Free Read [Horror Book] ✓ The SteelMaster of Indwallin - by J.L. Doty Ò


  • Title: The SteelMaster of Indwallin
  • Author: J.L. Doty
  • ISBN: 9781938701870
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • Morgin finds himself living two lives When he goes to sleep at night he dreams of a life twelve hundred years in the past But it s not like a dream, it s like another life, for when he goes to sleep in that other life, he awakes again in this one, still a hunted man.In the far past he s a mercenary Benesh ere warrior hired out to one of the twelve Legions of AngelsMorgin finds himself living two lives When he goes to sleep at night he dreams of a life twelve hundred years in the past But it s not like a dream, it s like another life, for when he goes to sleep in that other life, he awakes again in this one, still a hunted man.In the far past he s a mercenary Benesh ere warrior hired out to one of the twelve Legions of Angels fighting in the Great Clan Wars And there he fights alongside, and against, legendary figures from the far past of the Shahot He gets to see firsthand the truth of the Wars, and the truth of, or rather the lies behind, the legends that every clansman has heard of since childhood And the Benesh ere warrior has his own memories of a peaceful childhood disrupted by the Wars, and centuries spent at the forges shaping the steel for a legendary blade, a blade without flaw, a self forged blade.Beware the power of the self forged blade.
    J.L. Doty
    Jim has nine published SFF books and he ll be releasing his tenth, Never Dead Enough, the 3rd in The Dead Among Us series, early next year His first success came as a self published writer when Child of the Sword went word of mouth viral about four years ago He was able to quit his day job as a running dog lackey for the bourgeois capitalist establishment, and work for himself as a fulltime writer He says his new boss is a real jerk so demanding The self pub success also led to traditional contracts with Open Road Integrated Media, and Harper Collins Voyager.Jim is also a scientist with a Ph.D in Electrical Engineering his specialty is laser physics He has a big pet peeve regarding lasers as weapons in science fiction He spent decades working in the laser and electro optics industry, even did some research on laser weapons in the 80 s And when writers use a laser as a weapon in a story, they invariably get it wrong, usually by violating some basic law of physics Jim gives a presentation on laser weapons, and what writers do wrong no names please.Jim was born in Seattle, but he s lived most of his life in California, though he did live on the east coast and in Europe for a while He now resides in Arizona with his wife Karen and three little beings who claim to be cats Tilda, Julia and Natasha But Jim is certain they re really extra terrestrial aliens in disguise.From a very early age he made up stories in his head, but he never considered writing In his family you went to college, got a degree in something useful and got a real job, so he did the Ph.D thing But he was still making up those stories in his head, so thirty years ago he sat down and wrote a science fiction novel, and as he says, It was the worst thing he s ever read It was the hardest decision he ever made, but he literally threw it away and turned to other writing projects.Science has always been a passion of Jim s, but writing is an addiction In April 2016, Of Treasons Born, the prequel to A Choice of Treasons, was published by Open Road Integrated Media, and in August The Thirteenth Man was published by Harper Collins Voyager He just finished The Witch of Val d Ossa, the first book in The Valley of Bones series Right now he s working on By Treason Forged, the 2nd book in The Treasons Cycle, The BlackSword Regiment, a new military science fiction series, and the 2nd book in The Valley of Bones.Jim intends to keep on writing and publishing stories, but no laser weapons.


    Commentaires:

    Brett
    Really enjoyed the first book of the series and this sequel was mechanically good, but two things wrecked it to the point I could barely read it. 1/ The main characters magic is taken away- for the entire book. Just why? It's like taking Harry Potters magic away in the second book. His use of magic was one of the most interesting elements in Book 1. It was part of why book 1 was good. There's a reason they don't take a superheroes powers away for an entire movie, otherwise they're just some pers [...]

    Denis Savage
    The second book in the journey of Morgin is full of unexpected twists and turns and haunting dreams that shed light on many of the happenings occurring in the present. Better than the first entry in the series, the highs are the complex nature of events that have caused Morgin to go from hero to hunted. Within his dreams as Morrdon - a character I thoroughly enjoy - he learns many things within his fate have been preordained. Morgin struggles to grasp the meaning of each dream, much as we do as [...]

    Jeff
    This series is one of my favorites and I've read em all 3 or 4 times already, which is unusual for me. It starts off like a nice mom and pop restaurant. The restaurant decor is a bit shabby, the mashed potatoes and gravy are running over onto the green beans, and the menu was obviously printed from their home computer but the food is delicious, it's reasonably priced, and you like supporting a local business. By the second book they've started properly plating for good presentation and the menus [...]

    Dan Coughlin
    Initially difficult to really get hooked, but after stepping away from it for a couple of weeks I came back and read the second half very quickly. The split off to a second main character in this second book in the series was unexpected (as I'm sure was the author's intent) and a bit off-putting as you had invested yourself into Morgin in the first book. Also didn't help that Morgin's teen-angst makes portions of his sections of the book a bit wearisome, but stay with it if you find your energy [...]

    Muhammad Gibran
    Finishing this book is like finishing a big jigsaw puzzle, you have fun combining all the pieces but in the end, doesn't like the whole picture. For me, knowing the answer of every twist in this book is fun, but too bad the MC seems doesn't have the power to control his action. Every action that he do always ends in the prophecy. there isn't the path to failure.

    DL
    I was gripped by the first book and the second had the same effect on me. The intertwining story-lines from the past and the present worked really well. I'd say this is better than the first book, but both are great. I'm looking forward to book 3.

    Fredrick
    This was a good book that once I started it was hard to put down. This book was well worth the price and I am putting it aside to reread again later on.

    Shady Lubbad
    AMAZING

    JL Lucaban
    In my previous review, I felt like the words were woven to for an intricate tapestry, now, I found out that legends and myths are binded with it.I wonder what's the end result. I super love this!

    Chris Allen
    I can hardly wait for the next book to come out!

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