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Urus Noellor, a young, deaf man once branded as an exile for not living up to the expectations of the warrior society into which he was born, has defeated the Order of the Sanguine Crystal. Now a prisoner of the Council of Balance, he awaits the outcome of a trial that could mean life or death for crimes he didn’t even know he committed. For the others left behind on the wUrus Noellor, a young, deaf man once branded as an exile for not living up to the expectations of the warrior society into which he was born, has defeated the Order of the Sanguine Crystal. Now a prisoner of the Council of Balance, he awaits the outcome of a trial that could mean life or death for crimes he didn’t even know he committed. For the others left behind on the world of Emys, six months have passed. Cailix has grown attached to her new family on Aldsdowne, though the return of Anderis threatens to destroy her new foundations. Goodwyn and Therren have traveled to the capital city of Niragan to seek aid in rebuilding Waldron in the aftermath of the battles that nearly destroyed the city. All of them are about to be drawn into the rekindling of an ancient feud that threatens to unleash an enemy even more powerful than the blood mages. Pre-Order THE BLOOD SIGIL now!! Praise for THE FIFTH VERTEX: "Fast-paced, high-stakes young-adult fantasy with a novel feel" - Amazon reviewer "A great new work..." - David Draiman, lead singer of Disturbed "Marvelous, skillful storytelling: Welcome the next great fantasy series" - Amazon reviewer...

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ISBN : 26879148
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 323 Pages
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  • H.D. Lynn
    2018-10-21 14:08

    I enjoyed the fantasy sci-fi magic blend that’s The Fifth Vertex. This is a sophomore slump in the series. The three main characters, Urus, Cailix, and Goodwyn are still as well fleshed-out as they were in the first book, but there are pacing problems that hampered my interests in this follow up book. The world building is still solid, but some of the new characters don’t work, which is a problem for the plot.The story starts when Urus is going to a council meeting to determine if he lives or dies. He’s sentenced to death, but he’s saved by another sigilord, Lu (or Luse). Lu wasn’t as fleshed out as the main three cast members, and she had LOVE INTEREST plastered on her from page one. Her relationships with the characters, even Urus, never felt fleshed out enough. She’s a huge character early in the book, which is what I think drags it down.Read the rest of the review on Throw This Book at Me