Dawn of Swords (The Breaking World)
|Rating||:||4.89 (747 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||608 Pages|
He graduated from Missouri Southern State University in 2006 with a degree in Mathematics and currently spends his free time playing not nearly enough Warhammer 40K.Born on Cape Cod and raised in northern Connecticut, Robert Duperre is a writer whose main ambition is to create works that defy genre. He lives with his wife, the artist Jessica Torrant, his three wonderful children, and Leonardo, the super one-eyed Labrador.. About the AuthorDavid Dalglish currently lives in rural Missouri with his wife, Samantha, and daughters Morgan and Katherine
Best of them all N. Ohmer Full disclosure, I've read all of Dalglish's books, i'm a fan. He's an self publisher who has just broken out of the indie world and moved into mainstream publishing. If you do a little research before reading his stuff, which I did, you'll see that most of his books aren't terribly long, have really memorable characters and move a great pace. All of this is true. But what he is really good at, what I'd argue he is best at, is dealing with the issue of faith. How to choose, how to live and how to deal with the co. boonymedic said Disappointed. I got this book because I enjoyed the paladin series and really wanted to see where it all began. The writing took more of a twist than the plots, I believe a lot of the soft porn and cursing could have been left out and replaced with more character depth. I mean seriously the King says "what the f@#$" when some one interrupts his court? I believe this was a cop out to having to add a more intellectual wit and depth to the character, I wont even go into the other foul mouthed character whom has so much more poten. Amazon Customer said this book is pretty terrible. You know you are in trouble when. Man, this book is pretty terrible. You know you are in trouble when the first like five+ pages is all just dramatis personae and house this and house that or whatever. The first half of the book is completely boring to tears. I used it to put me to sleep at night. Couldn't get through more than a page before I was out like a light. Finally picked up a bit toward the end, but this was a total disappointment. Paladins series was pretty decent, but the first book of this series is just incredibly tedious.
He graduated from Missouri Southern State University in 2006 with a degree in Mathematics and currently spends his free time playing not nearly enough Warhammer 40K.Born on Cape Cod and raised in northern Connecticut, Robert Duperre is a writer whose main ambition is to create works that defy genre. David Dalglish currently lives in rural Missouri with his wife, Samantha, and daughters Morgan and Katherine
Thus comes Karak’s ultimatum to the people of Haven: destroy the Temple, or he will destroy it himself. But his fellow brother god, Ashhur, will not sit idly by while thousands of innocents dieCan Jacob Eveningstar, the First Man to be given life and Ashhur’s most trusted servant, prevent the coming bloodshed which threatens the survival of the fledgling human race?. Those of the Temple refuse to bend knee to either god, no matter the risk. On the young world of Dezrel, brother gods Karak and Ashhur, fleeing their own failed world, recreate mankind in an attempt to make amends. The fledgling race of humanity is guided by the First Families, men and women who will not age so long as their hearts remain devoted to their deities.But quickly the realms are thrown into chaos by the construction of the Temple of the Flesh, built by exiled children of Karak in the unclaimed land of Haven that lies between the two kingdoms