The Broken Eye
As the old gods awaken and satrapies splinter, the Chromeria races to find the only man who can still end a civil war before it engulfs the known world. But Gavin Guile has been captured by an old enemy and enslaved on a pirate galley. Worse still, Gavin has lost more than his powers as Prism--he... show more
As the old gods awaken and satrapies splinter, the Chromeria races to find the only man who can still end a civil war before it engulfs the known world. But Gavin Guile has been captured by an old enemy and enslaved on a pirate galley. Worse still, Gavin has lost more than his powers as Prism--he can't use magic at all.
Without the protection of his father, Kip Guile will face a master of shadows as his grandfather moves to choose a new Prism and put himself in power. With Teia and Karris, Kip will have to use all his wits to survive a secret war between noble houses, religious factions, rebels, and an ascendant order of hidden assassins called The Broken Eye.
Publish date: 26-08-2014
Pages no: 688
Edition language: English
Series: Lightbringer (#3)
I am so pleased to have finished this epic read at long last, brilliant though it is. To be totally honest I got a little bored and confused by the constant intrigue and plot twists. My favourite character Gavin Guile only popped up from time to time, this book mostly concerns Kip and Teia."I am of ...
Not much to say about this. It's a solid continuation of the previous two books, although definitely a 'middle' book as few major plot points are resolved and several new ones are introduced. I found this slightly disappointing. Final verdict: If you liked the series so far, you cannot go wrong he...
This book was an awesome sequel. There were the usuals: Kick a$$ characters, awesome world construction, plot twists and turns abound, fast paced action, political intrigue...all of those accumulate into an incredibly satisfying read that leaves me begging for the next book. This is definitely a ser...
I was, for some reason, presuming that this series would be a trilogy. I don't know if I'd been wrong all along, or if the story is just proving to take longer to tie up. The story follows Gavin, Karris, Kip, Teia, and rarely, Liv Danavis, although there is far more of Kip and Teia than the first...
There's not so much action in this one, but you can see that all the pieces are being set up for the final play. Again, the ending sucks because now I'm not sure how long I can wait for the next book!