The Phoenix (Legend of the Five Rings: Clan War, Fourth Scroll)

* Read # The Phoenix (Legend of the Five Rings: Clan War, Fourth Scroll) by Stephen D. Sullivan ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Phoenix (Legend of the Five Rings: Clan War, Fourth Scroll) Ashes of the PhoenixMagic is power for the Phoenix clan. During the depths of the Clan War, the Elemental Masters seek ultimate power in the form of a magic that will permanently destroy the Shadowlands armies. All hope rests in the mysteries of a dark and dreaded source: The Black Scrolls.. Without it, the enemy will reduce the clan to ahses from which even the Photenix cannot rise]

The Phoenix (Legend of the Five Rings: Clan War, Fourth Scroll)

Author :
Rating : 4.27 (906 Votes)
Asin : 0786917989
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 288 Pages
Publish Date : 0000-00-00
Language : English

DESCRIPTION:

People are tto hard on this book A Customer I gave the first 3 books 4 stars and gave this one 3 stars only because it doesn't wrap up a story like the other previous books. That would have been niceHaving said that, I guess you'd have to say that "The Empire Strikes Back" was a terrible movie because it didn't have a satisfying 'good guys win' sort of ending. Or that the first two books of "The Lord of the Rings" were weak because they didn't wrap things up at the end of each.Wrong.This series is (I think) 7 books long. Like LOTR, you can't take one of these books and read it alone except for maybe "The Scorpion". Legend Of The Five Rings:Clan Wars" is a huge story that i. "The Phoenix, Masters of the Elemental Magics" according to Grant Reed. The Fourth Scroll of the Clan War is, in my opinion, the weakest of the Five Scrolls that I have read.It is again a story of pride and adversity and the continuance of the Clan Wars of Rokugan Empire.The Phoenix are the Masters of Elemental Magic of the Empire, they have positions that are dedicated to each of the rings; Fire, Earth, Water, Air, and Void. I enjoyed reading the backgrounds of the various masters, and the Phoenix Champion is by far one of the most intriguing characters I have seen in the series, but the weakness of the book is the failure to contribute to the ongoing saga.I also did not like the way the book ended,. "An excellent book that jumps off the pages" according to Kevin Taylor. Right off the thing I loved about this book was that the author, Stephen Sullivan, was able to bring the world of Rokugan into mind so clearly that you didn't read the book, you lived it. His attention to detail was just so that you could see the waterfalls and feel the atmosphere, (I could see the entire book played out as a John Woo or Akira Kurosawa film).Like the other L5R books this one played it's piece in the grand scheme of things by introducing the mystical pheonix clan. Every book in the Clan War series is "tainted" with a clans very biased perspective, which only makes the series better, and the Pheonix is no exception

Ashes of the PhoenixMagic is power for the Phoenix clan. During the depths of the Clan War, the Elemental Masters seek ultimate power in the form of a magic that will permanently destroy the Shadowlands armies. All hope rests in the mysteries of a dark and dreaded source: The Black Scrolls.. Without it, the enemy will reduce the clan to ahses from which even the Photenix cannot rise

OTHER BOOK COLLECTION