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No Stone Unturned (The Petralist Book 3) Kindle Edition
But Connor can't afford to lose. Sure, he'll probably get assigned a terrible army for group battles. Doesn't matter. He's seen what losing patronage means.
He's had to kill it.
There are secrets at the Carraig buried for centuries that could shake the nation to its roots. Once Connor pokes that hornets' nest, the Tallan's own fury will be unleashed.
To survive, Connor must outsmart conniving noble houses, dodge international assassins, survive unbelievably bad poetry, and risk exploring new powers that were concealed for very good reasons.
As the conflict escalates and his ultimate enemy steps out of the shadows to strike, Connor must face a threat not seen since the Tallan Wars. Connor's only hope is to embrace the thing he fears the most...
And become the ultimate unclaimed.
From the Publisher
The Map of Alasdair
The Nation of Obrion, and the Known World
The Carraig - School of the Petralists
About the Author
- ASIN : B01M0XCKN1
- Publisher : Whipsaw Press (November 4, 2016)
- Publication date : November 4, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 6899 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 553 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #243,059 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Think want I enjoyed most about this is you have a guy with almost unlimited power who finds himself shackled like the rest of us. Good character development and awesome action pull you in at every turn.
Looking forward to book 4!
Shona has some serious control issues. Hamish is as fun to read as always. Verena is a scientific experimenter at heart and a warrior by necessity. Ailsa is just awesome at ninja level. Jean is a library researcher and secret finder. Evander is a secret keeper and shadowy death-god reaper guy. Ivor and Paidraigan are sensible and stout opponents.
I loved the game aspect of the whole thing and that Connor had a secret identity. I loved the brewing war and the mounting tension. I loved the creative ways the petralists invented to use their powers in new ways. I loved learning about the new power stones and the elfonnel and unclaimed.
I did NOT like the whole "first breeding rights" fiasco.
The fights were so satisfying. Punching, flying, exploding aside, everything in the battles was based on rocks! Rock dust and rock tokens and rock snacks are suddenly the most valuable war asset. How cool! This magic doesn't involve any of the --admittedly fun -- handwavium or wandwavium. No, it takes stomping and drowning and burning and running and swallowing. (How many times do books features enemies defeated by getting swallowed?)
So, a great read, and I'm clamoring for the next! At least FM writes faster than I do.