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The Sword

The Sword Two men One is a prince of royal blood The other is a half breed part human part elf But the part that is human is also royal Two women One is a princess pampered and protected The other lives in t

  • Title: The Sword
  • Author: Deborah Chester
  • ISBN: 9780441007028
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Two men One is a prince of royal blood The other is a half breed, part human, part elf But the part that is human is also royal.Two women One is a princess, pampered and protected The other lives in the forest, the leader of a band of rebels She too has elven blood.This is their story the tale of love and hate, courage and cowardliness, and magic both dark and ligTwo men One is a prince of royal blood The other is a half breed, part human, part elf But the part that is human is also royal.Two women One is a princess, pampered and protected The other lives in the forest, the leader of a band of rebels She too has elven blood.This is their story the tale of love and hate, courage and cowardliness, and magic both dark and light.

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    1. It could have worked, but it did not for me and I have to DNF it. I read up to page 80 or something and then skimmed the rest. I just could not bother with it.The best part was the beginning and even that had me skimming. The evil guys were evil, and I do like when there are stupid religious people trying saying everyone else is wicked. But who cares. That was my problem who cares. I don't.The formula was generic too, and sure I like the whole old school stuff. But I was never invested in anyone [...]

    2. What bothered me about it was the lack of editing. There were some areas that needed reinforcement or to be checked for continuity. Dain realizes he's going into battle unarmed, then is using his dagger; the dagger is confiscated, then fastened on his belt to be confiscated again further down the hall. Sr Roye has persistently yellow eyes (plural). They glitter disdainfully, they glare, they meet other eyes. Two pages later his single eye is stony and I am jarred by this detail and can only conc [...]

    3. The story started off well enough and kept me interested in reading the second and third volume of the trilogy. There is nothing special here, nothing which is going to jump out and scream this is the best I have ever read, but is a solid story, and enjoyable. (see reviews for The Ring and The Chalice,).

    4. A really great fantasy series. A unique world and lots of action. It is a bit complicated at first but hang in there it's awesome.

    5. This book israther meandering. The main character is kind of a wimp, and his sense of morality and purpose is all over the place, which makes for a somewhat interesting read. I wasn't sure why he seemed so offhis character is rather poorly developed.The writing is bizarre as far as world creation goes. Some animals have lazy alternative names, like "beyar" for bear while other animals have the same names they have in our world. I don't really know what this book is trying to say or accomplish, e [...]

    6. This is a great book. A great king rules a land, even then held precariously after five years of rule. He is betrayed by his half brother. he is eventually killed, but not before fighting with all his might to save his two children and his country's relics - - a sword, ring, and chalice. The chalice is hidden safely, and in that the king has succeeded in protecting the chalice. He has also hidden his two children away. The ring and sword seem to disappear, along with the heirs to the throne. Fif [...]

    7. It’s generic by-the-numbers fantasy complete with lazy world-building and a plot that feels like a prologue to the main story rather than the story itself. The main character is kind of an unlikeable jerk for most of the novel, the other main male character is not just unlikeable but a total dick, and the two female leads barely get any screen time. Very few of the supporting characters leave much of an impression.Two stars for some decent action and because it scratched an itch. Maybe the oth [...]

    8. This series, too, I received from a friends and I wasn't actually that keen to start it.In the first part we follow king Tobeszijian while he loses his throne and while he's on the run. He loses his wife who he loves with all his heart and tries to bring his children in safety.Especially in the first part it was really action-packed and this is the part I read the fastest.In the second and third part we follow the son of king Tobeszijian 15 years later. These parts were a little bit slower but t [...]

    9. I previously read this book when I was younger and recently decided to read it again. As part one of a trilogy, I was hoping that I could once again sink my teeth into a set of books that would hook me from the start. Overall, though, I was disappointed with the read this time. Having read the trilogy before, I understand that this book is setting the characters up for books 2 and 3. But by itself the book doesn't wow me. There are only two sections of the book - one when Dain's father is trying [...]

    10. I liked this book, but unfortunately the sequel does not keep up with the first volume. I liked the boy's adventures and even if the story doesn't stand out for its originality, I found it quite enjoyable: the lost prince, the lost heritage, the quest for the magical talisman if not new, they were at least decently developed. The characters also seemed quite interesting but in the following two volumes the main character loses all depth: as long as he was a commoner he was 'true', but as soon as [...]

    11. The Sword is the first book of a trilogy that tells the story of a fictional king named Teobaszijian and his dinasty. He is a half eld king who marries and eld queen and for this reason many people rejected him. His brother conspires to take the throne. The king escapes with the help of the magic chalice which he hides in another dimension and leaves his children with an elf because his brother succeded in killing his wife. Several years after he vanishes his elder daughter dies along with the e [...]

    12. It was a great book! I loved it! I was drawn into the story from the very start! Dain and Lord Odfrey were my two favorite characters, and Gaebril would have been the perfect villan had he not over-all seemed a wimp. I was very impressed with Deborah Chester's ending. She could have gone way over the top but she didn't. She kept it satisfyingly limited in a way that just made you eager for the next book. The plot is original and the world the author has created is very detailed.

    13. I was in tears through a good part of this book. It was written beautifully. The author really let me see the land I was reading about. The characters were consistant and well developed. I can't wait to read The Ring and The Chalise.

    14. I started reading during the summer holidays, and with every page I turned, I became more and more excited! I love the character Dain, and secretly I also love Gavril :)The story is very interesting and the characters are amazing.

    15. First chapter and really want to read further but have no time at the moment. It did crap me at the first couple of pages, so that´s always a good thing!!!

    16. An amazing book! It was a fast read and I didn't want to put it down! I think anyone that likes fantasy books would love this book!

    17. This series was not as good as the ruby thrown series yet it sold a lot more copies and I have no idea why.

    18. This story starts out slow, really slow, but by the end of the tale, I was ready to find the next two books in the trilogy. I am liking the characters and wish to read more about them.

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