Blood of Empire




      Blood of Empire
As the final battle approaches a sellsword, a spy, and a general must find unlikely and dangerous allies in order to turn the tides of war in this epic fantasy tale of magic and gunpowder by acclaimed author Brian McClellan.The Dynize have unlocked the Landfall Godstone, and Michel Bravis is tasked with returning to Greenfire Depths to do whatever he can to prevent them from using its power from sewing dissension among the enemy ranks to rallying the Palo population.Ben Styke s invasion of Dynize is curtailed when a storm scatters his fleet Coming ashore with just twenty lancers, he is forced to rely on brains rather than brawn gaining new allies in a strange land on the cusp of its own internal violence.Bereft of her sorcery and physically and emotionally broken, Lady Vlora Flint now marches on Landfall at the head of an Adran army seeking vengeance against those who have conspired against her While allied politicians seek to undo her from within, she faces insurmountable odds and Dynize s greatest general. Best Download [ Blood of Empire ] by [ Brian McClellan ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

Brian McClellan is an American epic fantasy author from Cleveland, Ohio He is known for his acclaimed Powder Mage Universe and essays on the life and business of being a writer.Brian now lives on the side of a mountain in Utah with his wife, Michele, where he writes books and nurses a crippling video game addiction.Brian s novels include the Powder Mage Trilogy Promise of Blood, The Crimson Campaign, and The Autumn Republic , Gods of Blood and Powder Sins of Empire, Wrath of Empire, and Blood of Empire , and Valkyrie Collections Uncanny Collateral


      Blood of Empire
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  • 592 pages
  • Blood of Empire
  • Brian McClellan
  • English
  • 27 June 2018

10 thoughts on “ Blood of Empire

  1. Petrik says:

    ARC provided by the publisher Orbit in exchange for an honest review.Six years after the first publication of Promise of Blood, it s time to say goodbye to the Powder Mage universe Blood of Empire is the third and last book in the Gods of Blood and Powder trilogy McClellan has also said that this will be the final novel in the Powder Mage universe, and there s a chance there won t be any new full novel in this universe, at least not for years because McClellan has a new series Glass Immortals ARC provided by the publisher Orbit in exchange for an honest review.Six years after the first publication of Promise of Blood, it s time to say goodbye to the Powder Mage universe Blood of Empire is the third and last book in the Gods of Blood and Powder trilogy McClellan has also said that this will be the final novel in the Powder Mage universe, and there s a chance there won t be any new full novel in this universe, at least not for years because McClellan has a new series Glass Immortals coming in 2022 So overall, was this a satisfying conclusion to the saga I ll say yes I have a few issues with it that prevent me from giving it a full 5 stars rating, but overall I m satisfied There aren t many things that I can say regarding the details of the plotline without going into spoiler territory, and I don t want to do that, so I ll get in...

  2. Brian McClellan says:

    I mean, I certainly liked it.

  3. Silvana says:

    Whew, what a ride Brian McClellan is one of my favorite military flintlock fantasy writers His Powder Mage trilogy has one of the best magic systems I ever read while his characters were compelling and memorable Three years ago I was pleasantly surprised when he announced a new trilogy set in the same world, featuring one of the characters that I felt was underused, misunderstood and even marginalized in the first trilogy, Vlora Flint There are...

  4. Reggie Kray says:

    And yet, another great series that ends horrifically Disappointed is a gross understatement.

  5. Vagabond of Letters says:

    Been waiting for this one a while just found out the author has novellas in the same universe It s not often that I wait for something that s not a Sanderson, Lynch, or Rothfuss.___3 5 Disappointing and rushed ending the trilogy as a whole is still recommended While insufficient, rushed, a bit out of character Michel Bravis, anyone and somewhat predictable, the ending is exciting enough and does not ruin what has come before On the whole, the Powder Mage trilogy was far stronger.Trilogy Been waiting for this one a while just found out the author has novellas in the same universe It s not often that I wait for something that s not a Sanderson, Lynch, or Rothfuss.___3 5 Disappointing and rushed ending the trilogy as a whole is still recommended While insufficient, rushed, a bit out of character Michel Bravis, anyone and somewhat predictable, the ending is exciting enoug...

  6. Dance With Me Then says:

    Well I certainly regret reading the blurb It s way too spoilery.

  7. Linda says:

    It s a good book when your only complaint is that it s too short I did not get an advance copy, nor am I related to author

  8. Bennett says:

    A great book that is also frustratingly disappointing.Reading Blood of Empire was like waiting for a year to get a table at a fancy restaurant that is supposed to have some of the best creme brulee in the country However, when you arrive there they tell you they are out of the creme brulee So you order another dish This dish is also amazing, but the enti...

  9. Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote) says:

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.Watching an author create his borderless fictional playground is a reader s ultimate pleasure When it comes to epic fantasy novels, there are a couple of authors who achieve this and effortlessly expand their universe with incredible expertise, as they not only explore different zones, characters, and stories, but also tackle different periods in time and generations in the past, present, and future This often leads readers to appreciate the You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.Watching an author create his borderless fi...

  10. Andrew Jaden says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Alas, I think this will go down for me as another series that started off strong, then ended limply Where it all went wrong, I think, was plot and characterization The premise of each viewpoint character s arcs, in and of itself were great Ben Styke and his Mad Lancers are forced to use guile and subterfuge, instead of brute force, Michel Bravis is for once fighting for the side he holds an actual allegiance to, and Vlora is now powder blind and nowhere near peak physical condition, due to Alas, I think this will go down for me...

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