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Volume 3 - 1st printing. Diran, a once-feared assassin, has turned his back on murder, seeking the life of a wandering priest. But in the seas of the Lhazaar Principalities, peace is rarely found, And even justice must be bought in blood. A new power has risen, hoping to conquer the east with an army of beast men, and only Diran and his companions can stop them! Dollar Bin Codeword.
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A new power has risen, hoping to conquer the east with an army of beast Acclaimed author Tim Waggoner brings his first Eberron trilogy to a stunning conclusion.
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A new power has risen, hoping to conquer the east with an army of beast men, and only Diran and his companions can stop them. The concluding volume in the critically-acclaimed Blade of the Flame series that follows a former assassin trying to change his life and set the world to right. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title.
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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 17, Travis rated it really liked it Shelves: reviewed. The first book is Thieves of Blood and the second book is Forge of the Mindslayers. Tim Waggoner has written one other Eberron novel titled Lady Ruin. He has written a vast amount of other novels.
He has written a vast amount of short stories for various anthologies and magazines, and has two story-collections titled All Too Surreal and Broken Shadows. After stealing a powerful artifact, the lich Nathifa now has the means to exact her revenge. However, she is being chased by Diran Bastiaan, an assassin turned Silver Flame priest, and his companions.
But before the group learns of Nathifa's plans, Diran travels to the city of Kolbyr in hopes of dispelling a curse laid upon the city. As Diran faces down the evil of The Fury, a demon shows him visions of the future. An island that only told in tavern stories, the doom of Regalport, and a werewolf with human intelligence. However, demons tend to lie. But when the psi-forge Solus' help, Diran sort through the images and the group learns that they could be clues to where the lich is going and set off to chase her down.
Along the way, the group learns of secrets that can be both harmful to their careers or deadly if not told. Will Diran be able to stop Nathifa's plans of revenge? Criticisms: 1 Asenka. Out of all the good and interesting characters that are found in Sea of Death, Asenka stands out as the most disappointing of them. I will have to share a minor spoiler concerning her later on, so be warned. Early on in the novel, Asenka did have a presence and was a genuinely interesting character that could have brought a lot of potential to the story.
However, by the seventh or eighth chapter, she was cast aside and was easily forgotten. It's amazing how little of an impact she had on the story after this point, considering she was Diran's love interest and should have been more of a prominent figure.
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But she's not. In fact, during the middle I forgot she even existed. She was that forgettable and it's made worse by what happens to her towards the end. Now prepare for the spoiler. She dies. For someone who had as little of an impact as her, it felt needlessly long. Granted, the scene would have been touching if it wasn't for her lack of presence throughout the majority of the novel. In fact, Diran was only torn up about her death for maybe ten or so pages, which didn't help matters.
It was like everyone instantly forgot who she was. Asenka was a very disappointing character with a lot of wasted potential. Another issue I had with Sea of Death is that during the middle of the novel, everything developed at a slow, snail-like pace. During this part of the novel, nothing really seemed to happen. Anything that was going to happen seemed to take forever to develop. There were times when I found myself falling asleep during conversations or some action scenes. Also, it seemed like a lot of things were reiterated over and over.
This didn't help the pacing, and made the story seem to take forever to get through. However, the story did start out fairly well and towards the end it does pick up, but that slow middle was bothersome and awkward. Praises: 1 Protagonists. Aside from Asenka, the old characters had some depth added to them and the new characters added something new to the story. The best about the characters in Sea of Death are the minor characters from the first two books, because now they have a lot more development. They become more dimensional and real, in some cases.
Hinto, the halfling pirate, was forgettable in the first two novels. But here he has more of a presence and impact on the other characters. He doesn't seem as timid and fearful as he did before. This could be because of the unique friendship he shares with the psi-forge Solus. Together they were great and I really got the sense of a true friendship between the two. As for Solus, he was introduced in the second novel and was really interesting in it, mostly because of what he is.
In Sea of Death, that interesting quality about him grows, mostly due to his large role in this story. The thing I liked about him was the lessons he learns about concerning his abilities were really good. He really grew as the story moved on. Tresslar, the old artificer, also had some good development.
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After losing his magical wand, you see a different side to the character. He has to rely more on the 'old way' of doing things, before the dragonwand, and it added a different quality to him. Some of his interactions with various characters, specifically in Kolbyr with Hinto, were really entertaining. Yvka, the elven Shadow Network operative, really grew a lot and I was surprised. In the previous two books she just seemed to be there only because she developed a sudden relationship with the half-orc Ghaji. Someone in the House 6. The Death of Walter Bernd 6.
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