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Free read The Dragon Revenant Read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katharine Kerr Katharine Kerr ´ 4 Read Tion and circumstance the immortal wizard Nevyn begins to see that all the kingdom's problems can be traced to a single a master of dark magics backed by a network of evil that stretches across the sea  Now Nevyn understands that he too is being lured away to Bardek and into a subtle deadly trap designed especially for h. It s hard to overstate how disappointing this book was Long Dull Uninspired Anticlimactic A pale passionless shadow of the way the series started outI m glad all the loose ends got tied up and the story all sorted itself out but boy was it a slog to get here Unlike the others this book takes place in a single time period which makes it even obvious that Kerr has given up on the one truly original and interesting aspect of Daggerspell the reincarnation and WyrdMinus the interesting echoes of past lives we re down to your basic fantasy novel and a mediocre one at that The plot is repetitious and meandering the characters are kind of dumb the bad guys are a complete joke and 300 pages of tension and plotting lead up to a complete non event of a final showdownFor others who have read the first three and want to read this one just to see how it all pans out view spoilerRhodry is un exiled and appointed the heir but has meantime gotten himself kidnapped and sold into slavery in Bardek Jill and Salamander go chasing after him eventually finding him and disposing of the bad guys who turn out to be incompetent cowards who can t match Nevyn s power They take Rhodry back to Deverry where Jill predictably realizes she wantsneeds to study dweomer than she wants to be trapped into the courtly life of a ueen After some agonizing she leaves Rhodry and goes off to become Nevyn s apprentice This decision made she almost immediately remembers all the details of her former life and tells Nevyn she Brangwen forgives him hide spoiler

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Free read The Dragon Revenant Read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katharine Kerr Katharine Kerr ´ 4 Read ImKatharine Kerr's novels of the Kingdom of Deverry unfold in a world of stunning richness and depth  Her vivid portrayal of characters caught in a complex web of fate and magic captures the imagination with a realism that few can match  Now she retums to this enchanted kingdom where the wheels of destiny are tuming an. Book 4 The Dragon Revenant known as Dragonspell in the UK marks the end of the first cycle of the Deverry Saga More details about the saga plot style etc on my comment here for Book 1 DaggerspellI found the end of this first cycle really satisfying Book 3 had ended on an unbearable cliffhanger You re taken into the suspense again right from the first pages of this 4th installment Unlike the 3 previous novels this one won t make us discover in flashbacks parts of our heroes past lives for the simple reason that there is too much to say and show already about our present time story I really love these flashbacks but there s nothing to be disappointed about with the pace of The Dragon Revenant you won t get much time to long for them The last pages of the book almost moved me to tears in the way the characters grew and became better persons A beautiful conclusion to this taleNote that Book 5 will portray some of our protagonists again several years later but with a new plot that will last 4 novels too

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Free read The Dragon Revenant Read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katharine Kerr Katharine Kerr ´ 4 Read For years the provinces of Deverry have been in turmoil; now the conflict escalates with the kidnapping of Rhodry Maelwaedd heir to the throne of Aberwyn  Intent on rescuing him his beloved Jill and the elven wizard Salamander infiltrate the distant land of Bardex where Rhodry is held captive  Tied to Deverry by obliga. Finally I can now say I ve read the first four books in the Deverry Cycle in their chronological order These four books form act one which Katharine Kerr subheads as Deverry And now looking back to when I first read these during my mid teens and now 20 or so very odd years later I realise exactly what a huge influence they were on me for wanting to be an author of epic fantasy I admit to love the idea of exploring past life relationships for characters and this is a story seed for my Those Who Return seriesAlso what struck me about Kerr s Deverry Cycle is her envisioning of a magic system which as far as fantasy magic systems go is extremely well thought out even if the dualistic light vs dark good vs evil split is evident Contemporary fantasy has to a large degree moved on from this sort of worldview but in this regard I think it s fine if you look at when the novels were first publishedDragonspell is a culmination of all the events of the preceding books but without the flashbacks to past lives Rhodry has been kidnapped and whisked across the ocean to Bardek where he has had his memories wiped He spends a fair portion of the book a clueless slave owned by a rich widow and you can well imagine that his good looks will appeal to her Jill with Rhodry s half brother Salamander have made the perilous crossing across the ocean and are actively hunting Rhodry because the death of Rhodry s other half brother back home means that his time in exile is over Rhodry s return means his taking on responsibilities that will prevent the outbreak of war so it s a bit of a race against time to see him returnedOf course there are bigger problems at play Rhodry is but a pawn in the longstanding struggle between the dweomers of light and dark with Nevyn finally coming up against the rather sinister Old One All the while Jill is slowly discovering that she has a real knack for the dweomer herself and by the time she reaches the end of her journey she has a terrible decision to make Will she marry Rhodry and live happily ever after as his wife or will she pursue her magical studies and fulfil Nevyn s centuries old vow to bring her to the dweomerThat she can t have both becomes apparent from uite early on and it s terrific watching her grow as a character in a milieu where women traditionally do not possess much freedom Jill is a prime example of an empowered female characterKerr in my mind is possibly one of the greatest and unsung masters of fantasy and if you ve fallen in love with names such as Kate Elliot Karen Miller and Robin Hobb and have yet to discover Kerr then do yourself a favour and begin with the first four books in the 15 book Deverry CycleHere you ll discover a world steeped in Celtic lore with elves dwarves and magic Great battles and loves are interwoven and we are privy to the growth of characters through their many lives as they come to terms with their collective wyrd Though there is a linear plot there are diversions to events in the past which all inform the primary narrative arc and make this one of my firm favourites in the fantasy genre that absolutely deserves a permanent and prominent place in any serious fantasy collection


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    Free read The Dragon Revenant Read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katharine Kerr Katharine Kerr ´ 4 Read This is the final Deverry novel There are others but this is the final novel of the first Deverry series It’s really a very satisfying book to read and I think the best one of this series I know I’ve read it before I think at least twice but this was published in 1990 so it was a long time ago There are a lot of things to love Jill and

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    DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr Finally I can now say I’ve read the first four books in the Deverry Cycle – in their chronological order These four books form act one which Katharine Kerr subheads as “Deverry” And now looking back to when I first read these during

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    DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr Read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katharine Kerr Katharine Kerr ´ 4 Read The book that closes a first cycle in this series So I was expecting something climactic that will make this closure memorable but in my opinion it didn't Of course the author arranges the most immediate accounts of the protagonists of the story in a very good and satisfying way continuing through narrating their adventures to make them understandable and dear to us and with a magical encounter puts an end t

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    DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr It's hard to overstate how disappointing this book was Long Dull Uninspired Anticlimactic A pale passionless shadow of the way the series started outI'm glad all the loose ends got tied up and the story all sorted itself out but boy was it a slog to get here Unlike the others this book takes place in a single time period which makes it even obvious that Kerr has given up on the one truly original and interestin

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    DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr I had thought to give this book 4 stars because of one part but thought that was unfair as I really enjoyed everything else and it seemed stingy to remove a whole star just because of one part even if that was a fairly maj

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    Free read The Dragon Revenant Katharine Kerr ´ 4 Read Read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katharine Kerr We reach the final book in the first Act of Katharine Kerr’s Deverry series It picks up directly after the events of the Bristling Wood Jill and Salamander set out to rescue Rhodry who is now enslaved on the Bardek Archipelago where their enemies lie in wait Nevyn resides in Aberwyn with Lovyan and Cullyn and begins to discover that Rhodry is just a pawn in his enemy’s plans to destroy him I felt this was a really good book t

  7. says: DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr Read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katharine Kerr

    DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr Read í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katharine Kerr It has been 16 years since I first picked up the first Deverry novel DaggerSpell and here in am 16 years later about to finish the fifteenth and final oneHas the journey been worth it? Yes Was the wait too long? YesI would not recommend anyone starts reading the Deverry cycle unless they intend to read them all as the macroscopic st

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    DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr I would give this of a 35 than a 3 stars I really enjoyed the first two books but was very disappointed in the third so there was a year or so gap between finishing that and picking this up Whilst I did enjoy this one much than the third I fe

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    DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr Katharine Kerr ´ 4 Read Book 4 The Dragon Revenant known as Dragonspell in the UK marks the end of the first cycle of the Deverry Saga More details about the saga plot style etc on my comment here for Book 1 DaggerspellI found the end of this first cycle really satisfying Book 3 had ended on an unbearable cliffhanger You're taken into the suspense again right from the first pages of this 4th installment Unlike the 3 previous novels this one won't make us discov

  10. says: DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr

    DOWNLOAD (The Dragon Revenant) AUTHOR Katharine Kerr So far this is the first book in the series with no flashbacks And I was good with that because we got the entire Bardek story in one beautiful volume Even though I knew the end result I had forgotten most of the actual story It was almost like reading the story for the first time and that made me so happyI will admit to being a romantic an

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  • Paperback
  • 396
  • The Dragon Revenant
  • Katharine Kerr
  • English
  • 10 June 2020
  • 9780553289091