City of Wonders

City of Wonders Old Canhoon the City of Wonders is having a population explosion as refugees from Tyrne and Roathes alike try to escape the Sa ba Taalor All along the border between the Blasted Lands and the Fellei

  • Title: City of Wonders
  • Author: James A. Moore
  • ISBN: 9780857665058
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • Old Canhoon, the City of Wonders, is having a population explosion as refugees from Tyrne and Roathes alike try to escape the Sa ba Taalor All along the border between the Blasted Lands and the Fellein Empire armies clash and the most powerful empire in the world is pushed back toward the old Capital From the far east the Pilgrim gathers an army of the faithful, headingOld Canhoon, the City of Wonders, is having a population explosion as refugees from Tyrne and Roathes alike try to escape the Sa ba Taalor All along the border between the Blasted Lands and the Fellein Empire armies clash and the most powerful empire in the world is pushed back toward the old Capital From the far east the Pilgrim gathers an army of the faithful, heading for Old Canhoon In Old Canhoon itself the imperial family struggles against enemies old and new as the spies of their enemies begin removing threats to the gods of the Seven Forges and prepare the way for the invading armies of the Seven Kings In the distant Taalor valley Andover Lashk continues his quest and must make a final decision, while at the Mounds, something inhuman is awakened and set free War is Here Blood will flow and bodies will burn.

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      James A. Moore

    About Author

    1. James A Moore is the award winning author of over forty novels, thrillers, dark fantasy and horror alike, including the critically acclaimed Fireworks, Under The Overtree, Blood Red, the Serenity Falls trilogy featuring his recurring anti hero, Jonathan Crowley and his most recent novels, seven Forges, The Blasted Lands, City of Wonders , The Silent Army and the forthcoming The Last Sacrifice Book One in the Tides of War Series and A Hell Within, co authored with Charles R Rutledge He currently lives in Massachusetts.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.

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    1. Let me just say that all of the book covers in this series are awesome I have loved every one of them and the last one is even awesome, but I will get to that later He looked at her and winked In that tower is a queen He frowned for a moment Not because he was sad, but merely confused by the cultural differences For some reason they call their kings by that name when they have breasts In any event, I must go meet this queen and kill her And that makes you smile Tusk nodded Yes, but I smile for [...]

    2. Actual rating 3.5 stars.Bloody hell Now that s what I call war and violence and gore and death and destruction and stuff So delicious Surprisingly enough, this scrumptiously grisly environment didn t sit so well with my little crustaceans Believe it or not, my poor babies got slightly terrified as we were reading the book Our Shrimpy Lord knows how much they usually love their bloody bed time stories, but this one got them all scared and panicky and stuff So much so that Fleet Admiral DaShrimp a [...]

    3. 4.5 stars This was exciting The story was gory and extremely Grimdark The action was non stop I wouldn t stand a hope in hell of trying to explain what was going on The story is exciting yes but what is exciting to a fairly seasoned fantasy reader is that 3 books in to a 4 book series, I am still being surprised by this very different storyline It s impossible to see what s going to happen ahead of time I have no idea how this series will conclude but I won t be wasting much time finding out

    4. So what is City of Wonders Writing a trilogy is never easy, and a true epic saga less so, but in City of Wonders, James A Moore grips the reader with iron hands and steals the breath from their lungs by delving the depths of his world s long buried secrets and destroying its greatest cities and lands at the hands of one of the most fearsome enemies to saunter across the pages of recent memory Throughout this journey, forged in unforgettable adventure and the peril of brutality, death, and war, c [...]

    5. It has been a long time since I spent so much time second guessing what was coming next and who was doing what to who as I did with this book Three books in and there are still many many questions that have me on my toes waiting to start book 4.A fun read with BBB shortlist buddies for a boxing day start Thanks Choko for putting up with my endless chatter and hypotheses.City of Wonders pretty much picks up straight after The Blasted Lands We learn a little about the mounds, but still not enough [...]

    6. Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.My rating is 4.5 stars.With City of Wonders, James A Moore has gifted readers with a new fantasy classic a sword and sorcery series that mixes magic and combat, reality and supernatural into a potent and addictive brew Howard s Conan, Cook s Black Company, Gemmell s Drenai, and Moorcock s Elric, I am hereby placing you on notice that another series will soon be proudly sitting among you Seven Forges, because, yes, it is that good Huh, you want a in depth revie [...]

    7. lynns books 2015 11 20 revCity of Wonders is book three in James A Moore s Seven Forges series Seven Forges being No.1 and The Blasted Lands No.2 Seven Forges got off to a very intriguing start, The Blasted Lands built strongly on that foundation and left us with a rather jaw dropping finish then City of Wonders came along and left no doubt that this series is firmly planted in the land of Epic Truly this is turning into a series to be reckoned with.I m not really going to go over much into the [...]

    8. This series is the complete bomb, Mr Moore is now on a small list of authors I buy on sight even if I get a arc, thanks Angry Robot do yourself a favor, go read this series, all of them you got time

    9. City of Wonders is a deeply immersive book, one that will hook you from start to finish The pace is fast and furious as this is the first book of the Great War The Sa ba Taalors attack with all their might in all directions, conquering the Fellein Empire from city to city, by way of land and by way of sea Where a city fell, a burning mountain springs from deep within the earth in an instant War truly has come I have been pining for this book since May 2014, the week I discovered the series, Seve [...]

    10. With all the fantasy on the market today, it s hard to know who to read That s why I m here I aim to help in that regard For instance, if you ve not been reading James A Moore s Seven Forges series, you ve been missing out The first novel Seven Forges is reviewed here, and the second, The Blasted Lands, is reviewed here There s time to get caught up, because the next installment, City of Wonders, is out in North America two weeks from the day I write this.I d like to very much thank Angry Robot [...]

    11. Go Get this series Read Now.That s all that really needs to be said Truly.This third installment takes off like a shot The action is full on from start to finish The characters, especially the Fellein, are being challenged on every level Their enemies are closing in, and battles are bloody, horrifying and altogether gut clenching The key players in this book are also continuing to develop and grow Different shades of their personalities are getting light It s not hard to get hooked on them, wan [...]

    12. Another excellent volume, one that kept me reading late into the night One thing I love about this series is that Moore refuses to let his magic be bound by pesky rules, and as a result he can create some truly remarkable scenes On the other hand, this book follows the exact same formula as before position the key players then finish with a cataclysmic event that resolves nothing and creates only questions its the journey that sells this book, the creativity, the imagery, you can tell Moore is [...]

    13. The latest installment of Mr Moore s Seven Forges series is another wonderful book City of Wonders continues to flesh out the characters introduced in the first two books and expands our knowledge of the world Mr Moore has created.If you enjoy fantasy with an edge you need to read this book

    14. Outstanding book Outstanding series This book continues the tradition of a well thought out storyline with characters fully developed Well worth the read

    15. AMAZING This series gets better and better with each installment The characters are complex and developed well over the course of the book If you are a fan of fantasy books, this series is for you

    16. Another great addition to the series I just read it too fastLove all the books in this series I can t wait for the next one James A Moore is a true talent.

    17. Awesome,The book is amazing I could not put it down I m looking forward for the next one I highly recommend this book the whole series

    18. This series keeps getting bigger and better My only gripe is that the fourth book is not yet out Awesome story though.

    19. I am giving it a 5 star A week 5 What a cliff hangrr finish I mean WOW I enjoyed the book immensely Obviously anxious for the fourth.

    20. What a great read Lots of fighting Lots of bloodshed A lot left to happen A surprise, to me, at the end I enjoyed this a lot.

    21. Oh Moore, you finally picked up the pace I don t know why, but the book before took me quite a while to finish, but this one had enough action sequences packed every other chapter to keep me going In total I would rate it 4.5 shiny stars, thus rounding it up to five We have seen the book titles move ever south From the discovery of the Seven Forges to the hardships in the Blasted Lands we ve now made it to the City of Wonders, aka Canhoon I still lament the lack of a map in this book because Moo [...]

    22. So much cannibalism in this book view spoiler Any and all animals around the forges were are humans that were transformed, and these animals and humans eat each other to survive hide spoiler This means that the General participated in cannibalism.I m getting the feeling that Ms Widow is the view spoiler body snatcher, but I can t find concrete evidence to prove this The part about being wealthy seems to confirm it, and how she so easily let herself be impaled after her husband died Hell, her say [...]

    23. c2015 FWFTB Canhoon, refugees, invading, Fellein, Sentinels Whoa There is a lot of gore and inventive ways to die in this book Slowly, the greater plan is coming together but who knows what this is Some of my favourite characters are still around but are less in the forefront than the wicked Sa ba Taalor who I might add, I was actually getting quite fond of in the previous book I had an idea of what was going to happen towards the end of the book but the cliffhanger was totally unexpected There [...]

    24. For the most part this was a pretty solid continuation of a great story However, it found that it lost its way a bit in that it chose to tell, in detail, the actions of a very large number of characters Not all of these seemed to be relevant to the main story This made the story bog down a bit for me After three volumes, we ought to know a little of what s the motivation of the evil gods The fact that I initially thought this was the final volume disappointed me a bit and might color my views.O [...]

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