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The Path of Flames review Ë 103 Sees his liege the Lady Kyferin and her meager forces banished to an infamous ruin Beset by tragedy and betrayal demons and an approaching army the fate of the Kyferins hangs by the slenderest of threads Asho realizes that their sole hope of survival may lie hidden within the. For wisdom both absolutely and in relation to what is known lies in seeking the greatest good at the cost of the least corruption Thus one who walks the Path of Flames while dealing with great forces must learn to pay attention to the subtlest of signs so as to avert the encroachment of darkness As corruption gains a foothold so does our ability to discern the truth become warped resulting in an inability to diagnose the very malady against which we must guard Phil Tucker s Chronicles of the Black Gate series is one that has been steadily moving its way up my TBR pile So while trying to figure out what I wanted to read next I decided I would take a look on and read the first few chapters to get a feel for it Well to say I was surprised would be an understatement I was completely hooked and bought the kindle version of book 1 The Path of Flames right then and there I will admit that I am a sucker for well written battle scenes and for Mr Tucker to start the opening chapter with a battle had me hook line and sinker Lucky for me though there was than just the 1st chapter on Because after that I was thrilled to see that this story had everything I love in epic fantasy A medieval type setting various races magic system fantastical elements and of course a character driven storyline I flew through this book in just a few days and that usually doesn t happen for me with a 500 page book Now on to the reviewview spoilerWhen Asho a Bythian suire is the only person to return from battle to his home at Kyferin castle He brings back word that Lord Enderle Kyferin and his entire company of knights The Black Wolves have been slayed in battle against magical forces that were thought gone from the world centuries ago Lord Kyferin was a harsh and cruel man so not many are going to miss him But with Lord Kyferin and his entire host of knights gone who will watch over the castle and protect his lands and people hide spoiler Ship of Magic ruin Beset by tragedy and betrayal demons and an approaching army the fate of the Kyferins hangs by the slenderest of threads Asho Kick-boxing pour la ligne realizes that their sole hope of survival may lie hidden within the. For wisdom both absolutely and in Firm Abs Flat Stomach In Only 30 Days relation to what is known lies in seeking the greatest good at the cost of the least corruption Thus one who walks the Path of Flames while dealing with great forces must learn to pay attention to the subtlest of signs so as to avert the encroachment of darkness As corruption gains a foothold so does our ability to discern the truth become warped Vacaciones Fatales 2 Fatal Vacations 2 resulting in an inability to diagnose the very malady against which we must guard Phil Tucker s Chronicles of the Black Gate series is one that has been steadily moving its way up my TBR pile So while trying to figure out what I wanted to Living the Eternal Way: Spiritual Meaning and Practice for Daily Life : A Spiritual Training Course read next I decided I would take a look on and De Lempicka Taschen Basic Art read the first few chapters to get a feel for it Well to say I was surprised would be an understatement I was completely hooked and bought the kindle version of book 1 The Path of Flames Amazon.com: Solaris Internals: Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris Kernel Architecture eBook: Richard McDougall, Jim Mauro: Kindle Store right then and there I will admit that I am a sucker for well written battle scenes and for Mr Tucker to start the opening chapter with a battle had me hook line and sinker Lucky for me though there was than just the 1st chapter on Because after that I was thrilled to see that this story had everything I love in epic fantasy A medieval type setting various SolarisTM Internals Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris Kernel Architecture 2nd Edition Solaris Series races magic system fantastical elements and of course a character driven storyline I flew through this book in just a few days and that usually doesn t happen for me with a 500 page book Now on to the The Story of Before reviewview spoilerWhen Asho a Bythian suire is the only person to Tempting Treasures return from battle to his home at Kyferin castle He brings back word that Lord Enderle Kyferin and his entire company of knights The Black Wolves have been slayed in battle against magical forces that were thought gone from the world centuries ago Lord Kyferin was a harsh and cruel man so not many are going to miss him But with Lord Kyferin and his entire host of knights gone who will watch over the castle and protect his lands and people hide spoiler

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The Path of Flames review Ë 103 Depths of his scarred soul a secret that could reverse their fortunes and reveal the truth behind the war that wracks their empireUnpredictable fast paced and packed with unforgettable characters The Path of Flames is the first installment in a gripping new epic fantasy serie. 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum you ve been following along with the progress of this year s SPFBO competition then I don t have to tell you 2016 s crop of finalists all look incredible and of the top ten books remaining in this second phase one of the ones I ve looked forward to reading a lot is Phil Tucker s The Path of Flames From its description I had a feeling this would be a novel right up my alley epic fantasy with a bit of an old school feel featuring a standard secondary world wracked with war and dark sorcery while courageous heroes go head to head with dastardly villains There s a certain kind of comfort and pleasure I take from reading stories like these mainly because I know that at the end of the day I ll enjoy myself no matter what happens And sure enough I had a blast with this bookIn typical fashion though The Path of Flames opens with a battle scene Still what a battle This first chapter also introduces us to one of our main characters a young Bythian suire named Asho fighting on the side of Lord Kyferin and his famous Black Wolves However the enemy s unexpected use of foul magic leads to tragedy and Asho is knighted in a twist of fate tasked to return home alone to tell his Lady Iskra Kyferin that her husband and all his men have all been slaughtered on the battlefieldUpon receiving the news Iskra reacts solemnly but is secretly pleased her husband had not been a good man in life having abused Iskra and Asho both But Lord Kyferin s daughter Kethe is heartbroken having idolized her father even going as far as to train secretly as a knight in order to follow in his footsteps With Lord Kyferin now dead though this does spell trouble for everyone Almost all the Black Wolves have perished leaving the castle defenseless and Iskra no choice but to shore up her remaining forces and seek out new allies Unfortunately news of her husband s death has spread and the vultures are already circling Despite Iskra s efforts to protect her people a sudden betrayal ends up destroying her carefully laid plans plunging her and all those loyal to her into dangerAs you can see the story encompasses many of the traditional elements and conventional tropes found in fantasy though to leave it at that would also be simplifying things and not giving this book the credit it deserves While I can see the influence of genre classics and fantasy role playings games on the author s writing Phil Tucker does have a few surprises up his sleeve putting some fresh spins on familiar ideasHe s done a phenomenal job on his characters for instance creating fully developed backstories for them Take Asho whose Bythian heritage makes him the target of scorn in this society that worships the Ascendancy a religion that divides humanity into a caste system Lord Kyferin may have plucked him from his homeland as a child raising him in his own household and even making him a suire but everyone can see these acts for the empty gestures that they are and still look upon Asho with distaste for being in the lowest tier of the Ascendancy Then there s Kethe a young noblewoman who prefers sword fighting to needlework Again this is in no way a new idea in fantasy but Kethe s complicated history with her father and another character named Ser Tiron puts her decision to become a knight into a compelling context In this way Tucker weaves characterization together with world building so that everything is presented to us as a full package While information might be revealed in tiny chunks and pieces at first the reader will soon realize that everything is connected Even Tharok the kragh whose storyline confounded me for much of the novel became a puzzle piece that fell into place by the endIt also helped that I loved the writing Tucker s style is very descriptive without being weighed down by wordiness which I think is why his battle scenes come across so well A good thing too because there s a lot of action in this book ranging from one on one duels to sweeping epic battles and at one point there s even a gladiatorial style tournament thrown into the mix The book s plot might be your standard fantasy fare but the story s pacing never slows down simply because something interesting is always happening on the page The author s excellent prose and the novel s unflagging momentum meant that I finished this sizeable book in a little than two days a clear sign of an addictive readAll told The Path of Flames was a great series opener establishing plenty of potential for the later books It s a solid gem of an indie epic fantasy novel which I would highly recommend if you ever feel the hankering for something fascinating and fun with that traditional yet timeless feel I ve already added the next book to my reading list The Cambridge Ancient History Vol 14 Late Antiuity Empire and Successors AD 425 600 reverse their fortunes and Trailer Park Stories reveal the truth behind the war that wracks their empireUnpredictable fast paced and packed with unforgettable characters The Path of Flames is the first installment in a gripping new epic fantasy serie. 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum you ve been following along with the progress of this year s SPFBO competition then I don t have to tell you 2016 s crop of finalists all look incredible and of the top ten books Parasite remaining in this second phase one of the ones I ve looked forward to Fifteen Weekends reading a lot is Phil Tucker s The Path of Flames From its description I had a feeling this would be a novel Tears from Iron Cultural Responses toFamine in Nineteenth Century China Asia Local StudiesGlobal Themes right up my alley epic fantasy with a bit of an old school feel featuring a standard secondary world wracked with war and dark sorcery while courageous heroes go head to head with dastardly villains There s a certain kind of comfort and pleasure I take from Heimat A Critical Theory of the German Idea of Homeland Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture reading stories like these mainly because I know that at the end of the day I ll enjoy myself no matter what happens And sure enough I had a blast with this bookIn typical fashion though The Path of Flames opens with a battle scene Still what a battle This first chapter also introduces us to one of our main characters a young Bythian suire named Asho fighting on the side of Lord Kyferin and his famous Black Wolves However the enemy s unexpected use of foul magic leads to tragedy and Asho is knighted in a twist of fate tasked to Crooked Cucumber The Life and Teaching of Shunryu Suzuki return home alone to tell his Lady Iskra Kyferin that her husband and all his men have all been 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at that would also be simplifying things and not giving this book the credit it deserves While I can see the influence of genre classics and fantasy How to Read Foucaults Discipline and Punish role playings games on the author s writing Phil Tucker does have a few surprises up his sleeve putting some fresh spins on familiar ideasHe s done a phenomenal job on his characters for instance creating fully developed backstories for them Take Asho whose Bythian heritage makes him the target of scorn in this society that worships the Ascendancy a Catch a Falling Star religion that divides humanity into a caste system Lord Kyferin may have plucked him from his homeland as a child நெடுங்குருதிNedum Kuruthi raising him in his own household and even making him a suire but everyone can see these acts for the empty gestures that they are and still look upon Asho with distaste for being in the lowest tier of the Ascendancy Then there s Kethe a young noblewoman who prefers sword fighting to needlework Again this is in no way a new idea in fantasy but Kethe s complicated history with her father and another character named Ser Tiron puts her decision to become a knight into a compelling context In this way Tucker weaves characterization together with world building so that everything is presented to us as a full package While information might be Let's Put on a Show Full House Sisters #7 revealed in tiny chunks and pieces at first the The Rockabye Contract reader will soon Human Rights Tectonics realize that everything is connected Even Tharok the kragh whose storyline confounded me for much of the novel became a puzzle piece that fell into place by the endIt also helped that I loved the writing Tucker s style is very descriptive without being weighed down by wordiness which I think is why his battle scenes come across so well A good thing too because there s a lot of action in this book Blue Angel Confessions Erotic Memoirs of Berlin in the 1920's and Hollywood in the 1930's 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Path of Flames came 2nd in the Self Published Fantasy Blog Off 2016 Three hundred books were entered can see why the blogger who put it forward was enthusiastic about it It s an enthusiastic book that gets a lot into its sizeable word count 250KIt opens with a battle scene in which we re treated to monsters magic and mass carnage I had some trouble visualising the scene in places but for the rest of the book Tucker paints a full picture that never left me trying to puzzle things outAt first sight Path of Flames is not a very sophisticated novel It has an 80s fantasy feel to it and manages to bring in a great number of the standard elements of the genre However it does what it does well and there are moments of both depth and genuine emotion that are also handled well Lady Iskra mother and widow is a well written character who feels realPath of Flames is an exciting fantasy romp and it s very easy to let yourself be swept along by the story and be thoroughly entertained And for a lot of the time I wasThe chapters move between six I m guessing points of view and for much of the time five of those are in the same place doing the same thing The sixth Tharok is an odd one Tharok s story is entertaining too He s an orc thing and his rapid rise through the orc thing ranks is charted through the book in parallel to the story of the humans The odd thing is that it really could have been an entirely separate book The threads never join and there are very few hints that they take place in the same worldThere s plenty of magic in the story both in the casting black flames at you style and the passive teleport gates and floating cities style While none of it feels particularly new or fresh it does feel comfortable and well handledA niggle for those who have read a lot of fantasy may be just how many tropes are called upon There s also I m not sure what to call it maybe a YA vibe or something similar Our three youngest protags turn out to be fearsome warriors variously stuffed to the gills with mysterious and unexpected magic powers or sporting important magic swords that they essentially found lying aboutThe focus for the five human points of view is a tight one bound for most of the book to two castle locations Again the castles and the life within them feel familiar and again well done There is a tournament which if you re in a jaded mood you could roll your eyes at but I actually really enjoyed I m a sucker for goodie knights vs baddie knights and all the arms and armour descriptions It was exciting and entertainingAs things progress our young heroes level up swiftly and a magical mystery builds with helpfully discovered secret libraries to fill in the blanks We get a nice battle to end with balancing out the opening battle and our heroes become near super heroes cutting swaths through the foe to reach the boss fightsThe ending is open with plenty to resolve in the following books I never felt boredSo to conclude don t concentrate on my fault finding With an open mind and your inner childhood fantasy reader turned up high this could well be one of your favourite readsRead about the SPFBO competition herehttpmark lawrenceblogspotcom2See ratings and reviews of all the 2016 finalists here Join my 3 emails a year newsletter prizes Parasite reviled past. 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