for a good while lack even a hint of appearance. Like before, we also get a faceless band that follows James and Co. late in the novel and assist to the end, only to follow him further than intended. At this rate, James will have his own army. Pratt does a bit better with his conflicts this time. The Warrior Priest, Abdul-Mazki, is persistant, fierce, determined, and... Ineffectual. the problem with having this threat is that Pratt really doesn't show us much of what Abdul COULD do. He gives us a few glimpses, but we really don't spend a lot of time with the priest, and he even vanishes for a large section of the novel, presumed dead. I find that having the villain did add a good amoount of tension, but I ultimately don't care about the villain. We also get a bigger secondary plot. Miko gets a lot more spotlight here by being possessed by The Fire. An apparently ghost-filled ruby with intense bloodlust that is pretty much The One Ring without the invisibillity. Even James calls The Fire out on this fact. Miko, while having more time in the spotlight, is more or less a punching bag for James. He was better off in the mines. James shoots down his ideas, yells at him, and borderline disregards his safety at times. The cherry on top is the finale where James openly encourages Miko to use The Fire to stop Abdul in a contest of skill. While dangerous, I find this excusable as the lesser of two evils.My next focus is Jiron's treatment. He goes from James's equal in book 2 to his lapdog in book 3. He's basically reduced to being a hired gun used to pick locks, light torches, and whatever else he could do as a borderline servant. I would understand if Jiron felt indebted to James for saving his sister AND this fact was mentioned in the book, but it isn't at all.And speaking of hired guns. Pratt's use of magic is more controlled this time, but still rather unreserved and wild. My question since the first book has been and will always be: if James is so powerful a mage, why doesn't he flex it more? At the finale, James uses his magic to turn an iron sword into steel by removing all the impurities and disregarding the finer points of smithing and refinement. If he can do that, why can't he just fashion a handgun of some sort or a rifle? We get the idea that James is superpowered, but we still don't get a very good look at this fact.Lastly, Pratt does manage to clean up a lot of dangling threads and feed more into the plotlines that were basically ignored last novel.I gave the Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li a 3/5 and would hardly reccomend it. As stated above, I find myself uninterested in contining more into the series at this point. I may come back to it, but I doubt it. Pratt shows his experience here by crafting a tale that is better than the previous two, but still marred by weak characters, weak villains, wild magic use, and grammatical errors that sometimes break the flow of reading and the immersion.

  • Sebastien
    2019-05-06 00:42

    Bon he bien, après réflexion j'avais décidé de laisser une dernière chance à cette saga. Je m'étais dit, "Si ce livre là est mauvais, je revendrai mes livres sur Ebay". Je me suis assis, j'ai ouvert le livre, j'ai eu des appréhensions mais j'ai donner la chance au coureur. Je dois dire d'entré de jeu que j'ai bien fait.Suivant immédiatement après la fin de la bataille épique du deuxième livre, James et ses amis doivent retourner en lieu sur. Au plus profond de l'empire, ils se sont créer des ennemis de taille qui ne les laisserait pas passer la frontière sans mettre une armé sur leur chemin et surtout des mages beaucoup plus puissants. Avec Miko à leur bord, ils devaient trouver un chemin plus sûr et surtout éviter les routes connues. Je dois dire que je ne sais pas ce qui s'est passé entre le deuxième et le troisième livre, mais l'auteur à cesser de faire un superman avec l'un de ses jeune de 16 ans. Il n'était plus le Spartacus puissance 10. Peut-être que la quest du livre précédent à cassé son sydrome d'invincibilité et qu'il a commencer à considéré qu'il pouvait mourir donc il fonçait pus dans des mêlé avec seulement 2 dague comme arme de défense. Les personnages étaient beaucoup plus prudent dans ce roman et les ennemies plus réalistes. L'auteur avait réglé le problème du "sonne faux" du deuxième opus. En plus, l'histoire était beaucoup plus créative et je commençais à vraiment embarquer dans l'histoire. Le méchant de la saga commençais à se faire connaître et on oubliait la prémisse du "j'ai lu plein de livre et je connais donjon et dragon". James affirme même que c'est plus compliquer que ça et qu'il est limité dans sa magie par ses connaissances personnelles car il doit pas juste imaginer le sort mais aussi savoir comment il fonction sur le plan physique et psychique. Des sorts qu'il fait n'ont pas l'effet escompté et il doit faire attention pour ne pas tuer ses amis en "castant" n'importe quoi.Dans ce livre on voit un jeune "party" d'aventurier essayer de survivre à un voyage périeux. On est loin de la ballade dans la campagne du premier livre. En plus, l'empire commence à déployer des force beaucoup plus difficile à détruire et même ci encore dans ce roman on a un super Gladiateur de 16 ans, cette fois-ci on est content qu'il soit si fort car on s'est attacher aux autres personnages et on apprend que finalement notre gars au couteau avait plus 17 ans que 16 ans et qu'il s'en va maintenant sur ses 18 ans. Ça beaucoup plus d'allure.Donc ce livre à été vraiment très satisfaisant et il m'a donner envie de continuer la série. L'auteur aurait peut-être pu faire une seul roman de ses deux première volume s'il avait eu un éditeur de qualité. Mais pour ce troisième opus, le livre il est complet et il vaut la peine du début jusqu'à la fin.

  • Harvey Dick
    2019-05-07 07:26

    Fantastic read. I have enjoyed reading Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li very much. Great author, writes extremely well. Looking forward to reading his next book in the series. The story is fast paced and really holds a person's interests. Good for teens as well as adults. Couldn't put it down.For all ages above twelve or good readers.If you like Robert Jordan, you'll enjoy Brian S. Pratt. He tells a great story

  • Connie Fogg-Bouchard
    2019-05-02 23:31

    war ridesJames is coming into his own. still teaching himself as he goes, he continues to maintain the delicate balance of defense in a time of war. there are no clear boundaries between enemies and friends and running and fighting is exhausting work. it's best if you can find good tarts.

  • Ramdas Ormond
    2019-04-29 23:31

    Great story, weak writing. This is the case throughout the whole series."Then we do stood a chance," he said with a grin. This quote, lifted from the third book is only one of many examples. I read the series anyway and enjoyed it. The writing did set my teeth on edge at times.

  • laurie lawrence
    2019-05-05 04:42

    It showed much action and mystery but Brian should have showed a little more emotionDhdjdjhdhdjdbddDhhhhhbhhhjn++mekkekkekekemdmmdmdmdmdjjrdjdjjdjdjdurhruruurururuhurriedly ruby ehehehehheueuueheheheheh DD hello I'm someone you might want to meet someday because I know your story's better than you do. 5D

  • Christopher Miller
    2019-05-07 00:45

    You seem to wait the whole book for the last few chapters that tie everything together. 70% of this book is the main character and his followers on the run, which makes for good rise and fall of actions in chapters.

  • William Francis
    2019-05-11 23:33

    I read another one, the lastAlas it is the last one I'll read.

  • Aaron
    2019-04-20 03:43

    I have finished this whole series. While I enjoyed the story the plot seems very straight forward and it is easy to see what is going to happen next.

  • Tabitha Mynatt
    2019-04-28 01:44

    I would just like to point out that I'm not crazy, but that my ebook copy of this had 1057 pages, so that's why my updates on my status of reading this were a little odd lol..

  • Suprio
    2019-04-25 07:27

    3.5

  • Rikki
    2019-05-02 07:35

    Er... I stopped reading this book because I got "busy" but don't really have any desire to pick it back up...

  • Muhammad Gibran
    2019-05-15 07:38

    Beginning to see a pattern here from the previous book. Running. Soldier. Thumph. Ka-boom. Unconcious. Running again.

  • Kane
    2019-04-20 07:53

    Can't wait to start on the next book.

  • Kirk
    2019-04-30 05:38

    Getting better and more interesting. Lots of development and character growth. Still relies heavily on RPG theory, but I'm ok with that :)

  • Gloria
    2019-04-27 07:38

    I really love this series of books and this one was no exception!

  • Thomas Harning
    2019-05-13 05:46

    This book was a great addition to the Morcyth Saga. I look forward to reading more of the series as the action-packed adventure continues to unfold.

  • Steve
    2019-05-01 02:33

    Great series. Steve