Attingere (Swords of Chaos)

Attingere (Swords of Chaos)

In the staggering conclusion to the Swords of Chaos series, Range Ironstone and his companions must thwart the final threat to the land.

More players enter the story, and Range realizes that everything he thought he knew, was wrong. The ultimate threat is not who he thought and the game is much larger than he ever anticipated.

In the final book of the Swords of Chaos, the stakes are higher than ever, and the powers that hunt for the Swords increase to level heretofore nev

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  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Fast Ride: Part 3, June 2, 2011
    Jeff Posey (Roanoke, TX United States) –

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    This review is from: Attingere (Swords of Chaos) (Kindle Edition)
    Finally, the conclusion of the “Swords of Chaos” trilogy. This is the best book of the three. It’s more tightly written and pulls together all the threads that unraveled in the first two books.

    Warning: There’s lots of fighting and bloodshed in this book. It’s not off-putting to me as a reader, but you need to know: Many people (and, ah, creatures) die. So get ready. Especially when (okay, if — I don’t want to spoil anything) the magical spell on that flying rug begins to wear off.

    And yes, a final seed is planted, so to speak, for yet another book or series. Is that right, Mr. Cannon? I’ll be watching.

    Critique: At least Alex Cannon is consistent. He could use a good editor and copyeditor. That would slick things up — though, in all honesty, if it made things go any faster, we might all fly off our rugs.


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