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The Last of the Renshai Renshai Trilogy #1First in a bold magical trilogy of of the eBook #9734 a world living in the shadow of an ancient prophecy of war. OK I loved THE LEGEND OF NIGHTFALL so much that I caved and bought this for 399 The summary on is giving me hardcore Flight of Dragons vibes which is probably one of my favorite high fantasy stories EVERUpdate I bought the rest of the series too Apparently there are Hachette versions of this series that are only 399 each as opposed to the much expensive versions

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The Last of the Renshai Renshai Trilogy #1 ↠ I escapes determined to keep the memory of his people alive and to claim his vengeance on the slayers of his rac. let this be a lesson to the fantasy writer if you want to kill all fun in your book and leave readers wondering why they're still reading for about 250 pages then you need to create a character with limitless potential who is physically superior to all other characters and then have that character get injured to the point where he pretty much can't do anything oh yeah then just kill him off because it's not like the reader in invested in his story any anywaythat's not fair i felt betrayedthat being said this was actually a great book i wouldn't have this kind of reaction if it weren't FREE READ à GYM-APPAREL.CO.UK í Mickey Zucker Reichert

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Mickey Zucker Reichert í 1 SUMMARY Enemies band together to attack the Renshai the mightiest most hated and feared of all warrior races One Rensha. This another of my 'originally borrowed a copy of this from the library years ago than I care to remember' books I've been reading fantasy for most of my life now so I have uite a few like that I did return the library copy and buy my own in case of any confusion I don't steal from libraries I was wondering if I'd still rate it four stars if I was reading it for the first time now and after some consideration I think so This is an older book originally published in the UK in 1993 and it shows in some respects but not in a bad wayOur first main character is Rache Kallmirsson who belongs to a northern tribe called the Renshai; the northern tribes are all pretty ScandinavianViking in their set up blond warrior types complete with the Norse pantheon of Odin Co to worship It seems that the Renshai are crazy murderous warriors even among these pseudo Vikings they start learning how to use a sword virtually as soon as they can walk and have been exiled from the mainland for their pillaging tendencies but when our story starts they're being wiped out by other tribes for reasons that become clear later on Rache escapes and finds sanctuary in the town of Santagithi becoming the captain of the guard owing to his crazy sword skills But there are wizards and a prophecy about a war that will herald the end of days in true Ragnarok style so obviously things aren't going to stay peaceful for very long I don't know if I would call this an epic fantasy as such; yes there are multiple PoV characters not an insane number thankfully and magic and action and even a bit of travelling but this books seems to have too much of a sword and sorcery feel to it for that It's pitched strongly in the action heavy end of the market with sword fight a plenty; it's perhaps reminiscent of the better TSR Forgotten Realms booksThis book won't win any prizes for in depth characterization or flowing prose but I found it an enjoyable fast read that moved uickly from start to finish It certainly wasn't perfect Garn you deserved another slap but I found it just as entertaining as I always have There are nine books in this series currently but are handily broken into three trilogies so it isn't strictly necessary to read all nine of them They may be worth a read if you've been drowning in flowing prose lately and want something action orientated to cleanse your palate