Vanishing Unrelenting Glen Cook Mercenaries Buddy Read VUGCMBR with The Overlord and My Nefarious Daughter Bloody shrimping hell of the stinking fish This was Slightly Very Bloody Shrimping Brilliant SVBSB and stuff Really makes me wonder why I ever bother to read stuff not written by Glen Cook and stuff.Now, I d love nothing better than to share my too many fascinating thoughts about my yummilicious boyfriend Bragi who, like great wines, getsyummilicious with old age this book Vanishing Unrelenting Glen Cook Mercenaries Buddy Read VUGCMBR with The Overlord and My Nefarious Daughter Bloody shrimping hell of the stinking fish This was Slightly Very Bloody Shrimping Brilliant SVBSB and stuff Really makes me wonder why I ever bother to read stuff not written by Glen Cook and stuff.Now, I d love nothing better than to share my too many fascinating thoughts about my yummilicious boyfriend Bragi who, like great wines, getsyummilicious with old age this book with you, but I m kinda sorta super extra busy food poisoning puny human tourists right now, so the Captivatingly Captivating Crappy Non Review CCCNR will have to wait and stuff I know this is hard to take, my Little Barnacles, but please be strong and don t despair Soon enough all puny human tourists will be disposed of, and I shall be back with my CCCNRs in less time than it takes to say Fleet Admiral DaShrimp, unleash the crustaceans And now let s dance and stuff.Reading order for this series, as firmly kindly suggest by Evgeny aka the Ruthless Glen Cook Overlord Book 1 A Shadow of All Night Falling Book 4 The Fire in His Hands Book 5 With Mercy Towards None Book 2 October s Baby Book 3 All Darkness Met Book 6 Reap the East Wind Book 7 An Ill Fate Marshalling Book 8 A Path to Coldness of Heart Short stories An Empire Unacquainted with Defeat Things fall apart the center cannot hold This book moves the focus of the Dread Empire series from the war in the far east as recounted in Reap the East Wind back to thefamiliar countries of the west Chronologically, this book begins before the events of East Wind and ends after them the events of the other book mostly happen offstage, although in some cases we see them from a different point of view.Again, a full recommended daily allowance of intrigue, betrayal and marching armies Things fall apart the center cannot hold This book moves the focus of the Dread Empire series from the war in the far east as recounted in Reap the East Wind back to thefamiliar countries of the west Chronologically, this book begins before the events of East Wind and ends after them the events of the other book mostly happen offstage, although in some cases we see them from a different point of view.Again, a full recommended daily allowance of intrigue, betrayal and marching armies Events in Kavelin spiral out of control for various reasons and things end with most of the protagonists either dead or in very precarious positions.And for almost 25 years, that s where the series was left for various reasons, Cook abandoned the Dread Empire back in the late 1980 s and shifted his focus to the Black Company and Garrett books Night Shade Press deserves kudos for bringing the entire Dread Empire series back into print in a uniform edition, andimportantly for convincing Cook to write A Path to Coldness of Heart, the final volume in the series After 20 years of suspense, I ll finally be able to find out what happened This was an interesting follow up to the previous book in this series, because it takes place over the same time, reporting most of the same events until the very end, where it goes beyond what happened before And yet, the angle that this installment takes, focusing muchtightly and personally on fewer characters, was absolutely gripping I especially enjoyed how the bigger wars werebackground, while the story focusedoften on a war game called Captures, which reflected the o This was an interesting follow up to the previous book in this series, because it takes place over the same time, reporting most of the same events until the very end, where it goes beyond what happened before And yet, the angle that this installment takes, focusing muchtightly and personally on fewer characters, was absolutely gripping I especially enjoyed how the bigger wars werebackground, while the story focusedoften on a war game called Captures, which reflected the other action in the book on a smaller,relatable scale I could hardly put this down it was completely absorbing This was a brilliant risk by Glen Cook, which in my opinion, paid off awesomely It s made me eager but also sad to get to the final book But at least this series has a final book Another entertaining installment in the Dread Empire series This is an interesting novel, in that the first 60% covers many of the same events as the previous book, Reap the East Wind In this case, we get mostly the perspectives of Bragi, Michael, and Inger in regards to those events it really sheds some new light on the political workings of the various factions Cook handles this format quite well, and even though we get some rehashed dialogue scenes, it never feels boring Also, the endi Another entertaining installment in the Dread Empire series This is an interesting novel, in that the first 60% covers many of the same events as the previous book, Reap the East Wind In this case, we get mostly the perspectives of Bragi, Michael, and Inger in regards to those events it really sheds some new light on the political workings of the various factions Cook handles this format quite well, and even though we get some rehashed dialogue scenes, it never feels boring Also, the ending of this book is exciting and leaves the readers with a few major cliffhangers It s hard to believe that some fans who originally read this in 1988 had to wait until 2012 A Path to Coldness of Heart for the conclusion An Ill Fate Marshalling Dread Empire 7 Glen Cook A queda de um rei NITROLEITURAS fantasia fantasiasombria horrorSegundo volume da trilogia final da saga Dread Empire, que narra a trag dia do Rei Bragi Ragnorson An Ill Fate Marshalling Dread Empire 7 Glen Cook 1985, 313 p ginas, Tor Books NITROLEITURAS Lido de 06.02.18 a 10.02.18SINOPSERejeitando o conselho do mago Varthlokkur e do espi o Michael Trebilcock, o rei Bragi Ragnorson de Kavelin junta se ao golpe de estado plan An Ill Fate Marshalling Dread Empire 7 Glen Cook A queda de um rei NITROLEITURAS fantasia fantasiasombria horrorSegundo volume da trilogia final da saga Dread Empire, que narra a trag dia do Rei Bragi Ragnorson An Ill Fate Marshalling Dread Empire 7 Glen Cook 1985, 313 p ginas, Tor Books NITROLEITURAS Lido de 06.02.18 a 10.02.18SINOPSERejeitando o conselho do mago Varthlokkur e do espi o Michael Trebilcock, o rei Bragi Ragnorson de Kavelin junta se ao golpe de estado planejado pela maga Chatelain Mist contra o Dread Empire Ragnorson pendura o destino de sua na o com os maxilares de seus inimigos, recusando se a ver que seu nico inimigo verdadeiro pode ser ele mesmo.O pequeno reino de Kavelin quase n o sobreviveu de ser completamente aniquilado pelo Dread Empire, mas o pre o da vit ria pode ser muito alto Muitos dos l deres que apoiaram o rei est o mortos e os novos nobres que os substitu ram possuem suas pr prias conspira es.RESENHA An Ill Fate Marshalling come a contando os acontecimentos do volume anterior, mas do ponto de vista dos personagens envolvidos em um segundo conflito, no lado oeste da fronteira entre Kavelin e Shinzan Mesmo voltando a eventos j narrados, a trama prende o leitor e revela muitos aspectos ocultos em Reap the East Wind Dread Empire 6 Cronol gicamente, esse livro come a antes da saga de Etrian no Reap The East Wind, e termina logo depois, mostrando pontos de vista diferentes do livro anterior tamb m a hist ria de como o grande protagonista da saga, o rei Bragi Ragnorson, perde o controle de seu reino.Dread Empire uma fantasia bem adulta, que quebra os tropos tradicionais do g nero e foge das armadilhas das fantasias de poder comuns em outras obras O tom c nico e bem pessimista, e os personagens mudam muito ao longo da saga, na maioria das vezes se corrompendo e se degenerando medida que suas ilus es pessoais v o sendo quebradas.O foco do livro est nas conspira es pol ticas dentro do reino de Kavelin, mas o final bem violento e impressionante, terminando em um gancho terr vel, que s foi resolvido 25 anos depois, quando Glen Cook foi convencido de finalmente escrever o final da saga do Dread Empire Recomendad ssmo, e agora, vendo a saga seguindo ao seu final, Dread Empire muito bom mesmo Meio que leitura obrigat ria para os f s de Grim Fantasy e Dark Fantasy ONDE COMPRARWrath of Kings A Chronicle of the Dread Empire Glen Cook Cont m os volumes 6, 7 e 8 da Saga Dread Empire de Ingl s por Skype ou WhatsApp 31 99143 7388 ou 31 99143 7388 prof.newtonrocha gmail.com erikadepadua gmail.com Servi os de LEITURA CR TICA para Escritores prof.newtonrocha gmail.comErika e Newton Melhore Seu Ingl s Dicas e Aulas de Ingl s Canal do youtube Nitroblog Canal do youtube de Dicas para Escritores e Dicas de RPG de Mesa Resenhas Liter rias, cultura nerd e onde posto meus contos, livros e poesias para download GRATUITO NitroDungeon RPG Blog Dicas de RPG, aventuras para Old Dragon RPG e para o meu sistema 2d6, e site oficial do SISTEMA de RPG 2d6 Having finished this novel, I remember why I was so pissed that the sequel A Path To Coldness of the Heart tookthan 20 years to be published While not exactly ending on a cliffhanger, there were a tremendous amount of fascinating loose ends Obviously, I really enjoyed this one In his Dread Empire series, Cook often goes back and shows the same events from another point of view Sometimes this works, and others it seems gimmicky at best He does it very well in An Ill Fate Marshaling Having finished this novel, I remember why I was so pissed that the sequel A Path To Coldness of the Heart tookthan 20 years to be published While not exactly ending on a cliffhanger, there were a tremendous amount of fascinating loose ends Obviously, I really enjoyed this one In his Dread Empire series, Cook often goes back and shows the same events from another point of view Sometimes this works, and others it seems gimmicky at best He does it very well in An Ill Fate Marshaling The big picture in the first half this book is the same as in Reap the East Wind, but the author changes not only the perspective but also the focus of the story While the last book s action concentrated on Shinsan the Dread Empire , this story focuses on events in the Kingdom of Kavelin and Hammad al Nakir the latter being almost totally ignored in 6 This installment brings much of the POV back to Bragi Ragnarson and to his spymaster Michael Trebilcck as well as an agent who I will leave unnamed at this time of the Greyfells family You didn t think Cook was only going to focus on the good guys, did you Here, the technique not only gives a fresh perspective, but also includes events that weren t even alluded to in East Wind and reveals what is behind some of the events About halfway through, Ill Fate forges ahead of the events in East Wind moving to an exciting, and in many ways tragic, conclusion Probably my second favorite of the series Solid 4 stars However, as with East Wind , what the HELL is with the Conan the Barbarian cover art King Bragi Ragnarson decides to join Chatelain Mist s coup against the Dread Empire Varthlokkur the King s wizard tries to dissuade Ragnarson from this chosen path, but only the drum beat of war is heard The King s Spymaster Michael Trebilcock joins with the wizard to stave off The Ill Fate Marshalling, to no effectMany of the characters from past volumes take center stage, and the climatic events of this book shake the world of the Dread Empire to its very core, creating A Path to Coldness of Heart Glen Cook s final Dread Empire novel was to have been publishedyears ago, but the manuscript was stolen, and the fate of The Dread Empire has been in Limbo until now Night Shade is proud to present the long delayed final Dread Empire Trilogy, of which An Ill Fate Marshaling is Volume Really not a bad book, but I was not up for a re reading of the Reap the East Wind I was bored through a lot of the book simply because half of it was retelling the previous book from a different view I m glad he did write the book because it filled some holes from the previous book that left me wandering what the heck and reading a confrontation from both Bragi and Varthlokkur at different times was certainly entertaining at times SPOILER The meat of this book lies toward the end of it wh Really not a bad book, but I was not up for a re reading of the Reap the East Wind I was bored through a lot of the book simply because half of it was retelling the previous book from a different view I m glad he did write the book because it filled some holes from the previous book that left me wandering what the heck and reading a confrontation from both Bragi and Varthlokkur at different times was certainly entertaining at times SPOILER The meat of this book lies toward the end of it when you get to new material, but I have to say, I was getting tired of being reminded how a lot of my favorite characters from the first 3 books were no longer around WHY GLEN WHY DID YOU KILL OFF NEPANTHE S BROTHERS I was also getting real tired of Inger and all the freaking political drama But I realize its part of the universe and the book is still worth the read The plot moved, no doubt The story was EXCELLENT The characters were a little flat but the reader should by now know that the characters dont have a lot of depth Some change a bit, but really its the epic story that carries this part of the dread empire series really the last three books Bragi has really lost control in this part of the saga well, it seems like many of the characters have made bonds they dont understand and loyalties no one comprehends The political struggles of the The plot moved, no doubt The story was EXCELLENT The characters were a little flat but the reader should by now know that the characters dont have a lot of depth Some change a bit, but really its the epic story that carries this part of the dread empire series really the last three books Bragi has really lost control in this part of the saga well, it seems like many of the characters have made bonds they dont understand and loyalties no one comprehends The political struggles of the small kingdom reach their height it seems enemies all around, leadership compromised, and the ancient enemy that we all thought dead may not be the whole world is holding its breath at the end of this book I won this book on Goodreads First readsI should start by saying that this is the first book I ve read in the Dread Series so I wasn t familiar with the characters when I started.This novel has it all in there There is intrigue, action, suspense, politics, Royalty, Royal armies, spies and wizards I enjoyed this book for all those reasons There are alot of twists and turns to the story and I found myself trying to figure out who was spying on who and who was lying to who.King Ragnorson is not I won this book on Goodreads First readsI should start by saying that this is the first book I ve read in the Dread Series so I wasn t familiar with the characters when I started.This novel has it all in there There is intrigue, action, suspense, politics, Royalty, Royal armies, spies and wizards I enjoyed this book for all those reasons There are alot of twists and turns to the story and I found myself trying to figure out who was spying on who and who was lying to who.King Ragnorson is not only dealing with all of that, but he is also strugglin with his own personal struggles and ultemately this is what hurts him in the long run I found the book to be very good and will recommend it to friends