The fourth book in a unique, scandalously interesting and non-commercial fantasy series. Written by James Galloway purely for fun in the course of many years. Read by fanatical fans for even more fun. It has never been published and it can be found online, absolutely for free, on the author's website (http://forums.sennadar.com).Or download from http://www.weavespinner.netThe fourth book in a unique, scandalously interesting and non-commercial fantasy series. Written by James Galloway purely for fun in the course of many years. Read by fanatical fans for even more fun. It has never been published and it can be found online, absolutely for free, on the author's website (http://forums.sennadar.com).Or download from http://www.weavespinner.net/worlds_of......
|Title||:||The Shadow Realm|
|Number of Pages||:||380 Pages|
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The Shadow Realm Reviews
Tarrin thought they would have a head start on the Firestaff, but after it revealed itself at the battle for Suld, their advantage has been whittled down considerably. With no time to waste, Tarrin and his friends head to Wikuna so they can use Kerri's new steamship to find the place hinted in old poems. But no one is prepared for what awaits them . . .This book starts well, but I hate the hedonistic society they encounter, so I mostly like this one for the beginning and the end and not so much what's in the middle. It's my least favorite book in the series, but it does provide some important pieces.And the plot twists at the very end are a ton of fun. One in particular changes EVERYTHING for Tarrin.I do like that every time Tarrin is confronted with a hard choice directly related to his mission, he won't allow himself to be swayed. He might hate himself afterwards, but it doesn't stop him from choosing the greater good.Overall this is the weakest book in the series, as Tarrin's challenges are mostly external and he's rarely in a position where things can threaten him as badly as they did in previous books. Even so, since the plot as a whole depends heavily on what happens here, it's not skippable if you want to see how everything ends. I rate this book Recommended.You can read the book for free here: http://www.weavespinner.net/worlds_of...See my reviews and more at https://offtheshelfreviews.wordpress....
absolutely worth my time reading :))))
I love this story....
This has got to be the best book in the series since book 1. All the books are awesome, but James really outdoes himself with this one, and I'll be concluding it shortly.
Check out my review of The Tower of Sorcery. It applies to the whole series.