The Darkest Hour (The Swordmage Trilogy, #2)

[Ebook] The Darkest Hour (The Swordmage Trilogy, #2)  By Martin Hengst – Johndore.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 260 pages
  • The Darkest Hour (The Swordmage Trilogy, #2)
  • Martin Hengst
  • English
  • 06 November 2017
  • 1483921948

About the Author: Martin Hengst

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The Darkest Hour (The Swordmage Trilogy, #2) When An Agent From The Imperium Intelligence Service Shows Up On Tiadaria S Doorstep, He Leaves Her With Unwelcome News Recovering From Their Brutal Defeat At Dragonfell, The Xarundi Are Seeking Out An Ancient And Incredibly Powerful Relic Buried In The Snow And Ice Of The Frozen Frontier.Tiadaria Travels To The City Of Ethergate To Seek Out An Apprentice Skilled In Magical Research Even With His Reluctant Help, Unearthing Information On The Relic Proves To Be Almost Impossible Until A Savage Turn Of Events Puts Them On The Right Path.Now It S A Race Against Time Through Some Of The Most Unforgiving Territory On Solendrea To Beat The Xarundi To The Relic And Stop Them From Unleashing Its Devastating Power On The Unsuspecting Masses.

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10 thoughts on “The Darkest Hour (The Swordmage Trilogy, #2)

  1. Kristen says:

    still enjoying this series

  2. Chandra says:

    SENSUALITY RATING No profanity No Euphemistic code words No sexual encounters GENRE Paranormal Sci fi FictionSYNOPSIS A race by both sides to recover a relic Attack on a great city causes many lives to be lost 2 people partially blind and 1 imprisoned.WHAT I LIKED Gnome is an interesting chara...

  3. Douglas Cook says:

    Second in the Swordmage trilogy Wizards are added to the fun The bad guys are really bad.First paragraphA thin green tendril snaked upward out of the earth It slithered toward its prey, silent and unnoticed The constriction started as a gentle squeeze, increasing rapidly as it...

  4. Robert Slack says:

    Great Readthis trilogy is turning out to be one of my favorites normally I don t want to read short stories or books but these are extremel well written and the characters so well created that they give the story a life of it s own I would definitely recommend it to anyone who ...

  5. Kathy says:

    A continuation of the first bookI have really enjoyed this series, but this book is not as good as the first book in the series The characters are filling out some, but this story left me wantingin some ways.

  6. Sara says:

    A good continuation of the last book One that I definitely recommend reading It s short and only costs a couple of dollars viadigital download So the book is very good for a couple days worth of reading.

  7. Chris Schroeder says:

    Just enough detail to paint the picture without getting into the minutia If anything, I would ve liked a littledevelopment around Wynn learning to use his abilities I m also curious if the Master level Quintessentials know of a way to slow or even stop the damage caused by using magic.

  8. Derek says:

    Good continuation of the series, setting up both a world saving set of events plus a few purely personal challenges The personal challenges are a bit to pat and formulaic, but we ll see what the author does with them

  9. Maya Morikawa says:

    OnwardSo far so good.While it was a bit too short and didn t progress much,the characters have filled out and I am willing to buy thenext.

  10. Reblua says:

    Not quite and good as the first, but I want to learnof the story More like a 3.5 5.