Eagle-Sage (Lon Tobyn Chronicles #3) DNF

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I got to about the 50 page mark and it just wasn’t working for me. Nothing bad and I can’t really point out anything that was different from the previous books.

It was rather slow though.

Coe has another series that I’ll try but I have my doubts as whether it will be any different. Coe seems to be on the slow boat to China and while that sometimes works for me, a lot of times it doesn’t.

 

Rating: 2.5 of 5 Stars

Author: David Coe

Eagle-Sage

Lon Tobyn Chronicles #3

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The Outlanders (Lon Tobyn Chronicles #2)

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Synopsis

The Children of Amarid now know that invaders from Tobyn-Ser’s sister land of Lon-Ser are responsible for the deadly attacks on their people. But their Order is paralyzed by infighting and indecision, and it is only a matter of time before the next invasion begins.

 

My Thoughts

It’s been 3 1/2 years since I read the previous book, Children of Amarid, and I remember really liking it. But the library didn’t have the other books and I wasn’t in a position to buy them. Well, thankfully, the library keeps expanding the selection of books it has to lend out.

Let’s hear it for Libraries!!!!!!!!!!

This was a good solid read. Nothing spectacular, no super de duper martial arts gorefest, no displays of magic that lit up half the world, but the characters were solid, believable and I felt like rooting for them. I always enjoy a book where I can root for the heroes.

The villains were great as well. Self-righteous mages, power hungry thugs with guns. This book had them BOTH! At one point, where one of the Mages is out to discredit another, I thought some really nasty political stuff was going to happen. Thankfully, the Mage Order simply split. That should show how much I dislike politics 🙂

Looking forward to the next book in the series. And if that pans out, exploring even more of Coe’s writings.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars

Author: David Coe

The Outlanders

Lon Tobyn Chronicles #2