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characters The Silent Army ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ñ The City of Wonders has been saved by nearly miraculous forces and the Silent Army is risen ready to defend the Fellein Empire and Empress Nachia at any costThe power that was hidden in the Mounds is on the move seeking a final confrontation with the very entities thIs the Fellein Empire and the people who have gathered together on the final battlefield The faithful and the godless the soldiers and killers alike all stand or fall as old gods and new bring their war to a world changing end Some struggles are eternal Some conflicts never cease The Gods of War are here and they are determined to w. Originally reviewed at BookwraithsMy rating is 45 starsJames A Moore’s Seven Forges series is a pulse pounding sword and sorcery extravaganza The Saga of the Sa’ba Taalor a staggering epic which erupts across this vast fantasy world slowly but surely affecting numerous characters and people; the struggle a fierce conflict for the future of this place the future of humanity Along the way readers will encounter superhuman warriors fierce combat scheming gods heart wrenching acts of terrorism needless deaths ancient mysteries than a little gallows humor subtle talk about religion faith and truth and witnessed that most jarring of events the end of a civilization All of it hard to forget branded on your reading psyche by a master storyteller whose deft plotting and addictive twists and turns keep you reading into the wee hours of the morning to discover how it will all end And after finishing The Silent Army the one glaring uestion you will demand to have answered is “When does book five come out”But until the next book arrives let us talk about this one Mr Moore picking up the Seven Forges story immediately after the conclusion of City of Wonders And I mean immediately “ The kings of the Sa’ba Taalor gathered together those of them who were near the place where the city of Canhoon had once rested in the ground and stared at the vast landmass rising above them”Oh yes this one begins with a miracle having occurred The bloodthirsty horde of the Sa’ba Taalor looking on helplessly as old Canhoon slips through their snapping jaws The mysterious magic of the Silent Army launching Fellein’s capital into the sky sending it speeding away toward the east Where the flying citadel is headed no one has a clue even the Empire’s eternal First Counselor wizard Desh Krohan stunned by what has transpired His words of wisdom to Empress Nachia and General Merros Dulver to enjoy their reprieve while it lasts and plan for the coming apocalypse because they will have to come down somewhere and the Sa’ba Taalor will undoubtedly be waiting for themTruer sentiments were never uttered for even as Canhoon skims across the clouds the Sa’ba Taalor do not for one second doubt their divinely ordained crusade will fail; rather their faith in their gods is unshakable and they know the “Great Tide” will destroy Fellein And so King Tuskandru and Tarag Paedori sound the horns launching the invincible wave of god forged warriors in pursuit Their cries of “To War” heralding death and destruction for all in their pathMeanwhile a world away that which has lain hidden under the Mounds in the desolate Blasted Lands has been released This ancient and mysterious power now having taken shelter in human forms; this small band stalking toward the east following an irresistible pull toward Canhoon where the fate of the world will be decidedTo me each book in this series can be summarized by a single descriptive term Seven Forges was about Discovery of the lands about the Seven Forges of the Sa’ba Taalor themselves The Blasted Lands was Anticipation of the coming conflict of the inevitable clash between peoples City of Wonders was War in all its brutality in all its horrors Now with The Silent Army Mr Moore has given us Epic a world spanning conflict a struggle to decide the fate of an entire civilization And I for one loved every “epic” event which the author threw my way Scene after scene of it Every titanic clash every awe inspiring magical event every god like creature every dramatic revelation every horrid deed all of them building into a sword and sorcery feast not to be missed The Sa’ba Taalor rising to the forefront of most epic race in sword and sorcery literature Drask and Tusk the epitome of “epic” warriors Seven Forges this millennium’s gold standard for “epic” sword and sorcery seriesAs for the heroic Fellein defenders set in the path of the seemingly invincible Sa’ba Taalor they are the perfect foil From the mighty Desh Krohan to the untried Empress Nachia to the determined Derros Merros to the mad survivor Cullen to the driven Captain Callan to the mysterious Silent Army all are swept up in the unspeakable horrors of the end of their whole civilization; each desperately fighting against the insurmountable tide of a people born and bred for a holy war There is no hope of uarter in this conflict No hope for peace The descendants of ancient Korwa sent by their gods for one thing genocide upon Fellein But in our small band of heroic mortals and stone guardians the Sa’ba Taalor find a worthy adversary; adversaries who will not flee will not turn aside as their world burns around them but continue to scheme fight and struggle for the right to survive another dayNeedless to say I loved this book Each and every aspect of it setting plot action and mystery worked for me The story building upon those which came before it racing toward an epic clash which lived up to my expectations in every way delivering Mr Moore’s classic slight of hand approach to each stunning revelation and each dramatic outcome The Silent Army taking its place as the best installment yet in a series which seemingly gets better and betterBut since I would feel remiss if I did not mention the one thing which did not work for me here I suppose I have to address it Desh Krohan This ancient sorcerer with god like powers is old wise and deeply cunning — at least he is presented as such throughout the series However in this narrative he does not live up to any of those descriptions There really isn’t any wise counsel coming from him; no brilliant strategy garnered from centuries of observing the world; no devastating sorcery unleashed to stem the tide Nope he spends most of his page time talking about all magic having a price explaining that his mind is so old past events have been forgotten and screwing up the few things he does try to do A less awesome sorcerer I can’t recall reading about though even his ineptitude did not ruin this bookOne of the greatest joys of reading for me personally is discovering a series which grows into something amazing than I ever expected Seven Forges is one of those series Book one certainly flashed glimpses of brilliance but it remained to be seen if the full potential of this world and the Sa’ba Taalor would be unleashed by Mr Moore Steadily book by book he has done so molding his creation into one of the best sword and sorcery series ever one which has the legs to run as long as Mr Moore wishes to pen it; its fans me included eager and willing to return to this world whenever we have another opportunityI received this book from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review I’d like to thank them for allowing me to receive this review copy and inform everyone that the review you have read is my opinion alone

The Silent ArmyIs the Fellein Empire and the people who have gathered together on the final battlefield The faithful and the godless the soldiers and killers alike all stand or fall as old gods and new bring their war to a world changing end Some struggles are eternal Some conflicts never cease The Gods of War are here and they are determined to w. Originally reviewed at BookwraithsMy rating is 45 starsJames A Moore’s Seven Forges series is a pulse pounding sword and sorcery extravaganza The Saga of the Sa’ba Taalor a staggering epic which erupts across this vast fantasy world slowly but surely affecting numerous characters and people; the struggle a fierce conflict for the future of this place the future of humanity Along the way readers will encounter superhuman warriors fierce combat scheming gods heart wrenching acts of terrorism needless deaths ancient mysteries than a little gallows humor subtle talk about religion faith and truth and witnessed that most jarring of events the end of a civilization All of it hard to forget branded on your reading psyche by a master storyteller whose deft plotting and addictive twists and turns keep you reading into the wee hours of the morning to discover how it will all end And after finishing The Silent Army the one glaring uestion you will demand to have answered is “When does book five come out”But until the next book arrives let us talk about this one Mr Moore picking up the Seven Forges story immediately after the conclusion of City of Wonders And I mean immediately “ The kings of the Sa’ba Taalor gathered together those of them who were near the place where the city of Canhoon had once rested in the ground and stared at the vast landmass rising above them”Oh yes this one begins with a miracle having occurred The bloodthirsty horde of the Sa’ba Taalor looking on helplessly as old Canhoon slips through their snapping jaws The mysterious magic of the Silent Army launching Fellein’s capital into the sky sending it speeding away toward the east Where the flying citadel is headed no one has a clue even the Empire’s eternal First Counselor wizard Desh Krohan stunned by what has transpired His words of wisdom to Empress Nachia and General Merros Dulver to enjoy their reprieve while it lasts and plan for the coming apocalypse because they will have to come down somewhere and the Sa’ba Taalor will undoubtedly be waiting for themTruer sentiments were never uttered for even as Canhoon skims across the clouds the Sa’ba Taalor do not for one second doubt their divinely ordained crusade will fail; rather their faith in their gods is unshakable and they know the “Great Tide” will destroy Fellein And so King Tuskandru and Tarag Paedori sound the horns launching the invincible wave of god forged warriors in pursuit Their cries of “To War” heralding death and destruction for all in their pathMeanwhile a world away that which has lain hidden under the Mounds in the desolate Blasted Lands has been released This ancient and mysterious power now having taken shelter in human forms; this small band stalking toward the east following an irresistible pull toward Canhoon where the fate of the world will be decidedTo me each book in this series can be summarized by a single descriptive term Seven Forges was about Discovery of the lands about the Seven Forges of the Sa’ba Taalor themselves The Blasted Lands was Anticipation of the coming conflict of the inevitable clash between peoples City of Wonders was War in all its brutality in all its horrors Now with The Silent Army Mr Moore has given us Epic a world spanning conflict a struggle to decide the fate of an entire civilization And I for one loved every “epic” event which the author threw my way Scene after scene of it Every titanic clash every awe inspiring magical event every god like creature every dramatic revelation every horrid deed all of them building into a sword and sorcery feast not to be missed The Sa’ba Taalor rising to the forefront of most epic race in sword and sorcery literature Drask and Tusk the epitome of “epic” warriors Seven Forges this millennium’s gold standard for “epic” sword and sorcery seriesAs for the heroic Fellein defenders set in the path of the seemingly invincible Sa’ba Taalor they are the perfect foil From the mighty Desh Krohan to the untried Empress Nachia to the determined Derros Merros to the mad survivor Cullen to the driven Captain Callan to the mysterious Silent Army all are swept up in the unspeakable horrors of the end of their whole civilization; each desperately fighting against the insurmountable tide of a people born and bred for a holy war There is no hope of uarter in this conflict No hope for peace The descendants of ancient Korwa sent by their gods for one thing genocide upon Fellein But in our small band of heroic mortals and stone guardians the Sa’ba Taalor find a worthy adversary; adversaries who will not flee will not turn aside as their world burns around them but continue to scheme fight and struggle for the right to survive another dayNeedless to say I loved this book Each and every aspect of it setting plot action and mystery worked for me The story building upon those which came before it racing toward an epic clash which lived up to my expectations in every way delivering Mr Moore’s classic slight of hand approach to each stunning revelation and each dramatic outcome The Silent Army taking its place as the best installment yet in a series which seemingly gets better and betterBut since I would feel remiss if I did not mention the one thing which did not work for me here I suppose I have to address it Desh Krohan This ancient sorcerer with god like powers is old wise and deeply cunning — at least he is presented as such throughout the series However in this narrative he does not live up to any of those descriptions There really isn’t any wise counsel coming from him; no brilliant strategy garnered from centuries of observing the world; no devastating sorcery unleashed to stem the tide Nope he spends most of his page time talking about all magic having a price explaining that his mind is so old past events have been forgotten and screwing up the few things he does try to do A less awesome sorcerer I can’t recall reading about though even his ineptitude did not ruin this bookOne of the greatest joys of reading for me personally is discovering a series which grows into something amazing than I ever expected Seven Forges is one of those series Book one certainly flashed glimpses of brilliance but it remained to be seen if the full potential of this world and the Sa’ba Taalor would be unleashed by Mr Moore Steadily book by book he has done so molding his creation into one of the best sword and sorcery series ever one which has the legs to run as long as Mr Moore wishes to pen it; its fans me included eager and willing to return to this world whenever we have another opportunityI received this book from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review I’d like to thank them for allowing me to receive this review copy and inform everyone that the review you have read is my opinion alone

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The Silent Army é The City of Wonders has been saved by nearly miraculous forces and the Silent Army is risen ready to defend the Fellein Empire and Empress Nachia at any costThe power that was hidden in the Mounds is on the move seeking a final confrontation with the very entities that kept it locked away since the Cataclysm Andover Lashk has finally. 4 A buddy read with the Fantasy Aficionados at BBB More crazy bloodshed and gore please James A Moore’s Seven Forges series is definitely different than most anything I have ever read As I said in my previous reviews this feels like one book divided in volumes and this happen to be the forth volume of this epic story It starts exactly where we left off the Sa'ba and their Kings looking with frustration at the departing city of Canhoon by its new form of transportation flying And just when everything looked to be going the Sa'ba Taalor way too They had run a muck through the vast Fellein Empire and taken down every obstacle cut down every living thing and burned down the rest all in the name of their g ds I hate those fuckers with passion Of course a small inconvenience like a city that picks up and flies away is nothing that the Sa'ba Taalor would consider a hindrance Nope Their Kings regroup rethink their strategy and take pursuit Meanwhile the folks who are in the actual flying city are freaking out On top of all the cold weather the shortage of food and shelter and the complete emotional panic they have to deal with the several Sa'ba assassins who are among them and are doing their best to demoralize the already hopeless and barely surviving masses I used to love Swetch and all of her murderous abilities but I liked her as a warrior Now it feels like all of the death and destruction she and her cohorts bring about is senselessly mean and with no empathy or mercy at all The city Sa'ba are also the ever obedient puppets of their ever thirsty for blood war g ds As the city nears its landing destination King Tuskandru and Tarag Paedori launch the multitude of god forged warriors in attack It is up to Desh Krohan Merros Empress Nachia the pathetic remains of the Emperial guard and the Silent Army to do whatever they can in order to keep the city its inhabitants and the legacy of the Empire alive And it seems like a very tall order and insurmountable hurdle Simultaneously many lands away a g d like power has been infused into the bodies of our very familiar Nolan Drask Silverhand and Tega They are going to have to figure out what that means not only for them personally but for the outcome of the war as well The Daxar Taalor are not very pleased with Drask finding ways to stray from their will and he becomes a wild card in this story While Drask Silver Hand is finding ways to distance himself from his g ds Andover is being trained to become their tool The Daxar Taalor are spending unbelievable amount of time in preparing Andover for something but we do not know what and this is one of the things we find out by the end Kind of cool if you ask me The past is gone I was not the same person then I was much weaker I lived and breathed and hid in fear That time is gone I fear nothing I have faced my fears and learned from them The gods gave me that The Sa’ba Taalor fought many battles did a lot of damage and earned their place in the world of Epic Fantasy by slaughtering their way to very memorable barbaric warriors I wish the Empire soldiers other than Nolan and Merros had had their grit power and determination They as well as the supposedly endlessly powerful mage Desh Krohan did somewhat disappoint I wish they were worthy adversaries for the Sa'ba I also wish to know if there is going to be another book This ending was waaaaaay to open for my liking and the only way I can explain it to myself is that we are going to have books in the series which of course is totally awesome I just need to know when and where and I will be there This is a very merciless series a lot of blood murder gore and battles not much time for chat and banter If you like military Epic Fantasy this might be for you If not think before you start itI wish you all Happy Reading and may you always find what you need in the pages of a book review · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ò James A. Moore

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James A. Moore Ò 7 free download Come to accept his destiny and prepares to journey back to Fellein The Sa’ba Taalor continue their domination over each country and people they encounter but the final conflict is coming The Great Wave of the Sa’ba Taalor stands to destroy an empire and the Silent Army prepares to stop them in their tracksCaught in the middle. Thanks to the Silent Army the City of Wonders has been spared at least for the moment The Sa'ba Taalor and their gods still want the City destroyed and the Sa'ba Taalor are obedient than anything elseThe Silent Army was a letdown After the first two books set the stage and the third book brought the war to fruition I expected a truly grand finale Instead the story simply felt stretched for little reason It was very much of the same with some shrouded occurrences that don't get fully resolved The ending was confusing and unfulfilling as wellThe author built some truly intriguing concepts but he chose not to explain things in the end or even expand them enough to be satisfying There are uestions I still want to see answered but I don't know if there will ever be greater resolution which is annoyingThe Silent Army was disappointing and I wish The City of Wonders and The Silent Army were combined into one book It would have been less frustrating25 out of 5 stars